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Elizabeth (Campbell) Creekmore (1802 - 1858)

Elizabeth Creekmore formerly Campbell
Born in Jefferson County, Tennessee, USAmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married about 1820 in Whitley County, Kentuckymap
Descendants descendants
Died in Whitley County, Kentuckymap
Profile last modified | Created 20 Nov 2011
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Biography

Elizabeth Campbell was born December 6, 1802, in Tennessee, to James Campbell and Anna Osborn. As a young girl, in about 1809, she moved with her parents and sister and brothers from Jefferson County, Tennessee, just across the Tennessee/Kentucky border to that part of Knox County, Kentucky, which later became Whitley County. [1][2] By the time of the 1820 census, Elizabeth, still a teenager, was living next door to her parents with her husband Charles G. Creekmore, and a male child under 5 years old. [3] By the time of the 1830 census, though, that child was gone from their household, and was apparently the boy living with Elizabeth's elderly parents. [4] Soon after that, Elizabeth's father died, and his will mentions "William C. Campbell, son of Elizabeth Creekmore, my will is that if he continues with his grandmother till he is of age for him to have his cow so called and his bed and furniture." [5] We infer from this that William was a half-brother to Elizabeth's children by Charles Gray Creekmore. William apparently with lived his mother only briefly after her marriage.

William stayed with his widowed grandmother, Anna Osborn Campbell, not only until he came of age, but for the rest of her life. [6]

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WikiTree profile Campbell-3500 created through the import of Batchelor Family Tree.ged on Nov 19, 2011 by Trevor Batchelor. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Trevor and others.


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  1. Land Deeds of Jefferson County, Tennessee 1792 - 1814
  2. United States Census of 1810, Knox County, Kentucky, p. 72
  3. United States Census of 1820, Whitley County, Kentucky, p. 125
  4. United States Census of 1830, Whitley County, Kentucky, p. 189
  5. Whitley County Will Book 1, p. 37.
  6. United States Census of 1850, Whitley County, Kentucky, p. 343
  7. Campbell-15665 was created by Deena Smith through the import of Creekmore_2015-09-25.ged on Sep 25, 2015. This comment and citation should be deleted after a short biography has been added and primary sources have been cited.


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Campbell-3500 and Campbell-15665 appear to represent the same person because: they both say Wife of Charles Gray Creekmore. Campbell15665- don't have much just kids. Campbell-3500 has it all but kids. Tell me if this right.

Houchin-158 or source 528

posted by Roger Houchin

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