CAMPBELL - DADE COUNTY, MISSOURI

Stephen M. Campbell and wife, Martha, of Greene Co., Matthew Campbell, Isaac Campbell and Henry Foust and Catherine his wife, formerly Campbell, Hawkins Campbell and Nancy his wife, William W. Campbell for $200 sold their undivided interest in the NW¼ of NE¼ section22 township32 range except for 5 acres now owned by Isaac McBee and his wife Jane, formerly Campbell.

26 March 1866. (Dade County Deed Book 8:701)

CAMPBELL- CEDAR COUNTY, MISSOURI
 

William Campbell b. 1806 Virginia; d. 31 January 1864 bur. Alder Cemetery, Cedar County, Missouri. Tombstone says “husband of Malinda” m. 1835/6 in Polk County Malinda Frieze. b. 1817 d. 1892 bur. Alder Cemetery.  

On 8 February 1850, William Campbell and wife Malinda (also called Matilda) of Cedar sold to Joseph Linn for $6.10. just 4 acres. Wit: Oliver Hubbard and John S. McConnell. Cedar Co. D:458  

17 February 1860 Wm. Campbell and wife Malinda sold John S. Campbell of Cedar for $1.00 S ½ of Lot 2 of SW fractional part of 6-34-25 containing 37.21 acres and S ½ Lot 2 of SW of 6-34-25 containing 37.21 acres.

Children: 

  i. John S. [13 June 1836-26 December 1922] Co A 15th Missouri Cavalry [January 4 1923: “John S. Campbell b. 13 June 1836 in Cedar County and died near Stockton 26 December 1922. Baptist. At age 32, he married Elizabeth Simmons who proceeded him to the grave. They had 6 children; 4 sons and 2 daughters.” ss Elizabeth b. 11 August 1842; d. 5 May 1916]

  ii. Mary J. (10 March 1838 d. 21 July 1914. Cedar County Republican July 30 1914: Mary Jane Campbell died at the home of her niece Mrs. Chas Berry on Tuesday. .bur. Alder Cemetery. Harriet A., Easter Ann b. 4 May 1848 d. 4 June 1911, Susan A., Jacob L., (3 February (1848) Wm. E., Emily Josephine, James M. [6 November 1857-6 January 1930 [Pairlee w/o J.M. b. 27 March 1866 d. 20 January 1915 February 11 1925} [Parilee was d/o Mr. and Mrs. Zimri Dixon. She was born at Humansville m. 17 May 1883 James M. Campbell. Ezekiel Madison b. 1859 d. 1945 bur. Alder. ss Mary Tom Campbell (1863-1900)

Could William be a brother to Matthew Campbell. William Campbell was in Cedar County in 1850. In 1840, he was listed in Polk with 1 male under 5, 1 male 30-40, 1 female under 5, 1 female 20-30. He was living in Madison Twp.

Campbell Marriages in Polk County:

Elizabeth Campbell b. 1828 in TN (1850) m. 10 April 1842 Coffman Lunceford

Mary S. Campbell m. 27 July 1856 John P. Featherston

John Campbell m. 22 February 1857 Mary E. Gill

Thomas S. Campbell m. 13 May 1858 Nancy J. Decker [in Marion Twp.] 

John S. the father or brother of William and Matthew??? A John Campbell died in Dade County intestate in 1846 in Dade County; Adm. Stephen E. Butterfield. (A-54. No further information available. 2 items were recorded in book 1 but it was burned.)

Elizabeth Campbell d. intestate 8 November 1859 in Dade County. [not 1850] The first letters of administration were to William B. Hays but he died. Adm. De bonis non 27 February 1863 Matthew Campbell. The inventory from her estate was burned in the fire. Matthew Campbell’s securities were Silas Maberry and Edward A. Trevis on 27 Feb. 1863. All were made on 7 December 1859: William Campbell, Stephen Campbell, Alexander Campbell, William Campbell, Matthew Campbell, Isaac Martin, Robert Courtney, G.B. Cartwright, Joseph Grantham and Wm. M. Hubbs. Final settlement was made 5 June 1872 (Probate file #150)

1830 Census Index  John S. Campbell Union County KY 21002-00021

John Campbell Knox County TN p. 322 where m. 2 Feb. 1828 Nancy Smith.

1 male 20-30; 1 female under 5, 1 female 20–30, 1 female 30–40, 1 female 60–70.