Robert Campbell


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  • Name  Robert Campbell 
    Gender  Male 
    • New Jersey Historical Society Library, "Account of Quit Rents doe Essex County for 1696 (Gardner Coll.) 153 acres patented to Mary Bond or Hugh roberts of which 20 acres were sold to Rob. Cambel & James Clisby.

      Deed 4 May 1707 Samuel Roberts to Samuel Riggs (Gardner Coll.) bounded by Thomas Lyon, Samuel R. Roberts, Robert Cammel, James Clizbe, Stephen Brown & Samuel Riggs.

      Rev. John Prudden's Almanac (Gardner coll.) 21 Jan 1705/6 John Camell was one of the "schollars entered for school" with Rev. Mr. Prudden.

      History of Essex and Hudson counties, New Jersey vol.2 p.786-7 "Pioneer Surveys and Lot owners." Mentions Robert Campbell, land decending to the heirs of Robert Campbell - Nathaniel Campbell, Samuel Campbell, David Campbell

      East Jersey Proprietor's Records. Liber O, P.247,248, Liber S, p.52,63

      Register of the Privy Council of Scotland, 3rd Series, vol. XI 1685-1686, page 428-429 - 1685 Highland Lairds who were with Argyll John Campbell or Dargach; Robert, donald, Archibald and Hugh his brethrene. page 444 - 5 Jan 1686 Rebels in Argyll forfeited for being in the Earl of Argyll's rising - John Campbell of Dergachie; Robert Campbell his brother. page 145 Robert Campbell banished to the plantations abroad. Transported on the ship Henry & Francis.

      Early History of Perth Amboy and Adjoining Country..., by William A Whitehead, page 28 Robert Campbell aboard the ship Henry & Francis Dec 1685, page 22 a Robert Campbell imported to New Jersey by Lord Neil Campbell some of whom were passengers on the Henry & Francis.

      Ship Passenger Lists New York and New Jersey (1600-1825), ed. by Carl Boyer, 3rd, 1978, Newhall, California. Robert Campbell transported and banished to New Jersey as a prisoner aboard the ship the Henry & Francis.

      Nathan Foster Account Book, pp.60-61 mentions Robert Campbell's wife Alice.

      Gardner Collection (no source given) 3 Sep 1701 - Robert Campbell had an interest of one lot in the purchase agreement conveying so-called Indian lands west of the town of Newark. John Treat headed the committee.
    Person ID  I41366  Bryant
    Last Modified  24 Jun 2007 

    Family  Alice 
    Married  Abt 1670  Dergachy, Dunoon & Kilmun, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location 
     1. John Campbell,   b. Abt 1695, Newark, Essex Co, New Jersey Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. Nathaniel Campbell,   b. Abt 1697, Newark, Essex Co, New Jersey Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. Samuel Campbell,   b. 1700,   d. Bef 05 Oct 1780, Mamakating, Ulster Co (later Sullivan), New York Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. James Campbell,   b. Abt 1701, Newark, Essex Co, New Jersey Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID  F2883  Group Sheet

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