Campbell Colonial Service in Pennsylvania

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CAMPBELL WAR RECORDS

(Colonial Service in Pennsylvania)

The following Campbells served in the early colonial wars in various Pennsylvania military organizations.

Cleary Campbell, ensign, 1759, in the New Leviea.

Edward Campbell, private, 2nd Battalion, Capt. Andrew McDowell's company, 1759.

George Campbell, aged 22, born Cumberland Co., Penn., private in Capt. John Singleton's company, 1758. "A cutt on his cheek."

George Campbell, aged 24, laborer, born Antrim, Ireland, enlisted 13 June, 1759, Capt. John Mather's company.

James Campbell, aged 22, weaver, born Antrim, Ireland, private in Capt. John Hasslett's company, 1758.

James Campbell, private, Capt. Jameson's Co. Wounded near McCord's Fort, 2 April, 1756.

James Campbell, private, Independent Company of Foot, Phila., Capt. John Kidd's Company.

John Campbell, aged 22, born Chester, Penn., laborer, enlisted Capt. Robert Boyd's company, 13 June, 1759.

John Campbell, aged 30, collier, born in Scotland, enlisted 27 June, 1746, in Capt. William Trent's company.

Robert Campbell, aged 21, cooper, born in Maryland, private in Capt. John Singleton's company, 1758.

Robert Campbell, aged 22, laborer, born Antri m, Ireland, private in Capt. John Hasslett's company, 1758i

Samuel Campbell, private, Capt. Andrew McDowell's company, 2nd Battalion, Penn. Reg., 1759.

William Campbell, aged 27, miller, born Cecil Co., Md., private in Capt. John Singleton's company, 1758.   


SOURCE:  Vol. VII, No 11, November 1917 Genealogy: a journal of American ancestry