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Pioneers of Campbell County, Georgia

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Compiled by Nancy Cornell, 1996

This information is not intended to include all the data available on each person listed, nor does it include all the people who passed through Campbell County.  The persons included are those who were found on at least two county records.  If you have additional information on any of the persons listed, please share it with the Old Campbell County Historical Society, P.O. Box 463, Fairburn, GA 30213.

 
KEMP, Simeon
            Appointed as one of the appraisers of the estate of John Gibson in May 1829.
Served as a Justice of Inferior Court at May Term of 1829, & July Term of 1829.
Listed on 1830 Campbell census as 40-50 years of age.
 
KIDD, Lilbern (Lilbourn) Lewis
            Married Malinda Mullins in Campbell 19 Feb. 1835.
            Listed on 1840 as 20-30 with 1 female (20-30) & 2 males under 5.
            The 1850 Campbell census shows: L. L. (36, b. SC); Malinda (35); James M. (14); John (12);
Robert M. (9); Elizabeth (11); Sarah J. (5); Mary (3); & Adaline (1).
            L. L. Kidd & his 2 wives are buried at Antioch Methodist Church:
            L. L. Kidd, 29 Aug. 1813 – 13 April 1903
            Malinda Kidd, 18 Dec. 1814 – 19 Nov. 1863
            Eliza Kidd, 27 Feb. 1829 – 9 Jan. 1899
            L. L. Kidd is probably the son of John L. Kidd (b. ca. 1785 SC) & Sarah Wallace Kidd
(b. ca. 1786 SC) who are also buried at Antioch.
 
KIDD, Oliver Calhoun
            Served as Justice of the Peace 1844-1847.
            The 1850 Campbell census shows Oliver C. (45, b. KY); Sarah (38); Iverson S. (17);
John M. (16); James H. (13); Sarah M. (12); Elizabeth F. (10); Wm. L. (7); James A (5); &
Oliver C. (4).
            Oliver’s will was probated in Campbell on 6 Jan. 1896 & names wife, Mary E.;
sons, J. S. (deceased); T. N.; Wm. Wesley; James Harvey; Wm. Lafayette; James A. & O. C. Jr;
daughters, Manervey Hathcock (wife of S. M. Hathcock); & Elizabeth Frances Smith (wife of C. F. Smith).
            Oliver Calhoun Kidd (2 Feb. 1804 – 9 Dec. 1895) is buried at Antioch Methodist Church with his
2 wives: Sarah Johnson Kidd (26 Feb. 1812 – 16 Oct. 1863); & Mary E. Kidd (25 May 1835 – 20
Jan. 1912).
 
KING, Adam B.
            Living in Campbell by 1840 (20-30 years of age).
            The 1850 Campbell census shows: A. B. (39, tanner, b. SC); Eliza A. (31, b. MS);
Martha E. (14); Richard A. (13); John W. (11); Wm. M. (9); Thomas J. (7); James M. (5);
Benj. C. (3); & Robert M. (5 months).
            John W. married Nancy A. Hearn 14 Oct. 1858.
 
KING, James R.
            Married Elizabeth Dean 12 Aug. 1840.
            Listed on 1850 Campbell census as 45 years with Elizabeth (28); Wm. B. (5); Thomas (4) &
Martha J. (1).
           
KISER, John
            John and his wife, Elenor, were living in Campbell by 1830 with 4 sons & 4 daughters.
            John purchased from the estate of Thomas Bennett 25 Feb. 1831.
            In 1840, a 90-100 year old man lived with John.       
            The 1850 Campbell census shows John (60, b. NC); Permelia A. (22); & John F. (14).
            John Kiser (5 Jan. 1790 – 11 July 1868) and Elenor Howell Kiser, daughter of Joseph Howell,
(20 March 1791 – 25 May 1845) are buried in Enon Baptist Church cemetery.  Buried with them
is Mamson W. Kiser (27 Dec. 1832 – 26 March 1849).
            Son, Meriwether P. Kiser, was a retail merchant in Atlanta.  He died in Atlanta, Feb. 14, 1882.
He had served as one of the original town commissioners of Powder Springs, Cobb County.
            Major John F. Kiser & Marion C. Kiser (sons of John & Elenor) owned a wholesale dry goods
store in Atlanta.  John F. died July 31, 1882.  John & Meriwether are buried in Oakland
Cemetery, Atlanta.
 
KISER, Pinkney L.
            Married Letitia Casey 25 Feb. 1847.
            Pinkney L. Kiser’s will (signed 5 Sept. 1863 & probated 23 Sept. 1867) names wife, Letitia;
children mentioned but not named; and brother, Wiley J. Kiser.
            Letitia Kiser received a Confederate Widow’s pension from 1895 to 1912.  Pinkney L. Kiser
enlisted in Co. E, 66th Regt., GA Vol. Infantry as a Private on 2 Sept. 1863.  Pension record states
he was killed in Atlanta in August 1864.
 
KNOX, James H.
            Died prior to 28 October 1836 when an inventory & appraisal of his estate was made. 
James McCrackin & Wm. H. England were Administrators.
 
KOLB, Martin
            One of 3 executors of the will of John Gibson (signed 8 Aug. 1826 & probated 3 Apr. 1829).
            The 1830 Campbell census shows Martin was 40-50 years of age.
            One of 3 appraisers of estate of Tiunison Coryell  17 Jan. 1835.
            The 1850 Campbell census shows Martin (63); Mary L. W. (21); with 3 LOVE children: David
K. Love (5); Martin C. Love (4) & Charles D. Love (2).
            Martin Kolb’s will (probated 31 Jan. 1856) names daughters, Clara P. A. Edge (wife of John M.
Edge of Campbell) & Mary L. W. Knott (wife of James Knott of Gordon Co.); son, Charles M.
Kolb; brothers, Valentine & Wilder Kolb; grandchildren: Mary Susan Edge, David K. Levi,
Martha C. Levi & Charles B. Levi, children of deceased daughter, Sarah E. Levi).

LAMBERT, Elijah (Elisha), Revolutionary Soldier
A resident of Fayette County when he drew in the 1827 Land Lottery as a Revolutionary Soldier.
(Lot 137, Dist. 14 of Muscogee County).
The 1830 Campbell census shows he was 60-70 years of age with 1 female (20-30) & 1 male
(10-15).
LAMBERT, William
Married Alsy Green 9 March 1832 in Campbell
Listed on the 1840 Campbell census as 20-30 with 1 female (20-30); 1 female (5-10) &
2 females under 5.
Wm. Lambert, Jr. of Hanner’s District, Campbell County, drew Lot 286, 8th District, 2nd Section
in the 1832 Land Lottery.
LANGLEY, Jacob
Died prior to 6 September 1833 when an inventory of his estate was made.  A sale of his property
was held on 25 October 1833.  Wife, Lovina, purchased from sale of husband’s estate.
Lovina is listed on 1840 Campbell census with 2 females (15-20); 2 females (5-10) & 2 females
under 5.
The 1850 Campbell census shows Lovina (67); William (24); Lovina S. (17) & Elijah (12).
LANGSTON, Edward B.
Listed on 1840 Campbell census as 20-30.
The 1850 Campbell census shows Edward B. (33); Susan E. (34, b. NC); Eliza J. (13);
Margaret (9); Wm. F. (8); Francis M. (5 male)& Richard B. (3).
Eliza J. married John R. Hearn 3 Jan. 1851.
LANGSTON, James
Living in Campbell in 1830 as 20-30.
Purchased from estate sale of Thomas Bennett 25 Feb. 1831.
The 1840 Campbell census shows James as age 30-40.
LASSETTER (Lasseter), Benjamin
Living in Campbell in 1830 (40-50).
The 1840 shows Benjamin as 60-70 years of age with 5 slaves.
The 1850 Campbell census shows Benjamin (73, b. NC); & Elizabeth (63, b. SC).
Benjamin purchased goods at Campbellton on 27 Feb. 1854.
The 1860 Campbell census lists Benjamin (81, b. NC); Devine (73, female, b. NC);
Sarah Hollen (15, female, b. NC) & Nancy Hollen (6).
Living next door is Cheadle Lasseter (32); Martha (33); Suffronia (14); Henry (11); William (5);
James (2); & Nancy (7).
Also living nearby is Benjamin Lasiter (38); Sealey (39); Caleb (17); John (16); Agness (14);
Tobias (13); Mary  (11); Cornelious (9); Equater (Egnater?) (6, male) & Penellton (4, male).
LATHAM, Thomas
Born in VA ca. 1803; attorney.
Living in Campbell in 1840.
Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Smith’s District Campbell Co. (Lot 168,
25th Dist., 2nd Sect.)
The 1850 Campbell census shows Thomas A. (47, attorney, b. VA); Caroline M. (34);
Caroline E. (11); Wm. L. (9); Thomas W. (7); Mary A. (4).
The 1860 Campbell census lists Thomas A. (59, b. VA, attorney at law); Caroline M. (42);
Mary A. (13); William L.(18); Thomas W. (16); Joseph L. (10); & George (5).
Thomas’ wife, Caroline M., signed her will at Campbellton on 3 March 1870 & it was probated on 5 July 1875.  Children named are sons, Thomas W., Joseph A. & George; daughter Mary A. Thomas W. (son) was an attorney; served in the Legislature; was Solicitor General of the Coweta Circuit & a Confederate Soldier.  He died in Atlanta in 1898.
LAWRENCE (Laurence), George
Served as Justice of the Peace in 1829 & officiated at 3 marriages.
Listed on 1830 Campbell census as 40-50 with 1 female (30-40); & 5 males under 20.
Purchased from estate of Mary Brewer on 22 May 1829; &, from estate of James C. Henderson in
May or June, 1829.
LEATHERWOOD, Shadrach
Married Anky Right 31 Maech 1836 in Campbell.
Listed on 1840 as 20-30 with 2 females (20-30); 1 female (5-10); 1 female under 5;
2 males (5-10).
Shadrach Leatherwood married Delitha Findley 23 Feb. 1840.
The 1850 Campbell census shows Shadrach (35 or 36, b. SC); Telitha (42, b. SC); Wm. J. (3); &
Mary J. (2).
LEATHERWOOD, William
Living in Campbell in 1830 and, in 1840 is shown as 50-60.
Drew in 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Allen’s Dist., Campbell Co. (Lot 128, 25th Dist,
3rd Sect. – and Lot 31, 28th Dist., 3rd Sect.)
The 1850 Campbell census shows Wm. (61, b. VA); Mary (65, b. SC); Edy (30, female b. SC)’;
Jessee (26, male, b. SC); Ivey W. (24, male, b. SC); Willy M. (12, male, b. GA); & Rebecca
Nations (40, b. SC).
LEATHERWOOD, Zachariah
Living in Campbell by 1840 (20-30) with family.
Drew in 1832 Land Lottery from Smith’s District, Campbell County.
Married Elizabeth Thornton 12 July 1835.
LEE, Anna
Living in Campbell in 1840 (40-50) with 2 females (20-30); 1 female (5-10); 1 female under 5;
3 males (10-15) & 2 males (5-10).
The 1850 Campbell census shows Anna (56, b. SC); Andrew J. (17, b. SC); Ann M. (17, b. SC);
Sarah R. (15 b. SC) & Robert N. Miller (29, b. sC).
LEE, Bennett
Married Mary Ann Sheets 22 Dec. 1835.
The 1840 Campbell census shows Bennett Lee as 20-30 & Mary Ann (20-30).  Living with them
is 1 male (20-30); 1 male under 5 & 1 female under 5.  They have 1 slave.
They are living next door to Sarah L. Sheats, widow of Talton Sheats who died in 1839.
The 1850 Campbell census shows Bennett (37, b. NC);  Mary Ann (32); Sarah Ann (13);
Wm. T. (11); Martha C. (9); Mary E. (8); George W. (6); John W. (4); & Nancy (3 months).
LEE, Samuel
Listed on 1830 Campbell census as 20-30.
Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Woodruff’s District, Campbell County
(Lot 14, 23rd District, 2nd Section).
LEWIS, Samuel
Liviing in Campbell on 4 April 1837 when he sold LL40, Dist. 7, formerly Coweta now Campbell to John Malcom of Walton Co. (Deed Bk. C, pp. 51 & 52.     
Listed on Campbell 1840 census as 30-40.
The 1850 Campbell census lists Samuel (47, b. NC); Amarentha D. (44); Henry E. (19); John J.
(18); Benjamin F. (15); Sarah J. or I. (14); Amanda M. (12); Samantha J. (11); Samuel B. (9);
male, not named (7); Rachael M. (6); & Elijah C. (4).
 
LONGINO, Hugh A.
Witnessed the will of Diecy Davenpot 4 Aug. 1834.
The 1840 Campbell census shows Hiugh as head of household (20-30) with 2 males (20-30);
living next to John T. Longino (brother).
Son of Ruth Longino who died in 1845.
LONGINO, James
Died prior to 8 Nov. 1838 when an inventory & appraisal of his estate was made.
Ruth Longino & John T. Longino were Administrators “from 1st Nov. 1838 to 2nd day of
April 1839.”
Sale of property made 3 Dec. 1839.
LONGINO, Ruth
Living alone in Campbell in 1840 (50-60).
Will probated in Campbell 2 September 1834, names sons, John T., Hugh, Absolom, James W. &
Disken Holcomb; daughters, Malinda Shelnut; Margaret Smith (deceased, wife of Moses M. Smith); granddaughter, Mary V. Smith (married Wilson L. Camp 2 Feb. 1862).
Inventory & appraisal of estate made 27 September 1845.
 
 

McCARLEY, Thomas
            Living in Campbell by 1840 (60-70) with 1 female (50-60); 1 female (10-15); 1 male (20-30); 
1 male (15-20); and 1 male (10-15)
Thomas died prior to 6 Jan. 1842 when an inventory of his estate was made.
Return of estate for 1842, 1843 and 1844 was made by Moses McCarley, Administrator.
 
McCELVALE (McInvale), William
Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Smith’s District, Campbell Co. (Lot 131, 17th Dist., 1st Sect.)
            The 1840 Campbell census shows William was 20-30 with 1 female (20-30) and 1 female under 5
 
McCLUNG, Jeremiah A.
Died in Campbell prior to 1 Jan. 1844 when Jackson Baggett, guardian of Richard Franklin McClung, made a Return.  Richard was the son of Jeremiah.
            Returns were made in 1848, 1850 & 1851.
The 1860 Campbell census shows Richard McClung (22) and Mary E. (18).
           
McCLURE, William
            Living in Campbell by 1840 (50-60)
            Died prior to 7 July 1849 when an inventory of his estate was made.
Elizabeth, his wife, is shown on the 1850 Campbell census as head of household (56, b. SC); with son, Charles P. (16); and living near Wm. L. McClure (26, b. SC).
            Elizabeth is buried in Mt. Vernon Baptist Church Cemetery (15 July 1793 – 22 May 1883).
 
McCOY, John
            Married Elizabeth Chappell 4 June 1835.
            Shown on 1840 Campbell census as 20-30 with 1 female (15-20).
 
McCOY (McKey?), Thomas
            Living in Campbell by 1830 (50-60) with 1 male ((20-30); 1 male (15-20); 1 female (50-60);
1 female (20-30) and 2 females (15-20).
            The 1840 Campbell census shows Thomas (60-70) with 1 female (60-70) and 42 slaves.
 
McCRACKIN, James
Appointed Administrator of estate of William Jones and was one of the purchasers at the sale of the estate 27 Jan. 1835.
            Listed on 1840 Campbell census as 50-60.
The 1850 Campbell census shows: James (71, b. SC); Mary (50); Wm. M. (34, b. SC); and Samuel C. (15).
            Mary McCrackin (65) is shown living alone in 1860.
 
McELWREATH, James
            Living in Campbell by 1840 (30-40).
            Died prior to 7 Jan. 1842 when an infentory of his estate was made.
 
McELWREATH, Michael
Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Clinton’s District, Campbell Co. (L0t 39, 8th Dist., 3rd Sect & Lot 263, 7th Dist., 4th Sect.)
            The 1840 Campbell census shows his age as 70-80.
 
McGOUIRK (McWert), Lydia
Purchased from the estate of James Love 15 June 1833.  (Note: Evan McGuirt also purchased
from this estate.)
The 1840 Campbell census shows Lydia is 40-50 years of age.
The 1850 Campbell census lists Lydia (55, b. NC); Mary A. P. (24); Nancy R. N. (22); & Lydia
A. L. (20).
In 1860, Lydia is living in the household of Lucinda Larry (or Lowry, 26) and is shown as 60 years of age.
Lydia’s will was probated in Campbell 18 July 1863 and names: daughters, Permelia (wife of James Griggs); Nancy (wife of Wm. Cash); Lydia (wife of Wm. Harp); sons, Wm. N.; John M. (deceased) and George W. (deceased).
Nancy married Wm. Cash on 15 Aug. 1850
Lydia married Wm. Harp on 10 Aug. 1850
Wm. N. married Elizabeth Baggett on 21 July 1844
John M. married Anny B. Caldwell on 15 Nov. 1840
Ann B. Caldwell died of “consumption” in May 1850 (29, b. SC)
 
McKOY, James
The 1840 Campbell census shows James 30-40 years of age with 1 male (20-30); 1 male under 5); 1 female (20-30); 1 female (5-10) and 1 female under 5.
James’ will was probated in Campbell on 10 Jan. 1842 and names wife, Catharine and brother-in-law, Christopher Bowen, as executors.
 
McLARIN, Harrison
            One of 3 appraisers of the estate of Jacob Langley 6 Sept. 1833.
Listed on the 1840 Campbell census as 40-50.  Living with him is George Norwood (70-80), a Revolutionary soldier.  Harrison owned 11 slaves.
The 1850 Campbell census shows: Harrison (57, b. VA); Mariah W. (51, b. VA); Hilyard (25, male); John F. (23); Frances A. (18, female); Sanford (16); & Nisey H. Miles (15, female).
            The 1860 lists Harrison (66, b. VA); Mariah (53, b. VA) & James Fields (15).
 
Harrison’s will was probated in Campbell on 1 Feb. 1864 and names: wife, Mariah; daughters, Harriet Fields (wife of Payton H. Fields & her children), Ann Frances Swann (wife of Wm. B. Swann); Susan Westbrook (deceased, wife of James Westbrook); sons, John F., Wm. H. & Williard A.; granddaughter, Elizabeth Richardson (daughter of Harriet Fields).
 
Harriet married Peyton H. Fields 25 Feb. 1836.
Susan married James Westbrook 8 Nov. 1836.
Ann Frances married Wm. B. Swann on 13 Dec. 1850.
 
Harrison McLarin (16 May 1793 – 31 Dec. 1863) is buried in Antioch Methodist Church Cemetery with Maria Westbrooks McLarin (10 Jan. 1800 – 4 Jan. 1882).  Also buried at Antioch are: Wm. B. & Ann F. Swann; Hilliard A. McLarin & Wm. H. McLarin.
 
McLARTY, George W.
            Married Charity G. Bates 24 Jan. 1833 in Campbell.
The 1840 Campbell census shows George is 30-40 years of age with 1 female (70-80); 1 female (20-30); and 4 children under 20 years of age.
The 1850 Campbell census lists George W. (45, b. NC); wife, Charity G. (37); Harriet J. (16); John N. (14); Wm. M. (12); George W. (10); Mary E. (8); Thomas A. (5); James M. (3); & Eliza J. (1).
George W. was the son of John McLarty (b. 1776 NC – d. 1853-54) and his wife, Mary (b. 1776 Ireland).  John & Mary’s children were: Archibald N., Alexander, Samuel W., John, George W., Stephen H., Caroline Morris & Margaret Maxwell.
George W. witnessed the will of Wm. P. Clinton on 3 April 1860.
The 1860 Campbell census lists: George W. (55, b. NC); Charity G. (47); George (20); Thomas (16); James (14); Eliza (11); Jane (9); Archibald (8); & Emily (7).
 
McLarty, James
Died prior to 7 March 1838 when an inventory was made of his estate.  A. G. Weddington & G. W. McLarty were Administrators from 5 March 1838 through 8 Jan. 1840.  Orphans: John McLarty & Catherine Booth “of age” by 1840.
McWILLIAMS, John
            Son of William whose will was probated 25 Oct. 1874 in Campbell.  (see below)
            Married Nancy Campbell 2 Jan. 1842.
The 1850 Campbell census shows John (30, b. Ireland); Nancy (26); John (7); Andrew (5); Nancy J. (4); & Peter (2 mos).
The 1860 Campbell census lists John (42, b. Ireland); Nancy (38); John (17); Andrew (15); Nancy (13); Peter (11); William (9); Marion (7) & James (5).
John’s will was signed 11 Dec. 1897.  Heirs named are wife (name not given); J. B. Jones, Peter & Wm. McWilliams.  (Note: This may be the son, John b. ca. 1843.)
 
McWILLIAMS, William
            Purchased Lot 78, Dist. 14 (formerly Fayette) on 7 Dec. 1831 as a resident of Campbell.
            Listed on 1840 Campbell census as 40-50.
The 1850 Campbell census shows William (56, b. Ireland); Nancy (51, b. Ireland); David (20, b. Ireland); Andrew (17); & Elizabeth (14).
William’s will, probated 25 October 1874, names: sons, John, Robert & David; daughters, Nancy
Waites, Betsey Blalock, Peggy Foster (wife of Ephraim Foster of Lafayette County, Arkansas);
granddaughters, Nancy Tabitha Turner & Sarah Jane Turner (Lawson Turner, guardian).
David McWilliams married Adaline Kiser 16 Jan. 1853 (both buried in Enon Baptist Church Cemetery).
            Nancy married Ausborn (Osborn) Waites 25 Oct. 1849.
            Elizabeth (Betsey) married Joseph B. Blalock 8 Jan. 1861.
            Margaret (Peggy) married Ephraim W. Foster 7 Sept. 1848.

MALDEN (Maulding), Susannah
Living in Campbell by 1840 as head of household (30-40) with 5 children.
The 1850 Campbell census shows Susannah (45, b. SC), Wm. H. (22); John W. (21);
James W. (18); Sarah E. (16) & Mary S. (15).
           
MANAS, Nathaniel
            Living in Campbell by 1830 (20-30) with 1 female (20-30) & 1 female (5-10).   
In 1840, Nathaniel is listed as 30-40 with 1 female (3040).
 
MARONEY, Benjamin
            One of 3 appraisers of estate of Thomas Bennett 25 Feb. 1831.
            Purchased from estate of Mary Jeter 10 Jan. 1835.
            Listed on 1840 Campbell census as 40-50 with 1 female (30-40), 1 male (15-20) and 1 male
(under 5).
            The 1850 Campbell census shows Benjamin (65); Elizabeth (51, b. SC); James (18) & Loyd (12). 
            Also on the 1850 as head of household is Alford (Alfred) Maroney (26) with wife, Rebecca (20);
James L. (2) & Sarah E. (11 mos.).
            Alfred Maroney married Rebecca Lee 14 June 1846.      
James L. Maroney married Julia E. Henley on 2 Nov. 1854. (probably son of Benjamin)
 
MASON, James
            Witnessed the will of Joseph Howell 10 October 1837.
            Witnessed the will of Britton Brazeale 17 July 1844.
The 1850 Campbell census shows James (45, b. SC); Martha B. (47, b. SC); John W. (22, b. SC); Jabez G. (19, b. SC); Robert W. (17, b. SC); Emily J.(130; James M. (10) and William G. (6).
            The 1860 Campbell census lists James (54, b. SC); Martha (57, b. SC); James (20); and
William (16).
            Martha, wife of James, is buried at Enon Baptist Church Cemetery (13 May 1802).
            John Wilburn Mason (1827-1885) is also buried at Enon with wife, Hepsey Ann (1833-1906)
 
MAURRELL, (Murrell), Thomas W.
            One of the appraisers of the estate of John Gibson in May 1829.
            Listed on the 1830 Campbell census as 40-50 with 1 female (40-50) and no children.
 
MAXWELL, Edwin (Edward W.)
            Living in Campbell by 1840 with family and 4 slaves.
The 1850 shows Edwin (45, MD, b. NC); Margaret (36, b. NC); Mary C. (16, b. NC); Calhoun M. (14, male, b. NC); Letisha C. (9); John C. (6); Elizabeth A. (4); and William (1).
Margaret, wife of Edwin, was a daughter of John McLarty whose will was signed in Campbell in 1852.
            The 1860 Campbell census shows Edwin F. (55, physician, b. NC); Margaret (45); Letitia C. (19);
            John G. (17); Margaret E. A. (14); William (10); David (8); & Edward W. (5).
            Letitia C. Married Emanuel Vansant 6 Sept. 1860.
Mangrum C. married Eveline C. Mattox 12 Oct. 1856 (may be the “Mary C.” listed on the 1850 as 16, b. NC, and, shown on the 1860 as Mangrum (24) with Everline (20) & George (2)
 
MAYFIELD, Jacob
            Listed on 1830 Campbell census as 50-60.
            The 1850 Campbell census shows Jacob (79, b. VA); Elizabeth (55, b. NC); Jane (19) & Alford
(13).  Living nearby are Israel Mayfield (40, b NC), Anderson Mayfield (23) & Hamilton Mayfield (29).
Jacob’s will was probated in Campbell on 4 April 1859 and names Betsey as his wife, “married 40 years.”  No children mentioned. 
Elizabeth Mayfield (67) is living with Slone Dorsett (30) and Jane Dorsett (30) in 1850.
 
 
MAYFIELD, Wilbern (Wilborn)
            Married Nancy Neighbors 25 July 1837.
Listed on 1840 Campbell census as 20-30 with 1 female (20-30); 1 female under 5; and 1 male under 5.
 
MEGGS, Isaac
            Listed on 1840 Campbell census as 40-50.
The 1850 Campbell census shows Isaac (52, b. SC); Annah (53, b. NC); Loyd (17); Cornelious (14); & Sarah (13).
            Martha Meggs, who married Henry T. Hopkins 14 June 1846, may be their daughter.
 
MELTON (Milton), John
            Living in Campbell by 1830 (50-60)
            In 1840, shown as (60-70) with wife and several children.
 
MILES, Lewis (Louis)
            Listed on 1830 Campbell census as 30-40 with 1 female (30-40); 1 female (5-10); 1 female
(under 5); 1 male (10-15); & 2 males (under 5).
            The 1840 Campbell census shows Lewis 40-50 with 1 female (40-50); 1 female (15-20);
2 females (10-15); 2 females (5-10) & 2 males (10-15).
Lewis Milton served as Justice of the Peace from Feb. 1835 through June 1843 and performed many marriages.
Certified the appraisers for the estate of Thomas W. Wilkerson (10 Nov. 1834) and for Wm. Jones (24 Jan. 1835).
Died prior to 28 March 1844 when an inventory of his estate was made with Milton L. Miles as Administrator.
            Note: Lewis Miles (probably a son) married Alsey Bledsoe 15 May 1838.
 
MILES, Milton L.
            Son of Lewis Miles who died in Campbell in 1844.
Frances Carroll was named Administrix of estate of Joseph N. Carroll, deceased, and guardian of Mary E. Carroll, minor of Joseph N. Carroll 4 Jan. 1841.  Milton L. Miles was appointed “new guardian” as husband of Frances.
The 1850 Campbell census shows Milton L. Miles (30); Frances (38, b. NC); Mary E. (22); John J. (8); Lewis P. (7) & Frances E. (6, female).
The 1860 Campbell census shows Milton (40); Frances (48, b. NC); John J. (18); Lewis P. (16); & Frances E. G. (16, female).
 
MILTON, Henry
            Living in Campbell in 1840 (40-50) with wife (40-50); 4 sons & 5 daughters.
The 1850 Campbell census shows Henry (57, b. SC); Sarah (57, b. SC); Polly A. (30); Martha J. (19); Caroline (17); Thomas J. (13); & Henry (10).
            Martha Jane married James Camp 15 July 1855.
 
MILTON, James J.
            Married Elizabeth Hinton 26 July 1840.
Listed on Campbell 1850 census: James (31, b. SC); Elizabeth (24); Mary C. (9); Wiley B. (7); James C. (5); Patience H. (3) & Sarah E. (2).
The Campbell Superior Court Docket 1839-1852 shows James J. Milton was charged and found guilty of “assault & battery” at the August Term 1852.
            James purchased goods at Rivertown from Lewis Camp’s store on 15 Nov. 1860 & 2 May 1861.
 
MILLER, Alexander
            Listed on the 1840 Campbell census as 30-40.
            The 1850 Campbell census shows Alexander (45); Mary (48); Elizabeth (23); John (20);
James (18); Reuben (16); Sarah (15); Joseph (12); Augustus L. (10); & Margaret (8).
MITCHELL, Henry J.
            Purchased at the Sale of estate of James Love 15 June 1833.
            One of 3 appraisers on estate of James McLarty 7 March 1838.
            Listed on the 1840 Campbell census as 50-60.
 
MOORE, Reuben
            Living alone in Campbell in 1830, 40-50 years of age.
            Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Woodruff’s District, Campbell County (Lot 314,
            8th District, Section 4.
            Reuben Moore married Mary Bannister 15 April 1836.
 
MORGAN, John M.
            Living in Campbell in 1830, 30-40 years of age.
Drew as a Resident of Clinton’s District, Campbell County, in the 1832 Land Lottery (Lot 21, 4th District, 4th Section.
            The 1850 Campbell census shows John (54, b. SC); Appa? (44); Thomas (19); Jacob (17);
Freeman (15); Isaac (14); Valentine (12, male); Jonathan (10); Charlotte (8); Allen (6); & Nancy
C. (4).
 
MORRIS, William
            Listed on 1830 Campbell census as 50-60.
            One of 3 appraisers for estate of Mary Jeter on 4 April 1834.
 
MORRIS, William D. (or W?)
William D. Morris married Elizabeth Hopkins 3 Dec. 1837
            The 1840 Campbell census shows a Wm. W. Morris (20-30) with 1 female (15-20).
            The 1850 Campbell census lists William (36); Elizabeth (34, b. NC); Charles F. (8); Willis P.
            (5, male); Mary A. (3) & Elizabeth J. (1).
            Wm. D. Morris purchased goods at Rivertown from Lewis Camp’s store on 8 May 1861.
 
MOSES, John
            Living in Campbell in 1830 (20-30).
            Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Allen’s District, Campbell County (Lot 249,
            12th District, 4th Section.
 
MOSLEY, Miles G.
            Married Sarah Umphries 15 Oct. 1834.
            The 1850 Campbell census shows Miles G. (38); Sarah (35); Wm. (15); Sarah E. (12);
            Charles (9); Nathaniel (7); Nancy S. (5); & Pinckney T. (7 months).
 
MULLINS, Green B.
            Married Elizabeth A. Hammonds 21 November 1833.
 
MULLINS, Salisbury
            Married Mariah Andrews 1 Dec. 1829.
            Listed on 1830 Campbell census as 20-30 years of age with 1 female (15-20).
 
MULLINS, Samuel
            Married Rachel Gray 29 Dec. 1829.
            Listed on the 1830 Campbell census as 20-30 years of age with 1 female (15-20).
 
MULLINS, William, Jr.
            Living in Campbell by 1830, 40-50 years of age with a family.
            Drew in 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Stanfield’s District, Campbell County.
 
 
MURPHY, Martha
            Listed on 1840 Campbell census as head of household with 1 male (5-10); 1 female (under 5);
            1 female (20-30, possibly Martha) and 1 female (60-70).
 
MURPHY, Matthew, Sr.
Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Allen’s District, Campbell County (Lot 305, 13th District, 2nd Section.
The 1850 Campbell census shows Matthew Murphy (66, b. NC) with Martha (32); Daniel (24); Seabron (16); Margarett J. (10); Berry (6, male); Sarah E. (5); & Wm. T. (1).
 

NATIONS, John
Shown on 1830 Campbell census as 40-50 with 1 female (40-50) and 6 children.
Died prior to 9 Oct. 1835 when an inventory was made of his estate.
A sale of his property was made on 11 Jan. 1836.
           
NEIGHBORS (Nabors), John
            One of 3 appraisers of estate of Wm. Jones on 24 Jan. 1835.
            Purchased from Wm. Jones’ estate sale 27 Jan. 1835.
            Listed on 1840 Campbell census as 40-50.
 
NEWMAN, Samuel
            Listed on 1840 Campbell census as head of household which included 1 male (30-40) and
1 male (20-30).
            Samuel Newman married Delana Butler 13 August 1840.
 
NORTON, Carney
            Married Elizabeth Clinton on 1 July 1838 in Campbell.
            Listed on 1840 Campbell census as 20-30; Elizabeth (20-30); and 1 female under 5.
            The Campbell Superior Court Docket shows Miles Norton, John Norton and Carney Norton
            were charged with “riot” in October Term 1843.  Verdict was passed April Term 1844.
 
NORWOOD, George W. (Revolutionary Soldier)
            The 1840 Campbell census shows he was 77 years old and living in the household of Harrison
            McLarin.
            He served in the North Carolina Militia as a 1st Sergeant.
He is buried in Antioch United Methodist  Church Cemetery (24 March 1760 – 1840) on Rivertown Road.