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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.

PACE, Thomas S.
    Living in Campbell in 1830 (40-50) with 1 female (40-50); 2 females (15-20); 1 male (10-15); and 1 male (5-10).
    Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Hannah's District, Campbell County (Lot 291, 9th Dist., 4th Sect. & Lot 311, 6th Dist., 3rd sect.)

PANNEL, Israel
    Married Allied Kidd 20 August 1827.
    Listed on 1840 as 20-30, Allied (20-30) and 2 males under 5.

PANNELL, William
    Listed on 1830 Campbell census as 40-50, and, on the 1840 as 50-60.
    He purchased from the estate of William Jones 27 January 1835.

PARK, James
    Married Martha Liner 3 August 1840.
    Listed on the 1840 Campbell census as 20-30 with 1 female (50-60); 1 female (20-30) and 1 female (10-15).
    The 1850 Campbell census shows a family that could be James' family:
        Head of Household: Mary Park (60 - could be James' mother who was listed as 50-60 in 1840); Martha J. (23);
        Margaret (35 - could be wife of James); Mary A.S.E. (6); Cascinda M.J (4, female); George W. (2) & James H. L. (3 mos.)    

PARKER, John
    John (22 Oct. 1794 - 31 Mar. 1853) & Elizabeth Parker (1795 - 27 Jan. 1879) are buried in Enon Baptist Church Cemetery.
    John was one of 5 appraisers on the estate of John Hindman 22 Jan. 1840.
    The 1850 Campbell census shows John (55, b. SC); Elizabeth (56, b. SC); John A. (20, b. SC); Leander (16, b. SC); & James J. (14, b. SC)
    Their daughter, Sarahann, died in Campbell at age 15 in 1844.

PARKERSON (Perkerson), Marquis D.
    One of 3 appraisers on the estate of George B. Camp 21 Sept. 1838.
    Listed on 1840 as 30-40 and living alone.
    Married Susan Campbell 12 Nov. 1840.
    The 1850 Campbell census shows M.D. (43, b. SC); Susan M. (26); Hannah E. (8); George F. (5); William A. (1) & Manerva Campbell (24)

PARRISH, James J.
    Married Elizabeth Griffith 23 July 1839.
    Living in Campbell in 1840 as 15-20 years of age with 1 female (15-20); and 1 female under 5.
    The 1850 Campbell census shows James (29, b. SC); Elizabeth D. (29); Sarah J. (10); Mary E. (8); James N. (6); Susan E. (3); Wm. B. (1) &     Jonathan (1 mo.).

PAULETT, Henry
    Son of Richard Paulett.
    Listed on Campbell 1830 census as 40-50.
    Purchased from estate sale of Mary Jeter 10 Jan. 1835.
    Listed on 1850 Campbell census as 50-60.
    The 1850 Campbell census shows Henry (61, b. VA); Eliza (54, b. VA); James (25, school teacher); Mary (23); Henry T. (21); Withel M. (18,     female - Wilhelmina).
    The Henry Paulett Bible is on microfilm at the Georgia Archives (199/66).  Typewritten notes prior to the Bible film state Richard Paulett was     b. 1753 and married Catherine (Caty) Smith.  They moved from Lunensberg County, VA, to Clarke Couty, GA, prior to 1820.
    Henry married Eliza Ligon (daughter of Joseph & Mary Church Ligon) 28 Jan. 1818.  Wilhelmina  Catherine, daughter of Henry, married Wm.     M. Aderhold in Campbell 17 Dec. 1857.  Henry Thomas Paulett, son of Henry, married Mary B. Aderhold 8 Feb. 1855 in Campbell.  Mary Ann     Church Paulett married John W. Suber 10 June 1851 in Campbell.  Henry T. Paulett was a Justice of the Peace in Campbell and performed     marriages in 1846.
    On 16 June 1849, Jesse M. Butt of Campbell deeded to Mary Ann C. Paulett "for the friendship, love, respect, and affection I have for Mary     Ann C. Paulett, I give two negro slaves. . ."  (Deed Bk. E, p. 86).

PAULETT, Richard (Revolutionary Soldier)
    Living in Clarke County when he drew as a Revolutionary Soldier in the 1827 Land Lottery (Lot 30, Dist. 2 of Troup County).
    Living in Campbell in 1830.
    His declaration of Revolutionary service is recorded in Campbell Inferior Court Record Book 1831-1872, page 18, on 7 Juy 1832, and shows     he was born 20 July 1751.
    His will was probated in Campbell on 2 March 1835 & names wife, Catharine; sons, Lewis M., Henry & Jesse; daughters, Lucy S. McMichael     & Eliza Ann Paulett.

PEAVY, Dial (Revolutionary Soldier)
    Living in Campbell in 1830 and listed as 70-80 years old.
    A resident of Fayette County in 1832 when he drew in the Land Lottery as a revolutionary Soldier (Lot 150, Dist. 17, sect. 1).

PENNINGTON, Ephraim
    Living in Campbell by 1840 (40-50).
    Listed on 1850 as 58 years of age, Methodist Minister, b. NC; Living with him are: Lucy (49); Mary (22); Martha J. (20); Eliza A. (18); Abraham     P. (13); & James (19).
    James O. A. (20) is shown as head of household in 1860 with wife, Josephine E. (18).

PHILLIPS, John
    Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery (Lot 16, 19th Dist., 4th Sect.) as a resident of Allen's District, Campbell County.
    The 1840 gives his age as 20-30.  Living with him are: 1 female (70-80); 1 female (30-40); 1 male (20-30) & 1 male (5-10).
    The 1850 Campbell census lists John (39, b. SC); Sarah (45, b. NC); Wm. P. (14); Thomas J. (13); John R. (9); Jackson A. (6) & Harriet J. (4)
    The 1860 Campbell census shows John (49, b. SC); Sarah (50, b. NC); Wm. P. (20); John R. (18); Jackson A. (16); & Harriet J. (14)
    John's will was probated 2 Sept. 1874 & names wife, Sarah Elizabeth Philips; sons, Thomas J. & John R. Phillips.
    John Phillips (20 April 1811 - 16 July 1874) & his wife, Sarah E. (1801 or 1805 - 10 Sept. 1876) are buried at Antioch United Methodist     Church.

PHILLIPS, Leonard
    Living in Campbell in 1830 (30-40) with a wife, 1 daughter & 4 sons.
    He drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Allen's District, Campbell County (Lot 168, 4th Dist., 4th Sect.)
    The 1850 Campbell census lists Leonard (52); Nancy (46); Mary A. (26); Thomas D. (21); Samuel (11) & Susan (7).
    The 1860 Campbell census shows Leonard (62); Nancy (56); Samuel (21) & Mary Ann (37).
    Leonard's will was probated in Campbell 1 June 1868 & names wife, Nancy; sons, Seaborn J., James R. & John W.; daughters, Mary Ann     Denton & Sarah E. Sparks.

PHILLIPS, Levi
    Served on the Coweta County Grand Jury, April 1827.
    Living in Campbell by 1830 (40-50)
    One of 3 appraisers on estate of John Varner 12 Nov. 1836.
    Listed on 1840 (50-60).    
    The 1850 shows: Levi (63); Elizabeth (53, b. NC); Sarah R. (19); Elizabeth Ann (16); Delila W. (14); & H. H. LUMPKIN (35, male, MD)
    The 1860 Campbell census shows an Elizabeth Phillips (60, b. NC) as head of household.  Living with her is Jane Lirres (37).  Levi is not     shown in Campbell in 1860.

PHILLIPS, Samuel P.
    Married Nancy Davis 5 March 1837 in Campbell.
    The 1840 Campbell census shows Samuel (20-30) as head of household with 1 female (60-70, probably his mother).  Obviously Nancy Davis     Phillips died before 1840.
    Samuel P. married Emily A. Brown 22 September 1844.
    The 1850 Campbell census shows: Samuel P. (39, carpenter, b. SC); Emily (26) & Mary E. (1).
    The 1860 lists: Samuel (49); Emmerly (36); Mary E. (12); John R. (9); James A. (4); Howard W. (1); plus James W. EDWARDS (24); Mary     Ann EDWARDS (21); Georgia Ann (7) & William (3).

POLK, Charles S.
    Married Catharine McLarty 7 Nov. 1838 in Campbell.  They were married by Geo. W. McLarty.
    The 1850 Campbell census shows Charles S. (36, b. NC); Catharine (30, b. NC); Sarah E. (8) & James E. (5).
    The 1860 Campbell census lists Charles S. (46); Catherine (38); Sarah (17); James (14) Charles (9) & Catherine (4).

POLLY, Robert
    Purchased Lot 96, Dist. 14 (formerly Fayette) from Jesse Harrison on 1 Oct. 1829, but may not have paid for it because a FiFa in 1832 shows     the property belonged to Jesse Harris (Harrison?) (Deed Bk. A pp. 15 & 270-271).
    Listed on 1830 Campbell census as 40-50 with 1 female (30-40); 3 females (10-15); 1 male (15-20) & 1 male (5-10).
    Purchased goods from the estate of Thomas Bennett 25 Feb. 1831.

PORCH, William
    Wrote & signed his will in Carroll County on 11 Oct. 1828.  The will was probated in Campbell on 30 March 1829, but never recorded.  The will     names: wife, Tempy; son, Sherrard, daughter, Harty Hagan (wife of Edward Hagan); grandchildren, Soryea Hagan, Wm. Porch, Sherrard P.     Hagan & Sarah Porch.
    Sherod (Sherrard) Porch of Campbell purchased Lot 42, Dist. 1 (formerly Carroll) from Miles Bryant of Upson Co. on 5 Jan. 1830.  As a     resident of Meriwether Co., he sold this lot to Stephen James of Campbell on 12 Feb. 1830.  (Deed Bk. A, p. 28 & 97)

POWELL, CAMPBELL
     Married Esther Perry on 29 November 1829 in Campbell.
     The 1830 shows Campbell (30-40) & Esther (15-20).  They are not in Campbell in 1840.

PREWETT, William
    Living in Campbell in 1830 (20-300
    Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Allen's Dist., Campbell County (Lot 261, 9th Dist., 3rd Sect.)

PRUETT, Samuel
    A return on his estate made in 1836 by Elijah Wyatt, Administrator "in right of his wife, Adelia Wyatt."
    Elijah Wyatt, guardian for Francis & Elizabeth Pruett made a return in 1838.  John Edge named Administrator of Estate.

PRICE, Freeman A.
    Living in Campbell in 1830 (30-40) with 1 female (20-30) & 1 male (20-30).
    Married Biddy Wyatt 29 Dec. 1833 in Campbell.

PRICHARD, Philip
    Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a soldier and a resident of Woodruff's District, Campbell County (Lot 76, 7th Dist., 2nd sect.).
    Listed on the 1840 Campbell census as 60-70.
    The 1850 Campbell census shows Philip as 72, b. in SC.  His wife, Jane (50, b. SC); children: Elizabeth M. (20); James T. (18); Elizabeth (20)     & Alsberry W. (24).  The 2nd Elizabeth is prlobably the wife of James T. (see Campbell Marriage Bk. B, p. 139 which shows James Pritchard     married Elizabeth Patterson 4 July 1850.)