Descendants of John Campbell


Generation No. 1

1. John Campbell was born in Scotland. According to the 1798 Census of Lot 47, John Campbell's household consisted of 2 males under 16 years of age, 1 male from 16 to 60 years of age, 1 female under 16 years of age and 1 female from 16 to 60 years of age. Some of the information in this report was obtained from John Campbell's Will.


Children of John Campbell are:

+2i.Hugh Campbell, (Hugh Campbell's Will) born in Scotland.
+3ii.Malcolm Campbell, born in Scotland.
4iii.Mary Campbell.

Generation No. 2

2. Hugh Campbell was born in Scotland. He married Ann MacPhee.


Children of Hugh Campbell and Ann MacPhee are:

+5i.Donald H. Campbell, born 1811.
6ii.Neil Campbell.
+7iii.Sarah Campbell, born 1816; died 20 December 1897 in Elmira, PE.
+8iv.Joseph G. Campbell, born 1817; died 06 January 1883 in Elmira, PE.
9v.Raymond Campbell, born January 1819; died 12 July 1890 in Elmira, PE.
+10vi.John H. Campbell, born 1821; died 22 March 1902 in Elmira, PE.
11vii.Catherine Campbell, born 1826.
12viii.John William Campbell, born 1827; died 28 January 1888 in Elmira, PE.
+13ix.Malcolm Campbell, born 1833 in Elmira, PE; died 27 September 1859 in Georgetown, PE.
+14x.Ann (Nancy) Campbell, born 1834; died 02 November 1906 in Elmira, PE.
+15xi.Mary Campbell, born 08 December 1839 in Elmira, PE.

3. Malcolm Campbell was born in Scotland. He married (1) Ann MacDonald. He married (2) Margaret "Peggy" MacIntyre (MacGillivray?).


Children of Malcolm Campbell and Ann MacDonald are:

16i.Neil Campbell, born 1803; died 06 January 1862 in Souris, PE.
+17ii.John Campbell, born 1810; died 02 April 1884 in Elmira, PE.

Children of Malcolm Campbell and Margaret "Peggy" MacIntyre (MacGillivray?) (Peggy's Will) are:

+18i.John P. "Johnnie Peggy" Campbell, born 1832; died 30 March 1919 in North Lake, PE.
19ii.Martina Campbell, born 1835; died 16 October 1919 in North Lake, PE.
20iii.Donald Campbell.
21iv.Mary Campbell.

Generation No. 3

5. Donald H. Campbell was born 1811. He married Teresa Steele, daughter of John Steele and Mary Morrison, 12 February 1844 in St. George's Church, Kings County, PE.


Children of Donald Campbell and Teresa Steele are:

22i.Elizabeth Campbell, born 18 February 1846 in North Lake, PE. She married Donald (Daniel) MacPhee, son of John (Miller) MacPhee and Ann MacGillivary, 11 May 1874 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.
23ii.Catherine Ann Campbell, born 10 June 1848 in North Lake, PE. She married Samuel Thibodeau.
24iii.John D. Campbell, born 09 June 1850 in North Lake, PE.
25iv.Mary Jane Campbell, born 1854 in North Lake, PE.
26v.Andrew Hugh Campbell, born Abt. 24 November 1856 in North Lake, PE; died 16 May 1896 in South Boston, Mass.
27vi.Malcolm Peter Campbell, born 17 June 1860 in North Lake, PE; died 31 March 1908 in Providence, Rhode Island. He married Elizabeth Jane Barrie 08 October 1895 in Pontiac Village, Warwick, Rhode Island - information received from Sheila Peckham.

7. Sarah Campbell was born 1816, and died 20 December 1897 in Elmira, PE. She married John MacPhee, son of Lauchlin MacPhee and Mary MacPhee.


Children of Sarah Campbell and John MacPhee are:

28i.Mary Ann MacPhee, born 01 February 1850 in Elmira, PE; died 22 August 1926 in Elmira, PE.
29ii.Allan MacPhee, born 29 June 1851 in Elmira, PE; died 22 June 1928 in Elmira, PE.
30iii.Archibald John MacPhee, born 01 January 1853 in Elmira, PE; died 16 April 1934. He married Catherine MacPhee, daughter of John MacPhee and Catherine MacDonald, 16 October 1888 in St. Margaret's Church, St. Margaret's, PE.
31iv.Raymond MacPhee, born 07 August 1856 in Elmira, PE; died 15 June 1942 in Elmira, PE. He married Katherine Campbell, daughter of John Campbell and Ann Collins, 21 January 1884 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.

8. Joseph G. Campbell was born 1817, and died 06 January 1883 in Elmira, PE. He married Margery MacDonald, daughter of Donald "Og" MacDonald and Mary Ann Gillis, 18 July 1842, marriage recorded at St. Augustine's Church, Rustico, PE.


Children of Joseph Campbell and Margery MacDonald are:

32i.Theresa Campbell, born 12 October 1842 in Grand River West, PE; died 24 January 1929 in Elmira, PE.
33ii.Hugh J. Campbell, born 07 June 1844 in Grand River West, PE; died 12 November 1926 in Elmira, PE.
34iii.Daniel Campbell, born 17 November 1846 in Elmira, PE; died 02 March 1926 in Somerville, MA. He married Maria Riley.
35iv.John Joseph Campbell, born 05 June 1848 in Elmira, PE; died 11 August 1937 in Elmira, PE. He married Mary Annabella Campbell, daughter of Dougald Campbell and Ann MacPhee, 09 September 1890 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.
36v.Neil Campbell, born 20 November 1853 in Elmira, PE; died 1929 in Roxbury, Mass.. He married Agnes Campbell.
37vi.Mary Campbell, born Abt. 03 August 1856 in Elmira, PE; died 23 December 1891 in North Lake, PE. She married John Joseph MacPhee, son of Joseph MacPhee and Mary MacDougall, 01 February 1888 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.

10. John H. Campbell was born 1821, and died 22 March 1902 in Elmira, PE. He married Christena MacInnis 21 February 1871 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE, daughter of John MacInnis and Mary MacInnis.


Child of John Campbell and Christena MacInnis is:

38i.Mary Ann Campbell, born 15 June 1873 in Elmira, PE; died 15 March 1915 in Elmira, PE. She married Daniel Berchmans Murphy, son of Michael Murphy and Maria Fisher, 04 October 1898 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.

13. Malcolm Campbell was born 1833 in Elmira, PE, and died 27 September 1859 in Georgetown, PE. He married Ann J. Thornton 08 February 1857, daughter of Edward Thornton and Flora MacDonald.


Children of Malcolm Campbell and Ann Thornton are:

39i.Elizabeth Campbell, born 22 October 1857 in Georgetown, PE.
40ii.Jessie Campbell, born 23 March 1860 in Georgetown, PE. She married John A. MacDonald, son of Allan L. MacDonald and Mary Campbell of Lakeville/North Lake, PE.

14. Ann (Nancy) Campbell was born 1834, and died 02 November 1906 in Elmira, PE.


Child of Ann (Nancy) Campbell is:

41i.Mary Campbell, born 1858 in Elmira, PE; died 14 December 1923 in 195 Marlboro St., Boston, Mass.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1923
IN MEMORIAM:
On December 14th at 195 Marlboro St., Boston, Mass, Mary Campbell, for 40 years a beloved and respected member of the household of Francis W. Chandler. Services at 8 Marion St., Somerville at 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec 16th. Burial at P. E. Island.
(The above announcement is copied from the "Boston Globe" Dec. 16th)
Deceased was a native of North Lake, P. E. Island. She went to Boston, Mass., about 43 years ago, and (as stated above) lived with the same people for 40 years. Although her illness was short she was granted the greatest of all earthly blessings, a happy death, and fortified by the Last Sacraments of the Holy Catholic Church, which was administered by her parish Priest, and Father confessor. Her many amiable qualities of head and heart gained for her a large circle of relatives and friends to whom her sudden and unexpected death was a painful shock. It can be truly said of her that many have lost a true friend but none has lost an enemy.
Her remains accompanied from Boston by her cousin, Mrs. John A. McDonald, Miss Carrie Mulin and Miss Annie McPhee, arrived at Elmira at noon, Dec. 19th and were conveyed to the residence of J. J. Campbell, where they remained until 9:30 a.m. on the 20th, when the funeral took place to St. Columba Church. Requiem High Mass was celebrated by Rev. R. J. McDonald, P.P., who also officiated at the grave. The pallbearers were Daniel Murphy, D. A. Campbell, Joseph Harris, Stephen Keefe, Raymond McPhee and A. P. McPhee. May her soul rest in peace.

15. Mary Campbell was born 08 December 1839 in Elmira, PE. She married Patrick Cullen, son of Thomas Cullen and Johanna McArthy, 27 April 1874 in St. Dunstan's Cathedral, Charlottetown, PE. Patrick Cullen died 8 October 1906 in St. Paul, Minnesota.

THE DAILY PATRIOT, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1906
LOCAL NEWS
The remains of the late Patrick Cullen of this city arrived from Minneapolis last evening accompanied by Mr. John A. Cullen, a son of the deceased. The late Mr. Cullen left here about a month ago to visit his sons, Rev. Thomas E. Cullen and John, who reside in Minneapolis. He was only there a week when he was taken ill with acute stomach trouble which developed into cancer. He was operated on and was doing well when pneumonia set in, to which he finally succumbed. Mr. Cullen was born in County Wexford, Ireland, and had lived in Prince Edward Island since the age of ten years. For sixteen years he was keeper of the Court House in this city, afterwards he engaged in business. Mr. Cullen was in the fifty-eighth year of his age. He was a stalwart man of somewhat reserved disposition, but by all who knew him he was justly regarded as an upright citizen who will be greatly missed not only in his family but also in the community. His widow who was with him at the time of his death and a family of three sons, namely, Rev. Thos. E. Cullen, John A. and Joseph P. all now residing in Minneapolis are left to mourn. To the bereaved widow and family we extend our most respectful sympathy. The funeral will take place from Mr. Cullenís late residence Fitzroy Street, east, at 2.30 p.m. tomorrow, Sunday afternoon to St. Dunstanís Cathedral thence to the R. C. Cemetery.

Children of Mary Campbell and Patrick Cullen are:

42i.Rev. Thomas Angus Cullen, born 20 September 1874 in Charlottetown, PE.
43ii.John Archibald Cullen, born 10 January 1877 in Charlottetown, PE. He married Anna C. //, born 1879 in Wisconsin of Norwegian parents. John Archibald, his wife, one child, John T., aged 11 months, and John Archibald's mother were living in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, in the same household when the 1920 census was taken.
44iii.Annie Winifred Cullen, born 05 April 1881 in Charlottetown, PE.
45iv.Joseph Patrick Cullen, born 26 December 1884 in Charlottetown, PE.

17. John Campbell was born 1810, and died 02 April 1884 in Elmira, PE. He married (1) Catherine MacInnis. He married (2) Ann Collins, daughter of William Collins and Honora Buckley.

THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1884
DEATH:
Of all the beautiful ceremonies of the Catholic Church, the Mass of Requiem and Office for the Dead are the most beautiful and touching. Particularly sad and solemn appeared they on Friday, April the 4th, to the large throng assembled in the Church of St. Columbia, East Point, for the purpose of paying the last tribute of affection to all that was mortal of John Campbell, Esq., who died at Elmira, Lot 47, on the 2nd inst., at the age of 74 years. Deceased was a man of many virtuous and estimable qualities, loving towards his friends, generous towards his neighbors, and charitable towards the poor. He was an Elder of his parish church for the greater part of his life, an office which he filled with the greatest fidelity. His cheerfulness and exemplary disposition won for him a large circle of friends. But death knows no distinction; all must go when summoned. His hour had come and Almighty God, in His inscrutable wisdom, saw fit to take him to Himself, to free him from the pain and sorrow of this pilgrimage; and call him to the reward, He has promised all faithful souls, who suffer for His sake. His suffering during illness was intense in the extreme; but encouraged by the kind administrations of his loving wife and family, to bear it heroically in commemoration of the sufferings of our Divine Saviour, he accepted it without murmur, with patience and fortitude like unto a martyr, and was rewarded by a peaceful and happy death, surrounded by his family, and fortified with the armor of God administered to him many times during his illness. He died as he lived: at peace with God and man. He leaves a sorrowing widow, three sons, six daughters, and a number of relatives and friends, to mourn a kind and loving husband and father, and a generous and hospitable neighbor. We sincerely hope and trust that the prayers of the faithful in his behalf will receive favor from Almighty God, that He will have mercy on his soul, grant him eternal rest, and give his family the grace to bear their affliction with Christian fortitude. - R.I.P.
The 1841 census of Lot 47 lists in succession Malcolm Campbell, Hugh Campbell, Malcolm Campbell and John Campbell. The household of John Campbell consists of 2 males under 16, 1 male 16 to 45, 3 females under 16 and 1 female 16 to 45. John Campbell's Will.


Children of John Campbell and Catherine MacInnis are:

46i.George Campbell, born 14 April 1837 in North Lake, PE.
47ii.Joseph Campbell, born 8 December 1839 in North Lake, PE; died 31 January 1896 in Brooklyn, N.Y.
THE DAILY EXAMINER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1896
DEATH: At Brooklyn, N.Y., on Jan. 31st, Joseph Campbell, in the 56th year of his age. Deceased was the son of the late John Campbell, Esq., of Elmira, Lot 47. In the year 1861 he left his native home and went to Boston, where he remained a short time. Thence he went to Brooklyn, N.Y., where he received a position on the police force, which he occupied until the year 1885, when he was appointed court officer, a position he filled with general satisfaction until his death. He was a man of mild and genial disposition, and was greatly beloved by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance. R.I.P.
48iii.Christy Campbell.
49iv.Mary Campbell.
50v.Elizabeth Campbell.

Children of John Campbell and Ann Collins are:

51i.Katherine Campbell, born 1851 in Elmira, PE; died 05 January 1944 in Elmira, PE. She married Raymond MacPhee, son of John MacPhee and Sarah Campbell, 21 January 1884 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.
52ii.Johanna Campbell, born 03 January 1853 in Elmira, PE; died 01 September 1921 in Bothwell, PE. She married James Roland MacDonald, son of Ronald MacDonald and Ann MacInnis, 21 January 1884 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.
53iii.Malcolm John Campbell, born 06 September 1854 in Elmira, PE; died 02 March 1928 in Elmira, PE. He married Ann Elizabeth Campbell, daughter of Peter Campbell and Christina Brown, 05 October 1886 in St. Margaret's Church , St. Margaret's, PE.
54iv.Honora Campbell, born 01 September 1856 in Elmira, PE; died 18 July 1936 in North Lake, PE. She married ∆neas Bernard Campbell, son of Dougald Campbell and Ann MacPhee, 06 October 1890 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.

18. John P. "Johnnie Peggy" Campbell was born 1832, and died 30 March 1919 in North Lake, PE. He married Elizabeth MacPhee 03 February 1863 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE, daughter of Neil MacPhee and Elizabeth MacKinnon.


Children of John Campbell and Elizabeth MacPhee are:

55i.Margaret Campbell, born 1863 in North Lake, PE; died 10 April 1939 in Lawrence, Mass. She married Raymond Kenyon.
56ii.Mary Elizabeth Campbell, born 09 May 1863 in North Lake, PE.
57iii.Mary Catherine Campbell, born 12 June 1864 in North Lake, PE; died 26 July 1947 in Elmira, PE. She married William Henry Harris, son of Thomas Harris and Johanna Rath, 04 March 1889 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.
58iv.Clothilde "Tillie" Campbell, born 05 June 1867 in North Lake, PE; died 02 May 1959 in Priest Pond, PE. She married Donald F. Keays, son of John Keays and Margaret MacDonald, Aft. 31 March 1901 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.
59v.Dorothy M. Campbell, born 15 December 1870 in North Lake, PE; died 03 October 1922 in Lakeville, PE. She married James ∆. "Jimmie Paddy" MacInnis, son of Patrick MacInnis and Mary MacPhee, Aft. 1901.
60vi.∆neas George Campbell, born 27 April 1874 in North Lake, PE; died 10 September 1923 in North Lake, PE.
61vii.Frances Campbell, born 12 June 1876 in North Lake, PE.
62viii.Annie Thecla Campbell, born 28 February 1879 in North Lake, PE; died 19 February 1959 in Elmira, PE. She married Wallace Murphy, son of Michael Murphy and Maria Fisher, 16 February 1909 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.
63ix.Lucina May Campbell, born 07 April 1884 in North Lake, PE.



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