Phineas Campbell Family

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  • ID: I19
  • _UID: 4950DA0BF53E4005B9E2B323EFA63094C007
  • Name: Phineas Campbell
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1793 in Unknown
  • Death: 10 JUN 1833 in Lunenburg, MA
  • Note: @ age 40 1
  • Burial: Lunenburg, MA (old Cemetary)
  • Note: no marker or headstone 2
  • Occupation: @N33@
  • Education: 3 2
    Resided Lunenburg: 1817-1833,,
  • Note:

    CAVEAT EMPTOR

    Any references found in ***LDS*** records connecting this Phineas to Phineas in Bedford, NH, are ***INACCURATE*** and based on this information.

    Any former connections by George Larson are not proven and should be ignored. He has changed his own records to reflect this.

    Any Research by Tony Viertel of Phineas and his parents, of which I am a direct descendant, is speculative, at best, and not in any manner proven and should not be used in any authentic and historical research as true.
  • Note: 2 4 4 2 5 1

    This is information from my research:

    Moved from Sterling to Lunenburg Autumn of 1818 and lived in the Tavern
    No Campbells in Sterling 1790, 1800 or 1810 Census
    No Campbells in Chocksett Church to 1781
    Appears in Lunenburg, MA 1820 Census, but is not is 1810 Census.
    Nothing new on IGI or Holbrook Microfiche for Pineas or Lunenburg/Sterling
    LIsted as born in Massachusetts by Henry in 1880 Census.
    Listes as born in NH by Daniel in 1880 Census
    Family moved to Nashua maybe and then to Providence, RI.
    Died in Lunenbuerg aged 40, Jun 10, 1833. Reported, States he was a "Captain "but gives no details.
    Not in Records of the Massachusetts Militia in the War of 1812-14, , , , ,, , , , ,Page: Providence, RIPage: District 6, Page 1, Providence, RIPage: Frances Tapley, March 12, 1973 to Mrs. Clifford Cooper
  • Note: 6

    Family Lore says 3 brothers moved from Canada and settled in Cherry Valley. One is located in New York, and the other is a part of an area outside of Worcester, MA.
    From Helen Everett, Oct 18, 1969: My Father ( Ernest Campbell ) said our branch of the Campbells came from three men, brothers, who came over here in 1643. Two settled in Cherry Valley, NY, and the third in Providence. They were connected with the Duke of Argyll (sic).Page: Helen Everett, Oct 18, 1969:
  • Note:

    Book 73, page 338

    Phineahas Campbell Admin. Account

    The account of Laura Campbell, Aministrators of the Estate of Phinehas Campbell late of Lunenburg deseased. She charges herself with the amoungt of te Inventory of said Estate filed in the Probate office $14.10
    Alsome ??? not Inventoried .33
    Also rec. of Eldad Bayley 1.21, Timothy Snow, 1.15, Jacob Marshall, 1.50 sub. Pp.36

    And for .. allowance for cash paid
    Eveh Whiting for a Coffin 3.50
    Emnumd Hast? for a Grave. 1.50
    Dur to Cot. John Pierce for Doctorin deceased in his last sickness to be paid if demand of 7.05 sub. 12.05
    Laura Campbell. Balance 76.31.
  • Military:
    Under the Federal Militia Act of 1792 and State act of 1793 all males 18-45
    were required to serve in the militia. Phineas enrolled at age 18, he
    probably a SGT by 1824 then

    Appointed Ensign, 13 June 1825
    Promoted to LT 14 May 1827
    Promoted to CPT 14 June 1828 and commander Lunenburg company of infantry, 4th
    Regt, 2d Brigade, 6th Division, Massachusetts Militia
    Discharged 9 Mar 1829 due to health and family reasons

    His real reason was that he served the minimum service as an officer and
    could resign

    Lunenburg had two enrolled infantry companies and one light infantry company
    up to 1822 when one enrolled company was disbanded
    The light inf company was disbanded in 1831 probably because it could not
    keep up its strength
    The last company was disbanded in 1840

    There are no existent records for the unit that Campbell commanded that I
    know of; units were not required to have "permanent" records.

    Campbell's lts were:

    LT Thomas Lane
    LT Samuel Hilton Jr

    As I mentioned, the militia met once a year for training on the town green.
    After the War of 1812 there was no threat and interest in the militia waned.
  • Change Date: 17 NOV 2015



    Father: James Campbell

    Marriage 1 Laura Brown b: 13 APR 1797 in Sterling, MA
    • Married: 10 APR 1817 in Sterling, MA
    • Note: Rev. Lemuel Capen (intention Mar 23) 7 8 9 10
    Children
    1. Has Children Laura Anne Campbell b: 29 OCT 1817 in Sterling, MA
    2. Has No Children Frances Phineas Campbell b: 31 JUL 1819 in Sterling, MA
    3. Has No Children Emily Campbell b: 3 APR 1822 in Lunenburg, MA
    4. Has Children Carolyn Campbell b: 27 OCT 1823 in Lunenburg, MA
    5. Has No Children Mary Jane Campbell b: 24 JAN 1826 in Lunenburg, MA
    6. Has Children Henry James Campbell b: 23 OCT 1828 in Lunenburg, MA
    7. Has No Children Daniel Putnam Campbell b: 17 SEP 1830 in Massachusetts

    Sources:
    1. Text: Columbian Centenial, June 1, 1833
      Centenial July 13, 1833
    2. Text: Cunningham's Genealogy Record of Lunenburg; Birth 1A 72
    3. Text: US Census 1820
    4. Type: Census
      Title: Census of 1880
    5. Text: Brown Genealogy File, Sterling Historical Society, Sterling, MA
    6. Type: Letter
      Title: Letter
    7. Text: Clara Mague
      Page: Collection of Information Written ??1913
    8. Type: Book
      Author: Frances Pratt Tapley
      Periodical: Vital Records of Sterling
      Publication: 1976
      Page: ?of Stirling? p. 63
    9. Text: Sterling Records
      Page: Vol 1, p 22 and 42A
    10. Text: Brown Genealogy File, Sterling Historical Society, Sterling, MA
      Page: Document by Frances Tapley, March 11, 1973
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