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James Campbell and Anna Osborn of Knox Co., KY; Alexander Campbell of Knox Co., KY

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James Campbell and Anna Osborn of Knox Co., KY; Alexander Campbell of Knox Co., KY

Posted: 8 Feb 2014 3:50PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Campbell, Osborn, Wilson, Creekmore, Meadors, Shelby, Herman (Harmon); Nancy
Looking for info on the ancestry and descendants of this couple:

James Campbell and Anna Osborn:

Children:
Alexander married Elizabeth Wilson;
William married Elizabeth S.;
Jane married Reuben Meadors;
Jeremiah married Milly Wilson;
Elisabeth married Charles Grey Creekmore;
Jasper Newton married Dinah Green Creekmore.

James may be the son of the Alexander Campbell with Will made August 1810 Knox Co., KY. Will Book A.

ALEXANDER CAMPBELL -- Will made August 1810 Knox Co., KY. Will Book A.

To Nathan Shelby, who is to give maintenance to his mother (apparently Jane a daughter of Alexander-LDP);
to Elizabeth Shelby one sorrel mare called fell & chin;
to Jacob Herman the land he lives on ;
to Alexander Campbell, son of James Campbell;
land to James Campbell; to William Campbell, son of James;
to Jean Campbell, a feather bed;
to Jeremiah Campbell;
to to Elizabeth Campbell, daughter of James Campbell;
to Jasper Campbell;
to John Campbell, son of John Campbell;
to Alexander Campbell, son of John Campbell;
to Isaac ?, son of John Campbell,
Alexander Campbell to sell 140 A in Cocke Co TN & divide what it brings Elizabeth Campbell, Srey Campbell, Catherine Campbell, Wm Nancy
Negro boy to Jane Shelby for 2 years- then sold for heirs of Jane Shelby and James Campbell.

Wit: James Cox, Brooker Smith, Josiah Smith.

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WILL OF JAMES CAMPBELL, Whitley Co., KY, Will Book 1, pp. 37-38, will
made 10 April 1829, proved 1831.

I, James Campbell, of the State and County, aforesaid, being sick but of
sound mind and disposing memory, and wishing to dispose of my Worldly Estate,
I, this day my Will is this, that my son William Campbell shall have thirty
acres of my land beginning at my upper course where my land and Maj. -----
Williams land Course on one tree there ----- Williams line to the other Corner
so as to include the thirty acres as wide at one end as it is at the other end.
Also, I will that the balance of my land shall be equally divided between
Jeremiah Campbell and Jasper Campbell both of them, my Sons.
But, yet my beloved Wife is to hold possession of my house and other
buildings and as much of the farm as will support her decently during her life,
and at her death, the house and Other buildings is to fall unto my son Jaspers
part of the land.
And this I will, that my beloved wife shall have my household furniture
and my sorrel mare and her saddle & bridle and a choice Cow and as my hogs as
she will.
Also I ------------------------ Jasper -------------------- of him which
is to be paid out of the balance of my estate.
Also at the sale of my Negro woman, Ann by name, My Wife is to have Sixty
dollars of that.
Also Wm C. Campbell, son of Elizabeth Creekmore, My will is that if he
continues with his Grandmother till he is of age, for him to have his Cow so
called and his bed and furniture.
Also I will that my son James Campbell shall have fifteen dollars money
that he owes me by account.
Also I will that the balance of my estate shall be equally divided
between my Son Alexander Campbell and my daughter Jane Meadors and Elizabeth
Creekmore my daughter.
And now I acknowledge this instrument to be my Will and Testament in the
presence of James Campbell.
Signed, sealed and delivered April the Tenth day in the year of Our Lord
AD one thousand eight hundred and twenty nine.
Attest: Josiah Smith; Brooks Smith.
Proved, 5 June 1831.

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