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CAMPBELL men in the War of 1812

CAMPBELL men in the War of 1812

Posted: 24 Mar 2012 2:18AM GMT
Classification: Query
Does anyone know of any CAMPBELL men who participated in the War of 1812?

Re: CAMPBELL men in the War of 1812

Posted: 24 Mar 2012 5:26AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Campbell

History of the Campbell family

The War of 1812 again called many Campbells to
the colors, the following being among those of the
name who held commissions in the Army during this

Colonel David Campbell, 12th and 20th Regi-
ments and 3rd Brigade ; later, Governor of Virginia.

Colonel John B. Campbell; died of wounds re-
ceived at the Battle of Chippewa.

Lieutenant-Colonel John Campbell.

Major William Campbell.

Major James Campbell.

Captain Henry M. Campbell; mentioned for dis-
tinguished conduct at the Battles of Chippewa and
Niagara Falls.

Captain John Campbell, New York; 26th In-

Captain John Campbell, Virginia.

Captain John Campbell, New York; 13th Infan-

Captain I. Campbell.

94 History of the Campbell Family

Captain James H. Campbell.

Captain Robert Campbell.

Captain Thomas Campbell.

Captain Thomas L. Campbell.

Captain James Campbell.

Lieutenant Caleb B. Campbell.

Lieutenant James Campbell.

Lieutenant John Campbell.

Serving in the Navy were: Midshipman A. S.
Campbell, Surgeon Charles Campbell, Midshipman
Eben Campbell, Captain H. G. Campbell and Mid-
shipman James Campbell.

Re: CAMPBELL men in the War of 1812

Posted: 25 Mar 2012 2:17AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Mar 2012 2:21AM GMT
Surnames: Campbell
My James Campbell was a gunner in navy in the war of 1812
He served on the Constellation and the Constitution.

He later was a captain of one of Jean LaFittes'
ships out of Galveston.

He married Mary Charbaneau aka Mary Crow. Her father was a Ferryman on the Sabine river I think it was.
Crow was her stepfathers name.

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