NameElizabeth Ann Margaret Stephens
Birth23 Aug 1810, VA420,348,431
Death11 Aug 1897, of Macon, NC420,348
BurialIotla Methodist Church Cemetery, Macon, NC420,348
Misc. Notes
!BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: Iotla Methodist Church Cemetery, Macon, NC420, Elizabeth wife of Coleman Campbell
!CENSUS: 05-Sep-1850 Subdivision 4, Washington, TN, 336/351, Elisabeth A. M. Campbell
!CENSUS: 04-Aug-1860 Burningtown, Macon, NC, 871/888, Elizabeth A. M. Campbell
!CENSUS: 10-11-Sep-1870 Franklin, Macon, NC, 75/84, Elizabeth Campbell
!CENSUS: 1880 Franklin, Macon, NC431, E. A. M. Campbell, parents born VA
!REFERENCE: RootsWeb - Campbell348, Elizabeth Ann Margaret “Betty” Stephens
Spouses
Birth2 Jun 1808, Salem, VA420,348
Death6 May 1882, Macon, NC420,348
BurialIotla Methodist Church Cemetery, Macon, NC420,348
Misc. Notes
!BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: Iotla Methodist Church Cemetery, Macon, NC420, Rev. W. C. Campbell
!CENSUS: 05-Sep-1850 Subdivision 4, Washington, TN, 336/351, Coleman Campbell
!CENSUS: 04-Aug-1860 Burningtown, Macon, NC, 871/888, Coleman Campbell
!CENSUS: 10-11-Sep-1870 Franklin, Macon, NC, 75/84, C. Campbell
!CENSUS: 1880 Franklin, Macon, NC431, parents born Ireland and VA
!OCCUPATION: Minister431; Farmer
!REFERENCE: RootsWeb - Campbell348, William Coleman “Callie” Campbell, “William Coleman Cameron Campbell was born in Salem, Virginia, June 2, 1808. His father (who I'm not yet sure of) was born in Ireland. His mother was born in Virginia. he married Elizabeth A. M. "Betty" Stephens, who was born in (Salem?)Virginia on Aug 23, 1810. By 1839 they were living in eastern Tennessee, where he was a circuit-riding preacher. Over the following years they lived in various parts of eastern Tennessee, Western North Carolina, and possibly back into Giles, Virginia. He finally settled in Macon County, North Carolina sometime in the late 1850's. The children of Coley and Betty were: Joseph, Sarah, George, Charles, Canara, John, and Thomas. Canara died at about 2 years of age. Although John and George left Macon County for short periods of time, and Joseph and George served in the Civil War, all the children settled in Macon County. Four of the Campbell boys married Byrd girls.”
!REFERENCE:http://www.proaxis.com/~littlerip/banning/james1724_6.html
Marriage4 Sep 1837, Botetourt, VA348
ChildrenJoseph Stephen (1839-1915)
 Sarah Lee (1842-1935)
 George Adkius (1844-1919)
 Charles Coleman (1848-1915)
 Canara (~1850-~1852)
 Jonathan P. (~1854-)
 Thomas E. (1855-1927)
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