Note: Munsell's 1883 History of Tioga county John Campbell, John and Samuel Hazlett, James and Joseph Campbell, George W. Phelps, Walter Bottom, Samuel Rathbun, John Vroman, Amariah Hammond, Richard Ellison and James Ryan were the first to make permanent settlements. * * * * www.rootsweb.com/~srgp/1897/ch60d.htm 1897 Tioga County History Chapter 60 Part Four - Biographies CHAPTER LX.
JOSEPH CAMPBELL, SR., a native of Scotland, came from the north of Ireland to Pennsylvania, in 1810, locating in what is now Nelson borough, Tioga county, on the farm now owned by his grandson, Joseph D. Campbell, where he resided until his death. His wife was Mary Harper, and their children were as follows: John, Sally, who married Samuel Hazlett; Jane, who married John Hazlett; William, who died young; Joseph, Elizabeth, who married Richard Ellison; James, and Mary, who married a Mr. Gibson. Mr. Campbell was a very strict Presbyterian, and it is said that in maple-sugar season he would turn over his sap-buckets on Saturday night, and would not permit any work to be performed on the Sabbath day, even forbidding the cooking of food for family use. In politics, he was a Democrat. * * * See his mii-bio at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~capane/CampbellJoseph1748.html
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