Archibald Campbell & wife Catherine McPherson Patterson, widow
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Associated Grants/Deeds:
July 1774 - Francis Bottis of South Carolina to Archibald Campbell of Cumberland County, 640A on east side of Drowning Creek about a mile below the old ford, Bladen Co., NC;

• Robeson County, NC deeds;
Letter from Emma Davis dated 1908 from Bradley Buie
1819 Will of Catherine Campbell, Robeson Co., NC;
• 1850 Robeson County, NC Mortality Schedule;


  Archibald Campbell

Birth c.1740 Place Scotland or NC
Chr Place
Death July 1774-1784 Place Bladen/Robeson Co., NC
Burial Place
Father Duncan Campbell Mother Christian Smith
Marriage Place probably Cumberland Co., NC
Other spouses Marriage c.1771
WIFE   Catherine McPherson Patterson, widow
Birth c.1735 Place probably Scotland
Chr Place
Death 1823 Place Robeson Co., NC
Burial Place Robeson Co., NC
Father John McPherson (Argyll Colony) Mother unknown
Other spouses John Patterson, died 1769 Marriage c.1753

Notes: The evidence to support Archibald Campbell having been Catherine Patterson's husband is circumstantial but (1) Catherine did in fact marry a son of Duncan Campbell of Robeson County; (2) John Campbell who was given land by his grandfather Duncan Campbell of Robeson County in 1783 in fact was Catherine's son; (3) Archibald's only known brother, Hugh, had moved to Chesterfield District by 1802 and could not have been her husband. Archibald and Hugh were listed by name as sons of Duncan Campbell in his household in the 1768 Bladen County tax list. Archibald appears to be dead in the 1784 tax list of Bladen County which shows Catherine Campbell with 640 acres and 4 slaves all living in McNeill's district which covered areas north of McPhaul's Mill down to today's Maxton area of Robeson County.

Children Birth Death Spouse Cht #
1. John Campbell
May 1850
Catherine __?__
2. Catherine Campbell
alive 1837?
___?___ Wilkinson (on Wilkinson Swamp in Robeson Co. in 1837 tax list?)