Campbell, Donald Dan

Birth Name Campbell, Donald Dan
Gender male

Events

Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth about 1780    
 

Parents

Relation to main person Name Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Campbell, Daniel Donald
Mother Fullerton, Margaret
    Brother     Campbell, Archibald
    Brother     Campbell, William
    Sister     Campbell, Elizabeth
    Sister     Campbell, Barbara
         Campbell, Donald Dan
    Sister     Campbell, Jane
    Sister     Campbell, Mary
    Brother     Campbell, John

Families

    Family of Campbell, Donald Dan and Murray, Jane
Married Wife Murray, Jane
   
Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Marriage March 13, 1812 Prince Edward Island, Canada  
 
  Children
  1. Campbell, Archibald
  2. Campbell, Donald
  3. Campbell, Margaret
  4. Campbell, John
  5. Campbell, Alexander C

Narrative

This is not the complete family. Undocumented family trees have Archibald b. 1817; John b. 1819; Margaret b. 1820; Donald b. 1820; Mary Jane b. 1822; William b. 1822; George b. 1824; Daniel b. 1830; Alexander b. 1832.

History of Freetown says:
John Campbell (1819-1883) the ancestor of the Freetown Campbells was born in Lot 16, Prince County, the son of Donald Campbell II and his wife, Jane Murray of North Bedeque, and grandson of Donald Campbell and David Murray, United Empire Loyalists.
Donald II was drowned on his way to church on a Sunday morning leaving a wife and a family of young children. John grew up in the home of his grandfather, David Murray, in North Bedeque. He married on 24 Aug. 1843, his cousin Ann Rix (1820-1895), daughter of Benjamin and Mary (Murray) Rix of North Bedeque. B

Narrative

Record from the PARO Collections Database
Item Number RG5/S4/2 (2)/45
File Year 1787
Name Angus Cameron
Address Lot 16

Description Petitioners arrived on this Island 1785 and made a petition for land at that time which was rejected. Have since taken possession of land offered on Lot 16 and have made considerable improvements. Request licenses of occupation for 500 acres each for Loyalists Angus Cameron and Daniel Campbell who both have families, and 300 acres each for John Cook and Alexander Cameron

Governor Edmund Fanning
Date Petition Considered by Council 6 August [1787]
Council's Decision Granted, not interfering with prio grants on location; 500 acres each for Angus Cameron and Daniel Campbell and 200 acres each for John Cook and Alexander Cameron
Other Petitioners Daniel Campbell, John Cook, Alexander Cameron,
Notes Angus Cameron and Daniel Campbell were Loyalists. John Cook and Alexander Cameron were "late of the 42nd Regiment" Subjects

LAND

Attributes

Type Value Notes Sources
Merged Gramps ID I16354
 

Pedigree

  1. Campbell, Daniel Donald
    1. Fullerton, Margaret
      1. Campbell, Barbara
      2. Campbell, William
      3. Campbell, Jane
      4. Campbell, John
      5. Campbell, Archibald
      6. Campbell, Elizabeth
      7. Campbell, Donald Dan
        1. Murray, Jane
          1. Campbell, Archibald
          2. Campbell, Margaret
          3. Campbell, John
          4. Campbell, Alexander C
          5. Campbell, Donald
      8. Campbell, Mary