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Margaret Brown Campbell 
1791-1827

[no photo or likeness is extant]

Alexander Campbell's First Wife

GPS Coordinates
N4° 12.327' x WO 80° 32.806'
or D.d. 40.20553,-80.546734
Facing East


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In
Memory Of
Margaret Campbell
wife of
Alexander Campbell
who was born January 29, 1791
and died October 27, A.D. 1827
aged, 36 years, 9 months, and
23 days
She was in truth a good wife, a tender
mother, a faithful and affectionate friend,
She lived the life of a Christian, and died
Full in the hope of a blessed resurrection
unto Eternal life.
The Last Lines She Had Sung Declared Her
Views And Feeling In The Prospect Of Death
and The Grave.
No Terror The Prespect Begets,
I Am Not Mortality's Slave;
The Sunbeam Of Life As It Sets,
Paints A Rainbo Of Peace On The Grave.

 

John Brown
Father Of Margaret Brown Cambell

1761-1835

[No likeness or picture is extant]


In Memory Of
JOHN BROWN ESQ.
The Father Of Margaret
Campbell, born July 4, 1761
died June 24th, 1835,
Aged 74 Years
A Pioneer In The Settlement Of
The West, In Which He Lived
Almost 50 Years. A Citizen,
Temperate, Righteous, & Humane,
He Lived A Christian Life And Died In
The Hope Of Eternal Life.

Ardently Dedicated To The
Restoration Of Primitive
Christianity, He Labored In The
Cause For The Remainder Of His Life.

Say To The Righteous, It Shall Be
Well With Him, For He Shall Eat
Of The Fruit Of His Doing.
                                           Isaiah 3:10

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