Abt 1829 - 1882 (~ 53 years)
||Lennox, Elizabeth Jane |
||Essex County, New York 
||25 Nov 1832
||Jay, Essex County, New York
||Elizabeth Jane [--?--] Campbell |
||Keeseville, Town of Ausable, Clinton County, New York 
||14 Feb 1882
||Bedford, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire
||15 Feb 1882
||Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire
Pine Grove Cemetery
||15 Jun 2016 |
||Campbell, John D., b. Aft 1 Jul 1818, Clinton County, New York , d. 19 May 1860, Chesterfield, Essex County, New York (Age < 41 years) |
||Abt 1851 
- 1850 Chesterfield NY Census (16 Sept) shows John B, age 32, living with Joseph Campbell, age 36, Betsy Campbell, age 61, and Joseph Jacus, age 96. So likely John B. Campbell was not yet married.
|+||1. Campbell, Ann B., b. 30 Jan 1852, Keeseville, Town of Ausable, Clinton County, New York , d. 19 May 1896, Nashua, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire (Age 44 years)|
| ||2. Campbell, Charles Henry, b. 1 Nov 1853, Essex County, New York , d. 9 Jun 1861 (Age 7 years)|
|+||3. Campbell, Harriet, b. Abt 1856, Chesterfield, Essex County, New York , d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||4. Campbell, John Jr., b. Abt 1858, Chesterfield, Essex County, New York , d. Jun 1859, Chesterfield, Essex County, New York (Age ~ 1 years)|
| ||5. Campbell, Jane, b. 12 Apr 1860, Keeseville, Town of Ausable, Clinton County, New York , d. 23 Jun 1947, Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire (Age 87 years)|
||19 Dec 2018 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
A sad timeline emerges for the first ten years of the married life of Elizabeth Jane Campbell. She and husband John had five children, Ann born 1852, Charles born 1853, Harriet born about 1856, John Jr. born about 1858 and Jane born in 1860. John Jr. died after 11 months of scrofula illness in 1859, husband John died in 1860 after five years of consumption, and Charles died in 1871.
On the New York Census for 1865 Elixabeth Jane, now known as Eliza, shows as an employee for James W. Taggard in Chesterfield, New York, and living in his boarding house with daughters Ann and Hattie. In 1870 the U. S. Federal Census shows her as a domestic servant in a boarding house in Manchester, New Hampshire and daughter Hattie living with her. There is no record of Ann's whereabouts. In 1880 the Federal Census shows Eliza living in Bedford, New Hampshire, with husband James F. Heselton, daughter Hattie and grandson John D. Campbell.
- [S114] Campbell, Kleber - correspondence.
- [S620] 1860 US Census - NY: Essex County.