Campbell, Colin

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Campbell, Colin

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  • Colin Campbell, St. Andrews

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d. 1796


A number of Loyalist settlers were named Colin Campbell, but it seems likely that this fonds was created by the Colin Campbell who was the eldest son of the Reverend Colin Campbell, Sr., Rector of Burlington, New Jersey, who arrived in New Brunswick at the end of the American Revolutionary War. Colin Campbell, Jr. was a barrister-at-law at Saint John, N.B., the first clerk of the Crown in the newly-created province of New Brunswick, and the registrar of the Court of Vice Admiralty. In 1781 he married Abigail M. Seabury (d. 1804), a daughter of the Rev. Samuel Seabury, later Bishop of Connecticut. Colin Campbell died on 11 July 1796 at Maugerville, Sunbury County, survived by his wife and two daughters, Maria (Tredwell) and Jane. A daughter Ann Sophia and an infant son predeceased him in 1788 and 1792 respectively.


St. Andrews, Shelburne

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