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Text:"... was an active n^cn^ber of tho Worcester County Musical Association, aud for yoars one of its directors. Mr. DuncanGreenCampbell, son of Judge John A. Campbell, died at Washington March 13th, aged fifty years..."
Date:Apr 8 1888
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., DuncanGreenCampbell though a Caro- linian and a graduate of the Unl- evrsitv of North Carolina In 1807, moved to Georgia the following vcai having been elected presl- i dent of a college for women. La..."
Date:Feb 27 1921
Publication:Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America
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Text:"... Convention, November 1789, at which time the Convention was ratiled. His son, DuncanGreenCampbell, was born in North Carolina, February 17, 1787. He graduated from the State University in the Qass of 1807..."
Date:1917
Place:Alabama, USA
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Text:"... Colston, wife o fMr. Frederick M. Colston, of Baltimore. His only son, DuncanGreenCampbell, died several years before the death of his father. Judge Campbell was a communicant and regular attendant upon..."
Date:1917
Place:Alabama, USA
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Text:"..., 233 Camp Parole, 86 Campbell, DuncanGreen, 292 Campbell, Ella (Calvert), Mrs. DuncanGreen, 292 Campbell, John A., 292 Campbell, L. A., 91 Campbell, Thompson, 191, 192 Camphor, Rachel, 151 Camphor..."
Date:1950
Place:Maryland, USA
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Text:"... Campbell.quot; 1 John Archibald Campbell, son of DuncanGreenCampbell and his wife, Mary Williamson Campbell, 1 Atlanta Constitution, January 10, 1910...."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... of Georgia. DuncanGreenCampbell married Mary William son, youngest daughter of Micajah Williamson, Lieutenant-Colonel of the Georgia Regiment com manded by Colonel Elijah Clarke, which became famous..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... father, DuncanGreenCampbell, moved to Georgia in 1808 and there married Mary Williamson, the daughter of Lieut.-Col. Micajah Williamson, Revolutionary leader - and Sarah (Gilliam) Williamson. Sarah..."
Date:1943
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of the United States through the long period of their existence, without the imputation of dishonorable conduct ever having been imputed to them. Proud amongst these was DuncanGreenCampbell." ^ John Archibald..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
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Text:".... Kate L. (202 v p 180 Vol. XI) b. Sept. 1, 1847, m (1 ) June 1, 180,), DuncanGreenCampbell of Mansfield, De Soto Parish, La. b Twiggs CO., Geor. June 23, 1838, d. Oct. 2, 1872, son of Archibald Murphy..."
Date:1901
Publication place:Elliot, Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... Constitution. He was also Judge of the Admiralty Court. ^ DuncanGreenCampbell, son of John A. Campbell, was bom in North Carolina, February 17, 1787. He was graduated from the University of North Carolina..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
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Text:"... of Georgia. DuncanGreenCampbell married Mary Williamson, youngest daughter of Micajah Williamson, Lieutenant-Colonel of the Georgia Regiment commanded by Colonel EUjah Clarke, which became famous..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
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Text:"... of the United States through the long period of their existence, without the imputation of dishonorable conduct ever having been imputed to them. Proud amongst these was DuncanGreenCampbell. ^ John Archibald..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1920
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Text:"..., DuncanGreenCampbell, died several years prior to the death of his father. He left surviving four daughters, Mrs. Henrietta Lay, widow of Colonel George W. Lay; Mrs. Kate Groner, wife of Colonel V. D..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
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Text:"... Constitution. He was also Judge of the Admiralty Coiuii.^ DuncanGreenCampbell, son of John A. Campbell, was bom in North Carolina, February 17, 1787. He was graduated from the University of North Carolina..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1920
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Text:"... Constitution. He was also Judge of the Admiralty Court. 1 DuncanGreenCampbell, son of John A. Camp bell, was born in North Carolina, February 17, 1787. He was graduated from the University of North Carolina..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., Pjttsfield, Mass. Kate L. (202 v p 180 Vol. XI) b. Sept. 1, 1847, m (1) June 1, 1805, DuncanGreenCampbell of Manstield, De Soto Parish, La. b Twiggs co., Ceor. June 2J, 18J8, d. Oct. 2, 1872, son..."
Date:1893
Publication place:Elliot, Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... the bride of DuncanGreenCampbell (1835-1888) at Riversdale, September 3, 1861. He was the son of John A. Campbell, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, later Secretary of War..."
Date:1950
Place:Maryland, USA
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Text:"....Gniupr-oll. Tho remains of tho Into DuncanGreenCampbell, son of Judgo John A. Camp-boll, who died In this city on March 13, aged CO years, arrived at the Union Depot, Baltimore, yesterday afternoon, qnd wero..."
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