Notes for William Tietsworth CAMPBELL: Came to Cincinnatti, Ohio in 1812; remained in the State until 1817 when he and 2 others began a pilgrimage to the "Keystone State; they walked 550 miles. See History of Morrow Co, Ohio, P 690 (Teacher - Farmer-Sawyer.)
William T. Campbell taught school and vocal music in winter, around 1822, according to The History of Morrow Co. by Baughman (Vol 1, p. 398) He was the 2nd teacher in a log school, "located a little SE of Center Corners"> This spot is now vacant, about 1000 ft East of Interstate 71 at mile marker 153, on Co Rd 121. He ran a sawmill and farmed. Did weaaving in his spare time. Lived in Franklin Twp, Morrow Co, OH. Had a 350 acre farm, 300 acres of which was apparently divided between sons William E. and Andrew Jackson a number of years before his death. He was a member of the M.E. Church at Pulaskiville, which is located in Franklin Twp, Morrow Co, OH, just South of Co Rd 109 on Co Rd 98.
His 2nd son, William E. is listed in Morrow Co. history as an "engineer" in the Civil War.
His Will, in Probate Court, Morrow Co, Vol 4 was made 15 Jun 1888, just 9 days before his death. In it he gave to his wife, Mary $1, 000 which was to come from the sale of his remaining 50 acres.
Daughters - Mary A. Linn $300 Jane Blaney 300 Sarah Hulb 300 Mina Fletcher 300 Lodema M. Barnhard 368 (an advancement made to her with interest)
Sons - Levi 100 William E. and Andrew Jackson -- "Having received all of my estate I ever intended to leave them, I therefore give them nothing."
More About William Tietsworth CAMPBELL: Burial: Abt. June 28, 1888, Methodist Cemetery, Pulaskiville, Morrow Co, Ohio.
More About William Tietsworth CAMPBELL and Mary HARRIS: : February 20, 1873, Franklin Twp, Morrow Co. OH.
More About William Tietsworth CAMPBELL and Sarah CAMPBELL: : May 10, 1818, Morrow Co. OH.
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