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Ancestors of Byron Stanbery

      12. Joseph Mackey, born April 12, 1741 in Sussex Co NJ; died October 19, 1798 in NJ Warren County. He was the son of 24. William Mackey and 25. Mary Mitchell. He married 13. Margaret Wilhelm May 4, 1762 in Sussex Co NJ.

      13. Margaret Wilhelm, born 1742 in Holland; died May 19, 1787 in Bel NJ Warren County.

Notes for Joseph Mackey:
Joseph Mackey was born April 12, 1741 in Sussex Co., New Jersey the son of William Mackey and unknown mother. He married first Margaret Wilhelm (born 1742 unknown location) May 4, 1762 in Sussex Co., New Jersey. Eleven children have been found. Margaret died May 19, 1787 in Warren Co., New Jersey. Joseph died October 19, 1798 also in Warren Co. Both are buried in the churchyard of the First Presbyterian Church of Oxford at Hazen, White Township, 1.5 miles southeast of the town of Belvidere. Margaret died when the youngest child, Sarah was about two and a half years old. According to DAR records Joseph married secondly Rachel Hendershot. His will was recorded October 30, 1798. Joseph of Oxford Township, Sussex Co., New Jersey, Administrators John Mackey and Joseph Mackey Jr., Fellowbondsman John Summers and John Van Dever all of said County. Inventory made October 31, 1798, L 902. 7.6. made by John Summers and Andrew Neigh. May 22, 1799, Mackey, Richard of Sussex Co., Ward, Son of Joseph Mackey, of said County Dec'd; being out of Wardship of his Guardian in Scoccage, makes choice of William Roseburry, Guardian-William Roseburry, of Greenwich Twp. said Co. Fellowbondsman-Balser Carpenter, of said Co. (Michael Roseburry was his sister Margaret's husband).
Joseph served in the Revolutionary War in the First Company, First Regiment of Sussex County. He was commissioned Second Let. July 25, 1775 and was commissioned Captain June 6, 1777. He fought in the Battle of Trenton. His residence at the time was Oxford Township, Sussex County.

Joseph was born April 12, 1741 died Oct.19, 1798 in Warren Co. New Jersey. He is buried there and is listed as a DAR Patriot. Margaret was born 1742 and died 1787. His 2nd wife was Rachel Hendershot. He served as Capt. of the 1st Company, 1st Regiment Sussex Co. New Jersey Militia. Have found seven children.

Believe by 1st wife;

LEWIS born 1776

MARGARET born 1780 died 1816 Married Michael Rosenberry in 1799.

JAMES born 1776 died Oct.9, 1845 in Sandusky, Ohio. He married Hannah. Unknown on children.

JEREMY born 1774 died 1850. Married Madelene Titman.

JOSEPH JR Married Catharina Minnier

JOHN Nothing known.

DIed Harmony, Sussex Co., NJ -Ancestor FIle # 33587429

More About Joseph Mackey:
Comment 1: Buried Oxford Churchyard, Belvidere NJ
Ethnicity/Relig.: St James Luthern Greenwich, Warren Co NJ

  Notes for Margaret Wilhelm:
Place of birth from Ancestor FIle # 33587429

More About Joseph Mackey and Margaret Wilhelm:
Marriage: May 4, 1762, Sussex Co NJ
Children of Joseph Mackey and Margaret Wilhelm are:
  i.   John Mackey, born August 3, 1763; married Catherine Minnier February 1, 1787 in St James Luthern, Greenwich, Warren Co, NJ.
  More About John Mackey and Catherine Minnier:
Marriage: February 1, 1787, St James Luthern, Greenwich, Warren Co, NJ

  ii.   Joseph (Jr.) Mackey, born August 12, 1765 in NJ; married Catharina Minnier *.
  iii.   William Mackey, born November 1, 1767; died May 29, 1848 in Warren Co NJ; married Hannah Hendershot; born November 20, 1773; died March 2, 1847 in Warren Co NJ.
  More About William Mackey:
Ethnicity/Relig.: Buried w/wife & parents Oxford, Warren Co

  More About Hannah Hendershot:
Comment 1: died 74-5-15

  iv.   Elizabeth Mackey, born December 16, 1769; married Larrance Miller.
  v.   Mary Mackey, born January 21, 1772; married William Buskirk.
  vi.   Jeremy Mackey, born January 10, 1774 in NJ; died 1850; married Magdelene Titman; born 1779; died 1857.
  vii.   James Mackey, born February 5, 1776 in NJ; died October 9, 1845 in Sandusky, Ohio; married (1) Elizabeth Wickart; married (2) Hannah VanHorn; died August 3, 1882 in Sandusky, OH; married (3) Catherine Kratzer.
  More About James Mackey:
Comment 1: Bapt 4/21/1776 St James Luthern

  6 viii.   Lewis Mackey, born February 16, 1778 in Belvidere, Warren Co., NJ; died December 22, 1843 in Sandusky, Ohio; married Margaret Campbell.
  ix.   Margaret Mackey, born February 7, 1780; died 1816; married Michael Rosenberry 1799; born 1775; died 1849.
  More About Michael Rosenberry and Margaret Mackey:
Marriage: 1799

  x.   Richard Mackey, born April 16, 1782 in NJ.
  xi.   Sarah Mackey, born November 29, 1784; married Alexander Haslett.

      14. McDonald Campbell, born February 2, 1754 in Somerset Co. NJ or Middlesex Co.NJ; died March 20, 1845 in Morrow Co. OH. He was the son of 28. Alexander (Elisha) Campbell and 29. Mary Ayers. He married 15. Margaret Tingley Aft. 1776 in Somerset Co. NJ.

      15. Margaret Tingley, born Abt. 1737 in Somerset Co. NJ; died Bef. 1790 in bel. NJ. She was the daughter of 30. Ebenezer Tingley and 31. Elizabeth Eunice Gray.

Notes for McDonald Campbell:
Buried Mt. Tabor Cemetery Gilead Twp. Morrow Co. Ohio

DAR 23214
Elizabeth Lea Herbert
Born Sandusky, OH
Wife of William H. Herbert
Descendant of McDonald Campbell, of New Jersey
Daughter of James Davis Lea and Caroline Mackey
Granddaughter of Lewis Mackey and Margaret Campbell
Gr-granddaughter of McDonald Campbell and Margaret Tingley
McDonald Campbell (1754-18450 served as a Fifer under different commands in the New Jersey Militia. He was born in Somerset Co., NJ.

DAR 25496
Mary Stuart Mackey
Born in Sandusky, OH
Daughter of John Mackey and Violetta Mackey
Granddaughter of Lewis Mackey and Margaret Campbell
Gr-granddaughter of McDonald Campbell and Margaret Tingley
McDonald Campbell (1754-1845) enlisted 1775, as a Fifer in the Middlesex Co., NJ. In 1776 he was in the Rangers under Capt. Fitz Randolph when that officer was killed. In 1778 he served as express rider with the rank of lieutenant. He was placed on the pension roll of Trumbell Co., OH in 1831, for the service of express rider, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Somerset Co., NJ, died in Morrow Co., OH.

DAR 43256
Caroline Lea Marsh
Born in Sandusky, OH
Daughter of Henry Edward Marsh and Caroline Mackey Lea
Granddaughter of James Davis Lea and Caroline Mackey
Gr-granddaughter of Lewis Mackey and Margaret Campbell
Gr-gr-granddaughter of McDonald Campbell and Margaret Tingley
Notes same as Elizabeth Lea Herbert

DAR 67772
Elizabeth Herbert Lea Wells
Born Sandusky, OH
Daughter of John Randolph Lea and Marion Alida Johnson
Granddaughter of James Davis Lea and Caroline Mackey
Gr-granddaughter of Lewis Mackey and Margaret Campbell
Gr-gr-granddaughter of McDonald Campbell and Margaret Tingley

Unknown Valentine was his third wife according to DAR # 150264

Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension
McDonald Cmapbell, S2109, NJ & PA line, soldier was born 12 Feb 1754 in Middlesex Co NJ & lived there at enlistment near Perth Amboy NJ, after war soldier married (wife not named) in Somerset Co NJ then moved to Morris Co NJ then to Sussex Co NJ then to Mt. Bethel PA then to Luzerne Co PA near Wilkes-Barre PA then to Huntleystown PA then to Fayette Co PA and in 1827 moved to Harrison Co OH. Soldier applied 13 Apr 1818 Luzerne Co PA a resident of Pittstown PA, in 1832 soldier was a resident of Harrison Vo OH, soldier married 20 March 1845 in Marion (now Morrow) Co OH, in 1820 soldier had wife aged 33 and she had 2 children by former husband, towit: Jesse Valentine, 13 and Jane Valentine age 10, in 1830 soldier and wife had children; Isaac Wilson, 9 Sally Wealls, 5, Almeda 4, Eleanor 2 and Elizabeth no age shown. In 1832 soldier stated he had been married three times, in 1851 surviving children were, Margaret McKay, Archibald Campbell, Hannah Cyphers, Mary Campbell, McDonald Campbell, Rebecca Bond & Millie Marwine, in 1851 a Paul Cyphers was administrator of the soldier's estate but his relationship to soldier's daughter Hannah not stated, a J.K. Cyphers was mentioned 1851

CAMPBELL, MCDONALD. Fifer, Captain Corey's company, First Battalion, Somerset; fifer, State troops; also fifer, Continental Army.
CAMPBELL, MCDONALD. Fifer, Captain Forman's company, Fourth Battalion, Second Establishment; also fifer, militia.

Official Register of the Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War

McDonald was living in Middlesex, New Jersey near Perth Amboy when he enlisted in the
service, 11 November 1775. McDonald was a Fifer for one year in Captain John Conway's
Company, First Battalion, Somerset; fifer State Troops; and fifer, Continental Army, serving the
New Jersey and Pennsylvania Lines. McDonald assisted with the capture of the British vessel
"Blue Mountain Valley," and was in the Battle of Three Rivers. Soon afterward he enlisted and
served as Guide under Colonel Cooke of the Twelfth Pennsylvania Regiment and was involved in
skirmishes at Strawberry Hill and Tappan. He enlisted December 1776, was commissioned
Ensign in January 1777, then commissioned 1st Lieutenant 1 March 1777. McDonald was in
skirmishes at Bonhampton, Piscataway, and Ash Swamp, where he was wounded in the thigh,
and also in the Battle of Short Hills. He served until August 1777 when he resigned his
commission, having served in Captain Fitz-Randolph's and Thomas Combs New Jersey
Companies. McDonald then enlisted 1 May 1778 and served 2 years as Private and Express
Rider in Captain Jonathan Forma's Company, Colonel John Conaway's New Jersey regiment,
and was in the Battle of Monmouth. In 1781 or 1782 McDonald was commissioned Lieutenant
and served 10 months in Captain John Ward's New Jersey Company.

McDonald married his first wife, Mary Tingley about 1776 in Somerset County, NJ and then
moved to Morris County, NJ. After a bit they relocated to Sussex County, NJ, and then to Mt.
Bethel, Pennsylvania, then to Pittston, Luzerne County, PA near Wilkes-Barre, PA. While in
Pittston, and married to 3rd wife, Hannah Valentine, McDonald made application for his war
pension 13 April 1818. Some time after that they then moved to Huntleystown, PA, then to
Fayette County, PA, and in 1827 moved to Harrison County, Ohio.

In 1832, while still residing in Harrison County, OH, McDonald stated for the record that he was
married 3 times and fathered 23 children. After his death, McDonald was buried in the Mt. Tabor
Cemetery near Williamsport, OH. In 1851, McDonald's surviving children were: Margaret
McKay, Archibald Campbell, Hannah Cyphers, Mary Campbell, McDonald Campbell, Rebecca
Bond, and Mille Marwine. Paul Cyphers was the Administrator for McDonald's estate in1851
and Michael Cyphers was the Administrator later, in 1856, upon settling the estate of McDonald
for Arched and Elias Campbell.

[Brøderbund Family Archive #255, Ed. 1, Land Records: AL, AR, FL, LA, MI, MN, OH, WI
1790-1907, Date of Import: 31 Mar 1998, Internal Ref. #]

Patentee Name: Campbell, Mcdonald
Accession Number: OH0580__.479
State: Ohio
Volume: 580
Page: 479
Document Number: 3450
Land Office: Wooster
Aliquot Part Reference: SESW
Section Number: 8
Township: 18 North
Range: 20 West
Meridian/Survey Area: Ohio River Survey
Act/Treaty Authorizing Sale: Sale-Cash Entries
Date Signed: 1 Oct 1839
Acreage: 40.00

Signed: Yes, the document on file at the BLM contains a signature.

Colonel Frelinghuysen's Muster Roll of 1778
Campbell, McDon'd, of Bernard's Township, from Corey's Company, light hair, age 19 years, 5 ft. 5 in. high, enlisted May 4th, joined Capt. Forman's Co., 4th Regiment, on May 21st.
Muster roll of the recruits received from the 5th Battalion of Somerset County Militia in State of N. Jersey Com'd by Col. Fred'k Frelinghuysen who are to serve in the Continent'l Army 9 months from the date hereof.

  Notes for Margaret Tingley:
Lineage on Margaret's ancestors is from history of Tingley family. It seems unlikely that McDonald would have married a woman 17 yrs. his senior. However this is what the history claims.

More About McDonald Campbell and Margaret Tingley:
Marriage: Aft. 1776, Somerset Co. NJ
Children of McDonald Campbell and Margaret Tingley are:
  7 i.   Margaret Campbell, born June 12, 1781 in Belvidere, Warren Co., NJ; died March 12, 1861 in Sandusky, Ohio; married Lewis Mackey.
  ii.   William Campbell, born 1779 in NJ; died 1820 in Oxford Twp. Warren Co. NJ; married Charity(nee Dugan) Blair in NJ.
  More About William Campbell and Charity(nee Blair:
Marriage: NJ

  iii.   Archibald Campbell, born September 16, 1782 in NJ; died January 9, 1856 in Defiance Co. Ohio; married Frances Lunger Abt. 1806 in PA; born February 7, 1788 in PA.
  Notes for Archibald Campbell:
Went by Archer or Arched. Archer and Fanny moved from Unityville, PA to Wayne County, OH and then in 1845 relocated from Wayne County to Defiance County, OH where they lived with their son Lewis M. Campbell and wife Margaret (Gier) Campbell. They remained in Defiance until their deaths.

  Notes for Frances Lunger:
Went by Fanny.

  More About Archibald Campbell and Frances Lunger:
Marriage: Abt. 1806, PA

  iv.   Ann Campbell, born 1783 in NJ; died Bef. 1850 in Oxford Twp. Warren Co. NJ; married Jacob K. Cyphers in Oxford Twp. Warren Co. NJ.
  More About Jacob Cyphers and Ann Campbell:
Marriage: Oxford Twp. Warren Co. NJ

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