Thomas (1805-1848) b. Down or Derry Co., Northern Ireland r. Indiana/O’Hara Twp., Allegheny Co., PA (parents unknown; Farmer) Name listed as “John” on son Thomas Anderson Campbell’s public documents; did he go by this after TAC was born to avoid confusion?
-buried: originally at Pine Creek Presbyterian, then reburied at Greenwood Cemetery, Sharpsburg, O’Hara Twp., in 1904
Mary Crawford (1799-1886) b. Indiana Co., PA; r. Indiana/O’Hara Twp., Allegheny Co. (daughter of Wilson/James and Sarah Campbell Crawford; Homemaker) thought to have lived in a log cabin with parents before marriage to Thomas.
-buried: originally at Pine Creek Presbyterian, then reburied at Greenwood Cemetery, O’Hara Twp., with Thomas in 1904
Children: believed to have been 4 born on O’Hara Twp. farm; only 2 sons left in 1889 when county history was written.
- James Crawford (1832-1910) (m1. Mary Borland, 4 children; m2. Isabella Marshall, 3 children; took over farm after father’s early death and was Tomato supplier for H.J. Heinz; referred to as “The Tomato King”)
-buried: moved his wives, parents, and perhaps brother(s) from Pine Creek Cemetery to Greenwood Cemetery in 1904
- Francis (1833- )
- John B. (1835- ) see notes above
- Thomas Anderson (1837-1925) (m. Jane Ross; Farmer; my great-great grandparents)
-buried: Mt. Royal Cemetery, Allison Park, Allegheny Co., PA
Diane Nichols. Information by Michael Foster. USGenWeb Archives
Notes of Edna Gray. 26 June 1992
Rich Fedoush. #25702824. Find-a-Grave. 2 April 2008
Cemetery records. Greenwood & Mt. Royal
Sharpsburg Presbyterian Church records
Unpublished Thomas Campbell Family Reunion Book of 25 July 1996
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