Vital Statistics[edit | edit source]
- Sex : Male
- Born: Abt [[ | ]], 1823
Parents[edit | edit source]
Siblings[edit | edit source]
Spouses[edit | edit source]
- Spouse: Ann Lamb (1816-1894)
Offspring[edit | edit source]
- Child: Isabella Campbell (1859-1924)
- Child: Kesty Campbell (1859-1871)
- Child: John Francis Campbell (1865-1909)
Biography[edit | edit source]
Miner at Junction Point...Abercrombie River NSW Australia (around the crossing of Abercrombie on road between Trunkey Creek and Tuena, Binda, Crookwell NSW.
Contributors[edit | edit source]
Yewenyi 10:18, 12 Sep 2005 (UTC)
Mark Francis Campbell 2009
Sources[edit | edit source]
- Thomas R Hellwege Crookwell Settlers
Francis Campbell[edit | edit source]
Born[edit | edit source]
Halifax Nova Scotia Canada.
Moved to Binda/Junction Point in NSW Australia (dates to be added)
To Australia on the Calcutta 1837[edit | edit source]
Age 15, Criminal transport ship.
Occupation in Australia[edit | edit source]
Was a miner.
Married[edit | edit source]
Married Ann Lamb in 1865 at Binda NSW Australia
Children[edit | edit source]
Had 3 Children - Isabella, Kesty and John.
Kesty died at age 11 or 12 at Markdale.
Isabella married Josiah Eldridge.
John married Eliza Godden.
Questions[edit | edit source]
Not known where Francis is buried - he is not buried with his wife Ann. Possibly buried in unmarked grave at Markdale Cemetary, Crooked Corner NSW Australia.
Perhaps he died in a mining accident at Junction Point.
Not known why he came to Australia from Canada.
Many of his decendents are still in the areas of Binda Crookwell and Bathurst NSW Australia.
Possibly related to Jack Campbell. Jack lived on Mulgowrie Rd...now paddock at Markdale called Big Campbells.
What was his crime. Did he come from Canada on the Calcutta?