Re: 1750 Will of Gilbert Campbell & his fam.
Seems to be Isaac Campbell adm of bro. Patrick Campbell.
[[Rockbridge County, VA Deed Book A, p. 350. 6 August 1782 500 lbs 343 Acres Isaac Campbell of Montgomery County, VA to George Brown of Rockbridge County, VA. In consideration of 500 lbs, 343 Acres, adjoining the town of Lexington. Corner John Paxton, line of Willam Moore's alnd, mouth of Wood's Creek, corner William Alexander. Lines include town of Lexington which is not taken onto this conveyance. Signed: Issac Campbell Teste: David Gray Saml. Lapsley Jno. McDowell ]]
[[Rockbridge County, VA Deed Book A., p. 269. 7 June 1780 100 lbs 1/4 Acre Isaac Campbell of Montgomery County, VA to Samuel Moore of Rockbridge. In consideration of 100 lbs, 1/4 Acre, a part of a tract of land which the said Isaac Campbell sold unto Mr. William Brown joining the town of Lexington. Signed: Isaac Campbell Teste: John Bowyer David Hay Samuel Wallace David Gray]]
[[Rockbridge County, VA Deed Book A, p. 122. 6 April 1779 50 lbs 1 1/2 Acres, 20 poles Isaac Campbell of Rockbridge to William Alexander of same. In consideration of 50 lbs, 1 1/2 Acres, 20 poles on Woods Creek. Isaac Campbell promises and grants he is now seized of a good sure and "percet" Estate of Inheritance in fee simple of and in the premises and that he hath good authority to grant and convey. Signed: Issac Campbell Teste: A. Reid]]
[[Rockbridge County, VA Will Book 1, p. 16. Isaac Campbell's Donation (Transcription) We the subscriber's being first Sworn have appraised and valued a certain lot of land late the property of Isaac Campbell lac'd of by Survey for the use of Rockbridge Co. Town to be called Lexington Containing 26 3/4, ten of which said acres sd. Campbell gave gratis for Benefit of sd. Co. Given under our hands and seals this 14 Day of May 1778. Appraised at 250 lbs. Hugh Barclay John Thompson James Gilmore John Caruthers William Ramsey William Paxton Moses Whiteside Henry McClung Alexander McClure Joseph Walker James Lyle Samuel Carruthers]]
[[Page (416) 1782 Isaac Campbell petitions that the County Court of Lincoln would not grant him lands in that County because he could not make proof that he was in public service of the country when the Commissioners sat for the District of Kentucky--in consequence of a certificate from the Court of said County of Lincoln, it is certified that proper proof was made that the said Campbell was in the aforesaid service when the said Commissioners sat for the said District]]