A History of Uniontown: The County Seat of Fayette County, Pennsylvania Author: Hadden, James, 1845-1923, Uniontown, PA JAMES HADDEN – author of Washington's & Braddock's Expeditions Akron, Ohio: Printed by the New Werner Co., 1913
Pg. 164 JOHN CAMPBELL was born in Hagerstown, Md., Feb. 5, 1778, and came to Uniontown with his parents in 1792.On December 13th, 1821, he was married to MISS ELIZABETH COULTER of Greensburg, Pa., by whom he had two children; RICHARD, who was born Feb. 3, 1823, and who died July 1, 1828, and MARY, who became the wife of SAMUEL DUNCAN OLIPHANT, and had ten children, all boys. She died at Trenton, N. J.JOHN CAMPBELL died in Uniontown, July 27, 1842, in the 65th year of his age.
Before the death of JOHN CAMPBELL, his brother, DR. HUGH CAMPBELL, moved his drug store into this room, and it was continuously used as a drug store by different proprietors until 1883, when the First National Bank of Fayette County purchased the property and converted it into a banking room.