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The daughter of Amanda M. and Joseph W. Campbell, Sarah E Campbell (ca 1824-1880), married Stephen E. Sampson (b. ca. 1813 in Goochland County). They had 11 children. They were Ella Virginia (ca. 1843-1882) by Sampson from a previous marriage to Ann C. Lindsay, Mary A.(b. 1845), Robert (b. 1848) who was to become an "Attorney and Counsellor" and Principal of the Cismont School for Boys, Julia (b. 1850), Joseph W. (b. 1852), Eudora (b. 1854), Eugene (b. 1855), William (b. 1859), Mildred C. (b. 1863), Sallie (b. 1865) and Stephen F. (b. 1867). Ella Virginia Sampson married the preacher, Wilbur Fisk Davis (b. 1839). They lived in Westmoreland County. Eudora Sampson (b. 1852) married Robert S. Shackelford, they lived in Albemarle County. Susan E. Campbell, the spinster sister of Joseph W. Campbell, lived with the Campbell's and then with her sister Sarah E. and her family.


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