Sarah (surname unknown) was born about 1787. She and Norman Campbell were married about 1800. Norman died in the Spring of 1820 leaving children, Margaret b.abt 1800; Christian b.c1810; John b. c1812; Angus Alexander b. c1814; and Daniel William (1816-1872)

Sarah is believed to have remarried abt.1822 (unknown) McKinnon. This couple became the parents of Sarah McKinnon, b. April 1821 m. 1850 George Walters, b. April 1820; (Sara Walters died Nov. 1, 1901. Bur. McKinnon Cemetery)

Capt. J. Geo. W. McKinnon (b. 1825 d. 1897 m. January 30, 1851, Margaret Stewart (b. 1826 d. 1899); and (possibly)William McKinnon. George W. and wife Margaret are buried in the McKinnon Cemetery near Osborne, N.C. John McKinnon (b. 1870 d. 1937) youngest son of Geo. W. and Margaret, m. Lily Perkins. (This McKinnon family cemetery was cared for by unknown McKinnon family members of Florida)

Did Sarah, widow of Norman Campbell, marry Daniel McKinnon?

On November 12, 1842 the estate sale of Daniel McKinnon was held by Malcom C. Morrison, Admin. The following people attended. Hugh Livingston, Angus Campbell, Jeremiah Grant, Henry Smith, William Currie, George McKinnon, Peter Smith, Isaac Laviner, Daniel McInnis, Sarah McKinnon, David Stephens, Daniel Campbell, Sarah Campbell, George Parker. Daniel McKinnon held one note on Lewis Coward for $13.50 and one note on Norman Johnston for $5.80.

By 1860 Sarah Campbell McKinnon was living in the home of her son George W.

The 1860 Census of Richmond County Wolfpit District (P.O. Address - Cheraw, S.C.) shows: George W. McKinnon, 34, a cooper; Margaret, 34; William, 6; Sarah E., 3 mos.; Sarah M. [Geo's sister], 36; Sarah [his mother], 73; William, 20; Angus Campbell, 49, a cooper; and (Arletta) Frances McKinnon, 3

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