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"CAMPBELL. Gaelic Caimbeul, 'wry (or crooked) mouth,' a name probably applied to some early chief of the clan. Compare the name Gifford, i.e. 'fat cheeks,' and especially Cameron, Gaelic Cams/iron, 'wry nose.' There is also a parallel in the nickname of Earl Einar, Thorfinn's son, a great Norse earl of the Orkneys, who was known as 'wry-mouth,' in Old Norse Rangmudr (Ork. Saga, c. xiv). Henderson suggests the epithet may have been applied by neighboring clans on account of moral if not physical traits (ZCP., rv, p. 270); and a poem by Iain Lom's son speaks of "luchd nam beul fiar" (Sinclair, Gaelic bards, m). No explanation, however, is given why the second element lacks the normal aspiration. The name may simply mean "with arched lips." In a charter of 1447 in The manuscript history of Craignish, by Alex Campbell (printed in Scottish History Society, Publications, at, Miscellany, rv) the name Campbell seems then to have been recognized as no more than a nickname. In this charter by the first Lord Campbell he is styled 'Duncan le Cambell," where le is the lie so commonly used in Scottish charters to denote that what follows is in the vernacular, and may be translated "as we say," or "so called," or "known as," so this Duncan was Duncan "known as Cambell." The popular but erroneous opinion is that the name is of Norman French origin, from de Campobello, 'of the beautiful plain,' but unfortunately for this derivation the earliest forms show no de, and the name is always in early records spelled Cambel or Cambell. If the name were of Norman French origin the idiom of that language would require the form de Bella Campo. This form does occur in early English records and is the origin of the present day surnames Beauchamp and Beecham. Clan tradition represents the Campbells as being originally known as Clann Duibhne or O'Duine from a certain Diarmid O'Duine of Lochow. As the O'Duines, and therefore the Campbells also, were traditionally said to be of the Siol Diarmid, the Fingalian hero who slew the wild boar, it is to be noted that the father of Diarmid was named Fergus Cerr-beoil, ' 'wrymouth.' This traditional descent is in part corroborated by a charter granted 15 March 1368 by David n confirming to Archibald 0 Campbell of Lochow, son of Colin, all donations, renditions, and impignorations of the lands of Craignish, Melford, Straquhir, and others, with all the liberties of the same as freely as Duncan MTJuine, progenitor of the same Archibald, did enjoy in the barony of Lochow or any other lands belonging to him (Argyll charters, p. 477). That O'Duine or Mac Duine was the true Gaelic name of the clan is also shown by Bishop Carswell's dedication of his Gaelic Prayer-Book (1567) to the earl of Argyll: Do Ghiollaeasbtiig Vanduibhne larrleEarragaoidheal . . ., where Vanduibhne is Ua Duine. Skene says (CS., m, p. 338) that Duncan M'Duine lived in the reign of Alexander n, but there is no historical proof that he did live then. To this day there is no equivalent in Gaelic for "Clan Campbell," the term being always Chlann O'Duibhne. On the door-lintel of Camassarie Castle near Kilmartin is an inscription in Gaelic which reads: Dia leinn O'Duibhne, "God with O'Duibhne," i.e. Campbells (Macgibbon and Ross, Castellated and domestic architecture of Scotland, rv, p. 321). "The period assigned for their appearance in Argyll [404 A. D.] by genealogical manufacturers merely excite a smile." The "astounding antiquity of the race of Campbell is vouched for by the bards and senachies," authorities "which may be of value in the West Highlands, but nowhere else . . . The "beautiful' Eva, heiress of O'Dwin existed only in the imagination of some Highland senachie' (Maidment, PasquUs, p. 114). A manuscript pedigree of the Campbells of Argyll in the National Museum of Antiquities in Edinburgh traces them to King Arthur, and a MS. of 1550 goes one better by tracing them to Enos" mic Set mic Adaim mic De." The earliest individual of the name Campbell in record is Gillespic Cambel, who held from the Crown the lands of Menstrie and Sauchie in 1263 (ER., I, p. 24), and who is also witness to a charter by Alexander in erecting Newburgh in Fife into a burgh in favor of the monks of Lindores (LAC., 8). Nicholas Cambell witnessed a charter by James the Steward, 1294 (RMP., p. 96). Several Campbells rendered homage for their lands, 1296: Duncan Cambel del Illes, Sir Dovenal Cambel of the county of Dunbretan, Dougal Cambel, Arthur Cambel, and Duncan Cambel of the county of Perth (Bain, n, p. 200, 204, 211). Thomas Cambel was one of the Scottish prisoners taken at the capture of Dunbar in the same year (ibid., 742). About 1390 Duncan Campbell dominus de Gaunan witnessed a charter by Duncan, earl of Levenax (Levenax, p. 77), and in the same document John Cambel appears as tenant of the same earl in the lands of Drumfad and Kyrkmychel. This Duncan Campbell may have been the individual who first put the p in the name under the influence of the Norman theory, but in 1282 we have Nigellus filius Colini Campbell (Cambus., 70) who eight years later is designed Sir Nicholas de Chambelle (Sc. Peer., i, p. 322). Duncan Cambell, son and heir of Colin Cambell, dominus de Ergadie, attested the marches of Kyrknes and Louchor in 1395 (RPSA., p. 5). Sir Duncan Cambell or Cambelle of Lochow, one of the hostages for the ransom of James i in 1423 (Bain, rv, 981, 983), created Lord Campbell in 1445, was the first of the family who took the designation of Argyll in addition to, and sometimes in place of Lochow. He was ancestor of the ducal house of Argyll. From his younger son, Sir Colin Campbell, first of the House of Glenurchay (c. 1400 078), are descended the earls and marquesses of Breadalbane (creations 1677 and 1831 11885); and from the third son of Archibald, second earl of Argyll, who fell at Flodden in 1513, the earls of Cawdor (created 1827). Campbell has been carelessly used as one of the Anglicized forms of the name Cath-mhaoil, and this has led some people to imagine that Cathmhaoil is the old Gaelic form of the name. In the same way Cameron has been used as an Anglicizing of Irish O'Cumarain or O' 'Cumrain. Cambal 1545, Cambale 1375, Cambele 1432, Cambelle 1424, Gamble 1513, Camille 1451, Cammell 1473, Campbele 1481, Campbill 1617, Campble 1672 (and as late as 1785), Kambail and Kambayl 1448, Kambaile 1394. The Clan Campbell was divided into three septs each bearing a separate name: the Clan Dubhgal Craignish, Clan Maclver of Asknish, and Macarthur of Strachur. Probably they were septs that had separated from the main stem at an early period (Lord Archibald Campbell, Records of Argyll, p. 15). Campbell of Barcaldin and Baileveolan, Sliochd Phara bhig. Campbell of Cawdor, Caimbeulaich bhoga Chaladair. In the northeast for some mysterious reason a pig was sometimes called Sandy Caumal. The name has become Kunipel in Holland. "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)


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Wikipedia Richard "Dick" Campbell (born 22 November 1953 in Dunfermline, Fife) is a Scottish footballer and manager.
Wikipedia Alexander Buchanan Campbell (born 14 June 1914, Glasgow, Scotland) is a Scottish architect.
Wikipedia Victor Lindsay Arbuthnot Campbell DSO & Bar, OBE (20 August 1875 ? 19 November 1956), was a British sailor and renowned explorer.
Wikipedia David Anthony Campbell (born 2 June, 1965 in Eglington, Northern Ireland) is a former Northern Irish footballer who played in the midfield position.
Wikipedia John "Johnny" Peter Campbell (28 June, 1923 in Derry, Northern Ireland?January 1968) was a Irish footballer.
Wikipedia Folarin Yaovi Campbell (born February 27, 1986) was a basketball player for the George Mason Patriots.
Wikipedia Murray Campbell is a Canadian computer scientist.
Wikipedia Chuck Campbell (born 5 August, 1969) is a Canadian actor who portrayed the role of Chuck the Technician on "Stargate Atlantis".
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Wikipedia David Andrew Campbell is an Australian politician, elected as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly for the district of Keira.
Wikipedia Donald Campbell (died 1562) was a 16th-century Scottish noble and churchman.
Wikipedia Nathaniel Campbell (born March 7, 1972 in Jacksonville, FL) is an American professional boxer in the Junior Welterweight division.
Wikipedia Timothy "Tim" Campbell was the 2005 winner of the first series of the British version of "The Apprentice", a BBC TV reality show in which contestants battle to win a ?100,000-a-year job working for businessman Alan Sugar.
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Wikipedia Ross Campbell (born 3 July 1987) is a Scottish professional association football player who plays for Swedish club Ostersunds FK.
Wikipedia Jodocus ("Jody") David Campbell (born March 4, 1960 in Bellflower, California) is a former water polo player who won silver medals for the United States at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California and the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea.
Wikipedia James "Jimmy" Campbell (born 1886 in Newhaven, Scotland) was a former professional footballer, who played for Sheffield Wednesday & Huddersfield Town.
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Wikipedia John Tucker Campbell (12 December 1912, Calhoun Falls, South Carolina ? 26 August 1991, Columbia, South Carolina) was an American businessman and politician who was Secretary of State of South Carolina.
Wikipedia John Goulder Campbell (June 25, 1827 ? December 22, 1903) was a delegate from Arizona Territory in the United States House of Representatives.
Wikipedia Robert Scott Campbell (born April 15, 1962 in Hershey, Pennsylvania) is a former professional American football player who played quarterback for six seasons for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Atlanta Falcons.
Wikipedia Julia Campbell (January 25 1967?April 8 2007) was an American journalist.
Wikipedia Bryan Campbell (born March 27, 1944 in Sudbury, Ontario) is a retired professional ice hockey forward who played 260 games in the National Hockey League and 433 games in the World Hockey Association.
Wikipedia Archie Gray Campbell (13 April 1942 ? 17 April 2007) was a former Justice of the Superior Court of Ontario and the lower Ontario Court.
Wikipedia "Grant Campbell" is a Scottish singer-songwriter, born in Glasgow in 1979.
Wikipedia Lorne Campbell (born in Ottawa, Ontario) is a retired professional ice hockey player who played 140 games in various professional leagues, including the National Hockey Association.
Wikipedia Calais Campbell (born September 1, 1986 in) is an American football defensive end for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League.
Wikipedia The Most Reverend Donald Alphonsus Campbell (8 December 1894?22 July 1963) was a Scottish prelate of the Roman Catholic Church.
Wikipedia "This article is for the Scottish Footballer, for the actor/comedian see Tommy Campbell (actor)Thomas 'Tommy' Campbell (born 20 February 1935 in Glasgow) is a Scottish former footballer who played as striker for a number of Scottish clubs.
Wikipedia Ryan Campbell (Born April 10, 1970) is a Canadian former Ice Hockey player from Winnipeg, Manitoba.
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Wikipedia Richard Delano Campbell (born December 21, 1958 in Miami, Florida, United States) is a former National Football League quarterback who played for the Green Bay Packers (1981-1984).
Wikipedia James Ulysses Campbell (August 29, 1866 ? July 16, 1937) was an American judge and politician in Oregon.
Wikipedia Wesley Campbell (born December 12, 1985 in Nashville, Tennessee) is an American figure skater.
Wikipedia Neil Andrew Campbell (born January 26 1977 in Middlesbrough, England) is an English former footballer.
Wikipedia Colin Campbell (1686-1757) was a Scottish merchant and entrepreneur who co-founded the Swedish East India Company and was the Swedish King Fredrik I?s first envoy to the Emperor of China.
Wikipedia Albert James Campbell (December 12, 1857 ? August 9, 1907) was a U.
Wikipedia Bret Campbell is currently the Director of Basketball Operations at Murray State University.
Wikipedia James Romulus Campbell (May 4, 1853 ? August 12, 1924) was a U.
Wikipedia Alexander Franklin Campbell (March, 1845 ?) was a journalist and political figure in Ontario, Canada.
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Wikipedia Matthew Thomas Campbell (born July 14, 1972 in North Augusta, South Carolina) is a former American football offensive lineman in the National Football League for the Carolina Panthers and the Washington Redskins.
Wikipedia John Wilson Campbell (February 23, 1782 ? September 24, 1833) was a U.
Wikipedia William Wildman Campbell (April 2, 1853 ? August 13, 1927) was a U.
Wikipedia David "Dave" Campbell (born September 9, 1925) was a Canadian basketball player who competed in the 1948 Summer Olympics.
Wikipedia Woodrow Lamar Campbell (born September 26, 1944 in Mount Pleasant, Florida) is an American and a former collegiate and professional football player.
Wikipedia Robert "Bobby" Campbell (28 June 1922 ? 4 May 2009) was a Scottish international footballer who played during the 1940s and 1950s.
Wikipedia Alexander Campbell (1833 ? June 21, 1877 in Mauch Chunk, Carbon County, Pennsylvania) was a businessman who, along with three other alleged Molly Maguires members, was hanged for the murders of two mine operatives.
Wikipedia Alexander Campbell (October 4, 1814 ? August 8, 1898) was a member of the US House of Representatives.
Wikipedia Avril Phaedra Douglas "Kim" Campbell, PC, CC, QC (born March 10, 1947) is a Canadian politician who was the 19th Prime Minister of Canada, serving from June 25, 1993, to November 4, 1993 (132 days).
Wikipedia "Blind" James Campbell (September 17, 1906 - January 22, 1981) was an American blues singer and guitarist.
Wikipedia Eric Campbell (born August 6, 1985 in Owensville, Indiana) is a minor league baseball third baseman and is currently a free agent.
Wikipedia Dorothy Marion Campbell (11 January 1911 in Hedon, Yorkshire ? 3 October 2005 in East Riding of Yorkshire) was an English potter.
Wikipedia Judy Campbell (31 May 1916 - 6 June 2004) was an English light comedy actress and occasional playwright, No?l Coward's muse.
Wikipedia John Allen Campbell (October 8, 1835 July 14, 1880) was a politician and officer in the U.
Wikipedia William (Bill) Campbell (born in Sarnia, Ontario) was aProgressive Conservative partymember of the Canadian House of Commons.
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Wikipedia Austen Fenwick "Aussie" Campbell (5 May 1901 in Hamsterley, County Durham ? 8 September 1981) was an England international footballer who played 8 games for his country between 1928 and 1931.
Wikipedia Douglas Campbell is a two-time Green Party Candidate ([Michigan_gubernatorial_election,_20022002] and 2006) for Governor of Michigan and a 2008 candidate for the United States House of Representatives.
Wikipedia Charles Campbell was a Scottish footballer of the 1870s and 1880s who played for, and captained, Queen's Park and the Scotland national team.
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Wikipedia Kendall Carl Campbell was born 25 July 1917 in Garden City, Kansas,Navy career.
Wikipedia Howell Campbell was a Tennessee candy maker.
Wikipedia John Campbell (April 8, 1955) Born in London, Ontario John is currently harness racing's all time leading catch driver in money won with.
Wikipedia Robert Blair Campbell (died July 12, 1862) was a U.
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Wikipedia Robert McFaul "Bobby" Campbell (born 13 September 1956) is a former Northern Irish professional footballer who played for many clubs in England and won two caps for Northern Ireland.
Wikipedia Vernon Campbell (born 4 April 1961) is an American film actor.
Wikipedia Dorothea Primrose Campbell, poet and novelist, was born in Lerwick Shetland on the 4th of May, 1792.
Wikipedia John Angus Campbell (born March 10, 1942 in Portland, Oregon, USA) is a retired American Professor of Rhetoric and is a Fellow of the Center for Science and Culture (a branch of the Discovery Institute, a conservative Christian think tank) and of the International Society for Complexity, Information and Design, a professional society dedicated to the promotion of intelligent design.
Wikipedia Erasmus Daniel Campbell (January 11, 1811 in South Kingstown, Rhode Island - April 16, 1873 in La Crosse, Wisconsin), was a Wisconsin politician.
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Wikipedia Paula Campbell is an American R&B singer from Baltimore, Maryland.
Wikipedia James Campbell (born in London) was a former professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper for Huddersfield Town.
Wikipedia Alan Campbell (born 10 August 1960 in Dublin, Ireland) is a former professional football player.
Wikipedia Alistair Kenyon (Alec) Campbell (born Southampton 29 May 1890, died Cosham 16 June 1943) was a professional footballer who played (as a centre-half) nearly 200 games for Southampton in the first quarter of the twentieth century, before briefly becoming manager at Chesterfield.
Wikipedia Robert Craig Campbell (1878 ? 1965) was a Canadian tenor who performed in operettas across Canada and the United States.
Wikipedia James William Campbell (born March 14, 1947), was a member of the Maryland House of Delegates, District 42.
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Wikipedia Alan James Campbell (born 21 January 1948 in Arbroath) is a former Scottish professional footballer who played as a central midfielder.
Wikipedia Robert Gordon Campbell (born Ellon, Scotland) was a former Scottish footballer who played with Celtic and Rangers.
Wikipedia Joe Campbell (born November 5, 1935) is an American professional golfer who played on the PGA Tour in the late 1950s and 1960s.
Wikipedia William Campbell (January 12, 1836 ? December 15, 1909) was a farmer and political figure in Prince Edward Island.
Wikipedia John William Campbell (born October 7, 1938 in Wadena, Minnesota) is a United States Navy veteran and a former American football linebacker in the National Football League from 1963-1969.
Wikipedia Charles Muir Campbell (September 1, 1795 ? October 12, 1874) was a Scottish businessman in early Princeton, New Jersey, an early pioneer farmer in Illinois, and he spent the remainder of his life in Springfield, Illinois where he was a Justice of the Peace.
Wikipedia May Emma Campbell (n?e Pearce) MBE (2 November 1915 in Wagin, Western Australia ? 16 February 1981) was a field hockey player who represented Australia in the sport from 1935 to 1948.
Wikipedia Alfred Eric Campbell (April 26, 1879, Dunoon ? December 20, 1917, Hollywood) was a Scottish actor.
Wikipedia Michael Gregory Campbell, OSA (born 2 October 1941) is an English prelate of the Roman Catholic Church.
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Wikipedia Colin Campbell (born 1 December 1956 in Benbecula) is a Scottish former footballer who played as a midfielder.
Wikipedia Reggie Campbell is an American former football player for the United States Naval Academy team, the Navy Midshipmen.
Wikipedia Marcus Beach Campbell (November 18, 1866 ? August 3, 1944) was a United States federal judge.
Wikipedia Dugald "Dougie" Campbell (May 16, 1901 ? February 27, 1991) was a Scottish-American soccer inside forward who played eight seasons in the American Soccer League.
Wikipedia Caleb Matthew Campbell (born September 14, 1984 in) is a lieutenant in the United States Army and an American football strong safety whose rights are held by the Detroit Lions of the National Football League.
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Wikipedia Ian Campbell (born Santiago, 15 May 1928) is a former Chilean rugby union footballer, of Scottish ascent.
Wikipedia Daniel Campbell (1671/2-1753), or Donald Campbell, of Shawfield and Islay, was a leading Glasgow merchant and member of parliament, nicknamed ?Great Daniel? because of his size and great wealth.
Wikipedia Frank Campbell (March 27, 1858 Bath, Steuben County, New York - February 20, 1924) was an American banker and politician.
Wikipedia Willie Campbell (born 1918 in Midleton, County Cork) was an Irish sportsperson.
Wikipedia Billy Campbell (born November 23, 1959 in Columbia, South Carolina) is an American television executive producer.
Wikipedia Jackie Campbell (born 27 February 1946 in Airdrie) is a Scottish former professional association football player.
Wikipedia Cate Campbell (born 20 May 1992, in Blantyre, Malawi) is an Australian swimmer who won two bronze medals at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.
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Wikipedia Noel Campbell (1920-1985) was a famous Irish sportsperson.
Wikipedia Yisrael Campbell is a Philadelphia-born Israeli comedian.
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Wikipedia Sir William Robert Campbell was the first British colonial Inspector General of Police of Ceylon (Sri Lanka).
Wikipedia George Peter Campbell (was born in 1960 in Salt Lake City, Utah) Peter was raised in Irvine, California and started swimming competitively at the age of nine.
Wikipedia Jeffrey ("Jeff") Guy Campbell (born October 2, 1962 in Salt Lake City, Utah) is a former Olympic water polo player who won a silver medal for the United States at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea.
Wikipedia Anthony ("Tonie") Eugene Campbell (born June 14, 1960 in Los Angeles, California) is an American Olympic bronze medalist, who finished in third place in the 110m Hurdles at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea.
Wikipedia Jessica Campbell is a film and television actress.
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Wikipedia Ali Campbell, (born Alistair Ian Campbell, 15 February 1959, Birmingham), is a British singer, solo artist and songwriter and was the lead singer and founding member of the reggae band UB40.
Wikipedia Naomi Campbell (born 22 May 1970) is an English model.
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Wikipedia Alexander Campbell (1826 ? after 1886) was a Scottish-born notary public and political figure in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Wikipedia Ian Cade Campbell (born May 15 1985 in Garden City, Kansas) is a former starting defensive end for Kansas State University.
Wikipedia John Aloysius Campbell (June 20, 1941 ? October 19, 2008) was a timber executive who served as president of the Pacific Lumber Company in the 1990s.
Wikipedia Nikki Campbell (born September 9, 1980 in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) is an Australian female golfer.
Wikipedia Charles Thomas Campbell (August 10, 1823 ? April 15, 1895) was an United States Army soldier, and a legislator, businessman, and town mayor.
Wikipedia Sir Francis Joseph Campbell (October 9, 1832 ? June 30, 1914) was an American anti-slavery campaigner, teacher and also the co-founder of the Royal National College for the Blind in the United Kingdom.
Wikipedia Norisha Campbell (born September 21, 1980) is an American indoor volleyball player.
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Wikipedia William Cecil Campbell (25 October 1865 ? "unknown") was an Scottish footballer.
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Wikipedia Dani Campbell is an American reality television participant who became notable in the lesbian community as a symbol of self-assurance, causing Curve to call her "the first lesbian girl next door," and the Miami Herald to declare her South Florida's "most eligible lesbian.
Wikipedia John Dermot Campbell (20 January 1898 ? 23 January 1945) was a Northern Irish businessman and Ulster Unionist Member of Parliament in both United Kingdom and Northern Ireland Parliaments.
Wikipedia Steve Campbell (born April 11, 1966 in Pensacola, Florida) is an American college football head coach at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
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Wikipedia Archibald Campbell (1779 Glen Lyon, Perthshire, Scotland - July 14, 1856 Albany, New York) was an American politician who was Acting Secretary of State of New York from 1841 to 1842.
Wikipedia Julius Campbell is an African American former American football player.
Wikipedia Lamar Christopher Campbell (born August 29, 1976 in Chester, Pennsylvania) is a former professional American football player who played cornerback for five seasons for the Detroit Lions.
Wikipedia Marcus Campbell (born 11 March 1982 in Winter Haven, Florida) is a professional basketball player with the Springfield Armor of the NBDL.
Wikipedia Lewis Campbell (April 1864 - "unknown") was a Scottish footballer, he was pacey and difficult to defend against.
Wikipedia Joseph "Joe" Campbell (born Glasgow, 28 March 1925) was a Scottish professional association football player of the 1940s and 1950s.
Wikipedia Francis Maule Campbell (1844 ? 3 Dececember 1920) was born in Blackheath, London.
Wikipedia Eugene Edward "Gene" Campbell (April 26, 1915 ? April 10, 1986) was an American professor of history at Brigham Young University (BYU).
Wikipedia Christa Campbell (born 1973) is an American actress who started her career in horror films.
Wikipedia Ronald Bruce Campbell (14 September 1878 ? 7 March 1963) was a British fencer.
Wikipedia George Campbell (born 3 May 1957) is a former Scottish professional football player.
Wikipedia Ian Campbell (born 22 November 1953 in Dunfermline, Fife) is a Scottish footballer and manager.
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Wikipedia Robert Campbell (1769?1846) was a pioneering and leading merchant in Sydney, a land-owner, a pastoralist, a philanthropist, and a politician being a member of the first New South Wales Legislative Council.
Wikipedia Scott Campbell is an American musician, composer, and actor.
Wikipedia Karen Campbell (born 1967, Paisley, Scotland) is a Scottish writer of crime fiction.
Wikipedia Alexander Maxwell (Max) Campbell (7 August 1888 ? 1962) was a Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF) member of the Canadian House of Commons.
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Wikipedia Eleanor Anderson Campbell (1878?1959, n?e Eleanor Milbank Anderson) was the founder and director of the Judson Health Center (1921), a health and dental clinic serving residents of the lower west side of New York City.
Wikipedia Virginia Kyle Campbell was an extraordinary women who played host to members of high society in St.
Wikipedia Brun Campbell (March 26, 1884?November 23, 1952) was an American composer and pianist.
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Wikipedia Colin Alexander Campbell (17 January 1901 ? 25 December 1978) was a Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons.
Wikipedia Don Campbell (born July 12, 1925) is a retired ice hockey center that played for the Chicago Blackhawks.
Wikipedia Charmian Campbell (born 18 July 1942 - died 5 April 2009) was a British artist, painter, model and society figure.
Wikipedia Bruce Campbell (born May 25, 1988) is an American football offensive tackle.
Wikipedia Brittinea Campbell (born June 13, 1987) is a Canadian model, myspace celebrity, and animal rights activist.