REV. JAMES CAMPBELL CEMETERY
Carver's Creek Township

From Fayetteville, go north on Ramsey Street (US 401N). At the 9500 block, turn onto E. Reeves Bridge 
Road (SR 1609). This road changes to Lane Road and then to Collins Chapel Road all using SR 1609. Go 
5.0 miles and turn right onto Laura Ray Road (SR 1708). Go 1.5 miles to the barn complex of the Ammons 
Ranch. The cemetery is about 100 yards across in the back of the pasture on the West bank of the Cape 
Fear River. It is opposite Bluff Presbyterian Church, which is on the East bank.

Geodetic Coordinate is: N 35° 11.024' (35.1837°)  W -78° 43.782'  (-78.7297°)

Surveyed by Robert McLemore Butler   Posted March 24, 2006 by Myrtle Bridges. 

CAMPBELL, Rev. James   					Died  1780

Bonze Plaque on a large stone reads: "First settled Presbyterian Minister in North Carolina, organized 
Bluff, Barbeque, and Longstreet churches in 1758 .. Erected by Fayetteville Presbytery 1930"

CAMPBELL, Cap. James   s/o Rev. James Campbell  Age 50    	Died Dec 13,1876
CAMPBELL, Isabella    w/o Cap. James Campbell			Died Nov 6,1849
 

There are eight burial sites marked with plain fieldstones. A low concrete wall encompassing an area 
144 feet by 96 feet encloses the cemetery. There are very large trees growing within the area.

This cemetery was re-surveyed January 2005 by Robert McLemore Butler. It is on private land owned by 
Gene Ammons.

[Ed: Rev. Campbell's wife was Elizabeth Kennedy]

File: Cem-CCGS..5..Rev. James Campbell Cemetery.doc			RMB 

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