>To add to your small (so far) stock of Campbells:Robert and Bridget Campbell came from Drumsloe, near Ballinamallard
in Co Fermanagh. They travelled to Sydney aboard "Susan", 1838-39,
accompanied by their sons John, Robert, Samuel and Thomas. A married
daughter, Jane, Mrs Thomas Muldoon, had arrived in Australia in 1837.
They lived initially in what is now the Rooty Hill area, before
moving in 1841-2 to the vicinity of Clarence Town, on the Williams
River, where Robert acquired a modest property. He was also a
shoemaker, and carried on his trade all the while. The sons,
especially Samuel, were also skilled at the trade.
The early Campbell years in Australia are fairly well documented, but
I am always on the look-out for more data, and more Campbell
descendants not as yet encountered. My own descent is from Samuel,
and I am of course in touch with kinsfolk in the other branches.