Col. Arthur Campbell Marker, K-328

Arthur Campbell, a military and political leader, was born in Augusta County in 1743. In 1758 during the Seven Years' War (1756-1763), Campbell was captured by the Wyandot Indians aligned with the French and held captive for two years before escaping likely in present day region of Michigan. In 1773 he married Margaret Campbell and they lived at Royal Oak (present day Marion). Campbell served on the Fincastle County committee that wrote the Fincastle Resolves in 1775, and was a county lieutenant, justice of the peace, postmaster, and member of the Virginia House of Delegates. In 1809, Campbell moved to Yellow Creek (now Middlesboro), Kentucky, where he died in 1811.

Marker Information:
Date Approved by DHR: 03/08/06
Year On Marker: 2006
Original Sponsor: Private Sponsor
Region: Southwest Region
Geographic Location: Smyth County
Physical Description of Location: North corner of intersection between N Main Street (US 11) and Park Boulevard (Virginia 16), Marion, VA 24354. Marker is on right when traveling south on US 11.
GPS Location: 36.844241,-81.501719
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