Francis (Fannie) Campbell
- Born: Cir 1795, Virginia
- Marriage: Owen Sanford Sr. Adkins on 19 Sep 1825 in Pittsylvania Co, VA
- Died: After 1860, Museville, Pittsylavania Co., VA.
By 1850 Owen and Fanny have apparently separated: (divorce? or perhaps Fanny said: "Owen, I have had enough of your running
around!" and kicked him out!)
Fanny and Owen are living in separate households: the 1850 census for Pittsylvania Co. records Francis [Campbell] Adkins (50) with her sons Samuel Adkins (23) and Abner Adkins (21). Nearby in another household is Owen Adkins Sr. (55) with many of his other children. Also nearby is son Mastin (30) and his wife Mary Adkins as well as his brothers Henry Adkins Sr. (68) and wife Elizabeth Adkins and Fannie's brother-in-law, William Adkins Sr. (55) and his wife Ritta Adkins (54).
Fanny and Owen remain in separate households in 1860 and Owen continues to father children with Louisa Kendrick: the 1860 census for Pittsylvania Co. records Fanny [Campbell] Adkins (67) with her son Samuel (33) living between Henry Adkins Jr. (36) and family and Owen Adkins (67) and his family. Nearby is Henry Adkins Sr. (77). Owen has Real Estate valued at $3,000 and Personal Property valued at $3,000, not bad! Both Owen and his brother Henry own 2 slaves. Nearby is Owen's son William (49) with his wife Lucy ... next door to Louisa Kendrick. This William has some bucks ... Real Estate valued at $6,000 and Personal Property at $20,200 including 19 slaves.
Francis married Owen Sanford Sr. Adkins, son of William Adkins III and Mary Hartman, on 19 Sep 1825 in Pittsylvania Co, VA. (Owen Sanford Sr. Adkins was born in Nov 1785 in Pittsylvania Co, VA and died on 15 May 1885 in Pittsylvania Co, VA.)