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- Opinion of Alexander Campbell (d. 1796) concerning the estate of Chattwin Chowning formerly of Lancaster County, Virginia
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- Alexander Campbell was born in Westmoreland County, Virginia, to Reverend Archibald Campbell and his second wife Hannah McCoy Campbell. After graduating from the College of William & Mary about 1785, Campbell began practicing law. Settling in Richmond, he often worked with John Marshall (1755-1835), and, with Marshall and Patrick Henry (1736-1799), served as defense council in one of Virginia's most sensational trials. Campbell served as United States attorney for the eastern district of Virginia. He committed suicide 18 July 1796.
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- Chowning, Carroll C.
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