Mary Campbell may refer to:
- Mary Campbell (colonial settler) (1747/8–1801), American colonial settler
- Mary Katherine Campbell (1905–1990), two-time winner of the Miss America pageant
- Mary Baine Campbell, poet and scholar
- Mary Schmidt Campbell, dean at New York University
- Mary Campbell (figure skater), American retired figure skater
- Mary Campbell, Countess of Breadalbane and Holland, English noblewoman
- Mary Winchester, née Mary Campbell, a character in the TV series Supernatural
- Mary Edith Campbell, suffragist and social economist
- Mary Campbell (Highland Mary), linked romantically with Robert Burns
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... Vern)" – Vincent Bell Orchestra "All I Have to Do Is Dream" – Bobbie Gentry Glen Campbell "All Kinds of Everything" – Dana (Won the Eurovision song contest) "All Right Now" – Free "Always ... Holy" – Neil Diamond "Home Lovin' Man" – Andy Williams "Honey Come Back" – Glen Campbell "House of the Rising Sun" – Frijid Pink "I (Who Have Nothing)" – Tom Jones "I Ain't Got Time Anymore ... Perry Como "It's Only Make Believe" – Glen Campbell "I've Lost You" – Elvis Presley "(I Know) I'm Losing You" – Rare Earth "You've Got Me Dangling on a ...
... Mary Campbell (later Mary Campbell Willford) was an American colonial settler, taken captive as a child by Native Americans during the French and Indian War ...
... of the 11th Earl, originally lived at Coilsfield House near Tarbolton, where Burns's 'Highland Mary', probably Mary Campbell, had been a byre woman and the mistress of the Earl's brother ... Mary Campbell inspired some of Burns' finest and most famous poems ... Burns wrote the following lines about his separation from Mary Campbell at Coilsfield (Montgomery Castle) - "Ye banks and braes and streams around The castle of ...
... Although there are some biographical facts about Campbell that are solidly documented, most of the details of her life, including incidents about her capture and adoption ... to light or clarify many incidents in Mary Campbell's life which are now unknown or not well understood by interested researchers ... Some sources give Campbell's birth year as 1750 ...
... On May 21, 1758, at the age of ten, Campbell was abducted from a place in or near the town of Penn's Creek, probably the town of that name situated in ... American group brought her to a cliff cavity now known as Mary Campbell Cave near the Cuyahoga River in present-day Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio ... Several lines of family tradition, however, say that Campbell lived with the Lenape in a place called Newcomerstown which is further south in eastern Ohio ...
Famous quotes containing the words campbell and/or mary:
“To be made to hold his tongue is the greatest insult you can offer himthough he might be ready with a poker to make you hold yours.”
—Mrs. Patrick Campbell (18651940)
—Hawaiian saying no. 2710, lelo NoEau, collected, translated, and annotated by Mary Kawena Pukui, Bishop Museum Press, Hawaii (1983)