Hart, Elizabeth (c1806 SC - bef 1850 SC)

Hart, Elizabeth

Hart, Elizabeth


Father: John Hart
Mother: Rebecca Reeves

Birth: c1806, York County, South Carolina
Birth Source: 1823 Will of John Hart

Death: before 1850
Death Source: Census

Spouse1: William Campbell, m. before 1825; born 1795, died 11 May 1836, York, SC buried in Neely's Creek Associate Reformed Church Cemetery
Spouse2: Rev. Archibald Whyte, m. c1839,


Child of Elizabeth Hart and William Campbell:
  1. Unknown daughter, born c1825

Children of Elizabeth Hart and Archibald Whyte:
  1. Thomas Whyte, b. 1840
  2. William Whyte, b. 1842

Elizabeth Hart is named as Elizabeth Campbell in the probate records of her father John Hart which also document William Campbell as her husband.

She was the administratrix of the estate of her husband William Campbell in York County in 1836, Case Nbr. 14, File #602. Securities for the administrators bond were her uncle Wiley Reeves, her brother William T. Hart and herself.

Elizabeth apparently married the Rev. Archibald Whyte after the death of William Campbell as her mother Rebecca Reeves Hart named grandsons Thomas and William Whyte in her will written in 1863 and probated in 1865. York County Estate Records Case Nbr. 56, File #2542.

Research Notes

From the University of South Carolina Library: The Rev. Archibald Whyte, who served as pastor of Neely's Creek Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, was a planter, innkeeper, postmaster, schoolteacher, magistrate, and civic leader in York District, South Carolina, from 1844 until his death in 1865. His home housed both tavern and schoolhouse and was the site of the Nation Ford post office.

More about Archibald Whyte.