May 31, 2013
Last Fridays: Blues on the Burwell Lawn summer concert series
June 1, 2013
Elizabeth Keckly Lecture at Dickerson Chapel AME Church
June 8, 2013
The Homefront in Hillsborough: Civil War Living History Event
Ransom Sanders, a planter and descendant of early 18th century settlers in what became Johnston County, NC, and his second wife, Sarah Campbell had two daughters: Sarah Elizabeth Sanders and Lauretta W. Sanders , both Burwell School students. Ransom Sanders was the son of Reuben Sanders, and the grandson of Hardy Sanders. Sarah Campbell was the daughter of James Campbell .
Sarah Campbell was born on January 17, 1814.
Places of Residence
- Parent: James Campbell .
- Spouse: Ransom Sanders (1787-1844) .
- Others: Reuben Sanders (father-in-law) , William S. Long (son-in-law) , Farquhard Campbell Smith, [Jr.] (son-in-law, 1839-1919) , Ross Smith (grandson) , Edwin Smith (grandson) , Laura Smith (granddaughter) , Douglas Smith (grandson) , Farquhard Smith (grandson) , Jane Smith (granddaughter)  and Bettie Smith (granddaughter, d. 1881) .
- Mary Claire Engstrom. The Book of Burwell Students: Lives of Educated Women in the Antebellum South. (Hillsborough: Hillsborough Historic Commission, 2007).