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  1. Catherine Sebring Campbell: Birth: 10 MAY 1915 in Port Jefferson, Town of Brookhaven, Suffolk Co., NY. Death: 26 APR 1967 in Santa Fe, NM

  2. Jane Mather Campbell: Birth: 19 APR 1917 in Mt. Vernon, Westchester Co., NY. Death: 7 JUL 1995 in San Diego Co., CA

1. Title:   Tombstone
Page:   1971 reading
2. Title:   Tombstone
Page:   2007 reading
3. Title:   US Passport Applications
Page:   May 12, 1920
4. Title:   Wellsboro Gazette Wellsboro, Tioga Co., PA
Page:   Aug 19, 1937, p6
5. Title:   US Passport Applications

a. Note:   m/Elmira%20NY%20Morning%20Telegram%201907%20Grayscale/Elmira%20NY%20Morning%20Telegram%201907%20Grayscale%20-%200484.pdf * * * The Auburn, NY, Citizen of Oct. 15, 1905, p5 has: J. Harry Campbell, of Elmira, who is to sing "Ralph Rackstraw" in the local performance of "Pinafore", is highly praised by the Corning papers for his "Strephen" in "Iolanthe" there last week. * * * Elmira Morning Telegram, May 20, 1906 has: Rorick's Glen Park Theater FAMOUS FATHER MATHEW MINSTRELS Every Night This Week, Rain or Shine, Hot or Cold! First Part: "A Night in the Park," the most spectacular minstrel first part ever produced. Special scenery and electrical effects. The company is represented to be the guests of Interlocutor Myles Kelley. They are seated about the lawn scene in rustic seats and chairs, enjoying the freedom of the scene and presenting the most superb and original scene ever produced in minstrelsy. Solos by J. Bambury, J. Harry Campbell, Robert Walsh, with "Hop" Fennell, "Big Bill" Blainsdell, Joe Moran and Al Wright as comedians. ... PRICES: 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c. Advanced Sale of Seats Now on at Calkins 333 East Water Street ...MOST MAGNIFICENT LOCAL ENTERTAINMENT EVER OFFERED THE ELMIRA PUBLIC... * * * Wellsboro Gazette of Aug 19, 1937, p6 has: Widely Known Vocalist, Nelson Native, Succumbs John Harry Campbell,.widely known tenor vocalist, dies at an Elmira hospital, Saturday, August 14. Mr. Campbell was born in Nelson, Feb 15, 1884 a son of the late Adelbert E. and Mrs. Carrie Campbell. Besides his mother, he is survived by two daughters, Catherine Sebring and Jane Mather Campbell; one brother, William S. Campbell; and a nephew, Wilfred Campbell, of Elmira. During several years Mr. Campbell resided in New York City and Mt. Vernon. He studded voice and sang in Germany, Italy and France and at one time was tenor soloist with the New York Symphony orchestra under direction of Walter Damrosch. For many years he was an outstanding teacher of voice. He has been heard in concerts many times in Elmira. Burial in the family plot in Nelson, Pa. * * * Also see See and
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