Note: Wellsboro Agitator of Sep 28, 1927 p5 has: DEATH OF MRS. CAMPBELL. Esteemed Resident of Tioga Died September 22. Tioga, Sept. 27---Mrs. Frank Parks Campbell died Thursday night at her summer home on Main street in Tioga, after a short illness. Mrs. Campbell was born August 25, 1855 at Watkins, N. Y. , the daughter of Benjamin and Mary Parks. On April 12, 1876, she was married to Thomas C. Campbell, at Nelson, by Rev. Mr. Rawson, a former well known Tioga minister. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell went to Knoxville in 1872 at the time the N. Y. Central Railroad was extended to this place, and made their home there for 35 years. For the past twelve years they have lived in St. Petersburg, Florida. In the spring of 1927 Mr. and Mrs. Campbell purchased the Presbyterian manse on Main street in Tioga, and completely remodeled the house for a summer home. Mrs. Campbell joined the Presbyterian church at Knoxville when 20 years of age. At the time of her death, she was a member of the Westminister Presbyterian church of St. Petersburg. She was also a member of the Women's Federation of Clubs of Floida, of the Women's Axillary of the St. Petersburg Yacht Club, of the Eastern Star, and a Lady of the Macabees, in all of which organizations she was prominent and active. Mrs. Campbell was a woman of ability and charm, one whose presence and aid in all church, social, and club activities was indispensable, and will be much missed. The funeral was held Sunday, Dr. William C. McComack officiating; internment at Nelson, where the parents of both Mr. and Mrs. Campbell are buried. Mrs. Campbell is survived by her husband, two daughters, Mrs. O. Curtis Shewman, and Mrs. Merritt M. Mitchell, and five grandchildren, Tom, Frances and John Shewman, and Robert and Verne Mitchell, all of St. Petersburg, and one brother, J. M. Parks of Harrison Valley, and one sister, Mrs. Elmer B. Smith, of Tioga. * * * Wellsboro Agitator of Sep 28, 1927 has: MRS. T.C. CAMPBELL Mrs. T. C. Campbell died Sept. 22, at 11 pm, at the family home in St. Petersburg, Florida. She is survived by her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Sherman and Mrs. Ruth Mitchell, both of St. Petersburg; several grandchildren and a brother, James Parks, of Harrison Valley; a sister, Mrs. Caroline Smith, of Tioga. The funeral was held Sunday in Tioga; burial in the Nelson cemetery * * * See her mimi-bio at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~capane/ParksFrances1855.html.
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