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  1. Mary Helena Campbell: Birth: 25 NOV 1878 in Nelson, Tioga Co., PA. Death: 1 JUL 1956 in St. Petersburg, Pinellas Co., FL

  2. Ruth Campbell: Birth: 25 JUL 1895 in Knoxville, Deerfield Twp., Tioga Co., PA.

1. Title:   Wellsboro Agitator
Page:   June 27, 1876

a. Note:   Wellsboro Agitator of Feb 8, 1933 has: Thomas Church [sic] Campbell. Thomas Church [sic] Campbell, for many years a Tioga county resident, died suddenly Wednesday afternoon, February 1, of a heart attack, at the Campbell Hotel at St. Petersburg, Florida. Mr, Campbell was born in Farmington, Tioga county, March 25, 1856, son of William and Helen Peaseley [sic] Campbell. His wife died six years ago. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Mary Shewman, of St. Petersburg, and Mrs. Ruth C. Mitchell, of Tioga; five grandchildren, Mrs. Frances Zurfluh [sic], Tom and John Shewman, of St. Petersburg, and Robert and Vernon Mitchell, of Tioga one sister, Mrs. Kate Horton, of Westfield. and one brother, W. C. Campbell, of Marinette, Wisconsin. Mr. Campbell lived for many years at Knoxville. For the past few years he bad resided at St. Petersburg and at Tioga. For many years he held a position with the New York Central Railroad. He was a member of the Masons, the Odd Fellows and the St. Petersburg Yacht Club. The remains will be brought to Tioga for burial in the spring. * * * Wellsboro Agitator of June 21, 1933, p7 has: T. C CAMPBELL. Remains of Former Resident To Be Buried in Knoxville --- Personal Notes. Knoxville, June 20---The remains of Thomas C. Campbell will be brought from St. Petersburg, Florida, for burial in Riverside cemetery, Knoxville. Service, at the cemetery will be held Thursday at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Virginia Ellison, of Fayetteville, N. Y., went to Florida to accompany the remains. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Shewman are driving through from Florida and expect to reach the home of Mrs. Ruth Mitchell at Tioga Tuesday. William Campbell, brother of the deceased, is also expected to arrive about the same time. Mr. Campbell was formerly a leading businessman in Knoxville. For many years he was Station at the old Fall Brook depot, later the New York Central. He was snctive [sic] in civic affairs and was a member of the Presbyterian church of Knoxville since boyhood. He was also one of the founders of the Knoxville Cemetery Association. He died at St. Petersburg Feb. 1, 1933. * * * See his mini-bio at is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.