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  1. Ida Campbell: Birth: 30 MAY 1850 in Nelson Twp., Tioga Co., PA. Death: 9 APR 1939 in Nelson Twp., Tioga Co., PA

  2. Charles Blackwell Campbell: Birth: JAN 1857 in PA. Death: 1912

  3. Sue Campbell: Birth: SEP 1863 in PA.

1. Title:   Tombstone
Page:   2007 reading
2. Title:   Wellsboro Agitator
Page:   Wed, June 22, 1898, p3
3. Title:   Temporarily unavailable
4. Title:   Betty DAVIS Phillips
Page:   Report of Mar 11, 2011
5. Title:   Elmira Star-Gazette
Page:   Sep 26, 1890

a. Note:   News clipping in Phebe Campbell's Scrapbook: Death of Robert Campbell. Robert Campbell, one of the oldest residents of this borough, died at his home on West Main street yesterday morning at about 5 o'clock, in the seventy-seventh year of his age. The cause of death was cancer of the stomach. Robert Campbell was the son of James Campbell, a pioneer of Nelson borough, formerly known as Beecher [sic] Island, and had resided there for more sixty years until his removal to Elkland, where he was residing at the time of his death. He was married to Miss Emma Selling of Reading, N. Y., about 1850, by whom he had three children who survive him, viz: Charles Campbell, now living in the west; Mrs. Eaton, living at Nelson, and Mrs. Baldwin, of Williamsport, who, with her husband were with him at the time of his death, Two of his brothers, E. B. and J. C. Campbell, live in Elkland, and his other brother, Joseph, living in Arizona, while his one sister, Mrs. D. C. Kemp of Farmington, survive. His first wife died in 1889 and he married Mrs. P. Crandall, a sister of his first wife, who survives him. For more than forty years, Mr. Campbell had been a consistent and active member of the M. E. Church and when the final summons came it found him ready to obey and willing to depart. All his years he has an active, busy life and was well and favorably known in this and adjoining counties, where he will be missed but not forgotten. The funeral will be held at the house tomorrow (Friday) at 2 o'clock p. m., conducted by Rev. T. C. Easson, and burial at the Nelson cemetery. * * * Wellsboro Agitator of June 22, 1898, p3 has: _---Mr. Robert Campbell, one of the oldest Resident's of Elkland, died last Wednesday in the seventy-second year of his age. His death was caused by cancer of the stomach. He was the son of James Campbell, a pioneer of Nelson borough, and resided there more than sixty years. He was the brother of Messrs. E. B. and J. G. Campbell, both of Elkland, and Mrs. D. C. Kemp, of Farmington. He left a widow and three children, a son in the West, and two married daughters. * * * News clipping in Phebe Campbell's Scrapbook: The funeral of Robert Campbell, who died in Elkland last Wednesday, was held here on Friday at 2 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Easson, of Elkland, officiated. Mr. Campbell leaves a wife, one son, and two daughters. He was a brother of E.B. and John C. Campbell, of Elkland. * * * For his encounter with wolves, see 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.