|Birth: ||Feb. 13, 1884|
|Death: ||Oct. 21, 1928|
Even though Carl Blackwood Campbell is now gone, his family still misses him. Known as a good man by many locals, he was a very kind and gentle man who did not smoke or drink. Born to Jasper and Mary A. Kelly Campbell in New Castle, he grew up in a hard life, constantly work to support his family. He was married in 1910 to Jessie Fern Lefever whom he meant in Middlesex, Butler, Pennsylvania, near Valencia. They move to New Galilee and lived on the Greer Farm where he had 4 wonderful children and work on the P L & W Rail Road. In 1928 he suffered from a rail road accent involving a water pipe to feed the steam engine. The pipe collapsed and hit him on the head which causing an embolism which led his passing. He died Sunday morning at his home in New Galilee while laughing at a joke and playing with his children in the kitchen.
You will surely be missed and we still love you Carl.
Originally buried in Little Beaver Cemetery, he was moved some time in the mid 70s to Grandview.
Jessie Fern LaFever Campbell (1891 - 1980)*
Blanche R Campbell Wilson (1911 - 1971)*
Clarence Albert Campbell (1913 - 1989)*
Earl Erwin Campbell (1917 - 1982)*
Ruth P Campbell Horstman (1919 - 1991)*
1886-1928, note that the birth date is wrong.
Created by: Philip
Record added: Aug 08, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 74611293
My great grandfather. Wish we could of known you|
Added: Aug. 8, 2011