|Birth: ||Apr. 7, 1832|
|Death: ||Jun. 21, 1894|
At time of death he was aged 62 years 2 months 14 days. Click on the pictures for more information.
Parents: James and Ruth (ANDERSON) CAMPBELL.
[Note: some researchers have suggested that John Henry Campbell's father, James Campbell, died in Buffalo, Dallas County, Missouri, and some have the date of death after 1840. After reviewing the microfilm listed in the INDEX, BOOK #2 1833 to 1852, LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION ON ESTATES OF Pulaski County, James Campbell died in Pulaski County, Missouri in 1836. Additional resources were consulted, such as the biographies of his children, Allen Green Campbell and John Henry Campbell. Land records were also consulted, showing where the family lived in the 1830's. Another book: "Annals of Methodism in Missouri" by W. S. Woodard, 1893, E. W. Stephens, Publisher and Binder, Chapter IV, Section 2, pages 121-125.]
Spouse: Sarah V. WILLIAMS
Married 31 December 1861, Jackson County, Kansas.
Known Children: Henry Green CAMPBELL (born 1862); Frances Ruth (CAMPBELL) DRAKE [born 1868]; Mary Laura (CAMPBELL) CORDON [born 1870].
Siblings: Mary "Polly" Caroline CAMPBELL [married: 1.) Andrew STEELE; 2.) Abel THOMAS.]; Luvica Melinda CAMPBELL; James Anderson CAMPBELL [died at age 11]; Sarah "Sally" Ann CAMPBELL [married Henry STANLEY]; Allen Green CAMPBELL [married: 1.) Florence A. OUSLER (or OURSLER); 2.) Eleanor (CROUCH) YOUNG.]
Nemaha County Spectator, Wetmore, Kansas, Friday, 22 June 1894, page 4, col. 3:
"John H. Campbell, an aged and respected citizen of Ontario, died yesterday. Information of his death was received at a late hour, and the time for holding the funeral, was not learned."
The Seneca Tribune, June 28, 1894, page 2, col. 4, Bancroft Breezes:
"John Campbell after a lingering illness has passed away from things earthly, and gone to that abode not made with hands, and where sorrow does not enter. The funeral services were held from the Ontario school house."
1865 State of Kansas, Brown County, Lochnane Township, Post Office: Carson. [John, age 32, with wife Sarah and son Henry]; 1870 Kansas, Nemaha County, Granade Township, Post Office: Seneca, page 3. [John, age 38, with wife, son and one daughter]; 1875 State of Kansas, Nemaha County, Wetmore Township. Page 5 [J. H. with wife Sarah, son Henry G., and daughters Franckie and Mary L.]; 1880 Kansas, Nemaha County, Wetmore Township; 1885 State of Kansas, Nemaha County, Wetmore Township, Post Office: Wetmore. Page 27-29.
Book: William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas, first published in 1883 by A. T. Andreas, Chicago, IL.
NEMAHA COUNTY. Biographical Sketches: John H. Campbell..
Book: "Kansas Pioneers" (1976), by Topeka Genealogical Society, Topeka, Kansas, page 282-283, #282, "The Campbells." Page 283, John H. Campbell.
Periodical: Topeka Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. 6. #1, Jauary 1976. The Topeka Genealogical Society (an index of Jackson County, Kansas, marriages.)
Military: Pension file, National Archives.
John H. Campbell, Union, Private. Enrolled 16 August 1862 in Company B of the 11th Kansas Cavalry, commanded by Thomas Ewing. Honorably Dischared at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 31 August 1865. Soldier's Certificate 186,641. Application for Pension No. 285,826.
Land: BLM, General Land Office Records:
John H. CAMPBELL, Section 22, Township 3S, Range 11E, Nemaha County, Kansas, 120 acres.
James Campbell (1796 - 1836)
Ruth Ann Anderson Campbell (1803 - 1877)
Sarah V. "Williams" Campbell (1840 - 1894)
Henry Green Campbell (1862 - 1913)*
Frances Ruth Campbell Drake (1868 - 1889)*
Mary Laura Campbell Cordon (1870 - 1916)*
Mary Caroline Campbell Thomas (1822 - 1895)*
Sally Ann Campbell Stanley (1828 - 1872)*
John Henry Campbell (1832 - 1894)
Allen Green Campbell (1834 - 1902)*
Maintained by: Jan Fenter
Originally Created by: Paula Segrest
Record added: Sep 13, 2008
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