|Birth: ||Sep. 30, 1825|
|Death: ||Mar. 30, 1905|
JAMES BROWN CAMPBELL,
A native of Scotland, was born on September 30, 1825, arrived in New York City on June 30, 1828, and naturalized on October 20, 1848.
He resided in Watertown, NY, and enrolled there on September 11, 1862, as Captain in the 10th New York Heavy Artillery. He was promoted Major on January 14, 1863 and was wounded in action on April 2, 1865.
On July 18, 1865, he was transferred to the 6th New York Heavy Artillery and is mentioned several times in the Official Records.
Not much is known about his life after the war, except that he resided in Melbourne and was scalded by hot water at the City Baths on March 19, 1905 and died of shock on March 30, 1905.
He was buried at the Boroondara Cemetery in Kew, a suburb of Melbourne. His obituary states that he was a widower with a grown up family in Chicago, IL.
Alexander Campbell (1788 - 1842)
Christian Brown Campbell (1797 - 1863)
Sarah Flint Campbell (1834 - 1874)
James Brown Campbell (1856 - 1924)*
Robert Alex Campbell (1866 - 1946)*
James Brown Campbell (1825 - 1905)
Ebenezer Campbell (1827 - 1893)*
Peter B Campbell (1833 - 1915)*
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