|Birth: ||Nov. 3, 1833|
|Death: ||May 25, 1903|
Believe she belongs with this family but not sure where she is buried.
Ellen Truex, (nee McCammon) [Source: Newspaper clipping February 18, 1919]
On February 18, 1919, the pure and gentle spirit of Mrs. Ellen Truex was called from this world to the celestial home above, being in her 73rd year. The subject of this sketch, formerly Miss Ellen McCammon, was born in the year 1846, on a farm now the home of her brother, Alexander McCammon, of near Kerr Station. She was the youngest daughter of Robert and Jane McCammon, and one of a family of six children of which the oldest brother, Alexander, is the only surviving member. Two brothers, Robert and Samuel, and two sister, Mrs. Jane Brown and Mrs. Sarah Stimpert having preceded her to that hem where there is no parting and no more good byes said. Mrs. Truex was formerly one of Monroe County’s progressive school teachers and will always be kindly remembered by many of the middle aged men and women of today for whom he did so much by always setting a good example of patriotism and morality. She always had a word of welcome for all who came to visit her home and there was nothing gave her more pleasure than to have her friends around her enjoying a social chat with those near and dear to her. She will be sadly missed by her many friends and relatives.
Robert Western McCammon (1863 - 1900)*
Alexander Hunter McCammon (1869 - 1920)*
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