|Birth: ||May 5, 1898|
|Death: ||Aug. 10, 1994|
"Mrs. Saint Campbell"
Mrs Helen Nelson Landers Fauber - Campbell
I knew her from when I was a-wee lad living in my Great Grandmother Harvey's home on the Old Roseland Road down from Widows corner at Virginia Route 151 at the junction of Hatt Creek at Oppossum Trot. They had the house and land adjacent to more kin, the Strattons here and across was Richard Harvey too.
She was a wonderful soul and person as was her husband Mr. St. Campbell also. Mrs. Saint Campbell, as I always called her even wrote me poems that were published. Yes I for some reason thought her name was St. Campbell as on the US Mailbox showed..
Her dog Whiskers, a terrier was one of my favorite dogs.
Claude Raymond "Ray" Fauber, Junior
Was US National Park Ranger :
Leonidas Memphis Landers
Lulie Preston Bowyer Landers
Brothers & Sisters:
Grace Preston Landers
Thomas Bowyer Landers
Elise Kinloch Landers Hammond
Edwin Page Landers
Claude Raymond Fauber
Ray Claude Raymond Fauber, Junior.
Grace Roselyn Fauber Young
Martha Lou Fauber Conner
Carolyn Nelson Fauber Rodriguez
Saint Thomas Campbell
By Jonathan Robert De Mallie
Leonidas M Landers (1858 - 1929)
Lulie Preston Bowyer Landers (1868 - 1939)
Claude Raymond Fauber (1905 - 1984)
Saint Thomas Campbell (1893 - 1981)*
Claude Raymond Fauber (1927 - 1997)*
Grace Roselyn Fauber Young (1929 - 2008)*
Martha Lou Fauber Conner (1930 - 2015)*
Carolyn N Fauber Rodriguez (1933 - 1990)*
Helen Nelson Landers Fauber - Campbell (1898 - 1994)
Grace Preston Landers (1900 - 1921)*
Thomas Bowyer Landers (1901 - 1966)*
Edwin Page Landers (1907 - 1974)*
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Originally Created by: C Long
Record added: Aug 16, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 20970273
Mrs. Helen Nelson Landers Campbell|
Jonathan Robert De Mallie, Historian
Added: Sep. 1, 2015
This is a bittersweet memory, but deeply sweet all the same.I remember feeling honored to be an emergency pallbearer at your funeral as one of them was late. He showed up in time, but I was still allowed to be the addition. It was the first time to be a p...(Read more)|
Added: Apr. 9, 2014
Nana, I miss you. I remember one of several times playing the piano for you at Nanny's house (your daughter, Martha). I was a kid. I was explaining to you that this was a song about flowers in a field and a breeze was blowing. I am, right now, looking fro...(Read more)|
Added: Apr. 9, 2014
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