|Birth: ||Apr., 1864|
Nova Scotia, Canada
|Death: ||Apr. 8, 1943|
Married to Dr Donald Campbell, a prominent Butte, Montana physician at the height of its mining prosperity, which included executives of the large mining interests. Donald and Jessie adopted the child of his sister Flora after her death, with the permission of Flora's husband Frank and they renamed him Edward Lyman Campbell. As Donald and Jessie were unable to have children of their own.
Dr. Campbell's House: 307 West Broadway: In 1896, Dr. Donald Campbell built this whimsical home and also used it as office space for his medical practice. The stone and stucco facade of the home looks more like a cake carved from Italian ice and trimmed with frosting. An arched entrance is trimmed with stone and the large bay window on the first floor is decorated with garlands, denitls, and bull's eye. A bay window on the second floor is capped by flared roof is reminiscent of a Spanish cathedral. This home was featured in Elizabeth Pomada's 1987 book about multi-colored restored Victorian homes, "Daughters of Painted Ladies." Actually this house is one of several restored homes on what was known locally as the "Mediterranean Block."
Donald Campbell (1862 - 1925)*
Edward L Campbell (1898 - 1967)*
Mount Moriah Cemetery
Silver Bow County
Created by: Paula Rung Marshall
Record added: Dec 24, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 63285500
Added: Apr. 9, 2012