Kentucky Death Certificate #30342
Place of Death: Hickman, Fulton Co., Ky.; Name: Mrs. Elizabeth C. Campbell; Female;White; Widow; Date of Birth: January 22, 1829; Dateof Death: 12-7-1912; Cause: Pneumonia; Age; 83 years; Occupation: Housekeeping; Birthplace: Frederick Town, Madison Co., Mo.; Name of Father and His Birthplace: Antoween Dill, St. Jeneve, Mo.; Maiden Name of Mother and Her Birthplace: Ann Trasmel, Tennessee; Informant: Jno Pyle, Hickman, Ky.; Burial: City Cemetery, 12/20/1912
Corrections to the above; please note:
Elizabeth Clotilde Diehl was the daughter of Antoine Diehl and Anna Trammel. "The family came from Orleans, France to New Orleans, La. and then up the river by boat to St. Geneve, Mo. This was the first town west of the Miss. River. They were two young brothers and they bought up mines. One was the St. Louis Lead Mine and the other "Mine Le Mote". These mines made a lot of money for the two families. They were leased on a 99 year lease. One lease expired when we lived in Cal., but the family did not get the mine back. One lease expired when Papa's mother was living and she got a lot of money and moved to Parsons Kas. She built 5 homes. She lived in one, paps in one next door, Uncle Louis and his family lived there and she rented the rest. She was always known as grandma McBeth." letter from Irene Isbell Feb. 19, 1954.
The grandma McBeth referred to is Adele Mary Diehl, her sister who married Thomas J. Henderson Isbell, brother to William D. Isbell.
Additions from Shane Dallman's Isbell research.
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