Only child of Elwood James Dickinson and Emma Irene Payne in Marple Township. Attended Marple Newtown High School, won a silver trophy for best typist in class, and graduated as one of eight in class of 1928. She lost her mother in 1923. After graduation, she was living with her mother's brother, George Payne and family in the Wynnefield section of Philadelphia and working as a secretary in a law office. Around 1935 she married William Wesley Campbell from a Marple family. They lived in a house on Franklin Street, and her father Elwood lived around the corner in a house on Sproul Rd. On Saturday September 30, 1939, she died by "illuminating gas poisoning". The coroner determined that it was a suicide. She was buried in the Campbell family plot at Glenwood Cemetery. Her father in law Wesley Campbell joined her there in 1963, her mother in law Sarah in 1968, and her husband William in 1979. None of the individual graves are marked and no name is on the headstone. Information determined based on cemetery records.
Stone is in good shape in 2020.
William Wesley Campbell
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