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From: "Vera Reeves" <>
Subject: [ARIZARD-L] S. H. Campbell obituary
Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2002 14:59:12 -0600
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Calico Rock Progerss
Calico Rock, AR newspaper
Jan 25, 1924
Illness fatal to Herbert Campbell
S. H. Campbell one of the best known and most highly respected citizens in
this section, died at his home near Wild Cherry last Tuesday morning at 11
o'clock, following an attack of measles, with which he suffered several days
and which malady has been raging in that vicinity some time.
Mr Campbell was well known here, being the eldest son of R. A. Campbell. He
was borne and reared in the Tremble Camp (sp) ground vicinity, but a few
years ago he moved to Wild Cherry.
The news of the death of this good citizen came as a shock to all and
brought forth many expressions of sympathy for the family and immediate
relatives as the deceased was know as a most valuable citizen a devout
Christian and a man who was known by well-meaning deeds of action - a most
valued man to any community in which he lived.
Funeral services were held at the home Wednesday morning, services being
conducted by Rev Due of Wild Cherry. Burial took place at the Trimble
Campground cemetery at about 3 p.m.
Besides his wife and six children, deceased is survived by his parents, Mr
and Mrs R. A. Campbell, his Grandmother Campbell; one sister, Miss Emma
Campbell, teaching in the school here, and two brothers, A. G. Campbell of
Prairie Grove, Ark., and W. R. Campbell of Mtn. Home.
Arkansas Death Record Indes
Campbell, Stephen H. d. 1-22-1924 in Fulton County
He's buried in the Trimble Campground Cemetery
Herbert Campbell 1878-1924
It would seem his parents Robert A. and Susan C. Campbell are also buried in
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