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Name of Deceased: Aline Sylvia Campbell
Newspaper: The Potosi Independent Jouranl
Date: Oct. 24, 2002
Submitters Name: Robert King

Obit: Aline Sylvia Campbell of Caledonia, Mo., passed away Monday, October 14, 2002, in the Georgian Gardens Nursing Home in Potosi, at the age of 78 years, 8 months and 14 days.  She was born January 30, 1924, at Caledonia to the late George and Grace (Hull) Grenia.  Aline was united in marriage to Hunter Campbell on November 5, 1951, at Pocahontas, Arkansas and two children were born to this union.  She was also preceded in death by her husband on Dec. 10, 1978.  She was preceded in death by a sister, Edna Pettit; a brother, Gale Grenia and a grandson, Bill Gene Cain.  Those who remain to mourn her passing are one son, Rodney Hunter and wife, Terasa, of Caledonia; one daughter, Doris Jean Hackworth and husband Donald of Leadwood; one brother, Edward Grenia of Denver, Colorado; two sisters, Hazel Pierce of St. Louis and Roselie Halbert of Potosi; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren, nieces, and nephews, and other relatives and friends who will sadly miss her.  Funeral services were conducted 1 p.m Wednesday, October 16 at Britton Chapel with Rev. Ronnie Payne officiating.  Serving as pallbearers were Cody Campbell, Jack Hathcook, Sonny Halbert, Brian Hackworth, Jack Montgomery and David Hackworth.  Interment was in the Caledonia Methodist Cemetery under the direction of the Britton Funeral Home of Potosi.

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Name of Deceased: Charles Cecil Campbell
Newspaper: The Potosi Independent Journal
Date: Feb. 19, 2004
Submitters Name: Robert King

Obit: Charles Cecil Campbell of Belleview, Missouri departed this life on February 6, 2004 at his residence having reached the age of 76 years, 9 months and 8 days.  He was born April 29, 1927 at Caledonia, Missouri to the late Dellie Cordell and Dora Ann Woolford Campbell.  Charles was a veteran of the United States Army having served during the Korean Conflict. His service began when he was inducted November 16, 1950.  During his time in the Army he attained the rank of Corporal.  He was honorably discharged on September 27, 1956.  On June 6, 1953 he was united in marriage to Betty Midgett at Caledonia, Missouri.  To this union four sons and two daughters were born.  For the past thirty-seven years he, with his wife, resided in Belleview.  Charles was a retiree from the Chrysler Corporation and fellow member of the United Auto Workers Union affiliation.  In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by six of his brothers, Roscoe, Gene, Ted, Hunter, Orville and John Campbell and by two sisters, Irene Seabourne and Ethylene Singleton.  Among the loved ones who remain to mourn his passing from this life are his loving and devoted wife of over 50 years, Betty Campbell of Belleview; four sons, Charles Dale "Rick" Campbell of Farmington, James David Campbell and wife Teresa of Caledonia, Larry Stephen Campbell of Middle Brook and George Irvin Campbell and wife Dawn of Farmington; two daughters, Regina Gay Miller and husband Jeff of Belleview and Jeanette Campbell and husband Bruce Ward of Park City, Montana; a brother, William Campbell and wife Essie of Potosi; a sister, Margie O'Neal and husband Acey of Chula Vista, California; his nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other family members and many dear friends who will also sadly miss him.  Funeral services were conducted at 10 a.m. Tuesday, February 10, 2004 at the Britton Chapel, Potosi, with Rev. Daryl Rhodes officiating.  Serving as pallbearers were Rick Campbell, James Campbell, Larry Campbell, Josh Campbell, Jeff Miller and Rodger Romine.  Honorary pallbearers were Scott Tate, Jimmy Nicholson, Jimmie Russell and Randy Tate.  Interment and final prayers were at Caledonia Methodist Cemetery with the Britton Funeral Home of Potosi being entrusted with all the arrangements.

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Name of Deceased: Dellie Cordell Campbell
Newspaper: The Potosi Journal
Date: June 13, 1935
Submitters Name: Robert King

Obit: Caledonia - The funeral of D. C. Campbell who died on June 7, 1935, was held from the Pleasant Grove Baptist Church on Tuesday with Eld. J. H. McClain officiating.  Deceased is survived by eleven children.  Mr. Campbell was a Spanish - American War Veteran.  Soldiers from Jefferson Barracks performed the last rites at the grave in the M. E. cemetery.  The family have the sympathy of all in their sorrow.

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Name of Deceased: Eugene Hensley Campbell
Newspaper: The Potosi Independent Journal
Date: May 24, 1951
Submitters Name: Robert King

Obit: Master Sergeant Eugene Hensley Campbell, Sr., United States Army, passed away May 10, 1951 at the Walter Reed Hospital in Washington D.C. after a period of several months illness.  The body was shipped from Washington D.C. to Caledonia, arrriving at Bismarck Monday, May 14.  An Army escort was provided.  Sgt. Campbell, son of Dellie and Dora Campbell, was born on July 12, 1908, near Caledonia .  He made a career of the Army, first enlisting July 4, 1928, and he has served since that time.  While stationed at Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. he was united in marriage to LaNeil Reeves in 1932.  To this union three children were born; Eugene Jr., Albert C., and Dora Ann.  On Oct. 16, 1943 Sgt. Campbell was married to Onie Byrd while stationed at Ft. Dix, New Jersey.  Sgt. Campbell is survived by wife and children, three sisters; Mrs. Irene Seabourne, Caledonia, Mrs. Ethelyn Singleton of Bismarck, and Marjorie Henson of Fornfelt.  He is also survived by six brothers; Hunter J. of Caledonia, Theodore R. of Elvins, Orville R. and William C. of St. Louis, Cpl. John W. in the United States Army, stationed at Fort Bragg, N.C., and Pvt. Chas. C. Campbell, in the United States Army, at Camp Gordon, Ga.  Sgt.Campbell was admitted to the hospital at Fort Benning, Ga. Dec. 7, 1950, and was transfered to Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D.C. Feb. 12, 1951.  He was on sick leave in April and visited friends and relatives in and near Caledonia.  At the time his condition became critical he was scheduled to be released from the Army upon recommendation of Board of Medical Survey.  The Army Chaplain assured all that Sgt. Campbell passed on peacefully.  He had a varied Army career.  He served at Ft. Sam Houston, Tex., Camp Campbell, Ky., Fort Dix, N.J., Fort Bragg, N.C., Camp Shelby, Miss. and Fort Benning, Ga.  During World War II he was overseas, serving in the field Artillery of the 8th Army throughout the North African and the invasion of Sicily campaigns.  During his career he earned the Good Conduct, American Defence, European Theater (with four stars), American Theater, World War II Victory, Army Occupation Medals along with the Combat Infantryman Citation and a Foreign Citation presented by France.  Funeral services were conducted Thursday, May 17 at the Methodist Church, Caledonia and burial was in the Methodist cemetery at Caledonia.  Full Military honors were rendered with St. Francois County VFW Post 2426 Flat River, in charge.  White & Sons Funeral Service.

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Name of Deceased: Hunter Joseph Campbell
Newspaper: The Potosi Independent Journal
Date: Dec. 14, 1978
Submitters Name: Robert King

Obit: Hunter Joseph Campbell of Rt. 1, Caledonia, Mo., was born July 16, 1909 at Caledonia, a son of the late Dellie and Dora (Woolford) Campbell.  He passed away December 10, 1978 in Mineral Area Osteopathic Hospital at the age of 69 years, 4 months and 24 days.   Mr. Campbell served his country with the U. S. Army overseas during World War II and was honorably discharged in 1945.  He was united in marriage to Aline Grenia on November 5, 1951 and two children were born to this union.  Besides his parents he was preceded in death by a sister, Etheleen Singleton and two brothers, Roscoe and Eugene Campbell.  Those who remain to mourn his passing are his loving and devoted wife Aline; a daughter, Jean (Mrs. Don Hackworth) of Irondale; a son, Rodney Campbell and wife, Anita of Ironton; two sisters, Irene (Mrs. John Seabourne) of Caledonia and Margie O'Neal of California; five brothers, Theodore of Caledonia, Orville of St. Louis, William of Potosi, John of St. Louis and Cecil of Belleview; 5 grandchildren, 6 step grandchildren, nieces, nephews , many other relatives and friends.  Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday, December 13 at the Caledonia United Methodist Church with Rev. J. Wesley Thomas officiatiing.  Interment was in the Caledonia Methodist Cemetery under the direction of Britton Bros. (Sparks) Funeral Home of Potosi.

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Name of Deceased: Roscoe O. Campbell
Newspaper: The Potosi Independent Journal
Date: Sept. 2, 1948
Submitters Name: Robert King

Obit: Roscoe O. Campbell, well known business man of Caledonia, died in St. Luke's Hospital, St. Louis, Sunday, Aug. 29, 1948 at 6:45.  He had been ill several months.  Mr. Campbell had spent his entire life in this county, the more recent years at Caledonia, where he had been in business since 1926.  The past year his health failed and a heart condition hastened his death.  Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. Robert B. Siedentopf of Potosi, assisted by the pastor, Rev. E. H. Conner from the Caledonia Methodist Church, Wednesday at 2 p.m.  Soloist, Mrs. Edward Talmadge of Belleview sang " Sometime We'll Understand," and Lyle White of Ironton sang  "Good Night and Good Morning".  A quartet composed of Mesdames Talmadge, Mrs. John Akers, W. L. Neumeyer and U. P. Wood, sang "In The Garden" as the farewell number.  Beautiful sprays and baskets of flowers from sorrowing relatives and friends were numerous.  Burial was in the Caledonia Methodist Cemetery under thi direction of the White Funeral Home of Ironton.  Mr. Campbell was a son of the late D. C. and Dora Woolford Campell, and was born August 3, 1904, at Belgrade.  He was married to Miss May Smith on August 31, 1932, in Potosi.  All his married life was spent in Caledonia.  It was while in the hospital last Friday he was baptized and received into the Potosi Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Robert B. Siedentopf.  Mr. Campbell had served two terms as a member of the Village Council at Caledonia and was a member of the town board at the time of his death.  Surviving are his wife; three sisters, Mrs. John G. Seabourne of Caledonia, Mrs. Ethelene Tullock of Bismarck, Mrs. John Henson of Fornfelt and seven brothers, Eugene, of the Army in North Carolina, Hunter of Caledonia, Theodore of Elvins, Orville of St. Louis, William and Johnnie of Arkansas and Cecil of Caledonia.

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Name of Deceased: Theodore R. Campbell
Newspaper: The Potosi Independent Journal
Date: June 7, 1984
Submitters Name: Robert King

Obit: Theodore R. Campbell of Harviell, Mo., passed away at his residence June 1, 1984 at the age of 68 years, 3 months and 11 days.  He was born February 21, 1916 at Caledonia, Mo. to the late Della Cordell and Dora A. Campbell.  "Ted", as he was known to family and friends, served his country in the U.S. Army for 3 years and in the Air Force for four years with some service time spent overseas during World War II.  He was united in marriage to Margaret Duncan November 9, 1940 at Ste. Genevieve, Mo., and two daughters were born to this union.  In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one sister, Etheleen Singleton; four brothers, Gene, Rosco, Hunter and Orville Campbell.  Those who remain to mourn his passing are his loving and devoted wife, Margaret Campbell; two daughters, Beverly (Mrs. Joe Westgate) of Denver, Colorado and Carol (Mrs. Paul Bridgwater) of Harviel, Mo.; three brothers, Bill Campbell of Potosi, John Campbell of St. Louis and Cecil Campbell of Belleview; two sisters, Mragie (Mrs. Ace O'Neil) of California and Irene Seaborne of Caledonia; three grandchildren, one great-grandchild, nieces, nephews and other relatives.  Funeral services were conducted 2:00 p.m. Monday, June 4 at the Caledonia Assembly of God Church with Rev. Tom Faulkner and Rev. Paul Graham officiating,  Interment was in the Caledonia Methodist Cemetery under the direction of the Britton Funeral Home of Potosi.

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