Campbell

 

Ancestors of
Louville Campbell

1. Louville Campbell b. 15 April 1863 Oronoco, Olmsted county, MN; daughter of Jacob Andrew Jackson Campbell and Rachel Amelia Root married at the age of 20 William Townsend Pine on 25 December 1882 at Holt Co., NE, at the home of James H. Pine. After the death of William she married a cousin William Davis, William came up missing and she married Gys Bertus “George” Walther in St. Helens, OR, 6 August 1901. Louville died of diabetes 4 Feb 1914 at Megler, Pacific county, WA… she is buried at Ocean Park Cemetery – Megler, Pacific county, WA

2. Jacob Andrew Jackson Campbell, born NJ, died of exhaustion and dementia 27 April 1911 at the state hospital in Salem, Marion County, OR. He is buried at the Lee Mission Cemetery in Salem.

Notes: From the IGI an extraction from a Christening dated 2 Nov 1834 in the Dutch Reformed Church, Paramus, Bergen county, New Jersey; for Jacob Andrew Jackson Campbell parents Samuel Campbell and Betsy (perhaps Elizabeth)… not yet found on the 1850 census for Bergen, NJ

3. Rachel Amelia Root b. 12 Aug 1842 of parents Zelotes Root and Mary Cole d. 13 Nov 1923 Estacada, Clackamas county, OR and is buried at the Philip Linn Pioneer Cemetery at Estacada, Clackamas county, OR.

Notes: The Federal census of Nebraska for the year 1885 Enumeration District 465, Creighton Precinct, Knox county lists the Campbell family. They purchased property in Brush Prairie, Clark county, WA, in 1887. Land records from St. Helens, Columbia county, OR indicate that they purchased land at Milton Station (Houlton)(St. Helens) on 2 April 1890. After Jacob died Rachel moved to Estacada and lived with her daughter Gertrude Stamp.

 

 

Children of Jacob Andrew Jackson Campbell
and Rachel Amelia Root:

i. Louville Campbell, b. Oronoco, Olmsted county, Minnesota 15 Apr 1863; married William Townsend Pine, She died 4 February 1914 and is buried in the Ocean Park Cemetery at Megler, Pacific county, WA.
ii. Amelia Campbell, b. Iowa 1871, married Alfred Smith Woodward 22 October 1888; d…
iii. Gertrude Elauna Campbell, b. Niobrara, Holt county, Nebraska 9 May 1876, married Philip Sagar Stamp at the home of JAJ Campbell in St. Helens on 4 June 1892.
iv. Walter Campbell, b. Nebraska 1884, married Bessie Fowler Stone, 28 April 1906 at the home of JAJ Campbell, in St. Helens, Columbia county, OR

Note: Jacob Andrew Jackson Campbell walked out to Oregon from Nebraska then went back and brought out his family… they came out by rail… and settled at Brush Prairie, Clark county, WA… from Lynn Woodward, son of Amelia Campbell Woodward

Comment: the railroad came to Portland in 1883… since the Campbell family was still in NE in 1885 the train seems practical …ldr

My mother (Amelia Campbell) told me she was born in Council Bluffs, [Pottawattamie county], Iowa… and she talked about walking behind a covered wagon to Rochester, [Olmsted county], Minnesota… Lynn Woodward

Comment: From Council Bluffs to Rochester is about 350 miles… Louville was born at Oronoco about 16 miles north of Rochester in 1863… Gertrude was born at Niobrara in NE in 1876… there must have been some backtracking involved… wonder what the attraction was… Rachel’s family had already gone to Colorado… maybe Jacob’s family was still in the Minnesota area… ldr

Mother married in 1888, she waited for her 18th birthday which made her an adult… She was working for Gertrude and her husband Phil Stamp who were working at the old Brower Mill where my Dad was a sawyer. Her folks were at Brush Prairie, Washington, near Vancouver. So she walked up the river to just below the Cape Horn, as we called it, took a rowboat across the river to Latourell, walked eight miles up the old wagon road to Brower, which was in the canyon half way between Bridal Veil and the later Palmer Mill… from Lynn Woodward

Comment: Gertude Campbell and Phil Stamp did not marry till much later… the reference must be to Louville Campbell and her husband William Townsend Pine… ldr

Dad (Alfred Smith Woodward) used to talk about their weekends at Brower… they would work ten or twelve hours on Saturday then walk eight miles to Latourell… dance all night, at least till daybreak… then play baseball all day… then walk eight miles back up the hill to Brower… from Lynn Woodward

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