Obit: Campbell, Marion Naomi #2 (1875 - 1944)
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Surnames: Campbell, Fahlgren, Frazier, Rose, Criss, Hunstock, Reed, Newbold, Bullard, Darling, Frantz, Krejci, Owens, Sundberg
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 27 July 1944
Campbell, Marion Naomi (19 Mar. 1875 - 20 July 1944)
Mrs. Marion Campbell, aged 69, of Neillsville, died Thursday, July 20, at the Neillsville Hospital, after an illness of a week. Death was caused by heart ailment and complications.
Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon, July 24, at the Schiller-Terhune Funeral Home. Services were conducted by the Rev. Floyd A. Fahlgren, pastor of the Methodist Church. Burial took place in the Neillsville Cemetery.
Marion Naomi, daughter of James and Elizabeth Frazier, was born on March 19, 1875, in Jefferson County, Ohio. She went with her parents to Toronto, Canada, and there on December 20, 1890, she was married to Isaac Alexander Campbell, who died in 1926. She also resided in Pittsburg, Penn., for a few years, and about fifteen years ago came to Neillsville to make her home with her daughter, Violet, Mrs. Earl Rose. When her daughter died in 1938, Mrs. Campbell remained here with Mr. Rose to care for her grandchildren.
Mrs. Campbell was a member of the Methodist Church. She was devoted to her grandchildren, and was a woman of quite disposition.
Surviving Mrs. Campbell are the following children: Mrs. Hazel Criss, Toronto, Canada, and Charlotte, Derwood; Ruth and Rosco Campbell, who resided in the East. The surviving grandchildren are: Mary, Mrs. Norman Hunstock, Florence, Charles and Marguerite Rose, all of Neillsville, and Miss Delores Rose, Madison. Also surviving are her son-in-law, Earl Rose; Madison and two sisters, Mrs. Dora Reed and Mrs. Cora Newbold, both of Toronto. Two sisters and two brothers are deceased.
Earl Rose and daughter, Miss Delores, were here from Madison for the funeral services.
Pallbearers were Fred Bullard, Fred Darling, George Frantz, John Krejci, William Owens and Clyde Sundberg.
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