Olive Campbell

December 20, 1885 - January 24, 1916

Olive (nee Lawrence) Campbell was a daughter of Horace and Edna (nee Smithers) Lawrence.  Horace, a pioneer of York Township and a Civil War veteran, was the son of Jesse and Almeda (nee Benedict) Lawrence who were also early settlers of York.  Likewise, Horace was a first cousin to Adonijah Benedict, another pioneer of York Township and a Civil War veteran.  Olive married Charles Campbell in 1911.  He was a son of Charles M. and Martha A. (nee Gibson) Campbell, both of whom were early pioneers of York Township and interred in Neillsville Cemetery.  Similarly, Charles Campbell was also a grandson to Samuel L. and Orpah (nee Webster) Gibson, who were early pioneers of York Township and are buried in York Center Cemetery.  Olive Lawrence was buried in the grave plot where Claude Dean Lawrence (a son of William and Edna Dean-Lawrence) was originally buried.  However, Claude was then re-located to the plot next to his motherís grave.

 

 


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