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Campbell Family (Elk Prairie Road) Cemetery
Pacific County, Washington

Contributed by T Sheldon, Aug 23, 2000 [tsheldon@tss.net ]. Total records = 14.

Campbell Family Cemetery
Location: Section 12, T12N, R7W. Off highway 6.
Transcribed by T Sheldon this 13th day of May, 2000.

The Wallace Campbell family arrived in 1879 and chose this specific area of their land to create a cemetery because there was a magnificent old oak tree there. About 18 graves were placed behind the barn at the edge of the old oak tree. As late as the 1960s the farmer was known to have maintained a fence around the site, and he often mowed the grounds.

CAMPBELL, Alice Beatrice (FITZELL), b. 1871, d. 1951, other sources show b.1 Sep 1872 in Cedar Rapids IA, d. 10 Jul 1951
CAMPBELL, Margaret (BILDERBACK), d. 07 May 1890, age 75y 4m 19d, w/o Dannie, m/o Wm Wallace
CAMPBELL, Melvin, b. 1851, d. 13 May 1917, age 66y
CAMPBELL, Noel, b. 24 Jul 1894, d. 01 Jan 1966, his ashes were placed here Memorial Day 1966
CAMPBELL, Virgie, b. 29 Oct 1877, d.28 Dec 1888, age 11y, female
CAMPBELL, Wm. Wallace, b. 29 Aug 1856 Mankato MN, d. 13 Jul 1936, age 80y
ERICKSON, Eric, no dates, found by partner drowned in six foot of water in the creek, buried under oak near home of Wm. Wallace
PRENTISS, Sue, no dates, d. Portland OR, is said to be buried here
PRENTISS, Wm. Melvin, d. 1918, infant son of Sue Margaret (Campbell) Prentiss
SPARROW, F.L., no dates, ashes
SPARROW, Nell, d. 8 Aug 1906, age 63y
SPARROW, Tom, no dates
UNKNOWN, Mrs. Campbell's brother, from Willapa, was to have been buried here, his name might be SLOAN
UNKNOWN, two Indian graves

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