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Simon Campbell and other Campbell's 1870's -- on
Posted by: Craig Campbell (ID *****0186) Date: May 30, 2002 at 20:46:37
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I have a Simon Campbell that came to Raymore in 1870, and his father and siblings came later about 1883, also settling in Raymore.
Simon Campbell's bio below indicated he was planning to open a motel in Raymore about 1883. Does anyone know if he did open a motel there? If not can anyone tell me how to find out if he did--
Simons father was John Campbell and he died in Jan 1899 in Raymore. I have quite a bit of info on the Campbell family if anyone has any ?

The subject of this sketch was born in Pennsylvania, February 14, 1850. His parents were John Campbell born in 1822 (September 10,1817) and Anna (Barnett), both natives of Pennsylvania. Simon moved with his family to Ohio in 1856, and located in Fayette County. He passed his younger days on his fathers farm and was educated in the common schools of Fayette County. He came west to Illinois in February of 1868, and settled in McDonough County, where he farmed for some two years. In the fall of 1870, he located to Cass County, Missouri. He was married in this county on November 21, 1872 to Miss Celia Carl, a daughter of Joseph Carl; she is a native of Ohio. Mr. Campbell is at present engaged in the livery business at Raymore, and also conducts a boarding house. He contemplates building a hotel this season, which is an institution much needed at this point, and which he is competent to manage, this will be run in connection with his livery business. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell have two children Charles Otto and Ida May. They are members of the Old School Presbyterian Church.

SOURCE: The History of Cass and Bates Counties -- printed in 1883

Craig Campbell

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