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Daniel P. Campbell, aged 66 years and a veteran of the civil war, died Sept 4, 1910 at his home in Cunot, Owen County, Ind., where he has been a well known and respected resident for the past 59 years. He was born Oct. 26, 1844 in the state of Pennsylvania and came to Indiana at the age of 8 years, with his parents Michael and Lucy Campbell, settling in Owen County. Daniel Campbell enlisted in the army in 1862, serving three years as a private in Company B, 97th Indiana Volunteers, having seen active service in the battles of Vicksburg, Lookout Mountain, and Missionary Ridge under the command of General Sherman. After his return from the war he was married to Merium Creed. To them were born the following children: Eliza Campbell of Spencer, Leota Willard Slaven of Terre Haute, Olive Rupard of Fairland , Okla., Walter Campbell of Indianapolis and William Sherman Campbell of Terre Haute. Mr. Campbell followed the carpenter trade; was a merchant and post master for 12 years in Cunot. His wife Merium Campbell, died April 28, 1880. He afterward married Margaret Anderson. To this union were born 9 children, 3 of whom are living. Roy Campbell of Terre Haute, Theodare and Blanche Campbell of Cunot. Relatives, comrades, and friends have bid him goodbye. One more soldier has falled! He has answered the last roll call, and has been mustered into the army of the Lord to serve through eternity’s lapse of years.

Posted by Paul Kinder

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