Selected Madison County Obituraries


Campbell, Mrs. Hannah

    News was received here last week of the death of Mrs. Hannah Campbell at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bert Hughes, near Earlville. The funeral was held at the home Wednesday and the body was brought here for burial. Mrs. Campbell was a sister of Mrs. Hattie Fisk and was a former resident of this place. - 1921 in pencil on obit

Campbell, James

    James Campbell passed away Friday after a short illness of pneumonia in a hospital in Buffalo. He was 43 years old. Buffalo has been his stopping place since he began the run of express messenger on the NYC RR several years ago. Before taking up that work he had worked for sometime in Swancott's livery in Utica and for Messrs. Frank and William Hatch in New York. He won a host of friends wherever he was. He never married. The deceased was the oldest son of Frank and Hannah Campbell of Lebanon, where he was born. His father was called to the better land several years ago. He leaves to mourn his mother, two brothers, Frank of Ilion and Samuel of Otselic; one sister, Mrs. Bert Hughes, of Poolville and a host of friends and other relatives. The funeral was held at the home of Bert Hughes in Poolville Monday, Rev Paul Monk of Earlville officiating. Burial was made in the Lebanon cemetery.

Campbell, Morell

Morell Campbell

    Morell Campbell of Lebanon passed away on Thursday, July 9, 1925, aged 71 years. He had been in failing health for some time.
    The deceased was the youngest son of Daniel and Theodosia Campbell and one of eight children. He was born in the town of Lebanon, and his entire life was spent in Smyrna and Lebanon.
    On June 19, 1875, he was married at Cazenovia to Martha Johnson of Erieville. Mrs. Campbell died in 1918.
    The deceased is survived by three children: William of Lebanon, Joseph of Oneida and Mrs. May Jones of Norwich.
    Funeral services were held at the Congregational church in Lebanon on Saturday afternoon, Rev. J T Cowan officiating. Burial was made in the Lebanon cemetery.
Carey, John

    John Carey, aged 52 years, died at his home in Georgetown early last Wednesday morning, after a lingering and painful illness. He had lived a good many of his years in this town. He was a kind and indulgent parent and has many friends who are pained to learn of his departure. On June 16, 1894 he was united in marriage to Polly Soule and to them was born two sons, Alton and Max, and two daughters, Mildred and Norma. He leaves four brothers, Jesse, Kale, Seward and Ward; also a sister, Edna Collier and a father, Alonzo Carey. A half-sister, Doris Vedder and a half-brother, Gay Carey, also survive. They have the sympathy of all in their bereavement.
    The funeral was largely attended by relatives and friends. It was held at the Otselic M E church Saturday at 2 pm. The flowers were many and beautiful. Burial was made in Maple Grove cemetery.

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