Archibald Campbell 1873-1957
- I am looking for more information on Archibald Campbell born 26 July
1873, died 29 July 1957. He married Mary Ann CROSS and had four
children (Ronald, Isabel Evelyn, Leslie Keith and Geoffrey Alan) one of
whom was my grandfather (Leslie Keith). So far I've been unable to find
birth or marriage certificates which is particularly frustrating as
I've gathered masses of information on other branches of the family.
I'm fairly certain he was born in Victoria, but the place listed on my
grandfather's birth certificate is hard to decipher. I've been told he
had two brothers Colin and Duncan (older I think).
- Cyc> Archibald Campbell 1873-1957 From: wolfiboy69
Digger - Pioneer Index. Victoria 1836-1888
Surname : campbell (4740 matches)
Given Names : archibald (3684 matches)
Year : 1873 (49895 matches)
Total matching records: 2 (other was death of 7 year old of same
Surname: CAMPBELL Given Names: Archibald Brown
Event: B Spouse Surname/Father: James Spouse Gvn Names/Mother: Janet DEWAR
Age: Sex: Birth Place: MELTON Death Place:
Year: 1873 Reg Number: 18630 Denomination: Parish: Fiche:
Ronald was born Carlton in 1905 (could have been at the Royal Woman's
Hospital or they lived there)
Leslie Keith born 1915 Carlton "
and Geoffrey 1919 Carlton (Melbourne) "
27 Leslie Campbells married between 1921 and 1942, no Leslie Keiths,
but one plain Leslie married an Anne Chatham in 1938.
Can't find Isabel or any rumoured older brothers (all these from the
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Thanks very much for the information, greatly appreciated. I have been
looking at the online database as well as a number of other sites. I
found records online for Isabel, Leslie, and Geoffrey, but not Ronald
(but obtained dates for him elsewhere).
I have dates and descendents for Archibald Campbell and Mary Ann Cross
and these can be found online
at:http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/lund/web/families.htm if people are
interested. Thanks to your information I'll hopefully be able to keep
working my way back through the generations -- thanks to all of you who
are sharing information and maintaining this site.