Campbell Cemetery
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    Located on the Cellon Farm, north of Gainesville, in a pasture in the woods behind the home of Mrs. Adolph Means, who was a member of the Campbell Family and her home is in the original location of the Campbell Home.
    Mrs. Means says there are only two markers in the cemetery, one with the name WARREN on it and the other with DELL on it.  She knows that the following people are buried there and probably others too.  The birthdays quoted here are taken from the family Bible, which she owns.

William Lowndes Campbell                  b.  2 /7 /1823
Elizabeth Louise Burch Campbell          b.  8 /16/1829
Wife of Wm. L. Campbell
Anna Elizabeth Campbell Dell              b.  '8/23/1847
Wife of James M. Dell
Daughter of W.L. and E.L. Campbell
Sarah Jackson Campbell                    b.  9 /23/1851
Daughter of W.L. and E.L. Campbell
James Irby Burch Campbell                b.  10/9 /1855
Son of W.L. and E.L. Campbell
Eliza Hugen Campbell                      b.  10/21/1857
Daughter of W.L. and E.L. Campbell
Jackson Burch Campbell                    b.  6 /15/1860
Son of W.L. and E.L. Campbell

Mrs. Pauline Hague Hartley of Hague, Florida says that her grandmother and grandfather and little brother are buried there also.

James Hague
wife
Miriam Little Hague
Little Brother
Christopher Hague
Great Aunt
Washti Little Phillips


From Page 46 of Volume 1 of Alachua County Cemeteries by the Gainesville Chapter of the DAR
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