Emeline L. Campbell
F, b. circa 1867, d. circa 27 January 1908
Emeline L. Campbell|b. c 1867\nd. c 27 Jan 1908|p2502.htm|John Wesley Campbell|b. 12 May 1829\nd. 8 Dec 1915|p2500.htm|Sarah Louise Davis|b. c 1835\nd. c 1874|p2501.htm|John W. Campbell|b. 20 Mar 1794\nd. 23 Jan 1850|p2499.htm|Ann W. Clark|b. 15 Dec 1801\nd. 8 Sep 1885|p719.htm|||||||
Emeline Campbell Berry, c1867-1908
- Father: John Wesley Campbell b. 12 May 1829, d. 8 December 1915
- Mother: Sarah Louise Davis b. circa 1835, d. circa 1874
- Emeline L. Campbell was born circa 1867 in Texas.
- John Wesley Campbell and Sarah Louise Davis appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1870 in Clear Creek, Harris County, Texas. Other members of the household included Emeline L. Campbell, Ann Williamson Clark and John Clark Campbell.
- Cousins Emeline and Sarah Campbell were photographed in identical dresses about 1877, likely while they were living with their uncle and aunt, Douglas and Ella Wood Campbell.
- Douglas McQueen Campbell and Ella Abercrombie Wood appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1880 in Montgomery County, Texas. Other members of the household included Emeline L. Campbell, Ann Williamson Clark, Sarah Patterson Campbell, John William Campbell and Evelina Alexander Barnes. Emma was the daughter of Douglas' widowed brother John W., and Sarah and John W. were the children of their deceased brother Marcus.
- Some Campbell cousin "girls" posed for a photograph about 1892.
- She married James Micajah Berry, son of William Wallace Berry and Mary Annis Davis, on 23 November 1892 in Galveston County, Texas.
- James Micajah Berry and Emeline L. Campbell appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1900 in Bedford, Virginia, at Bedford Avenue. Other members of the household included Abbie Howe Berry, James Micajah Berry, Thomas Davis Berry, Eloise Douglas Berry, Mary Annis Berry and John Clarke Berry.
- Emeline L. Campbell died circa 27 January 1908.
- Her husband James Micajah Berry became a widower at her death.
- The following appeared on 30 January 1908 in The Times-Dispatch: (Bedford City, Jan. 29) The funeral services of Mrs. Em. Campbell Berry took place this morning from the home of her husband, Mr. James M. Berry, on Bedford Avenue, conducted by Rev. Dallas Tucker, rector of St. John's Episcopal Church, of which she was a devoted and valued member, being also a most efficient and useful member of the Woman's Auxiliary Missionary Society and Guild of the church. There was a large assemblage of relatives and friends to testify to their love and admiration.
Mrs. Berry was a native of Galveston, Tex., whence about fifteen years ago she came as the bride of Mr. James M. Berry, and by her attractive person, rare intelligence, culture and loveliness of character soon won her way to the hearts of all those with whom she came in contact. She is survived by her husband and six children, who are Ellaoise, Mary, Clark, Edmonia, Nellie and Georgia, the two last twin infants, only ten weeks old. Scarce less devoted to her are the children of Mr. Berry's first marriage, who are Mrs. George Miles, Jr., James and Tom Berry.
- The following appeared on 27 July 1908 in The Times-Dispatch: (Bedford City, July 26) Georgie, the infant daughter of Mr. J. M. Berry, aged about eight months, died this morning at the home of her father in Bedford Avenue, after an illness of several weeks. Mrs. Berry died last February leaving twin daughters, of whom the little one who died this morning is one.
- Last Edited: 15 Feb 2013
Family: James Micajah Berry b. March 1862, d. 12 May 1909
- Eloise Douglas Berry+ b. 15 November 1893, d. January 1977
- Mary Annis Berry+ b. 20 July 1895, d. 12 August 1944
- John Clarke Berry b. 23 April 1900, d. 5 August 1986
- Edmonia S. Berry+ b. 20 June 1902, d. 4 December 1989
- Nellie Berry b. circa November 1907, d. between 1908 and 1909
- Georgie Berry b. circa November 1907, d. 26 July 1908