Ella S. Calvert

b. 20 March 1840, d. 17 February 1902
  • Ella S. Calvert was born on 20 March 1840 in Baltimore, Maryland.
  • She married Duncan Green Campbell, son of John Archibald Campbell and Anne Esther Goldthwaite, on 3 September 1861 in Prince George's County, Maryland, at Riversdale, with the Rev. Dr. Pinkney officiating.
  • The following appeared on 5 September 1861 in the Daily National Intelligencer: [Married] On Tuesday, September 3d, at Riversdale, by the Rev. Dr. Pinkney, Duncan G. Campbell, Esq., of Louisiana, to Miss Ella Calvert, daughter of Hon. Chas. B. Calvert.
  • John Archibald Campbell appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1870 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana. Other members of the household included Ella S. Calvert, Duncan Green Campbell, Charlotte Campbell, Ella Calvert Campbell, John Archibald Campbell and Anna Goldthwaite Campbell. Also in the household were four domestic servants, three female and one male. John A. Campbell also is enumerated in Baltimore with his wife and others of his family in 1870.
  • Ella S. Calvert became a widow at the 13 March 1888 death of her husband Duncan Green Campbell.
  • The following appeared on 16 March 1888 in The Washington Critic: The remains of the late Duncan Green Campbell, son of Judge John A. Campbell, who died in this city on March 13, aged 50 years, arrived at the Union Depot, Baltimore, yesterday afternoon, and were buried at Greenmount Cemetery. The funeral services were performed in this city. The pall-bearers were Justice L. Q. C. Lamar, Admiral B. P. Carter, Robert W. Hunter and General V. D. Grover, all of Washington, and Messrs. R. M. Venable, John A. C. Mason, Noble Tabb, Geo. H. Calvert and F. M. Colston, from Baltimore.
  • Ella S. Calvert appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1900 in Washington, District of Columbia, at 1712 N Street. Other members of the household included Charlotte Campbell and Ella Calvert Campbell. Also in the household were two female domestic servants.
  • Ella S. Calvert died on 17 February 1902 at age 61 in Washington, District of Columbia.
  • She was interred at Green Mount Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland, or possibly St. Paul's Rock Creek Cemetery in Washington, DC. Both cemeteries have records of her burial.
  • The following appeared on 18 February 1902 in The Sun: [Died] On Monday morning in Washington, Ella Calvert Campbell, widow of Duncan G. Campbell, and daughter of the late Hon. Charles B. Calvert. [:CR;]      Funeral services at Epiphany Church, Washington, on Wednesday afternoon, at [?] o'clock. Interment private.
  • The following appeared on 20 February 1902 in The Sun: (Washington, Feb. 19) Mrs. Ella Calvert Campbell, widow of Duncan G. Campbell and daughter of the late Mr. Charles Benedict Calvert, of Riverdale, Prince George's county, who died at her residence in Washington Monday morning, was buried this afternoon from Epiphany Church, Washington. She was born and reared at the historic old Calvert mansion, at Riverdale, and lived for a number of years at College Park, Md., on a large estate inherited by her from her father and afterward purchased and subdivided by Mr. John O. Johnson, of Washington. Since then she had resided in Washington. Mrs. Campbell was the sister of George W. Calvert, Sr., of College Park, and of Mr. Charles Baltimore Calvert, of MacAlpine. She leaves four children, as follows: Misses Ella and Lola Campbell, Mrs. Charles W. McPhee, of Georgetown, Del., and Mr. John A. Campbell.
  • Last Edited: 28 Jun 2016

Family: Duncan Green Campbell b. circa 1834, d. 13 March 1888