Joseph W. Campbell, 7N 51W

In 1910 Logan County, Joseph is single, 36, born in Iowa, father in West Virginia, mother in Iowa, farming alone.

Joseph claimed a quarter in section 35, 7N 51W in 1912.

He might be the one in 1880 Van Buren County, Iowa, 6, with James 44 and Anna 30. Alta M. is 11, Alice 9, Joseph W. 6, and Vistor 1, all kids born in Iowa.

In 1900 James born Sept 1835 in Virginia, Indiana Anna January 1851 Iowa, with Nellie June 1871 and Joseph W. January 1874.

Joe Wilbur Campbell was on the tax list of Van Buren County, born January 4, 1874, residing Cedar township.

James 1836-1903 is buried in Van Buren County # 74190408, with Anna (Work) Campbell 1851-1910.

July 1905 Ottumwa Iowa "Wilbur Campbell of Birmingham, who has been a guest at the home of W.A. WOrk, 304 North Court street, left this morning on the Ft. Madison for his home."

1917 Ottumwa "Mrs. Alta Snyder of Burlington visited a few days with her brothers Wilbur, Victor and sister Nellie Campbell."

Nellie is with brother Victor in 1910 Van Buren County, and with Joseph in 1920 Van Buren County.

Wilbur and Nellie are still living together in 1930 Van Buren Count.

In 1940 Van Buren County, Birmingham city, Wilbur is 66, in a rooming house.

The 1941 directory of Birmingham has
"Campbell James Campbell J W
Campbell Miss Ruth
Campbell Victor (Gladys) "

Joseph Wilbur Campbell 1874-1955 is buried in Van Buren Coutn 3 162749247.

"Mrs. E. S. Snyder, 74, of 321 Columbia street, Burlington, died Friday night at Mercy hospital, Burlington after an extended evilness. Her maiden name was Alta M. Campbell and she was born in Birmingham, Iowa, Jan. 29, 1969[sic]. She married Dr. E.S. Snyder of Keosauqua Sept. 18, 1898, and they first located at Keosauqua, moving to Burlington in 1905. Surviving are her husband; one daughter, Mrs. Fred Wehrle of Belleville, Ill.; two grandsons, LeRoy and Fred Wehrle of Belleville; a stepson, Donald E., and a step daughter, Verna I. of Des Moines; and three brothers, Wilbur and Victor Campbell of Birmingham and John of Fairfield "

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