Descendants of James Campbell

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Descendants of James Campbell

This is the family tree of Alfred Campbell, a popular tour guide in Jersey in the late 19th century

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  • 1 James Campbell (1808–1860) (Scotland) [1] m 2 Jane Unknown (1813–1875) (Scotland) [2]; 1 Eliza Norton (1816–1849); [3]
    • 2 Alfred Campbell (1840–1892) (Manchester) [4] m [5] (1860, Shoreditch) Eliza Jane Hulme (1845–1909) (Lon) [6].
      • 3 Eliza Amelia Campbell (1862–1864) (Shoreditch)
      • 3 Alfred James Campbell (1863–1869) (Shoreditch) [7]
      • 3 Annie Beatrice Campbell (1865–1880) (Shoreditch) [8]
      • 3 Katie Jane Campbell (1868–1945) (Shoreditch) [9] m (1889, Edmonton) Benjamin Thomas Smith (1868–1924) (St Pancras) [10]
      • 3 Ada Florence Campbell (1875–1948) (Shoreditch) [11] m (1916, St Helier Registry Office) Charles Philip Fauvel (1874–1936) (Shoreditch) son of Charles and Amelia
      • 3 Frank Henry Campbell (1876–1930) [12] m (1898, All Saints) Marie Louise Nicholls (1873– )
      • 3 Maude Bertha Campbell (1878–1881) [13]
      • 3 Edith Donetta Campbell (1880–1933) [14]
      • 3 Alfred Ernest Campbell (1882–1941) [15] m (1910, Cork) Margaret Crowley (1884–1946)
      • 3 Clifford Emile Duncan Campbell (1884–1921) [16] m (1911, Bromley) Rose Pitt (1892-1916)
        • 4 Dorothy Ada Edith Campbell (1911–1967) (West Ham) [17] m (1933, St Luke) James Ferdinand Saunders Langlois (1909–1976)
    • 2 Mary Campbell (1844- ) (Nantwich, Cheshire)

Notes and references

  1. Born c1808 in Scotland. Musician. Died 5 July 1860 at 8 Cropley Terrace, Hoxton New Town, Shoreditch aged 54 of Pleurisy
  2. James probably married Jane between 8 June 1849 (death of Eliza) and 30 March 1851 (appearance of Jane in census). Died 2 February 1875 in Chorlton district, aged 61 of
  3. Born c1816 in Lancashire. Marriage record not found. Died 8 June 1849 at 29 Tib Street, Manchester of Hepatitis
  4. Birth record not found. Musician and tour guide. Died 18 July 1892 at Union Workhouse, St Austell, Cornwall of nephritis, exhaustion
  5. Alfred married Eliza on 11 November 1860. Musician, living at 8 Cropley Terrace. Eliza living at 12 Bristow Street
  6. Died 17 January 1909 of bronchitis, aged 64, at 10 York Street, St Helier
  7. Died of necrotis of knee joint, asthenia
  8. Died of typhoid fever, aged 15. 57 Great Union Road, St Helier
  9. Died Watford
  10. Also known as Bertram. Died 15 February 1924 at Hornsey Cottage Hospital
  11. Died 4 June 1948 at Longueville, Jersey of heart disease, coronary thrombosis
  12. Went to London where he became a hotel waiter. Died 6 March 1930 at Holborn meningitis
  13. Died of 'meningitis aged 3. 55 Great Union Road, St Helier
  14. Died 10 October 1933 at Bagot, Jersey of cancer
  15. Also known as Ernest. Died 1941 in Cork
  16. Died of 'pneumonia' at Bromley Cottage Hospital
  17. Sent to be raised in Jersey by her aunts after the early deaths of her parents
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