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Billy and Lula Campbell and their two oldest children
Submitted & © by: Keith Bottoms
1865 - 1924

William Seymour "Billy" Campbell was born June 29, 1865 near Chattanooga Tennessee, Hamilton County to Theresa Ann Francis Richey and Thomas Jefferson Campbell. Lula Alice "Lu" Simpson was born in 1878 to Mary Elizabeth Harvey and John William Simpson.
Billy came with his parents to Dallas County, Missouri, when he was quite young. He married Lizzie Jump there in 1886. They later divorced and Billy went to live with his aunt, Plemela Richey Campbell. After coming to Oklahoma, he married Lula Alice Simpson at Webbers Falls.
They had 12 children: Jefferson {1896-1896}; Mary Margaret Teresa {1897-1966}; James Francis {1899-1991}; Virginia Mae {1902-1989}; Lily Cumi {1904-1985}; William Oscar "Pete" {1907-?}; Cecil Walter {1909-1982}; Alva Oran {1911-1980}; Orval Davis {1913-1985}; Glendola Faye {1915-2006}; Helen Marie {1917-1971} and Opal Etola.
Billy died from pneumonia after a horse and buggy trip to see his mother at Jennings, Oklahoma. He had made arrangements for the younger children to live with family members until they were grown.
Submitted & © by: Keith Bottoms.

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