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Submitted & © by: Keith Bottoms
1870 - 1954

Talitha Cumi Simpson was born September 17, 1870 in Cross Timbers, Missouri, Hickory County. She was the daughter of Mary Elizabeth Harvey and John William Simpson.
She married James Anderson Campbell about 1890 in Muskogee county, Oklahoma. She was his 2nd wife. They had the following children: Lena, Jimmy, Gracie E, Mary S, Ora E, Hugh A, Mettie, Ona A, Ruby P and Clyda J.
This from Zella Armstrong research for James Anderson Campbell: "James Anderson Campbell, son of Anderson Campbell and Susan Scott, born in Tennessee in 1854. Moved to Arkansas when he was 17 years old and married Mattie Brown when he was 26 years old. Four children were born to this union: Dora, Myrtle, Bert and Rosa. James Anderson Campbell and family moved to Oklahoma, known then as Indian Territory, where Mattie the wife died. James Anderson Campbell then married Cumi Simpson. To this union, 10 children were born: Lena, Jimmy, Gracie, Mary, Orra, Hugh, Mettie, Ona, Ruby, Clyda. James Anderson's family moved from I.T. to Chandler in January, 1900, where he drew a farm in the opening of 1901 near Cooperton, Oklahoma. He died in Cushing, Oklahoma, in 1927 at the age of 73 years."
Submitted & © by: Keith Bottoms.

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