Cornelia Rosette Campbell

Female 1824 - 1896  (72 years)


 Set As Default Person    

Personal Information    |    Notes    |    All

  • Name Cornelia Rosette Campbell 
    Born 5 Mar 1824 
    Gender Female 
    Died 4 Apr 1896 
    Person ID I66362  Stewartsnydotcom
    Last Modified 14 Oct 2019 

    Father Lyman Baldwin Campbell 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Laura Crocker Warner 
    Relationship natural 
    Family ID F18697  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Ancestors Melvin L. Trumbull,   b. Aug 1823,   d. 5 Mar 1907  (Age ~ 83 years) 
    Children 
    Married: 1x1. Henry Lyman Trumbull,   b. 8 Nov 1847,   d. 29 Sep 1889  (Age 41 years)  [natural]
     2. Elmer Trumbull,   b. Abt 1856,   d. 19 Oct 1880  (Age ~ 24 years)  [natural]
    Married: 1x3. Celia Loretta Trumbull,   b. 27 Sep 1850,   d. 21 Feb 1938  (Age 87 years)  [natural]
     4. Azelia Trumbull  [natural]
    Last Modified 14 Oct 2019 
    Family ID F29082  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Newspaper Article - Wednesday, April 15, 1896 Pulaski Democrat - Pulaski, New York - North Street - Charles Cooper, of West Winfield, is spending a few days with friends, having been called home by the sudden death of his grandmother, Mrs. Melvin Trumbull.

      Newspaper Obituary - Wednesday, April 15, 1896 Pulaski Democrat - Pulaski, New York - Died - Cornelia R., daughter of Lyman and Laura Campbell and wife of Melvin Trumbull, died, April 4th, 1896, at her home near Pulaski. She was born in the town of Sandy Creek, March 5th, 1824, and was the fifth in the family of ten children, three sons and seven daughters, only one of whom, the eldest, Franklin Campbell, of Sandy Creek, survives her. April 30th, 1846 she married Melvin L. Trumbull, and the last day of this month would, have been their Golden Wedding. Their only son, Henry L. Trumbull, died a few years since, but she leaves one daughter, Mrs. H. T. Cooper, of Sandy Creek, to comfort her husband. In early womanhood, while spending some time in the family of her uncle, Rev. Harvey Chapin then stationed in Mexico, she became a Christian and united with the Methodist Episcopal church there. During the long life as daughter, wife, mother and truest friend, this Christ like spirit, was a real and positive motive power, developing more and more in her character, a likeness to the Master whom she loved. Through all the varying trials of life, sorrow, bereavement and great physical suffering, she was brave, bright and patient and her loving unselfish thought for others, was unfailing. Even when she approached the Valley of the Shadow of Death, her faith did not falter, but quietly and peacefully she went to join her loved ones in the 'Better Country." The memory of her life is a priceless possession to her sorrowing husband and family, and the large circle of friends who loved and will sorely miss her.