Campbell, Priscilla (Noble) (Unknown - July 19, 1937)


Was a Pioneer Resident of This County

Douglas Budget - July 22, 1937

Mrs. Priscilla Campbell, widow of the late Malcolm Campbell, died early Monday morning at Memorial hospital, Casper. She had been a resident of Casper since 1920.

Mrs. Campbell had been a resident of Converse county for forty years. She was 78 years of age, born Priscilla Noble in Pennsylvania in 1859. She came to Nebraska with her parents and was married to Malcolm Campbell at Endicott, Neb., December 22, 1879, coming to Fort Fetterman with her husband.

Malcolm Campbell came to Wyoming in 1866. For a number of years he was a bullwhacker at Fort Halleck, going to Fort Laramie in 1872 and to Fetterman in 1874. He was a deputy, sheriff of Albany county and when Converse county was organized he was the first sheriff. For many years he was town marshal of Douglas, going to Casper in 1920 to enter the employ of the Standard Oil Company. He died in 1932.

Mrs. Campbell is survived by two sons, Donald of Midwest, and Malcolm of the Mule Creek oil field, and a daughter, Mrs. Kate Allen of Snohomish, Wash.

Funeral services will be held at the Gay mortuary in Casper Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with Rev. Charles Bream officiating. Burial will be in Highland cemetery, Casper.


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