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picture First Lt. Doyle R. Campbell, - Newspaper Article - Aug 20, 1963 -

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Newspaper Article Published: 20 Aug 1965, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas.

First Lt. Doyle R. Campbell

First Lt. Doyle R. Campbell was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross by direction of the President for his heroism while participating in aerial flight over the Republic of Viet Nam on Feb. 27. 1964. On this date, Lt. Campbell was serving as aircraft commander of an armed UH-1B helicopter, when he voluntarily conducted low - level reconnaissance flights over a known Viet Cong company, identifying and attacking enemy positions that were impeding the progress of friendly ground forces.

On one such flight Lieutenant Campbell spotted an automatic weapon that was firing into the flank of another American helicopter. He responded immediately by leading a determined attack in which he personally silenced the weapon.

"After neutralizing the Viet Cong positions, Lieutenant Campbell continued to conduct low-level surveillance flights over suspected escape routes, displaying great courage and daring, as heavy ground fire was being received from the area.

"Lieutenant Campbell, a native of Dardanelle, Ark., entered the Army Jan. 22, 1962, with a regular Army commission via the University of Arkansas ROTC program."

Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Campbell of Dardanelle, attended school at Dardanelle and attended Arkansas Tech before entering the University.

(Post-Dispatch Newspaper, Dardanelle, Arkansas, pub. Aug 20, 1965 - Article courtesy of Dardanelle Public Library Archives, Arkansas River Valley Regional Library System, Dardanelle, Arkansas)


picture Euel Quention Campbell

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His obituary was published 20 Jul 2011, Danville, Yell County, Arkansas. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Euel Campbell

Euel Quention Campbell, age 92, of Dardanelle died Thursday, July 14, 2011 at the VA Hospital in Little Rock.

He was born August 22, 1918 at Danville to the late Walter and Jennie Carter Campbell. He was a mechanic for many years and was a member of the Dardanelle Church of Christ. He served in WWII as part of the Military Police where he was stationed in Puerto Rico and Hawaii. He loved bird hunting, especially quail and working with and training horses.

He is preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Ruby Clowers Campbell; one infant son, Don Edward Campbell; brothers, Courtney Campbell, Earnest Campbell.

Survivors include two daughters, Betty Pearrow of Dardanelle, Linda Moudy and husband Roy of Dardanelle; four grandchildren, Missy Vernon and husband Mike of Dardanelle, James Pearrow of Russellville, Bryon Moudy of Dardanelle, David Stiffler and wife Melissa of Phillipsburg, MO; two great grandchildren, Colten Tackett and Abby Vernon both of Dardanelle.

Funeral service was Saturday, July 16, 2011 at Cornwell Chapel, Dardanelle. Burial was in Dacus Cemetery.

Pallbearers: Brad Drewry, Brent Drewry, Todd Carter, Brad Wear, Scott Carter, Lynn Young. Honorary Pallbearers: Eugene Lewis, Danny Fulton, U.S. Cafe Bunch, John Wear, Franky Pennington, Jimmy Lewis, Taylor Tilmon, Luke Carlson, Dale Burgess, Lanny Carter, Lelon Carter.

Arrangements By Cornwell Funeral Home, Dardanelle.

(Yell County Record Newspaper, Danville, Arkansas, pub. Jul 20, 2011)


picture Fred Campbell

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His obituary was published 28 May 1931, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

FRED CAMPBELL DEAD

Fred Campbell, of Russellville, Ark., died Tuesday, May 26th, 1931, and was laid to rest in Mt. Zion Cemetery the following day. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife, Mrs. Margie Campbell, and three small children, Herman, 8; Wilma, 6; and Edgar, 2; also five sisters, Mrs. Ella Holley, Mrs. Ruby Stafford, Mrs. Mrytle Stafford, all of Dardanelle; and Mrs. Nellie Partin, of Caruthersville, Mo.; his mother, Mrs. Laura Fisher, and a host of neices, nephews and friends.

Mr. Campbell was born and reared in Yell County, and though not a member of any church, he lived a true, noble and useful life and was loved by all who knew him. He was born October 16th, 1897, and died May 26th, 1931, being at the time of his death 33 years, six months and 10 days old.

The funeral service was conducted by Brother Ramsey, of Russellville.

How we miss him none can tell; but Jesus called him and all is well.

A Sister.

(Post-Dispatch Newspaper, Dardanelle, Arkansas, pub. May 28, 1931 - Obituary courtesy of Dardanelle Public Library Archives, Arkansas River Valley Regional Library System, Dardanelle, Arkansas)


picture George Thomas Campbell

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His obituary was published 20 Apr 1961, Danville, Yell County, Arkansas. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

George T. Campbell

George Thomas Campbell, aged 80, of Centerville, a retired farmer, died Saturday at the hospital at Danville. He was a native of Russellville and was a member of the Assembly of God Church at Centerville.

Survivors include his wife, Maggie Menie Campbell; six sons, Clomer W. of Scranton, Edward L. of Knoxville, Herman of Pittsburg, Kans., Odell Campbell of Casa and Manuel and Isaac, both of Centerville; a daughter, Mrs. James A. Farmer of Paris; a sister, Mrs. Laura Hayes of Clarksville; and 33 grandchildren.

(Yell County Record Newspaper, Danville, Arkansas, pub. Apr 20, 1961)


picture Isaac Campbell

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His obituary was published 20 May 1992, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Isaac Campbell

Mr. Isaac Campbell 60, of Danville (a long time resident of Mitchells Nursing Home) died Wednesday, May 13, at Chambers Memorial Hospital in Danville. He was born in Logan County and was the son of the late George and Maggie Minnie Campbell. Mr. Campbell was a Baplist.

Survivors include a brother, Manuel Campbell of Centerville, and a sister, Mrs. Inez Spangler of Oklahoma.

Funeral services were Friday, May 15, at Cornwell Funeral Chapel with Rev. Bethel "Buck" Garner officiating. Burial was in Graves Cemetery in Delaware.

Arrangements were in care of Cornwell Funeral Home in Danville.

(Post-Dispatch Newspaper, Dardanelle, Arkansas, pub. May 20, 1992 - Obituary courtesy of Dardanelle Public Library Archives, Arkansas River Valley Regional Library System, Dardanelle, Arkansas)


picture Rev. J. M. Campbell

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His obituary was published 23 Sep 1926, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

REV. J. M. CAMPBELL SUCCUMBS

Just at the hour of going to press we learn through a message received by Dr. L. E. Love that Dr. J. M. Campbell, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Dardanelle, died at 10 o'clock this morning in a hospital in St. Joseph, Mo., where he underwent a surgical operation about a month ago. No details of funeral arrangements were given.

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REV. J. M. CAMPBELL

Rev. J. M. Campbell, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Dardanelle, Ark., was born near Glascow, Scotland, in 1857. He came to America in 1880, locating in St. Joseph, Mo., where for several years he was engaged in the book and stationery business. He was married to Miss Annie C. Rusk in 1883.

Mr. Campbell entered the ministry in 1901, his first charge being Platt City, Mo. He was Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Plattsburg, Mo., until 1922, when he accepted a call to the First Presbyterian Church of Dardanelle, Ark. He died at a hospital in St. Joseph, Mo., September 23rd, 1926, following an operation four weeks previously.

Rev. Campbell is survived by his wife and three sons: Milton A. Campbell, of Princeton, N. J.; Rev. Harvey R. Campbell, of Clarksville, Ia.; Frank M. Campbell of Excelsoir Springs, Mo.

Funeral services were held at the First Presbyterian Church of St. Joseph, Mo., at 2:00 o'clock on the afternoon of September 25th, 1926, conducted by the Pastor of the church, Dr. Rennic, and burial was in Allen Cemetery, at Gower, Mo.

The local church has been wonderfully blessed in the personnel of its line of pastors, but none have had a stronger or more lasting hold on the affections of the congregation than Brother Campbell. He was a devout and deep Bible student, and loved to teach his people as a class is taught in a high-grade school. His hold on the young men with whom he came in contact has left a lasting impression on the life of this community.

W. R. Hayden.

(Post-Dispatch Newspaper, Dardanelle, Arkansas, pub. Sept 23, 1926 - Obituary courtesy of Dardanelle Public Library Archives, Arkansas River Valley Regional Library System, Dardanelle, Arkansas)


picture Jehu L. Campbell

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His obituary was published 12 Mar 1997, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

JEHU L. CAMPBELL

Jehu L. Campbell, 68, of Delaware died Thursday, March 6, at Saint Vincent Infirmary Medical Center at Little Rock.

He was born Oct. 16, 1928, to the late Ernest and Ola Deeds Campbell. He was a retired construction welder and iron worker and charter member and deacon of the Delaware First Baptist Church. He was captain and charter member of the Delaware Rural Fire Department and was a 32nd degree Mason.

Survivors include his wife, June Campbell; three sons, Kirby Campbell of Scranton, Darrel Campbell of Lake Jackson, Texas, and Mark Campbell of Delaware; three daughters, Karen Sisco of Delaware, Sandy Kendrick of Lake Jackson and Tammie Richardsqn of Dardanelle; three sisters Velda Jo Rhinehart of Paris, Ernestine Cover of Barling and Norma Marshall of Acton, Calif.; 10 grandchildren; five step-grandchildren; ;and four great- grandchildren.

Funeral was 2 p.m. Monday March 10, at Delaware First Baptist Church with the Rev. Ronnie O'Neal and the Rev. Don Corbitt. Burial was in Graves Cemetery at Delaware.

Active pallbearers were the Deacons of the church. Honorary pallbearers were members of Elizabeth Lodge 215 at New Blaine.

Memorials may be made to the Delaware First Baptist Church.

(Post-Dispatch Newspaper, Dardanelle, Arkansas, pub. Mar 12, 1997 - Obituary courtesy of Dardanelle Public Library Archives, Arkansas River Valley Regional Library System, Dardanelle, Arkansas)


picture Jesse Campbell

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His obituary was published 30 Jan 1930, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

JESSE CAMPBELL DEAD

Just at the hour of going to press we learn of the death of Mr. Jesse Campbell, a prominent and respected citizen of Gravelly, which occurred at his home in that little city yesterday. Mr. Campbell, who had been in bad health for several years, was well and favorable known throughout Yell County, and his death will be deplored by a wide circle of friends.

(Post-Dispatch Newspaper, Dardanelle, Arkansas, pub. Jan 30, 1930 - Obituary courtesy of Dardanelle Public Library Archives, Arkansas River Valley Regional Library System, Dardanelle, Arkansas)


picture Lewis R. Campbell

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His obituary was published 2 Mar 2011, Russellville, Pope County, Arkansas. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Lewis Campbell

ATKINS - Lewis R. Campbell, 80, of Russellville went to be with the Lord on Monday, Feb. 28, 2011, at Baptist Hospital in Little Rock.

He was born Nov. 19, 1930, near Birta, the son of Marion Ezra "Bud" Campbell and Eva Edwards Campbell. He was an Army Veteran and devotedly attended Mt. Vernon Free Will Baptist Church.

He was a master electrician and heating and air contractor for 30 years. He loved to hunt and fish. He enjoyed gardening and taking care of his lawn. Of late, his favorite pastime was reading Western novels. He was the quintessential family man. He will be dearly missed by family and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Ezra Fay Campbell; and a sister, Wanda Lee Brand.

He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Lottie Ennis Campbell; daughter and son-in-law, Karen and Mike Ruder; son, Doyle Lewis Campbell, all of Russellville; grandchildren, Heather Akridge DVM and Nick (wife Sally) Ruder; great grandchildren, Bryce and Grant Ruder; brothers, Utah Campbell of Arkansas City, Kan., Carroll Ray Campbell of Benton, Carl Jay Campbell of Perryville, and Bobby Campbell of Perryville; sisters, Vonda Brand of Perryville, Lavanda Pharris of Weaubleau, Mo., and Linda Hightower of Lake Overcup.

Visitation will be 6-8 p.m. today.

Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at St. Joe Free Will Baptist Church with Bro. Jamie Burris and Bro. Ronnie Molloy officiating. Burial is in St. Joe Cemetery.

Arrangements are by Lemley Funeral Service of Atkins. Pallbearers are Nick Ruder, Randy Wiley, Ezra Wiley, Eddie Ray Chronister, Dalton Simpson and Orville John Harris. Honorary pallbearers will be Harold Scruggs, J.D. Chronister, Dewayne Helton, Bill Duvall, Earl Lusk, Jackie Chronister and Herbert Hunt.

Online obituary and condolences are available at www.lemleyfuneral.com


picture Mildred (McKnight) Campbell

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Her obituary was published 8 Jun 2011, Danville, Yell County, Arkansas. - "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Mildred Campbell

Mildred Virgelee Hodges Campbell, age 83, of Dardanelle died Monday, May 30 at Legacy Lodge Nursing Home in Russellville.

Born December 13, 1927 in Clinton, Arkansas she was the daughter of the late Nossie Fullerton McKnight Clubb and step-father, Cecil Clubb. She retired after 25 years as an USDA Inspector working in the Poultry Industry. She was a member of the Dardanelle Church of Christ.

She was preceded in death by her mother, husband, Doyle Smith Hodges, step-father and brother, Ralph McKnight.

Survivors include a son, Ronald D. Hodges of Dardanelle; two daughters, Ann Carolyn Smith of Clinton, Peggy Lee Swift of Hazen; brother, Dwane McKnight of Dardanelle; three sisters, Violet McCoy and Minnie Teeter both of Russellville and Ruby Lakey of Huntsville; five grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and several nephews, nieces, cousins and friends.

Service was June 2 at Cornwell Chapel in Dardanelle with Rev Dan Baker officiating. Arrangements by Cornwell Funeral Home, Dardanelle.

(Yell County Record Newspaper, Danville, Arkansas, pub. Jun 08, 2011)

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