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Campbell, John Terence

John Terence Campbell U.S. Navy WWII
John Terence Campbell U.S. Navy WWII

Date of Birth: 10/1/1908
Died On: 4/7/1967 Last Residence: 75219, Dallas, Dallas, Texas
Street Address: Mohawk Street
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: U.S. Navy-WWII

Veteran Code: USN-41

BIOGRAPHY Extended Information
John Terence Campbell was born in Maryland in 1909. In Rye his family lived on Mohawk Street. John served as an officer in the U.S. Navy during World War II.

Name: John Gorsuch Campbell Jr. Race: White Age: 32 Birth Date: 1 Oct 1908 Birth Place: St James, Mary Land Residence Place: Harrison, West, New York Registration Date: 16 Oct 1940 Registration Place: West, New York, USA Employer: Joesph Walker & Sons Weight: 185 Complexion: Light Eye Color: Gray Hair Color: Brown Height: 6-2 Next of Kin: Jean Campbell

Name: John Gorsuch Campbell Jr Rank: Lieut Birth Date: 1 Oct 1908 Service Number: 375764 Service Branch: U.S. Navy; USNR Ship: USS Karnes Apa 175 Unit: SCS-WWII Enlistment Date: 16 Jan 1946 Discharge Date: 5 Jun 1951 Death Date: 7 Apr 1967 Cemetery: Rose Hill Burial Park Cemetery Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA

COUPLE WILL WED AT LARCHMONT, N. A wedding of interest to many here will he that o£ John P. Campbell, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Campbell, of St. James School, to Miss Jean Godwin, of Larchmont, Y., at Larchmont, on J u n o 3S. Campbell is a graduate o£ St. School. Adrian IT. Onderdonk, Jr., St. James, will be an usher, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian II. Onderdonk, will he guests at the wedding. They will be house guests of Otha and Nicholas'dishing at New Rocli- clle, N. Y.. near by. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/70398124/marriage-of-campbell-godwin/
A Sunday. April 19; '59 Jean Campbell Rites Monday In City Church Services for Mrs. Jean Campbell, 50, of 1725 Kingsbury, who dfd at Mercy hospital Saturday, will be at 2 p.m. Monday In the All Soul's Episcopal church. Burial will be in Rose Hill cemetery fender direction of Street and Draper funeral home. Mrs. Campbell, a semi-invalid forj a number of years, became seriouly ill about a week ago, and Friday required hospital care. Born in New York City. Mrs. Campbell came to Tulsa in the spring of 1948. She and her family, then moved to Oklahoma City in March, 1956. he was a member of the All Soul's Episcopal church here. The family prefers that friends wishing to make memorial contributions do so in form of donations to the American Cancer So-cietyi Survivors include her husband, John G., and two daughters, Cynthia and Jean, all of the home: a sister, Mrs. Ralph Crow, and ii cc moiner, Mrs. rniianacr uoa-wln, both of Rye, N. Y. https://www.newspapers.com/clip/70397512/obituary-for-jean-campbell-aged-50/

Mrs. P. H. Godwin, of Highland Road, and daughter, Mrs. John Campbell, of Mohawk Street, were among those at the U. S. Naval Training Station, Fort Schuyler, on Wednesday, when Lieut, j. g. John Campbell, U. S. N. R. , completed his indoctrination studies. Friday, August 25, 1944 THE RYE CHRONICLE PAGE NINE Mrs. John Campbell, of Mohawk Street, is in Seattle for a few weeks with her husband, Lieut. Campbell, U. S. N. R. Their little girls, Cynthia and Jean, are staying with their grandmother, Mrs. P. H. Godwin, of Highland Road. PAGE TWELVE THE RYE CHRONICLE Friday, September 15, 1944
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