Kenneth Campbell

Kenneth John Campbell (1925 - 1988)

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Kenneth John "Kenny" Campbell
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canadamap
Ancestors ancestors
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married 9 Sep 1950 in Montreal, Quebec, Canadamap
Died in Montreal, Quebec, Canadamap
Profile last modified 7 Nov 2019 | Last significant change: 7 Nov 2019
07:20: Vernalyn (Morrow) Heale edited the Biography for Kenneth John Campbell (1925-1988). [Thank Vernalyn for this]
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Biography

Kenneth was born in 1925. He was the son of John Campbell and Elizabeth Pollock. He was baptized at the Crystal Springs Congregational Church on 17th Jan 1926. He joined the Canadian Navy. He was on the Montreal Police Force and was part owner of a restaurant. He was married at St. Thomas Acquians Church. He passed away in 1988 and is buried in Notre-Dame-des-Neiges Cemetery.

Sources

  • Birth & Baptism ~ Ancestry.ca > Quebec Vital Records (Drouin Collection) 1621 - 1967, Montreal - Crystal Springs Congregational - 1926.
  • Death ~ Genealogie Quebec - www.genealogiequebec.com - Index of Deaths


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