1900 OR CENSUS – Frankie Godfrey (b Dec 1878, Oregon) enumerated with parents James E. (b Aug 1855, Iowa, married 22y, occupation printer) and Isabell (b Nov 1857, Iowa, mother of 4 children) and 3 siblings, A.L. (b July 1882, Oregon), Katie (b Oct 1884, Oregon) and Emma (b Apr 1887, Oregon)
MARRIAGE – [Married] At the home of Mr and Mrs Charles Alisky, 64 North 21st street, Portland, Oregon, Wednesday, March 22, 1905, at 9 o’clock pm, Miss Frances M. Godfrey, of this city [Salem], to Mr John E. Campbell of Portland. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs James E. Godfrey of this city, and a very estimable young lady. The groom formerly lived in this city but has resided in Portland for the past two years. Their many friends extend their hearty congratulations. Mr and Mrs Campbell will reside in Portland. [Capital Journal, Thursday, March 23, 1905, 6:5]
1910 OR CENSUS – Frances Campbell (30y, b Oregon, married 6y, mother of 2 children, both living but not with family) enumerated with husband John (29y, b Canada, immigrated 1890, alien, occupation carpenter); also with the family were John’s parents Richard (61y, b Canada, married 38y, immigrated 1889, first papers, occupation contractor) and Martha (57y, b England, mother of 8 children, 7 living at time of census), 4 of John’s siblings, George (28y, b Canada, immigrated 1889, alien, occupation carpenter), Richard (27y, b Canada, immigrated 1889, alien, occupation cigar maker), Harvey (25y, b Canada, immigrated 1889, alien, occupation plumber) and Sarah Coad (35y, b Canada, widowed, mother of 2 children, both living) and Lewis Wilkins [grandson of Richard Campbell] (12y, b Oregon)
1920 OR CENSUS – Frances M. Campbell (40y, b Oregon, divorced, occupation owns boarding house) enumerated with 2 children, Genevieve (14y, b Oregon) and Richard (11y, b Oregon)
CDI - Frances Mable Campbell, d. 9 Dec 1945 in Alameda, California, b. 6 Dec 1878 in Oregon, mother's maiden name Catterlin.
In Oakland Sunday, December 9, Mrs. Frances Godfrey Campbell, late resident of Portland. Survived by a daughter, Mrs. Ray Lucas of Alturas, Calif.; a son, Richard Campbell of Oakland; two sisters, Miss Emma Godfrey of Salem and Mrs. Kate McClanahan of Oakland, Calif.; and a grandson, Cadet Bob Lucas of Hill Military academy. Services will be held from the W. T. Rigdon chapel.
Oregon Statesman 12 December 1945 5:1
SERVICES FOR SALEM WOMAN
Funeral services for Mrs. Frances Godfrey Campbell, who died at the home of her son, Chief Petty Officer Richard Campbell, in San Diego, will be held in Salem to-day, 1:30 p.m. from the W. T. Rigdon chapel. Interment will be in the City View cemetery.
Oregon Statesman 12 December 1945 5:2
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1900 OR CENSUS (Marion Co, Salem, ED 135, sheet 1A)
CJ, 23 Mar 1905, 6:5
1910 OR CENSUS (Multnomah Co, Portland, ED 224, sheet 10A)
1920 OR CENSUS (Multnomah Co, Portland, ED 180, sheet 8A)
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