Clark Calhoun Campbell III

b. 16 November 1887, d. 21 June 1945

Clark Calhoun Campbell III, 1887-1945
  • Clark Calhoun Campbell III was born on 16 November 1887 in Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas.
  • Clark Calhoun Campbell Jr. and Annie Juria Fariss appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1900 in Austin, Travis County, Texas, at 601 West 17th Street. Other members of the household included Clark Calhoun Campbell III, William Fariss Campbell, Jean Douglas Campbell, Robert Fariss Campbell, Annie Fariss Campbell, Sue Katharine Campbell and Mary Jane Fariss.
  • Charles Kleber Lee and Lucie Frances Campbell appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1900 in Galveston, Texas, at 1905 37th Street. Other members of the household included Clark Calhoun Campbell III, Clark Calhoun Campbell and Lucy Caroline Goree. Also in the household one female servant. It appears that nephew Clark C. Campbell was enumerated in two different households in this census.
  • Annie Juria Fariss appeared in the US federal census of 15 April 1910 in Austin, Travis County, Texas, at 100 West 19th Street. Other members of the household included Clark Calhoun Campbell III, Jean Douglas Campbell, Annie Fariss Campbell and Sue Katharine Campbell.
  • He was a bookkeeper for a department store, according to the 1910 census.
  • Clark Calhoun Campbell III registered for the draft on 5 June 1917 in Travis County, Texas, while single and living at 2208 San Antonio Street in Austin, and employed there by Austin National Bank as a bank clerk.
  • Annie Juria Fariss appeared in the US federal census of 1 January 1920 in Austin, Travis County, Texas, at 2208 San Antonio. Other members of the household included Clark Calhoun Campbell III, Annie Fariss Campbell, Jean Douglas Campbell, Sue Katharine Campbell and William Fariss Campbell.
  • He was employed as a bank teller, according to the 1920 census.
  • He married Flora Reviere Williams, daughter of George Alford Williams and Ida E. Keith, on 12 June 1923 in San Marcos, Hays County, Texas, at the home of Flora's sister Mrs. Herbert Eastwood, with Rev. J. M. Parry officiating.
  • The following appeared on 17 June 1923 in The Galveston Daily News: (San Marcos) Cards have been received announcing the marriage of Miss Flora Riviere Williams to Clark Calhoun Campbell. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Eastwood, where the service occurred, was decorated with potted plants and a profusion of Shasta Daisies and rose crepe myrtle. It was before a bank of these lovely flowers that the bridal party stood, which Rev. J. M. Parry performed the ceremony. The bride wore a becoming traveling suit of brown flat crepe, with accessories to match. Her hat in brown had as its decoration a single purple rose. The flowers of her corsage matched in coloring and were lovely sunset roses and purple asters. The groom wore a suit of dark blue serge. The wedding guests included Mrs. Clark C. Campbell Sr., Misses Sue and Jean Campbell of Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campbell of Houston, Mrs. C. A. Lawrence of Luling, Miss Mary Moore of Austin, Miss Mary C. Ballinger of Dallas, Miss Mary Williams of Lockhart, Harry Evans of Austin and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Eastwood.
  • The following appeared on 18 May 1924 in The Galveston Daily News: (San Marcos) Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Campbell of Abilene and Miss Mary Williams of Lockhart were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Eastwood. Mrs. Campbell will be remembered as Miss Flora Williams, whose marriage took place last summer at the home of Mrs. Eastwood.
  • Clark Calhoun Campbell III and Flora Reviere Williams appeared in the US federal census of 1 April 1930 in Austin, Travis County, Texas, at 3202 Hemphill Street. Other members of the household included Ann Clark Campbell.
  • He was employed by a bank, according to the 1930 census.
  • He officially witnessed the death of Annie Juria Fariss on 25 February 1942 at 2209 Rio Grande in Austin, Travis County, Texas; at her residence.
  • Clark Calhoun Campbell III died on 21 June 1945 at age 57 in Austin, Travis County, Texas, at 101 West 33rd Street at his residence.
  • His wife Flora Reviere Williams became a widow at his death.
  • He was buried at Oakwood Cemetery Annex in Austin, Travis County, Texas.
  • The following appeared on 23 June 1945 in The Dallas Morning News: (Austin) Clark C. Campbell, 57, vice-president and director of the Austin National Bank, died of heart disease here Thursday night. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. George Raborn of Orange, and a brother, Robert F. Clark of Houston.
         Campbell is a former state bank examiner.
  • Last Edited: 31 Mar 2015

Family: Flora Reviere Williams b. 21 January 1889, d. 24 January 1980