Clark Calhoun Campbell Jr.
b. December 1854, d. 1909
- Father: Clark Calhoun Campbell b. December 1824, d. 27 July 1907
- Mother: Lucy Caroline Goree b. November 1827, d. 18 January 1907
- Clark Calhoun Campbell Jr. was born in December 1854 in Louisiana.
- Clark Calhoun Campbell and Lucy Caroline Goree appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1860 in Montgomery County, Texas. Other members of the household included Clark Calhoun Campbell Jr., J. Goree Campbell, John Wesley Campbell, Martha Campbell, Annie Campbell and Robert L. Wood. C. Campbell is listed in the 1860 Slave Schedule with 27 slaves (10 of whom were age 10 and younger) and 4 slave houses.
- Clark Calhoun Campbell and Lucy Caroline Goree appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1870 in Galveston County, Texas, enumerated next to Clark's sister Eddie Williams. Clark also is enumerated at the Sisters of Charity Hospital. The family's out-of-town residence on Clear Creek in Galveston County was called "Rest Haven," according to daughter Lucie Campbell Lee.. Other members of the household included Clark Calhoun Campbell Jr., J. Goree Campbell, John Wesley Campbell, Martha Campbell, Annie Campbell and Lucie Frances Campbell.
- Clark Calhoun Campbell and Lucy Caroline Goree appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1880 in Galveston, Texas, at 5 East Broadway. Other members of the household included Clark Calhoun Campbell Jr., Lucie Frances Campbell, Powhatan Sampson Wren, Martha Campbell, Clark Campbell Wren, Powhatan Sampson Wren Jr., Mary Caroline Campbell and Ann W. Campbell. Boarders (nieces) Mary and Nannie Campbell are the sisters of Sam Campbell, found nearby in the household of Clark's brother Archibald, all children of Clark's brother Marcus.
- He married Annie Juria Fariss, daughter of William Blanks Fariss and Susan Mary Campbell, circa 1882, first cousins; his father Clark Calhoun was the brother of her mother Susan Mary Campbell.
- The following appeared on 19 April 1883 in The Dallas Weekly Herald: Mrs. P. S. Wren, wife of the County Clerk of Galveston county, and sister of Mr. C. C. Campbell, agent of the G.C.& S.F. railroad at this point, is a guest at the Cleburne House.
- 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 William Fariss Campbell, Jean Douglas Campbell, Clark Calhoun Campbell III, Robert Fariss Campbell, Annie Fariss Campbell, Sue Katharine Campbell and Mary Jane Fariss.
- He was a bookkeeper, according to the 1900 census.
- The following appeared on 15 July 1908 in The Galveston Daily News: Mrs Mattie C. Wren has returned from Austin, where she spent several days with her brother Mr. Clark Campbell, whose illness is of a serious nature. Mr. Campbell spent his boyhood here, as he is a son of the late Dr. and Mrs. Clark Campbell and is a nephew of Mr. Archibald Campbell of this city.
- Clark Calhoun Campbell Jr. died in 1909.
- He was interred at Oakwood Cemetery, Austin, Travis County, Texas.
- His wife Annie Juria Fariss became a widow at his death.
- Last Edited: 20 Feb 2013
- Charts: Descendants of CAMPBELL Archibald & Rebecca Kirk (#1), Descendants of CAMPBELL Archibald & Rebecca Kirk (#2)
Family: Annie Juria Fariss b. 11 November 1857, d. 25 February 1942
- William Fariss Campbell b. 18 October 1883, d. 10 January 1928
- Jean Douglas Campbell b. 22 November 1885, d. 21 February 1988
- Clark Calhoun Campbell III+ b. 16 November 1887, d. 21 June 1945
- Robert Fariss Campbell+ b. 25 June 1890, d. 14 August 1976
- Annie Fariss Campbell+ b. 25 June 1890, d. 13 August 1960
- Sue Katharine Campbell b. 18 October 1893, d. 17 April 1975
- Archibald Roland Campbell b. 25 December 1896, d. 24 September 1898