Source: Crawfordsville, Indiana Weekly Review Dec 22, 1910 p 1
Mrs. George C. Campbell, of 505 South Plum Street, Crawfordsville is one of the earnest workers in the Review subscription contest. She is not relying upon friends and relatives to hand her a present without making any effort on her own part. She entered the campaign known there would be work to do and she has cheerfully done her part. Mrs. Campbell is the wife of George Cmapbell, a skilled mechanic employed by the Crwfordsville Wire and Nail Co. She is a daughter of F.M. Johnson of New Market, but has resided here since her marriage. Mrs. Campbell is a member of the Christian Church in Crawfordsville and is a high esteemed and thoroughly well-liked young woman. Her many friends are admiring her manner of conducting her campaign and will give her substantial encouragement - kbz
Note from Karen Bazzani Zach, your Montgomery County INGenWeb coordintor -- I became fascinated with this lady via the article above. She is so beautiful and sounds energetic - I found she married George in Montgomery County on the 4th of July 1906 with great celebration.
They evidently moved to Louisville where she passed away after a long seige with breast cancer. Her death certificate was signed by her doctor R. Hays Davis, and she had visited him so many times at his office in the Brown Building. She passed away October 23, 1926 at 1:30 p.m., at age 41 Years 4 Months and 23 days, having been born in Montgomery County May 30, 1885. Her father, Marion Johnson was born in Kentucky and mother Ella Hanks there as well. The above George ws left a widower at scuh a young age. She was brought back to her beloved Montgomery County for burial.