Hon. Daniel Campbell passed away last Thursday at his home. Services on Friday and interment was made in Valley church cemetery. Daniel Campbell was 80 yrs and is survived by 3 daughters; Mrs (Dr) C B McKinnon, Mrs John L McKinnon, and Miss Emma Campbell; 3 sons Judge A G Campbell, G B & W O Campbell. Deceased was CSA veteran and for many years attorney for the L & N Railway.
The death of Mrs Mary Campbell McKinnon occurred Friday May 7 at her home. She was the daughter of the late Judge Daniel L Campbell and sister of the late Judge A G Campbell and is survived by two sisters Mrs C B McKinnon and Miss Emma Campbell, brother W O Campbell. Services at the Presbyterian church and interment at the family plot in Euchee Valley cemetery.
Came the word Friday night that Judge Angus Graham Campbell had dropped dead on the stage of the Pensacola High school auditorium while delivering the graduating address. The deceased was son of Daniel & Emma Campbell, born Nov 19 1874 at Euecheeanne. Survivors: wife, son, A G Campbell Jr, 2 daughters Mrs Leo Andrews and Miss Carrie Mae; 2 brothers, G B & W O Campbell, 3 sisters, Miss Emma Campbell, Mrs C B McKinnon and Mrs Mary Campbell McKinnon. Funeral was held Sunday from Presbyterian church.
Judge Daniel Campbell was born near Knox Hill in Walton Co Fla on July 27 1844 and was the younget son of Angus & Mary Catharine Campbell. He peacefully passed away on March 19th 1925 in 81st year of his age. At age 17 enlisted in Confederate Army. After the War, he went to Marianna, FL where he worked in store of Mrs Merritt and read law under Judge Bush. He was admitted to the bar abt 1869 or 1870 when about 25 yrs of age. Soon he returned to Walton Co, where he married Miss Emma Bowers in Feb 1871 and became the father of 8 children, 2 sons Newton & Ralph preceded the father as did his wife who died on Dec 7 1914. Survivors are 3 sons, Judge A G Campbell, G Bowers Campbell and W O Campbell; 3 daughters, Mrs C I McKinnon, Mrs John McKinnon and Miss Emma Campbell all of DeFuniak Springs. Services on Mar 20th with interment in Euchee Valley cemetery.
Hon. Daniel Campbell passed away last Thursday at his home. Services on Friday and interment was made in Valley church cemetery. Daniel Campbell was 80 yrs and is survived by 3 daughters; Mrs (Dr) C B McKinnon, Mrs John L McKinnon, and Miss Emma Campbell; 3 sons Judge A G Campbell, G B & W O Campbell. Disceased was CSA veteran and for many years attorney for the L & N Railway.
Alexander Douglass McKinnon was born in Walton Co on May 6 1842, one of 13 children born to his parents, John L & Catharine McKinnon. Only one brother survives, Daniel L McKinnon of Marianna. Mr McKinnon was twice happily married, first to Miss Ella D Speight of Washington Co on March 13, 1873, this marriage resulted in 4 children, Dr Clarence McKinnon of Jacksonville, Mr Curtis McKinnon of Atlanta, Mr Joseph A McKinnon and Mrs Annie McKinnon Davis of this place. On Jan 17 1907 he was married to Laura Hannah of Pensacola who also survives him. He was a Confederate soldier and passed away suddenly on Saturday Feb 19, 1921 in Pensacola where he spent most of his time in the past months. Services held Monday Feb 21 in DeFuniak with burial in Euchee Valley cemetery.
J D C Newton, died at Pensacola Thursday morning. Services at Valley Church on Friday afternoon, the remains brought from Pensacola to Argyle and from there taken to the cemetery. Mr Newton was a nephew of Judge Daniel Campbell and a cousin to Mrs C B McKinnon, Judge A G Campbell, Mrs John McKinnon, Miss Emma Campbell, Mr Bowers and Mr Ralph Campbell. He was reared in the Euchee Valley, his father being Rev. John Newton. Mr Newton was 45 was survived by his wife Miss Ria Baker, daughter of Rev R L Baker and young son Robert, 2 sisters Mrs G Axelson and Miss Christian Newton, aunt, Mrs Harrison, and uncle, Judge Daniel Campbell.
Master Guy Davis, son of Mrs Annie McKinnon Davis, suffered a sad accident. The little boy abt 10 yrs of age was playing about the barn and found some dynamite cap and fuse and lit the fuse and blew off the first 3 fingers and half of thumb of his left hand and bruised his face.
In Memory of Jeannette McKinnon: Died 27 January. Laid to rest at the family burying ground in Euchee Valley. Services at the Presbyterian Church where she was consecrated worker. Lengthy tribute and poem by Laura Walker – no family details.