FRANK H. CAMPBELL was a man of honored lineage; he was the only son of William and Grace Hamlinton Campbell,
and was born in Vernon, N. J., February 9, 1850. He was educated at the Newton Collegiate Institute and a private
military school in Poughkeepsie. He married Miss Emma Jayne, only daughter of Lewis Jayne, of Florida, Orange County.
Mr. Campbell was one of the largest farmers of the county. He owned and controlled ten farms, aggregating twenty
five hundred acres, in the town of Warwick and northern New Jersey. He was long a buyer of cattle for dairy purposes,
and was at times in the mercantile and feed business. More recently he was engaged in a wholesale milk business
in New York, in which he received the products of eight creameries. He was a director of the First National Bank
of Warwick, and the board paid him a high tribute as a citizen and business man after his death. He was an ardent
sportsman, making hunting trips annually to the Adirondacks, or Maine woods. He was an active Mason, in politics
a democrat, and in local improvements a zealous helper.
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell had three children, Lewis Jayne, Grace Hamlinton and Frances Edith. When Mr. Campbell died
the son was in the Philippines, having enlisted in the United States Army.
The History of Orange County New York
Edited by: Russel Headley
Van Deusen and Elms, Publishers
Middletown, N. Y. 1908
Orange County, NY
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