Info 4A. Rose and Charles cameron Campbell
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Register of Births in the district of Gabriels, Lawrence

No. 49
Birth;        9th April 1893 at Blue Spur       
child;        Charles Cameron (not Present) Male
Father;       Charles Campbell, Miner, 
              aged 34 yrs, born Auckland
Mother;       Isabella Campbell formerly Cousins, 
              aged 34 yrs, born Amhusrt Victoria Au
Registered;   20 May 1893, H J. Abel registrar
Charles Campbell jnr

Electorial Roll
1914 Motueka, Takaka
Charles Cameron Campbell, Painter's assistant, Tasman

Full Name Charles Cameron Campbell 
War World War I, 1914-1918 , Serial No. 6/2567 , First Known Rank Private Next of Kin; Charles Campbell (father), Takaka, Nelson, New Zealand Marital Status; Single Enlistment Address; Takaka, New Zealand Military District; Canterbury Body on Embarkation; 6th Reinforcements Embarkation Unit; Canterbury Infantry Battalion Embarkation Date; 14 August 1915 Place of Embarkation; Wellington, New Zealand Transport HMNZT 27, HMNZT 28 Vessel; Willochra or Tofua Destination; Suez, Egypt Page on Nominal Roll; 106 Archives NZ source; Military personnel file
Sources Used; Nominal Rolls of New Zealand Expeditionary Force Volume I. Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1914-1919
Charles Campbell circa 1910

Charles cameron Campbell
circa 1910

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The Colonist, 20th November 1918
Personal War Items
Mr C. Campbell, of Takaka, has received word that his son, Corporal C. G. Campbell, sustained a gunshot wound in the right thigh on October 4th and was admitted to an English hospital.
It is feared the limb may have to be amputated.

Letter recieved 22nd March 1917 from NE London
Mrs I.. P. Campbell, The Springs,
Waitapu, Nelson, New Zealand.

Dear mum, I am out on a four days leave, was out at Walton on Thames this afternoon to see charlie but just missed him, he had gone out for a walk just before I got there & he had not got back when I had to go to catch the rain, but I'm going out again to see him. By what his mates say he is doing pretty well, so there is no cause to worry about him a least for the present. In all probability it will be a good many weeks before he gets back to France for he will have to go to Codford Camp for some weeks & then on to Sling where he will have to put in another few weeks.
Best wishes to all at home.
Your loving son.

 Charles Cameron Campbell

No. 10,   1921,     Marriage in the District of Nelson

When;   30th November 1921 
Where   St Steven's Church, Tahunaui

Groom;  Charles cameron  Campbell,  28, 
        Motor car trimmer, born Lawrence
Father  Charles Campbell, Gold Miner 
Mother  Isabella Paterson Campbell, formerly Cousins

Bride   Rose agnes Fisher, 21, 
        Domestic, born Collingwood
Father  John Fisher, Farmer 
Mother  Delila eleanor Fisher, formerly Andrews

Married by  John A. Rogers, Officiating Minister
In the presence of:- 
John Fisher, Farmer, Tahunanui
Donald cumming Campbell,Farmer, Takaka

Wedding, Charles & Rose

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Charles died 1945
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