Campbell [030113]

18 January 1840: List of Passengers to Suez per Honorable Company’s Steam Vessel Zenobia: [Mr.] Wm. Campbell and two Native Servants     3d Class, from Bombay to Aden

18 March 1880: Bill of sale by Thomas Campbell, Green Lane, Flixton, foreman, in favour of Confidential Advance Co.

25 March 1880: Thomas Campbell, Macosquin, Londonderry, farmer, v. William Atchison, The Cross, Londonderry, farmer, and v. William Blair, Ballinteer, farmer

25 March 1880: Bill of sale by John Campbell, Plantation Row, Murton Colliery, county Durham, insurance agent and miner, in favour of Isaac Goldman

29 January 1904: ‘The Court at Windsor. Despite the sharp frost and foggy weather that prevailed in the country around Windsor Castle on Saturday morning, the King left the palace shortly after eleven o’clock for some shooting in the Great Park. His Majesty, who was accompanied by the Prince of Wales, the Duke of Connaught, Prince Arthur of Connaught, and others, drove in a char-a-banc carriage, drawn by four grey horses, and preceded by a couple of outriders, to the rendezvous on the Flemish Farm. Here the Royal party were met by Prince Christian, the Ranger, Captain Walter Campbell, Deputy-Ranger, and Mr Overton, the King’s head keeper, and shot over Knight’s Beat, the guns enjoying some fair sport among the pheasants. A thick grey mist, however, veiling the woodlands rendered objects invisible at fifty yards distance, and shooting was accordingly abandon about half-past one, when the sportsmen proceeded to Cranbourne Tower, the King riding there on his pony. The Queen, the Princess of Wales, and other ladies, who had driven from Windsor, joined the company at luncheon, which was laid for about sixteen guests in the tower dining-room. Refreshments were at the same time served on the greensward outside the building to the foresters and beaters. The Queen left Cranbourne about half-past two on her return to Windsor, and was followed a little later by the King. In the evening Mr Arnold-Foster, Secretary for War, arrived at the Castle, and, after an audience of his Majesty, had the honour of joining the Royal party at dinner.’

‘The King, the Prince of Wales, and Prince Charles of Denmark, with several members of the suite in attendance, left the Castle shortly after eleven o’clock on Tuesday morning, and drove by way of the Long Walk to Windsor Great Park for a day’s shooting. The Royal party were there met by Prince Christian, ranger, Capt. Walter Campbell, deputy-ranger, and Mr Overton.’

c1905: Mrs Patrick Campbell:

January 1927: Candidate for membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: A. Campbell, 8 Trafford Place, Old Trafford, Manchester

1 April 1931: The report on the last meeting of the season of the Nottinghamshire Amateur and Professional Golfers’ Alliance held over the Chilwell Manor course mentions the following speakers and entertainers: Mr A. V. Campbell, Mr G. Smith, Mr A. Parker, Mr W. W. Campbell, Mr G. Skellington, Mr Thornton Clarke, Mr J. Baguley, Messrs Norton and Reavill, Mr Tom Williamson.

January 1936: ‘During the last few days of the term, two lectures were given in the School Hall; one, illustrated by lantern slides, on the Tower of London, by Mr Pears; the other, the first of a series of lectures on football under the auspices of the F.A., by Mr A. Campbell, now F.A. coach for Hampshire.’

Football, 1935: ‘Arrangements have been made for lectures and demonstrations by the Football Association Coach under the Association’s scheme for coaching in schools. Mr A. K. Campbell, an old Southampton Grammar School boy and former centre half of Southampton has been appointed for this district, and as he was one of the most prominent centre-halves of the country during his playing career, we hope to derive considerable benefit from his visits.’

January 1932: Candidate for junior membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: D. Campbell, 13 Browns Lane, Allesley;

Candidate for affiliate membership (as member of the Newark Wheelers) of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: H. Campbell, 4 King Street, Port Glasgow

[1942-1945]: Margaret Campbell, The Gables, Rectory Road, enrolled in the 1st Retford Company of Girl Guides.

17 May 1945: Next Week’s Calls. Moss Empires: Swansea Empire (R.10) – Bill Campbell Productions’ “Rocky Mountain Rhythm”, Big Bill Campbell, George Bolton, Four Kenways, Three Gremlins, David Poole, The Permanes, Three Girl Friends, etc. (5.15 and 7.30. Mat., Mon., 2.30).

2 June 1951: Tennis: Arbroath v Kinnoull  –  In a Midlands League (Division 1) match at Perth on Thursday, Arbroath (men) were defeated by Kinnoull by 5 matches to 4, 4 sets to 9, 90 games to 97. Details  –  G. Osborne and R. Knox, Arbroath, lost to J. Blair and J. Campbell, 5-7, 2-6; gave w.o. to S. Allan and K. Donaldson; beat R. Nimmo and G. Hunter, 6-3, 3-6, 6-4. J. A. Jameson and D. F. McKechnie, Arbroath, lost 4-6, 3-6; lost 7-5, 3-6, 2-6; won 6-2, 6-2. W. Grant and D. Rowles won 9-7, 6-3; lost 7-5, 4-6, 6-8; won 6-1, 6-1.

‘Queen Street Congregational Church 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Mr C. Campbell, Divinity Student.’

January 1957: Member of the Amateur Fencing Association: J. B. Campbell

4 October 1963: Malcolm Campbell, tenor Covent Garden Opera Chorus; Phyllis Campbell, cello

25 March 2009: Stewards signed up for Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, season 2009: Peggy Campbell