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George Scott Campbell Jr. Family

1889 - 1951

Born 21 May 1889 in E. St. Louis, St. Clair County, IL to Emma Cassell Campbell and George Scott Campbell Sr. "Scott" Campbell was married once and divorced. He married Edna Grunwald of Granite City, Madison County, IL. Edna's mother was Minnie Grunwald and in the 1920 census, two widow ladies - Minnie Grunwald and Minnie Pufalt shared a house on Edwards Street in Granite City, IL. Mrs. Pufalt's son, Charles (Carl) would go on to marry, "Scott's" sister Estelle Campbell.

Edna Grunwald was born 11 Feb 1903 in Missouri and she died in April 1985.


Together Scott and Edna had 2 daughters, "little Edna" and Gladys who died in 1998.


21 May 1889 in E. St. Louis, St. Clair County, IL

Served Co E 32nd Engineers, U. S. Army. WW I

Married Edna Grunwald (1903 - 1985) She married Mr. Bardsley (2nd)

1920 Madison County Illinois Census enumerated with Catherine Pufalt, her children: Theodore, Fred, Henry .. Minnie Grunwald, widow lady ... Scott and Edna

2 daughters born to this marriage: "Little Edna" and Gladys (Markovich)

Catcher at the rolling mill in Granite City, IL

24 Jun 1951 died; buried Section 77, Grave 126, Jefferson Barracks, National Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri

Census Data:

1920 Madison County, IL Nameoki Township
Pufalt, Catherine, head widow, age 65, born Germany, parents born Germany
Theodore, age 29, born Germany, crane man rolling mills
Fred, age , born Germany, crane man, rolling mills
Henry, age , born Germany, crane man, rolling mills
Grunwald, Minnie, widow, age 49, born Germany parents born Germany

Campbell, Scott, age 29, born Illinois, father born Montana, mother born Missouri Occ: Catcher at Rolling Mills
Campbell, Edna, daughter, age 16, born Illinois, parents born Germany

Obit from Granite City Newspaper:

Scott Campbell, 700 Main Street, Venice, Entered into rest at 9:30 p.m. Sunday June 24, 1951 at Jefferson Barracks Veterans Hospital, St. Louis. Dear father of Mrs. Frank (Gladys) Markovich; dear son of Mrs. Emma Campbell; dear brother of Mrs. Pete (Frances) Eftimoff; and dear grandfather, father in law, brother in law of Mrs. Ada Campbell and cousin of Malcom and Mildred Cassell. His remains will lie in state at Sedlack Funeral Home, 2801 Madison Avenue, where services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday. Interment Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.

Campbell Home
Direct Line:
James Raymond
George Scott

Aunts, Uncles
(George) Scott
(James) Raymond

Rest of the family
Stella 1859 - 1939
S Verdi
Carl Pufalt Family
Edna Grunewald

Unsure connections
Mary Katherine Campbell Townley Miss America Twice!

Land / Deeds