S Verdi Campbell

S Verdi Campbell was the second child born to Stella Campbell 1859-1939 .  His father is believed to be a Mr. Steel.  Verdi lived in Grandview or Kansas City, Missouri.  His mother believed in "free love" and did not marry Verdi's father.  Stella Campbell was considered a free spirit and was not the run of the mill Victorian woman.


  • 27 Jan 1895 - Born to Stella Campbell, a single woman
  • 1900 - unknown location not enumerated with mother and sister in St Louis, MO
  • 1910 - unknown location
  • 1920 - unknown location
  • 1930 - Enumerated in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri
  • 13 September 1933 - "A Garden Feeds Many" Pollyanna Workers KC Star Newspaper Article
  • 29 Jan 1938 - Newspaper article in Kansas City Star employed as a probition agent is arraigned on liquor charge
  • 1940 - Enumerated in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri
  • 1952 - Listed in Kansas City Directory as appraiser living at 617 E 42nd Street


1930 Kansas City, Jackson County, MO 617 E 42nd Street

Verdi Campbell, born ca 1896, Missouri, father born Illinois, mother born Missouri
Helen Campbell, age 28, born Missouri, father and mother born Austria - Hungray

1940 Kansas City, Jackson County, MO 617 E 42nd Street

S. Verdi Campbell, age 45, born Missouri, purchasing agent saw mill
Helen Campbell, age 38, born Missouri
Scott V. Campbell, son, age 8, born Missouri


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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