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History of Indian Territory
J. L. CAMPBELL
Texas has furnished many of the leading residents of the Indian Territory,
among which number is J. L. Campbell, who now resides in Minco. He was born
in the town of Morgan, Bosque County, Texas, on the 17th of July 1872, and is
a son of J. M. Campbell. The public schools of his native state afforded the
educational privileges which he enjoyed in his youth and which fitted him for
life's practical duties. In 1888 he came to the Territory settling in the
Chickasaw nation, where he has resided continuously since, covering a period
of thirteen consecutive years. He is a very successful farmer and stockman
and is the owner of thirty-one hundred and thirty acres, all but ten acres of
which are under cultivation; and he has two thousand acres in pasture, and
keeps on hand about eight hundred head of cattle. In addition to his
agricultural pursuits Mr. Campbell does an extensive business as a contractor
and hauling and building tanks. It is evident at a glance that a large force
of men are necessary to cultivate his extensive farm and care for his stock.
He keeps his place in good condition and the work of improvement and progress
is being continually carried forward and attended with prosperity.
On the 22 of January 1893, Mr. Campbell was united in marriage to Miss Annie
Catherine Denny, a native of Burlington, Kansas, and a daughter of George and
Kate Denny. Four children grace their marriage: Charlie, George, Henry Lee,
Irene and Francis. They are also rearing a girl named Pearl Snyder. They
have a pleasant home in Minco and enjoy the friendship of a large circle of
acquaintances by whom they are held in high esteem.