Frederick CAMPBELL (1846 - 1928)
Children Self + Spouses Parents Grandparents Greatgrandparents
Catherine CAMPBELL (1879 - 1879)
Sybil Jean CAMPBELL (1880 - 1962)
Charles Bruce CAMPBELL (1890 - 1917)
Kate Agnes Margaret Annabella CAMPBELL (1893 - 1969)
Walter Malcolm CAMPBELL (1897 - 1972)
John Andrew McDuff CAMPBELL (1902 - 1917)
Frederick CAMPBELL (1846 - 1928)


Frances Catherine Burford WRIGHT (1855 - 1881)

Christina MCPHEE (1861 - 1933)
Charles CAMPBELL (1810 - 1888) Robert CAMPBELL (1769 - 1846) John CAMPBELL (1728 - )
Agnes PATERSON (1729 - )
Sophia PALMER (1777 - 1833) John PALMER (1727 - 1808)
Sarah TAYLOR (1735 - 1796)
Catherine Irena PALMER (1816 - 1863) George Thomas PALMER (1784 - 1854) John PALMER (1760 - 1833)
Susan STILWELL (1762 - 1832)
Catherine Irena PEMBERTON (1787 - 1855) William PEMBERTON

b. 1846 at Duntroon, ACT, Australia
m. (1) 1877 Frances Catherine Burford WRIGHT (1855 - 1881) at Bombala, New South Wales, Australia
m. (2) 1889 Christina MCPHEE (1861 - 1933) at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
d. 19 Aug 1928 at Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia aged 82
Charles CAMPBELL (1810 - 1888)
Catherine Irena PALMER (1816 - 1863)
Siblings (6):
Walter CAMPBELL (1838 - )
Agnes CAMPBELL (1841 - )
Susan CAMPBELL (1843 - )
Christian CAMPBELL (1845 - )
Sophia CAMPBELL (1848 - )
Robert CAMPBELL (1850 - )
Children (6):
Catherine CAMPBELL (1879 - 1879)
Sybil Jean CAMPBELL (1880 - 1962)
Charles Bruce CAMPBELL (1890 - 1917)
Kate Agnes Margaret Annabella CAMPBELL (1893 - 1969)
Walter Malcolm CAMPBELL (1897 - 1972)
John Andrew McDuff CAMPBELL (1902 - 1917)
Events in Frederick CAMPBELL (1846 - 1928)'s life
Date Age Event Place Notes Src
1846 Frederick CAMPBELL was born Duntroon, ACT, Australia V18462121 31A/1846 6
28 Apr 1863 17 Death of mother Catherine Irena PALMER (aged 47) Bayswater, London, Middlesex, England 6
1877 31 Married Frances Catherine Burford WRIGHT (aged 22) Bombala, New South Wales, Australia 2299/1877 6
1879 33 Birth of daughter Catherine CAMPBELL St George, New South Wales, Australia 7268/1879 6
1879 33 Death of daughter Catherine CAMPBELL
1880 34 Birth of daughter Sybil Jean CAMPBELL St George, New South Wales, Australia 7903/1880 6
11 Feb 1881 35 Death of wife Frances Catherine Burford WRIGHT (aged 26) Stanmore, New South Wales, Australia 6
17 Aug 1888 42 Death of father Charles CAMPBELL (aged 77) Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland 6
1889 43 Married Christina MCPHEE (aged 28) Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 612/1889 6
1890 44 Birth of son Charles Bruce CAMPBELL Queanbeyan, New South Wales, Australia 29081/1890 6
1893 47 Birth of daughter Kate Agnes Margaret Annabella CAMPBELL Queanbeyan, New South Wales, Australia 30204/1893 6
1897 51 Birth of son Walter Malcolm CAMPBELL Queanbeyan, New South Wales, Australia 34688/1897 6
1902 56 Birth of son John Andrew McDuff CAMPBELL Queanbeyan, New South Wales, Australia 15837/1902 6
1917 71 Death of son John Andrew McDuff CAMPBELL (aged 15) Woollahra, New South Wales, Australia 16368/1917
29 Nov 1917 71 Death of son Charles Bruce CAMPBELL (aged 27) Cambrai, France Kllled in Action, died as POW 6
19 Aug 1928 82 Frederick CAMPBELL died Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia 13933/1928 6
Personal Notes:
The Tumut and Adelong Times 28 Aug 1928
MR. F. CAMPBELL. DEATH OF WELL-KNOWN PASTORALIST Mr Frederick Campbell, formerly owner of Yarralumla Station, now portion of the Federal Territory, and more recently owner of Red Hill Station, Tumut District, and a member of one of the State's oldest families, died at Narrandera last Sunday week in his 84th year. Mr. Campbell was a grandson of Robert Campbell, the original grantee of Duntroon, who received large areas of land in what is now the Federal Capital Territory as compensation for two of his trading vessels which were seized in Sydney Cove, and sent to South Africa for supplies to ward off a famine in the infant colony. Robert Campbell, who first visited Australia in 1796 as the representative of a mercantile firm, eventually settled on his property at Duntroon. and the historic estate remained in the family until resumed by the Commonwealth in 1913. Charles Campbell, the third son of Robert Campbell, and father of Mr. Frederick Campbell, was also associated with Duntroon as manager, and, in addition, bought Belconon Station from Charles Sturt in 1837, and acquired land at Ginninderra. Mr. Frederick Campbell was only eight years old when he was taken to England by his parents. He was educated at Cholmeley School, High Gate, London, where he was a class mate of Marcus Clark, the author. He returned to Sydney in 1864, and after a year at the University went for colonial experience to the late Mr. Godfrey McKinnon, of North Goonambil, Urana. In 1868 he became manager of Tryphena Downs sheep station, on the McKenzie River, west of Rockhampton, Queensland, and after selling that station for its owners had three years' experience of mercantile life in Sydney with Campbell and Co., for whom he frequently acted as woolbuyer. In 1874 he bought Bundabarena [Bundabarina] cattle station, on the Barwon, and on the sale of that property in 1877 he took over the management of Duntroon for his uncle, Mr. George Campbell. Mr. Campbell's association with Yarralumla dated from 1881, when he bought that property from the Gibbes family. Yarralumla comprised about 8000 acres, and when he received his father's property at Belconon on the latters' death in 1888, he owned about 39,000 acres freehold. Under his direction Yarralumla became a model station. Heavy forest land was converted into grazing and cultivation paddocks, marshy country was dried by about 500 miles of drains, and the whole area was made practically rabbitproof. The clip, from merinos of Boonooke and Wanganella extraction, became one of the most valuable in the State. Mr. Campbell resided at Yarralumla until it was resumed as a residence for the Governor-General, and then left to control Cooinbill, a property he had acquired in Riverina. About 12 years ago he bought Red Hill Station from the late Patrick Kiley, who retired to Darah, near Cootamundra, which his son, Mr. J. R. Kiley, managed. Mr. Campbell resided at Red Hill for some years, making it his headquarters from which he controlled his properties in Riverina. During his residence in the present Federal Territory he took a keen interest in all local affairs. For many years he was a member of the Queanbeyan Pastures Protection Board, and for some time also was president of the local Farmers and Settlers' Association. He sat on the Walgett Bench in 1875, was associated with the Queanbeyan Licensing Bench, and, from 1879, was a member of the various synods of the Goulburn diocese. He was interested also in sport, and assisted in the formation of the Wallaroo football team in 1870. He is survived by Mrs. Campbell, his second wife, by Miss Campbell and another daughter, Mrs. Charles Newman, wife of Captain Newman, now living in India, and by one son, Mr. Walter Malcolm Campbell. The funeral took place in the family vault in St. John's cemetery, Parramatta, on Monday last. A service was held in the church by the Bishop of Goulburn (Dr. Radford), assisted by the Rev. S. M. Johnstone, rector of St. John's, and the Rev. W. H. Mullens, rector of St. Mark's, Granville. Dr. Radford also performed the last rites at the vault. In a brief address, the Bishop referred to the integrity and generosity of Mr. Campbell, and to his untiring devotion to the work of the Church throughout his life. Mr. Campbell, he said, had been secretary of the parish church to which he belonged for a generation. He was very liberal, and showed keen interest in the religious education of the children and of the clergy. The mourners included Mr. Walter Campbell (son), Miss S. J. Campbell (daughter), Messrs F. A. Campbell and A. D. Campbell (cousins), George Campbell (nephew), Dr. Granville Sharp, Messrs. Shaw (representing the Permanent Trustee Co. Ltd.), Wilfred C. Metcalfe, F. J. L., L. R. and R. Dunlop, Arthur Cummins, A. Grafton Purves, P. C. Mowle, Captain F. J. C Fitzgerald, W. B. Tiley, Powell, Neville Hoare, J. Reid, Westmacott, Mr. and Mrs. L. Hey Sharp, Miss Farr, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Brassey, Mrs. Thornton, and Miss Walsh.

The Tumut and Adelong Times 13 Nov 1928
LATE MR. F. CAMPBELL'S WILL. The estate of the late Mr. Frederick Campbell, grazier, of Red Hill, near Tumut, who died on August 19 last, has for probate purposes been valued at £136,637. Testator, who was 83 years of age, appointed his son Wal- ter Malcolm Campbell and the Per- manent Trustee Co., Ltd, his execu- tors and trustees. He bequeathed a legacy of £1000 to his wife, Christ- ina Campbell, and his property known as Belconan during her life, 203 acres of land to the Church of England Property Trust in the Diocese of Goulburn to increase the stipend of the clergyman in charge of the parish of Tomorroma, near Tumut, and gifts ranging from £100 to £200 to certain employees. He directed that £10,000 worth of property should be set aside as a con- tingency on the return on or before November 29, 1932, of his son, Charles Bruce Campbell, who was reported missing while on active ser- vice during the Great War. In the event of the said son not returning, the £10,000 has to be divided as fol- lows: £2000 each to the New South Wales Blinded Soldiers' Association and Royal Alexandra Hospital for children, £1000 each to the Australian Board of Missions, Burnside Homes, Church Society, Diocese of Goulburn, Salvation Army, Sydney, and Broth- ers of the Good Shepherd, and £500 each to the Industrial Ragged School, Sydney, and the Church of England, Tumut. Subject to these and certain specific gifts, including £8000 each to his two daughters, the deceased left his estate to his son, W. M. Camp- bell.
Source References:
6. Type: Book, Abbr: Queanbeyan Register, Title: Biographical register of Canberra and Queanbeyan: from the district to the Australian Capital Territory 1820-1930, Auth: Peter Proctor, Publ: The Heraldry & Genealogical Society of Canberra, Date: 2001
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