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Verulam Cemetery – The Campbell Family

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Campbells – Senator Marshall Campbell, William Campbell, Ellen Campbell and William Alfred Campbell

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Senator Marshall Campbell and family

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Campbell family monument – Verulam

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Colin Marshall Campbell, Natalie, Killie and Gladys Campbell

I have today posted up 486 images of graves in the Verulam Cemetery.

The most well remembered will be those of the Campbell family, some of  the grave images of whom appear in this post. The Campbell graves include those of William Campbell of Muckle Neuk, his son Senator, Sir William Campbell (K.M.C.G.),  Natalie Campbell, Colin Marshall Campbell (1890-1930), and Sir William,s daughter, Killie Campbell (1881- 1965)

Most persons interested in KZN heritage will be aware of the Africana material that is kept at the old Campbell home Muckleneuk, Marriot Road, Berea, and the prominent part Killie Campbell played in collection of rare africana  for future research. The museum may be visited by arrangement with UKZN, who are the guardians of this important collection.

Go to Gallery – Cemeteries – Verulam to see the full album of graves.

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