Nettie Moak Campbell

1938

Nettie Moak was born about 1938 in South Carolina, to Leslie Moak and Kate Branham Moak.

1940 Census Information:

Leslie Moak (30) lived in Kershaw, South Carolina, with his wife, Kate Moak (30), and children;  Jasper Moak (10), Ruth Moak (8),  Andrew Moak (4), and Nellie Moak(2) also in the home was Tallie Goff(40) a hired hand. The family owned a farm house with a reported value of $600.00. Leslie farmed and Kate kept house. Jasper and Ruth attended school. Andrew and Nellie were too young to attend school and were kept at home.

1956

On March 18, 1956, Nettie Moak was listed in the newspaper article “Blaney Students Visit the State.” 

1957

On March 10, 1957, Nettie Moak was listed in the newspaper article, “Business College Graduates.”

1960

On August 10, 1960, Miss Nettie Moak was listed in the newspaper article “Blaney School Will Open August 31.”

1962

On June 30, 1962, Miss Nettie Moak was listed as a sister of the bride in the newspaper article, “Moak – Fisher Wedding Is Conducted.”

1978

On March 19, 1978, Mrs. Algie Campbell, Jr. was listed as a living daughter in John L. Moak Sr.’s obituary.

1983

On May 4, 1983, Nettie Campbell was listed in the newspaper article “Elgin.”

1986

On January 28, 1986, Nettie Campbell was in the newspaper article “S. C. shivers in icy cold.”

1987

On October 21, 1987, Mrs. Algie (Nettie) Campbell Jr., was listed as a living daughter in Mrs. Kate Branham Moak’s obituary

1988

On September 1, 1988, Nettie Moak Campbell was listed in the newspaper article, “TO MANY, IT’S STILL ‘BLANEY’ – ‘ELGIN’ NAME NOT POPULAR WITH EVERYONE.”

On September 8, 1988, Nettie Moak Campbell was listed in the newspaper article, “SIGHTSEEING IN TWIN CITIES.”

On September 29, 1988, Nettie Moak Campbell was listed in the newspaper article “READ ALL ABOUT IT.”

On November 17, 1988, Nettie Campbell was listed in the newspaper article “In a stew over catfish.”

On December 8, 1988, Nettie Moak Campbell was listed in the newspaper article “IN A STEW”

On December 29, 1988, Nettie Moak Campbell was listed in the newspaper article “Elgin needs two residents to file for council race.”

1989

On January 5, 1989, Nettie Campbell was listed in the newspaper article “Two Elgin residents to seek council seats.”

On January 12, 1989, Nettie Moak Campbell was listed in the newspaper article “Heavenly Outlook for ’89.”

On March 23, 1989, Nettie Moak Campbell was listed in the newspaper article “The Best of the Best.”

1990

On June 3, 1990, Mrs. Algie Campbell, Jr. was listed as the the mother of the bride in “Jacobs-Campbell.”

1995

On February 26, 1995, Nettie Campbell was listed in the newspaper article “Grandchild Elgin Clerks’s New Calling.”

2015

On August 12, 2015, Nettie M Campbell, was listed as a living sister in Martha Ruby Moak “Beady” Jeffers’ obituary. 

2016

On July 1, 2016, Nettie Campbell, was listed as a living sister in Jack Moak, Sr.’s obituary. 

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