Oza Lee Ross Campbell

Oza Lee Ross Campbell
October 2, 1889 – March 4, 1970

1889

Oza Lee Ross Campbell was born October 2, 1889 in Kershaw County, South Carolina, daughter of Rulus Benjamen Ross and Dora S. Graham Ross.

1900

According the United States Census reported on June 25, 1900, Rulus B Ross (31), owned a home in Wateree, Kershaw County, South Carolina with his wife of 12 years, Dora Ross (31). Dora reported being the mother of 4 children all of whom were still living. Also in the home were their children; Frank Ross (10), Ozie Ross (8), Clara Ross (6), and Maggie Ross (4). All family members were reported to have been born in South Carolina. Rulus B Ross was a farmer and Frank was a day laborer.

1920

According the United States Census reported on January 14, 1920, Thomas Cambell (34), owned a home in Wateree, Kershaw County, South Carolina, with his wife, Oza Cambell (27) and their children; Jessiemae Cambell (12), Edward Cambell (10), Susie Cambell (8), Virginia Cambell (5), Sarah Cambell (3), Herbert E Cambell (10 months) and Bessie E Cambell (10 months). All family members were reported to have been born in South Carolina. Thomas Cambell was a farmer of his own farm.

1930

According the United States Census reported on May 2, 1930, Thomas B Campbell (43), owned a home in Wateree, Kershaw County, South Carolina, with his wife, Ozie L Campbell (40). They reported having been married when he was 19 and she was 16. Also in their home was their children; Susie B Campbell (18), Virginia Campbell (16), Sarah Campbell (13), Herbert Campbell (11), Bessie Campbell (11), Irene Campbell (8), Dora Campbell (6), Frank Campbell (4), Willie Campbell (2). All family members were reported to have been born in South Carolina. Thomas B Campbell was a farmer of general farmer.

1940

Lee Campbell was counted in the census on 12 Apr 1940 in Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 40-year-old, female, married, white, wife. Also in the home was her husband T B Campbell; and their children, Virginia Campbell, Irene Campbell, Dora Lee Campbell, Frank Campbell, Willie Campbell and Marvin Campbell.

1970

Mrs. T. B. Campbell

ELGIN – Mrs. Oza Lee Ross Campbell of Elgin, died Wednesday in Columbia Hospital.

She was the daughter of the late Rulus Ross and Dora Graham Ross and was born in Kershaw County.

Surviving are her husband; five sons, Edward Campbell, Hebert Campbell, Frank Campbell and Marvin Campbell of Elgin and William Campbell of Lugoff; seven daughters, Mrs. H. H. Ross, Mrs. Walter S. Monteith, Mrs. Virginia Jeffers and Mrs. Bessie Parker of Columbia, Mrs. Howard Lucas of Pitman, N. J., Mrs. Jim Blackston of West Columbia and Mrs. Robert Pernell of High Point, N. C.; a sister, Mrs. Clara Truesdale of Winnsboro.

Funeral services will be Thursday at 3 p.m. in Thompson Funeral Home in West Columbia, conducted by the Rev. C. W. Poston, the Rev. N. D. Sellers and the Rev. D. S. Clyde. Burial will be in the Blaney Baptist Church Cemetery in Elgin.

Pallbearers will be six gransonds.

March 5, 1970  State (published as The State)  
Columbia, South Carolina
Page 37
Located in Blaney Baptist Church Cemetery
Elgin, Kershaw County, South Carolina, USA
Photo added by Sondra Walling
Located in Blaney Baptist Church Cemetery
Elgin, Kershaw County, South Carolina, USA
Photo added by Sondra Walling

2005

On November 21, 2005, Oza Lee Ross Campbell was listed as the deceased mother in the obituary of Marvin Donald Campbell.

2011

On January 31, 2011, Oza Lee Ross Campbell was listed as the deceased mother in the obituary of Bessie Campbell Parker.

2020

On May 28, 2020, Ossie Ross Campbell was is listed as the deceased mother in the obituary of Willie C. Campbell.

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