H. Taylor Campbell

H. TAYLOR CAMPBELL, M. D., Lynnville, Tenn., is a native of Hickman County, Tenn., born February 9, 1848, son of Hiram H. and Susan (Sisco) Campbell, and is of Scotch-Irish origin. His father was born in Williamson County, Tenn., January 17, 1814, and his mother in Hickman County, Tenn., January 18, 1818.Our subject's grandfather was William Campbell of North Carolina. The family came to Tennessee about 1800, and here Hiram Campbell died October 18, 1851, and his wife July 15, 1857.Our subject is one of four children and spent his early days on his father's farm. He attended the common schools and Centreville Academy, and in 1870 began the study of medicine, attending lectures at the old Medical College, of Nashville, and the medical department of Vanderbilt University, from which he graduated in 1875. A year later he located at Pleasantville, in Hickman County, and there continued the practice of his profession until 1879, when he came to Giles County, and in 1881 to Lynnville. He is the leading physician of the town and has an extensive and lucrative practice. In 1877, he married Ardella C. Ross, of Giles County. They have three children: Willie R., Susan A. and Sophia M.     Dr. Campbell is a Democrat, and he and wife are members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

From: Goodspeed's History of Giles County