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Kenneth R. Campbell

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1903.

Kenneth R. Campbell (1863- )


1903 Bio Note [1]

CAMPBELL, CAPT. KENNETH R., D.S.O.- Born in Quebec, Canada, July 22nd, 1863, and educated at the Canadian Royal Military College, Kingston, Capt. Campbell entered the Army in 1883. He has seen considerable active service, and left the Army in 1897. He accompanied the Naval Brigade to China, and was present at the taking of the Taku forts. His principal pursuits and pastimes outside automobilism are skating, canoeing, swimming, and driving. He has been a member of the Club since November 28th, 1901.


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Sources of Information

  1. 1903/02/26 Automobile Club Journal