Campbell, Lucy

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Campbell, Lucy

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The Glasgow School of Art Alphabetical and General Student Registers for the year 1914/15 list two students under the name of Campbell thought to be from the same family. Lucy Campbell was born on the 28th of May 1894 with a registration number of 457 and Edith was born on the 1st of September 1895 with a registration number 398. Both students are listed at the same address – 3 Hamilton Drive, Glasgow. Edith enrolled as a day student in drawing and painting and Lucy registered for an afternoon class, but her field of study was not recorded. A second address for Lucy is also included in the register at Tighnuilt, Lochgoilhead, Argylshire. The following school year, 1915/16, Edith M Campbell, born 1st of October 1895 with a registration number of 410 enrolled as a day student on the Drawing and Painting course. She gives the same Argyll address as her home address and records 3 Kirklee Road as her term time residence. Despite the slightly different birth dates, it seems likely that the two Ediths are one and the same and that Lucy and Edith were sisters. The 1901 census includes the family of William K Campbell, a mechanical engineer, and his wife Catherine J Campbell living in Oakshaw Head House in Paisley. The Campbells had two daughters, Lucy born in 1894 and Edith born in 1895. Mr Campbell's young brother in law also stayed with the family. It was obviously a prosperous home and in addition to the family, the census records a live in cook and domestic servant.


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