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CAMPION, William, J.P. 

Inquiry Officer. 
Toyne, King Street, Cross Heath, Newcastle-under-Lyme.

Born 1877 at Middle Rasen, Lincolns. 
Son of John Campion.

Educated Locally (Newcastle).

Married 1901, Mary (dec.), daughter of Alfred Jones.

Justice of the Peace for Staffs., 1925 and for the Borough of Newcastle, 1933 ; 
Member of late Wolstanton U.D.C., 1910-28 ; Chairman 1913-14 and 27-28 ; 
Chairman of
Public Health Committee of Wolstanton , 1914-28 ; 
Member of
Education Committee of Wolstanton, 1914-28 ;
Vice-President, Workers’ Education Association, N. Staffs. District, 1926-31

Member of Staffs. War Pensions Committee, 1916 ; 
Member of N. Staffs. Soldiers and Sailors Families Association from 1914 ; 
Chairman Newcastle Mental Occupational Centre;
Steward Methodist Church, Cross Heath, 1910-31 ; 
Newcastle Tuberculosis After-Care Committee.

"Who's Who in Staffordshire" 1934


1881 census:

Dwelling: Cross Heath
Census Place: Wolstanton, Staffordshire, England


Marr | Age | Sex

  Birthplace Occupation
John CAMPION  M 32 M  Head Upton, Nottingham General Labr
Ellen CAMPION  M 34 F Wife Middle Rasen, Lincoln  
Mary CAMPION 7 F  Daur Wolstanton Scholar
William CAMPION  4 M Son Middle Rasen, Lincoln  
Edward CAMPION 1 M   Middle Rasen, Lincoln England