Bio Mabel SHIPMAN Shaw b. 1875

Mini-Bios for CAMPBELLs, LUGGs, & BLACKWELLs of Nelson, PA

Mabel SHIPMAN Shaw (1875 - 1973)

Mabel Rose Shipman was born Jan. 14, 1875, in Nelson, Tioga Co., PA; d. Apr. 22. Married Jul. 12, 1899 to Llewellyn B. Shaw, b. June, 1872, in PA; d. Apr 5, 1948. Llewellyn's parents were Horace Benton Shaw, b. 1838 in PA, and Martha E. Howe, born ca 1847 in PA, d. 1899 in Tioga Co., PA.

Mabel was the elder of 2 children of Mary Lois Campbell, b. 1851 in Nelson, Tioga Co., PA, d. 1927 in Mansfield, Tioga Co., PA; and George Hackstaff Shipman, born 1839 in Hamilton, ON, Canada, died 1922 in Mansfield.

Mabel was an active genealogist, and collected a lot of data on our Campbells. She was a Presbyterian. Also "State Superintendent of Scientific Temperance Instruction in Public Schools and Colleges", and active in: the state Federation of Women's Clubs; DAR; the Guild for the Poor; the Nurse Association; and politics. She sometimes wrote her letters in rhyme. They hosted the 1923 Cousins Dinner on Sep. 26, and lived at 56 Sherwood St., Mansfield.

Mabel wrote poems read at the Campbell Reunions and words for "The Campbell Reunion Song", which was sung to the Civil War tune Marching Through Georgia (these days that tune may not be popular with some of our family members born in the South). She was secretary-treasurer of the Campbell Reunions of 1917, 1918, 1939, 1940, 1941 & 1942

Llewellyn worked in a furniture store and went on to own and operate one of Mansfield's most prominent funeral homes, Shaw & Robena. (In the late 1800s and early 1900s, the combination of managing a furniture store and being a mortician often went together. Perhaps because it was a small step for a furniture store to add caskets to it's product lines. And if you're selling caskets, providing funeral services seems like a reasonable next step. Oliver B. "Ben" Blanchard and "Parks & Congdon" are other examples.)

Llewellyn and Mable Shipman Shaw had no children, but adopted his nephew:

  1. Wilford Walter Shaw, b. Apr. 15, 1904 in PA, m. Genevieve Cox.
Mentioned in Campbell Cousins Correspondence Letters Written:
v1r2 pp67-8 Oct. 14. 1923 - photo
v2 pp8-9 Mar. 22, 1924
v3 p52-5 Apr. 5, 1925
v4 p60-2 Apr. 6, 1926

Mentioned in CCC Letters:
v1r1 p7 Stella LOOP Hooker Wilbur
v1r1 p18 Jennie SELPH Cady
v1r1 p26 Mary Lois CAMPBELL Shipman
v1r1 p43 Will Selph - Mabel
v1r1 pp44-47 Will Selph - Mabel,  Llewellyn & Mabel
v1r2 p15 Marcus B. Seely - Llewellyn & Mabel
v1r2 p22 Jud D. Seely - Llewellyn & Mabel
v1r2 p24 Anna BOSARD Owlett - Mabel & Llewellyn
v1r2 p27 Kate Campbell Horton - Llewellyn & Mabel
v1r2 p29 Sam A. Seely - L. B. Shaw's
v1r2 p30 Mary Lois CAMPBELL Shipman - Mabel & family
v1r2 p33 Minnie TUBBS Clark - Mabel & Llewellyn
v1r2 p37 Will C. Campbell - Mabel's
v1r2 p53 Emma CONGDON Buck - Llewellyn & Mabel
v1r2 p60 Jennie SELPH Cady - Mabel & Llewellyn
v1r2 p61 Inez HOYT Boller - Mabel & Llewellyn
v2 p36 "Nellie" HORTON Kimball - Mabel & Llewellyn
v2 p50 Helen SHIPMAN Wilson Ireton - Mabel & Llewellyn
v3 p11 Carrie HUGHEY Peterson Taylor St. Clair - Mabel
v3 p33-34 Mary Lois CAMPBELL Shipman - Mabel & Llewellyn, the girls
v3 p44 "Nellie" HORTON Kimball - Mabel
v3 p46 Ann BOSARD Owlett - Mabel & Llewellyn
v3 p62 Ed Congdon - Mabel & Llewellyn Shaw
v3 p78 Geo. L. Buck - Mabel Shaw and Llewellyn
v3 p90-91 Harry Horton - Llewellyn and Mabel
v3 p91-92 Arthur Horton - Llewellyn and Mabel
v4 p21 Eva Hills - Llewellyn and Mabel Shaw
v4 p55 Frances PARKS Campbell - Mabel
v4 p69 Mary CAMPBELL Shipman - Mabel
v4 p80 St. Pete Independent clipping - Mrs. L. B. Shaw
v4 pp98-99 Will Selph - Cousin Mabel, Mabel Shaw

Mentioned in other documents:

[wbt - 10/25/2000; rev. 12/21/2017]

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