Charles T. CAMPBELL, merchant and manufacturer of Cleveland, was born January 21, 1847, in the city of which he is now a resident. His parents were W. I. and Onie W. (CARTER) CAMPBELL. The father was a native of Virginia, and came to Tennessee when a young man. In 1834 he married in Grainger County, where he resided some time, and then came to Cleveland. He was for many years a tailor, and afterward a merchant. He was a magistrate for fifteen years. He and his wife died at Cleveland. Of their six children, four sons and one daughter are living. All the sons are merchants, the third of whom is our subject. He received a good academic education, and clerked a number of years. In 1872 he bought out a firm, and has continued the business since that time. In 1886 he purchased an interest in the Cleveland Chair Factory. Under his management they are doing a flourishing business, and turn out 400 chairs per day. He is a trustee of the Centenary Female College, an Odd Fellow, and a Mason. For twenty years he has been associated with the commercial interest of Cleveland, and has met with uniform success. In 1874 he married Miss Sallie REEDER, a A Special "Thank You!" to Sherry Pollard for Transcribing the Goodspeed Biographies!native of Cleveland, by whom he has had three children: Guy R., Charlie B. and Lillie. Mr. and Mrs. CAMPBELL are members of the Methodist Church.\
A Special "Thank You!" to Sherry Pollard for Transcribing the Goodspeed Biographies!