Samuel Campbell was the son of James and Sarah Campbell. He was one of nine children all born in the Brookeborough - Fivemiletown area. His father was a farmer. After leaving school Sam joined the Post Office, becoming a telegram delivery boy in Fivemiletown. He later emigrated to Canada. Samuel Campbell served with the he South Saskatchewan Regiment, part of the Royal Canadian Infantry Corps (R.C.I.C.) during World War Two. Lance Corporal Samuel Campbell was serving in Europe when he was killed in action at the Dieppe debacle on 19th August 1942.
From the centre of Dieppe take the Avenue Gambetta and Avenue des Canadiens. Head along the N27 out of Dieppe in the direction of Rouen until the first roundabout where there is a CWGC sign. Go across the roundabout and continue until you reach a second roundabout. Take the first turning right where there is another CWGC sign. Continue until Chemin des Jonquilles, a road on the left. The cemetery is on the right of this road and is clearly visible.