Monday, June 16, 2014

Camp Families of America

Nazeing
Nazing Church
The Camp family of Essex County, England began with Thomas Campe, Roydon, yeoman who died in Essex.  Richard Campe, eldest son, of  Epping, was bequeathed the meadows in Nazing, marshland, etc.. The church at Nazing records the births of his children. The Camps are probably the most prolific families in America.  One (Thomas Camp) of Mashbury, England apparently came to Jamestown at an early date and removed to  King and Queen County, Virginia where he died.  He was married in Jamestown to a daughter of Andrew Barron. Another Thomas Camp of Orange County, Virginia traces his descendants into North Carolina, then to practically every State.  In Rutherfordton, North Carolina, that Thomas Camp fought in the Revolutionary War, as well as all of his sons.  The genealogy is extensive and is available to members of Virginia Pioneers. 



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