|Notes for Sextus Chandler (Spouse 1)|
|SEXTUS CAMP was born February 16, 1798 in Warren Co., GA, and died September 25, 1832 in Campbellton, Jackson Co., FL. He married JANE CRAWFORD November 14, 1816 in Putnam Co., GA. She was born Abt. 1803, and died May 13, 1883 in Henry Co., AL.|
Notes for SEXTUS CAMP:
Died of Yellow Fever. 1832
West Florida index Reconstructed Tract Book
CAMP SEXTUS Jackson 11W 6N 18
SECTION 18 - T6N R11W
SE 18 6N 11W CAMP SEXTUS 3 C 1827/04/02
SEXTUS CAMP was born February 16, 1798 in Warren Co., GA, and died September 25, 1832 in Campbellton, Jackson Co., FL. He married JANE CRAWFORD November 14, 1816 in Putnam Co., GA. She was born March 11, 1803 in Georgia, and died May 13, 1883 in Lawrenceville, Henry Co., AL.
Notes for SEXTUS CAMP:
Records of Putnam Co., GA., Book B of marriages, page 24,
Sextus Kemp married to Jane Crawford by John Sturdivant, Nov. 14 1816.
Records from the Bible of Mary Catherine Camp Lewis copied there from by Joe T. Saunders, The Bible is in possession of Mrs. M. E. Owens of Slocomb Alabama.
Sextus Camp, b Warren Co., Georgia February 16, 1798, d. September 25, 1832
Jane Camp, b. 11 March 1803, d. 1883
1.) James Elbert Camp,[. b. 2 May 1819
2.) Mary Catharine Camp b. 28 March 1823, d 20 January 1919
3.) Martha Camp, b. 7 June 1825
4.) William Samuel Camp, 17 October, 1827
5.) Nancy Ann Tabitha Camp, 8 September 1832, d in infancy
6.) Amanda Ann Rebecca Whitehurst, b. 24 June, 1837
Sextus Chandler Camp , , , was born on 16 Dec 1798 at Warren County, Georgia, the eleventh and youngest child and son of Samuel Camp and Mary Banks . , His surname has also been spelled Kemp. He married Jane Crawford, on 14 Nov 1816 at Putnam County, Georgia., ,
Sextus became a charter member on 12 Mar 1825 of the Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church, Campbellton, Jackson County, Territory of Florida. He and his wife Jane were appointed by the church to preserve such articles as is necessary for the use of the church in administering the ordinance on 17 May 1825 at Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church, Campbellton, Jackson County, Territory of Florida. On 12 Nov 1825 Sextus Chandler Camp was appointed, along with others, to help establish a church on the bluff of the Appalachicola River by the Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church, Campbellton, Jackson County, Territory of Florida. He left to go with the group, but by the next year he was back at Campbellton, being placed on the committees Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church, Campbellton, Jackson County, Territory of Florida. They reported back that they had selected a spot on the North side of the creek.
On 2 Apr 1827 he was granted a land patent issued at Jackson County, Territory of Florida for the purchase of a total of 160.25 acres:
Aliquot Parts Sec./ Block Township Range Fract. Section Meridian State Counties Survey Nr.
SE 18 6-N 11-W No Tallahassee FL Jackson.
Sextus Chandler Camp appeared on the 1830 Territory Of Florida Census at Jackson County, Territory of Florida, on 1 Jun 1830 as Head of Household probably along with Jane, James Elbert Camp, Mary Catherine Camp, Martha Jane Camp, and William Samuel Camp implied by a hit in age bracket :
Camp, Sextus HOH
1 White Male under 5 years [William Samuel-son]
1 White Male 5-10 [James Elbert-son]
1 White Male 30-30 [Sextus-HOH]
1 White Female under 5 years [Martha Jane-dau]
1 White Female 5-10 [Mary Catherine-dau]
2 White Females 20-30 [Jane-wife & ?]
3 Female Slaves under 10 years
1 Female Slave 10 and under 24 years
1 Female Slave 24-36 years
5 slaves in total.
Sextus died on 25 Sep 1832 at Campbellton, Jackson County, Territory of West Florida, of Yellow Fever. , , His estate settlement papers from 1833 to 1838 are located in Jackson County, Territory of West Florida. On 14 Jan 1833 Jane Crawford Camp was appointed an administratrix and John Brett Sr. was appointed executor for the estate of Jane's husband, Sextus Chandler Camp, at Jackson County, Territory of West Florida, Jonathan Parker and William Lewis were ordered to make an inventory and appraisal of the estate and present it to the court on or before the first Monday ensuing. Jane and Brett were placed under $4,000 bond. On 4 May 1835 John Wesley Whitehurst, who had married the widow of Sextus Chandler Camp, petitioned the Orphan's Court in Dale County, Alabama, and was appointed guardian of the latter's minor children to wit: James Elbert Camp, Mary Catherine Camp, Martha Jane Camp, William Samuel Camp), and Nancy Ann Tabitha Camp and he was bonded in the amount of $3,000 at Dale County, Alabama. On the same day, Whitehurst asked the Orphan's Court of Dale County, Alabama, to ask the Jackson County, West Florida Court for a transfer to Dale County, Alabama of all the property belonging to the estate of Sextus Camp, in order that the estate might be administered where the guardian and heirs lived. John Wesley Whitehurst on 8 Oct 1838 filed a petition in the Orphan's Court in Dale County, Alabama, asking permission to sell land of Sextus Chandler Camp ...in his right as guardian of the minor heirs of Sextus Camp, and in his own right as husband of Jane Whitehurst, late Jane Camp. This petition came to the Jackson County, Florida Court from the Orphan's Court of Dale County, Alabama, through Whitehurst's attorney, Allen H. Beach in Jackson County, Territory of West Florida.
File 1, and the folder they were finally found list their location as: Estate Book B. p. 104. They CAN BE FOUND in the metal files of original papers that can be found in most courthouses. They are in a small wall file box "Estate Records prior to 1949, Cal-Car," in the County judge's office. All records pertaining to the settlements are there, but are so old and brittle that visitors are not allowed to handle them. A Mrs. Jordan of the Judge's office, removed them and Xeroxed them for me [NJC]. Apparently they had been overlooked in the copying of older books into the newer volumes.
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