|Notes for Samuel CAMP|
|Notes for SAMUEL CAMP:|
1820 Federal Census for Warren County, GA
Amherst County, Virginia, in the Revolution, page 50
Through the kindness of Mrs. Clyde W. Fisher, Palm Beach, Florida, the following is given from data collected by her father and uncle: Samuel Camp, born at Durham, Conn., May 14, 1753, son of Rev. Ichabod Camp, the first minister of Amherst Parish, married in Amherst Co., Va., Nov 13, 1776, Mary daughter of Gerrard and Ann (Stanton) Banks; died in Warren Co., GA., 1824. Samuel Camp was assistant Quatermaster in Col. Gabriel Penn's Regt. He writes to his father from Albemarle Barracks 6 June 1779 and his family record shows that he was in Washington Co., GA., Dec 1, 1782. He received a grant of 287 1/2 acres in Washington Co., GA., for Revolutionary service. The Certificate reads: "Georgia - These are to certify, That Serjeant Samuel Camp of the Second Battalion of Continental Troops of the Georgia Line - is entitled to one Hundred and fifty acres of Lane, as a Bounty, agreeable to an Act and Resolve of the General Assembly, passed at Augusta the 20th August 1781 and to one Hundred & fifty acres by a resolution of Congress of the 16th Sept. 1776, as P Certificate, Saml. Elber, B. G. Given under my Hand at Augusta the 8 day of July in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and eighty-four. signed by J. Houstoun"
Marriage Records of Amherst County Virginia, 1763-1800, page 15
Camp, Samuel, and Mary Banks, spinster, November 12, 1776. David Shepherd, surety. Consent of her father, Gerrard Banks.
Direction to Samuel Camp's grave.
Leaving Warrenton, GA on Hwy 16 traveling toward Sparta. Turn left on Hwy 123. Go approximately 1 mile. On the left will be an old farmhouse once painted green with several old trees in the side and back yards. Directly across the road from the old house is a narrow farm lane lying between a pasture and a stretch of woods. The grave is about 100 yards west of Hwy 123.
Tombstone inscription: Revolutionary soldier, Samuel Camp 1752-1827.
The Early Records of Georgia, Volume I, Wilkes County
Page 42--KELLY, WILLIAM, Sr. and wife Katharine of Washington Co., to Samuel Camp of Wilkes Co., 500 acres on Long creek orig. grant 1785 annexed. Aug. 9, 1786. Thos. Neal, John Ledbetter, Test
The Early Records of Georgia, Volume II, Wilkes County
Page 41--CAMP, SAMUEL to Jilson Berry, 60 acres on Long creek of Ogeechee river, part of 250 acres orig grant 1790 to said Camp. Jun. 7, 1790. David Crisswell, J. P., R. Crisswell, test.
Page 43--CAMP, SAMUEL to Chas. Baker, 150 acres on Long creek of Ogeechee river, part of 215 acres orig grant 1790 to said Camp. Jun. 7, 1790. David Crisswell, J. P., R. Criswell, test.
Page 40--LEDBETTER, JOHN to Isaac Ledbetter land on Rocky branch of Ogeechee river, adj land of said John and Samuel Camp, part of 350 acres granted 1790 to said John. May 13, 1790. Peter Boyle, Samuel Camp, test.
SHEILDS, ANDREW dec'd. Warrant of apprmt May 28, 1791. Gerard Banks, gent. also of Wilkes Co., admr. Gerard signs affidavit that no personal property is to be found in the county.
Warren Co., GA, Deed Book B, pages 425-426
Jan 24, 1800, Timothy LEE to Samuel CAMP for $300, 100 a. on LONG Creek, part of a 350 a. grant to Ignatius Few Sept 23, 1784.
Timothy Lee (T) (LS)
Wit: J. Woodson, Jacob LITTLETON, Thos Friend, JP.
Unknown County GaArchives Military Records.....Names of Officers and Soldiers who Applied for Land circa 1800 Rev War
NAMES OF SUCH OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS WHO MADE APPLICATION FOR LAND.
The following is a list of the names of such officers and soldiers
only who made application to the Governor and Council of the State of Georgia,
in pursuance of the second section of an act of the Assembly, passed on the
17th day of February, 1783, entitled, "An Act for opening the Land Office, and
for other purposes therein mentioned," for procuring a certificate in
pursuance of the section above referred to, and a resolution of Congress, of
the 16th of September, 1776, of the bounty of land due them respectively for
their services during the last war with Great Britain, in what was called the
Georgia Continental Establishment.
Warren GA Deed Book C-445
25 Mar 1810 Samuel Camp to JOHN SMITH both of Warren, $400, land in Warren
on the Rocky Branch near Ogechee. s/ S Camp. w/ John Beall
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