Person:Martin Camp (2)

Martin Camp
m. Dec. 23, 1823
  1. Mary Camp1822 - 1863
  • HMartin CampAbt 1800 - 1860
  • W.  Sarah Morgan (add)
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Name Martin Camp
Gender Male
Birth? abt 1800 South Carolina, United States
Marriage Dec. 23, 1823 Habersham, Georgia, United Statesto Lucinda Dooley
Death? 13 July 1860 Saline, Arkansas, United States

State of Georgia Chattooga County

This indenture made and entered into this the thirteenth of July eighteen hundred and fifty two between Thomas Morgan of the said state and county of the one part and Martin Camp of the said state and county of Walker of the other part. Witness that for and in consideration of the natural love and affection which the said Thomas Morgan has and bears to his daughter Sarah P Camp of the said state and county of Walker wife of Martin Camp and for and consideration of the sum of five dollars cash in hand paid by said Martin Camp at or before the sealing or delivery presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath bargained sold and conveyed and bt these presents doth bargain grant sell and convey unto the said Martin Camp for the use benefit and bekeep in trust for said Sarah P camp during her natural life and at her death to her children by her present or future husband free from the contracts or in- debtedness of her present or future husband the following negroes to wit Cretia, a girl about twenty years and Lousia a girl about eleven years old to have and to hold the above described property unto him the said Martin Camp in trust for said Sarah P Camp wife of Martin Camp until her death and after her death for all of her children she may have them alive free from the debts or indebtedness and control of present or future husbands. In witness whereof the said Thomas Morgan hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day and year above written. Signed sealed and delivered in presence of Wm B Morgan John M Baker J.P.

                                          Thomas Morgan

Elizabeth A Camp was married to Martin after the death of Sarah. This is her letter informing Mr Lansford of his death.

Turin P.O. Saline Conunty Arkansas July 28, 1860 Dear Mr. Lanford

   Dear Sir, I seat myself to inform you of the death of Mr Camp

which took place on Thursday the 13th instant after an illness of

one week with pneumonia. We are sadly bereaved in the loss of Mr

Camp. Edward, Sarah and Suphronia were all sick at the time of

their Pap's death, but are better and getting about. Give my love

to your family and let me hear from you immediately.

Yours & C Elizabeth A Camp

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