Person:Peter Van Camp (7)

Watchers
Peter Van Camp
b.12 May 1771
d.25 Feb 1848
m. Bef 1771
  1. Peter Van Camp1771 - 1848
  2. Matheus Van Camp1773 -
  3. Catherine Van Camp1775 - 1852
  4. Jacob Van Camp1777 - 1813
  5. William Van Camp
  6. Rachel Van CampAbt 1780 - 1851
  7. John Van Camp
  8. Mary Van Camp
  9. Elizabeth Van Camp1787 - 1860
  10. Johanetja Van Camp1790 -
  11. Doeris Van Camp1791 -
  12. Tunis Van Camp
  13. Joshua Van CampBef 1798 -
  1. Jacob Van Camp1791 - 1859
  2. Mary Van Camp1794 -
  3. John Van Camp1796 -
  4. William Van Camp1798 - 1867
  5. Hannah Van Camp1798 -
  6. Jesse Van Camp1800 - 1887
  7. Lydia Van Camp1802 - 1844
  8. Elizabeth Van Camp1805 - 1883
  9. Joseph Van Camp1805 -
  10. Nancy Van Camp1808 - 1829
  11. Samuel Van Camp1811 - 1893
  12. Catherine Van Camp1813 -
Facts and Events
Name Peter Van Camp
Gender Male
Birth[3] 12 May 1771
Christening[3] Schaghticoke, Rensselaer, N.Y.
Death[1] 25 Feb 1848 d. aged 77
Burial[1][2] Bowmanville Town Cem., Darlington, Durham, Ontario

Peter Van Camp and Rhoda Brundage et al settled on Lot 21 "B F", in Darlington Township in 1815.[4]

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Genealogical information from Mary Lou Duncan, Grosse Pointe Shores, MI.
  2. Genealogical information from Charlene Freundlich, Henrietta, NY.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Versteeg, Dingman; Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke (New York); Abraham H Meyers; and New York) Dutch Reformed Church (Schaghticoke. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke, N.Y., 1750-1868. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977).

    Parents' names; child's name; child's birth date; child's baptism date; and sponsors'/witnesses' names:
    Van Campen, Jacob and Annatie Boyce; Pieter; 12 May 1771; 6 Jun 1771; Peter Van Campen and Phebe Van Campen

  4. Genealogical information from Ray Lewis, Toronto, Canada.