Record of the Descendants of Ezekiel and Mary Baker DeCamp of Butler County, Ohio

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James Milton DeCamp
Western Methodist Book Concern, 1896 - 177 pages
 

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Page 15 - For the Lord God is a sun and shield: the Lord will give grace and glory; no good thing will he withhold from them that walk uprightly. O Lord of Hosts, blessed is the man that trusteth in thee.
Page 9 - Ezekiel's sons, we believe this to be our ancestral line. The will speaks of his father Hendrick De Camp and of a brother Henry. We found also the will of Hendrick De Camp, of Woodbridge, Middlesex County, NJ, made June 4, 1771, "being very aged," bequeathing plantations to his wife, Mary, and children, Aliche Lovee, Lambert, John, Christina Woodruff, Henry, and Benjamin.
Page 155 - He was a good man and true, possessing the respect and confidence of all who knew him." He was for many years an active member of Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, and was especially fond of music, being a fine singer.
Page 11 - Camp was the first of his name in America, and the only one in 1664 in all probability. He had children; John, Christina, Mary, Henry or Hendrick, Gideon, and Elsie. He also states that all the children of Hendrick De Camp are not mentioned in his will of June, 1771.
Page 11 - Range i east, about four miles south of Oxford, Ohio, and lived in the log-house he helped to erect until October 5, 1827, when he died at the age of ninety-two years. His wife survived him eight years, and died May 15, 1835, in her eighty-ninth year, and their graves are in the cemetery of the "old Bethel...
Page 10 - Since writing the above, we have received a letter from Mr. Geo. A. Morrison, Jr., of New York City (a descendant of one of the De Camp branches), who is assiduously tracing the De Camp Huguenot line through Holland and France. It states that we are correct...
Page 10 - ... to his wife, Mary, and children, Aliche Lovee, Lambert, John, Christina Woodruff, Henry, and Benjamin. A will is recorded of Henry De Camp, so that the pedigree would read : HENDRICK DECAMP, Born about i6,So.
Page 54 - March 25, 1827, he united with the Methodist Episcopal Church, of which he remained a consistent and active member until he moved to Millville, where he became a member of the Presbyterian Church.
Page 124 - he rests from his labors and his works do follow him.
Page 13 - Sarah his wife, aged 65 ; Ezekiel his son, aged 33 ; Mary his wife, aged 32 ; and ten children, the youngest, Henry, being a babe of six weeks.

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