Thomas Camp Family
North and South
Carolina and Georgia
b. 1765 Rutherford Co., N. C.
d. after 1820, Hall Co., GA
m. Susannah Wagoner 1781
Greenville, S. C.
his father: John Camp
b. c 1766 NC
d. after 1818 Jackson Co., GA
her father: John Wagoner
his mother: Mary
| Elizabeth M. Camp
| b. 1799
||m. Joseph Camp (cousin)
| Nancy M. Camp
|| m. Job Smith
|Violet M. Camp
|m. John Stroud
|Patience Drusilla M. Camp
|died age 93
|m. David Thompson
"Thomas and Susan settled their family in Walton County, GA in
1798. Susan could hear the Battle of Kings Mountain when they
were living in Rutherford County NC. Her husband was in the
battle and wounded. Her husband’s brothers were also in the
battle. Thomas had a bullet cross his forehead just beneath the
skin. His nickname after that was “scarey Tom”. [records of
Ancestral Rolls, South
Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution, Compiled 1938 by
Mrs E. T. Crawford, State Registrar.
Camp Index | Ancestor Chart #12
Landrum, Dr. L. B. O. . History of Spartanburg County, South Carolina
1900, reprinted 1954.
Mann, Col. Robt. Neville and Catherine Creek-Mann, Camp-Kemp
Family Hist., Vol. I, 1969
O'Kelley, Jennifer. records of - firstname.lastname@example.org
Williams, E. Russ, Jr. The Kemp,Turner and Roberts Families on
Little Silver Creek, Washington Parish Louisiana. 1992, Williams
Genealogical Pub., 514 Cole Ave, Monroe, LA 71203
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