The Camp Cemetery is located just off Hays-Wilbanks Road, in Eastanollee, Stephens (formerly Franklin) Co., GA. The patriarch, Edmund Camp, died and was buried there in 1834, on what was then the family farm. Edmund's wife Elizabeth and other family members were subsequently buried in the 50 x 50 plot.
|Although only two of the worn gravestones are identifiable, those listed as being buried in the Camp Cemetery are as follows:|
Edmund Camp - b: May 03, 1738 in Halifax, VA. d: 1834
Elizabeth Carney Camp - b: 1759 in Franklin County, Ga. d: 1859
Matilda Camp - b: 1830 d: 1868
Elizabeth Camp - b: 1828 d: 1870
George Camp - b: 1829 d: 18??
Hamilton Camp - b: 1829 d: 18??
_______ Brock - (unreadable)
4 Mar. 1896
With eight of the 22 members accounted for, there may be another fourteen Camps and/or Brocks whose identity is yet to be discovered.
Since Nathan Camp/Kemp's first wife, Nancy Waters Camp died in 1810-13, probably in Franklin Co, GA, she is a possible, but unlikely, candidate.