Andrew J. Ingram

M, #1322, b. 21 Apr 1857, d. 4 Nov 1923
Relationship
1st cousin 3 times removed of Lester Milton Barlow
     Andrew J. Ingram was born on 21 Apr 1857 in Monroe Co., GA.1,2,3,4 He was the son of William Ingram Sr. and Jane Gamell. Andrew J. Ingram was enumerated in the census of 1860 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of William Ingram Sr.3 Andrew J. Ingram was enumerated in the census of 1870 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of William Ingram Sr.4 Andrew J. Ingram was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1880 in Monroe Co., GA.

Andrew J. Ingram married Nannie Katie Faulkner, daughter of Peter Faulkner and Carolyn Pearsons, in May 1886 in Monroe Co., GA.2 Andrew J. Ingram was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1900 in Monroe Co., GA, with others in the household: Nannie Katie Faulkner.5 Andrew J. Ingram was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1910 in Monroe Co., GA, with others in the household: Nannie Katie Faulkner.6

Andrew J. Ingram died on 4 Nov 1923 in Barnesville, Lamar Co., GA, at age 66; the informant of the death was Mrs. A. J. Ingram, his wife.7 Andrew J. Ingram was buried in Shiloh Baptist Church Cemetery, Lamar Co., GA.8,9,10

Citations

  1. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe County, Georgia, a History (Forsyth, GA: Monroe Co. Historical Society, 1979), p. 694,. Hereinafter cited as Monroe Co., GA, a History.
  2. [S171] Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, "Ancestral File - LDS", Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT. Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File - LDS."
  3. [S402] US1860.
  4. [S497] US1870.
  5. [S555] US1900.
  6. [S663] US1910.
  7. [S854] Georgia Virtual Vault, Georgia Death Certificates, Georgia Archives, Morrow, GA, Certificate 32664. Hereinafter cited as Georgia Death Certificates.
  8. [S854] Georgia Virtual Vault, Georgia Death Certificates.
  9. [S182] Cemetery Marker in Shiloh Baptist Church Cemetery, Monroe Co., GA (on US 41 at Monroe-Lamar County line (33.05420 -84.04280)).
  10. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe Co., GA, a History, #99, p. 694.

Benjamin Ingram

M, #1323, b. Feb 1859, d. 1907
Relationship
1st cousin 3 times removed of Lester Milton Barlow
     Benjamin Ingram was born in Feb 1859 in Monroe Co., GA.1,2,3,4 He was the son of William Ingram Sr. and Jane Gamell.

Benjamin's cemetery record lists him as born in 1845. This contradicts these items: he was not listed with the family in the 1850 census, listed as 2 years old in 1860, and 11 in 1870. If he had been born in 1845, he would more than likely have been in the 45th Regiment with his brothers. Since he was listed as 2 in 1860, he was probably born in Feb 1858. Benjamin Ingram was enumerated in the census of 1860 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of William Ingram Sr.2 Benjamin Ingram was enumerated in the census of 1870 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of William Ingram Sr.3 Benjamin Ingram was enumerated in the census of 1880 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of William Ingram Sr.4

Benjamin Ingram married Sarah Elizabeth English on 29 Jan 1888 in Monroe Co., GA.5 Benjamin Ingram was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1900 in Monroe Co., GA, with others in the household: Sarah Elizabeth English.1

Benjamin Ingram died in 1907.6 He was buried in Ingram Cemetery, Monroe Co., GA.6

Citations

  1. [S555] US1900.
  2. [S402] US1860.
  3. [S497] US1870.
  4. [S496] US1880.
  5. [S1295] Barbara English West, The English Plantation-One-name study for the surname ENGLISH (West, Barbara English).
  6. [S181] Cemetery Marker in Ingram Cemetery (Monroe), Monroe Co., GA (on Ingram Road near Lamar-Monroe County line (Latitude: 33.02830, Longitude: -84.03970)).

Thomas Camp IV

M, #1324, b. 8 Feb 1716/17, d. between 8 Jan 1798 and Apr 1798
Relationship
5th great-grandfather of Lester Milton Barlow
Charts
Lester M. Barlow Pedigree
     Thomas Camp IV was born on 8 Feb 1716/17 in King-Queen Co., VA.1,2 He was the son of Thomas Camp III and Mary Marshall.

Thomas Camp IV married first Winifred Starling, daughter of Richard Starling, circa 1737/38 in Accomack Co., VA.2,3

Thomas's second marriage was to Margaret Carney in 1762.2,3 Thomas was a millwright. He was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1790 in Rutherford Co., NC.4

Thomas Camp IV left a will dated 8 Jan 1798 in Rutherford Co., NC. Heirs: Margaret Carney, Aaron Camp, Ruth Camp, Edmund Camp, John Camp, Thomas Camp V, William Camp, Joseph Camp, Nathaniel Camp, Benjamin Camp, Lucy Camp, James Camp, Lewis Camp, Stephen Camp, Eunie Camp, George Camp and Joshua Camp, his wife and 18 children. Heir and Executor: Crenshaw Camp and Daniel Camp, two of his sons.5

Thomas Camp IV died between 8 Jan 1798 and Apr 1798 in Rutherford Co., NC.6 He was buried in Camp Cemetery, Rutherford Co., NC.1 His estate was probated before Apr 1798 in Rutherford Co., NC.6

Children of Thomas Camp IV and Winifred Starling

Children of Thomas Camp IV and Margaret Carney

Citations

  1. [S2326] Cemetery Marker in Camp Cemetery, Rutherford Co., NC.
  2. [S1992] "Alabama, Surname Files Expanded, 1702–1981," Database, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com : accessed 6 Sep 2018), Citing Alabama Department of Archives and History. Public Information Subject Files. Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama, from The Phenix Citizen-Herald, Mar 29 1973, Camp between Calloway Jr - Campbell.
  3. [S171] Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, "Ancestral File - LDS", Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT. Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File - LDS."
  4. [S840] US 1790.
  5. [S1874] "North Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1665-1998," Index and images, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com : accessed 16 Apr 2016), Citing North Carolina County, District and Probate Courts, Rutherford Co. Wills, Vol 1-2, Ace-Pai, p. 29-30.
  6. [S1874] "North Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1665-1998," Index and images, Ancestry.com, Rutherford Co. Wills, Vol 1-2, Ace-Pai, p. 30.

Winifred Starling1

F, #1325, b. 1720, d. 1761
Relationship
5th great-grandmother of Lester Milton Barlow
Charts
Lester M. Barlow Pedigree
     Winifred Starling was born in 1720 in Accomack Co., VA.2,3 She was the daughter of Richard Starling.

Winifred Starling married Thomas Camp IV, son of Thomas Camp III and Mary Marshall, circa 1737/38 in Accomack Co., VA.2,4

Culpeper Co. was created from Orange Co. in 1749.

Winifred Starling died in 1761 in Culpeper Co., VA.4

Children of Winifred Starling and Thomas Camp IV

Citations

  1. [S231] Camp Family Assn., editor, The Camp Bulletin (Atlanta, GA: Camp Family Assn., 1981), V1N3p1(Aug1925) says she is of Welsh descent. Hereinafter cited as The Camp Bulletin.
  2. [S1992] "Alabama, Surname Files Expanded, 1702–1981," Database, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com : accessed 6 Sep 2018), Citing Alabama Department of Archives and History. Public Information Subject Files. Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama, from The Phenix Citizen-Herald, Mar 29 1973, Camp between Calloway Jr - Campbell.
  3. [S171] Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, "Ancestral File - LDS", Has Halifax Co., VA, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT. Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File - LDS."
  4. [S171] Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, "Ancestral File - LDS."

Edmund Camp

M, #1326, b. 1737/38, d. 1834
Relationship
4th great-granduncle of Lester Milton Barlow
     Edmund Camp was born in 1737/38 in Orange Co., VA.1,2 He was the son of Thomas Camp IV and Winifred Starling.

Edmund Camp married first Mary Ragsdale in 1760 in VA.1

Edmund Camp was living in SC after 1760, before moving to GA.

Edmund's second marriage was to Mary (Elizabeth) Carney after 1760.1 Edmund was a farmer.

In the will of Thomas Camp IV, dated 8 Jan 1798 in Rutherford Co., NC, Edmund Camp, his son, was named as an heir.3

Edmund Camp died in 1834 in Franklin Co., GA.1,2

Citations

  1. [S171] Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, "Ancestral File - LDS", Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT. Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File - LDS."
  2. [S231] Camp Family Assn., editor, The Camp Bulletin (Atlanta, GA: Camp Family Assn., 1981), V1N4p1(Aug1926). Hereinafter cited as The Camp Bulletin.
  3. [S1874] "North Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1665-1998," Index and images, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com : accessed 16 Apr 2016), Citing North Carolina County, District and Probate Courts, Rutherford Co. Wills, Vol 1-2, Ace-Pai, p. 29-30.

Mary Camp

F, #1327, b. 5 Jan 1738/39, d. 11 Sep 1786
Relationship
4th great-grandaunt of Lester Milton Barlow
     Mary Camp was born on 5 Jan 1738/39 in Orange Co., VA.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Camp IV and Winifred Starling.

Mary Camp married Thomas Tarpley, son of James Tarpley and Mary Camp, on 3 Apr 1759 in Culpeper Co., VA.1

Mary Camp died on 11 Sep 1786 in Charlotte Co., VA, at age 47.1

Citations

  1. [S171] Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, "Ancestral File - LDS", Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT. Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File - LDS."

Joseph Camp

M, #1328, b. 1740/41, d. 1813
Relationship
4th great-granduncle of Lester Milton Barlow
     Joseph Camp was born in 1740/41 in Orange Co., VA.1 He was the son of Thomas Camp IV and Winifred Starling.

This part of Orange County became Culpeper County in 1749.

Joseph Camp married Susannah Roundtree in VA.2,1 Joseph was a preacher in 1762.

In the will of Thomas Camp IV, dated 8 Jan 1798 in Rutherford Co., NC, Joseph Camp, his son, was named as an heir.3

Joseph Camp died in 1813 in Pulaski Co., KY.1 He was buried in NC.2

Citations

  1. [S171] Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, "Ancestral File - LDS", Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT. Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File - LDS."
  2. [S231] Camp Family Assn., editor, The Camp Bulletin (Atlanta, GA: Camp Family Assn., 1981), V1N7p2. Hereinafter cited as The Camp Bulletin.
  3. [S1874] "North Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1665-1998," Index and images, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com : accessed 16 Apr 2016), Citing North Carolina County, District and Probate Courts, Rutherford Co. Wills, Vol 1-2, Ace-Pai, p. 29-30.

Lucy Camp

F, #1329, b. 1741/42
Relationship
4th great-grandaunt of Lester Milton Barlow
     Lucy Camp was born in 1741/42 in Orange Co., VA.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Camp IV and Winifred Starling.

Citations

  1. [S171] Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, "Ancestral File - LDS", Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT. Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File - LDS."

John Camp

M, #1330, b. 13 Oct 1743, d. 1818
Relationship
4th great-granduncle of Lester Milton Barlow
     John Camp was born on 13 Oct 1743 in Orange Co., VA.1,2 He was the son of Thomas Camp IV and Winifred Starling.

This part of Orange County became Culpeper County in 1749.

John Camp married Minnie Tarpley, daughter of James Tarpley and Mary Camp, in 1764 in VA.3,4 Alternatively, John Camp married Minnie Tarpley in 1760 in Charlotte Co., VA.5

John Camp served in the Revolutionary War.6,2

In the will of Thomas Camp IV, dated 8 Jan 1798 in Rutherford Co., NC, John Camp, his son, was named as an heir.7

John Camp was on the 1809 taxlist in Jackson Co., GA.8

John Camp died in 1818 in Jackson Co., GA.1 He was buried in Lebanon United Methodist Church Cemetery, Greenville Co., SC.9,1

Citations

  1. [S982] Cemetery Marker in Lebanon United Methodist Church Cemetery, Greenville, SC (1450 Dunklin Bridge Road (CR68) (34.56110 -82.26610)).
  2. [S1992] "Alabama, Surname Files Expanded, 1702–1981," Database, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com : accessed 6 Sep 2018), Citing Alabama Department of Archives and History. Public Information Subject Files. Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama, from The Phenix Citizen-Herald, Mar 29 1973, Camp between Calloway Jr - Campbell (has 1826).
  3. [S1992] "Alabama, Surname Files Expanded, 1702–1981," Database, Ancestry.com, Camp between Calloway Jr - Campbell.
  4. [S231] Camp Family Assn., editor, The Camp Bulletin (Atlanta, GA: Camp Family Assn., 1981), V1N4p4(Aug1926). Hereinafter cited as The Camp Bulletin.
  5. [S171] Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, "Ancestral File - LDS", Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT. Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File - LDS."
  6. [S231] Camp Family Assn., The Camp Bulletin, V1N10p1(Aug1929) documents Rev. War service.
  7. [S1874] "North Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1665-1998," Index and images, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com : accessed 16 Apr 2016), Citing North Carolina County, District and Probate Courts, Rutherford Co. Wills, Vol 1-2, Ace-Pai, p. 29-30.
  8. [S1604] "Georgia, Property Tax Digests, 1793-1892," Digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 20 Dec 2013), Citing Georgia Tax Digests [1890]. 140 volumes. Morrow, Georgia: Georgia Archives, Image 55. No details of land, probably due to his age.
  9. [S231] Camp Family Assn., The Camp Bulletin, V1N4p4(Aug1926) (Lebanon Church Cemetery).

Nathaniel Camp

M, #1331, b. 1744/45
Relationship
4th great-grandfather of Lester Milton Barlow
Charts
Lester M. Barlow Pedigree
     Nathaniel Camp was born in 1744/45 in Orange Co., VA.1,2 He was the son of Thomas Camp IV and Winifred Starling.

Nathaniel Camp married Winnifred Tarpley, daughter of James Tarpley and Mary Camp.

Nathaniel Camp served from Rutherford Co., NC, in the Revolutionary War.3 Land was laid out for Nathaniel Camp on 17 Nov 1778 in Orange Co., NC. 100 acres both sides of Jordan's Creek, a branch of Stony Creek.4 Land was laid out for Nathaniel Camp on 3 Nov 1779 in Tryon Co., NC. 200 acres.5 Nathaniel Camp was awarded land, as follows: 200 acres on Sandy Run of Main Broad River.6 Nathaniel Camp was awarded land, as follows: 100 acres bounded on the lines of the South State [South Carolina].7

The family moved to Laurens Co., SC, between 1783 and 1786.8,9,10 He was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1790 in Laurens Co., SC, (with 3 males under 16 and 6 females (a wife and five daughters). His daughter, Winifred, b. 1786, has her birthplace as SC in censuses 1850-1870.)11

In the will of Thomas Camp IV, dated 8 Jan 1798 in Rutherford Co., NC, Nathaniel Camp, his son, was named as an heir.12 On 31 Jan 1799 Nathaniel Camp purchased land in Jackson Co., GA.13 The family moved again circa 1800, to Jackson Co., GA.14

Nathaniel Camp was a successful drawer in the 1807 Georgia Land Lottery. He was living in Jackson Co., GA. He drew land in an unspecified county.15 He gave a deed of gift to Stephen Arnold, husband of his daughter, Camie, consisting of 300 acres on the north side of Middle Oconee, 22 Jun 1810 in Jackson Co., GA.16 On 22 Sep 1811 Nathaniel Camp purchased land in Jackson Co., GA, consisting of 448 acres on the waters of Mulberry Fork.17

Nathaniel Camp died in Gwinnett Co., GA.18,19

Children of Nathaniel Camp and Winnifred Tarpley

Citations

  1. [S231] Camp Family Assn., editor, The Camp Bulletin (Atlanta, GA: Camp Family Assn., 1981), V1N7p2. Hereinafter cited as The Camp Bulletin.
  2. [S171] Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, compiler, "Ancestral File - LDS", This says he was born in Culpeper Co. Culpeper was formed in 1749 from Orange Co, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT. Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File - LDS."
  3. [S231] Camp Family Assn., The Camp Bulletin, V1N10p1(Aug1929) documents Rev. War service.
  4. [S2351] "North Carolina, U.S., Land Grant Files, 1693-1960," Images, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com : accessed 3 Dec 2020), Citing Original data:North Carolina Land Grants. North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, NC, Orange 4-908, image 866.
  5. [S2351] "North Carolina, U.S., Land Grant Files, 1693-1960," Images, Ancestry.com, Tryon 1570-1857, image 694.
  6. [S2395] "North Carolina, Rutherford County Deeds," Images, FamilySearch (familysearch.org : accessed 17 Feb 2021), Citing Deed records, 1779-1962, and 1964-1965, and index, 1779-1916, and general index to real estate conveyances, grantor and grantee, 1779-1965, Deed records, book A-L 1779-1795; Film 19912 DGS 7517761, p. 121.
  7. [S2395] "North Carolina, Rutherford County Deeds," Images, FamilySearch, Deed records, book A-L 1779-1795; Film 19912 DGS 7517761, p. 353.
  8. [S414] US1850, daughter, Winifred, born SC.
  9. [S402] US1860, daughter, Winifred, born SC.
  10. [S497] US1870, daughter, Winifred, born SC.
  11. [S840] US 1790.
  12. [S1874] "North Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1665-1998," Index and images, Ancestry.com (https://ancestry.com : accessed 16 Apr 2016), Citing North Carolina County, District and Probate Courts, Rutherford Co. Wills, Vol 1-2, Ace-Pai, p. 29-30.
  13. [S2396] "United States, Georgia, Jackson - Land and property Deeds," Images, FamilySearch (familysearch.org : accessed 17 Feb 2021), Citing original records filmed at the Jackson County courthouse in Jefferson, Georgia, Deeds index, v. 1-3 1796-1895, Film 325693 DGS 7842254, image 36 (Index only. No online volume AAB for that date.).
  14. [S2396] "United States, Georgia, Jackson - Land and property Deeds," Images, FamilySearch, Deeds index, v. 1-3 1796-1895, Film 325693 DGS 7842254.
  15. [S1509] Augusta Chronicle, Augusta, GA, Augusta chronicle. (Augusta, Ga.) 1806-1817, October 17, 1807, Image 2. Hereinafter cited as Augusta Chronicle.
  16. [S2396] "United States, Georgia, Jackson - Land and property Deeds," Images, FamilySearch, Vol. F-G 1812-1822 Film 325695 DGS 7900715, p. 50.
  17. [S2396] "United States, Georgia, Jackson - Land and property Deeds," Images, FamilySearch, Vol. F-G 1812-1822 Film 325695 DGS 7900715, p. 33.
  18. [S2401] James C. Flanigan, History of Gwinett County, Georgia, 1818-1960 (Hapeville, Ga: Printed by Longino & Porter, 1943), Volume II, p. 32-33. Hereinafter cited as History of Gwinett County, GA.
  19. [S231] Camp Family Assn., The Camp Bulletin, V1N7p2. Died at the home of his son, Hosea.