William Burt Cameron1

M, b. 14 June 1932, d. 9 January 2014
     William Burt Cameron was born on 14 June 1932 at Smith Center, Smith Co., KS.1 He was the son of Albert B. Cameron and Florence H. Garretson.1 William Burt Cameron began military service Korean War service, U.S. Air Force. He died on 9 January 2014 at DeKalb Co. (probably), GA, at age 81

Obituary -- The Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia; Sunday, 12 JUN 2014, p.B8 (Newspapers.com):

June 14, 1932 -- January 9, 2014

Bill was born in Smith Center, Kansas. He retired from Hartford Insurance Company. He sang with the Decatur Civic Chorus and loved being a Girl Scout leader. Bill is survivied by his wife of 59 years, Georgia (Sue), daughters Sherri and Christy, grandchidren - Jason, Thomas, Billy, Iris, Logan and Sophia and his sister, Carolyn Andrews. A celebration of his life will be held at Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church, 5140 Memorial Drive, Stone Moutnain on Sunday, January 19th at 2 P.M. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the church or the Salvation Army.

Findagrave.com Obituary:

Bill Cameron knew a little something about the love of scouting. Girl Scouting, that is. And while his wife was once the official troop leader, he didn't miss a beat, said one of their former Girl Scouts. "He was always there and helping us," said Patty Chaney of Atlanta, who was in the troop in the 1970s. "He taught us so many things, including how to make homemade pizza. That was awesome."

For nearly a decade, Cameron was a registered Girl Scout leader, said his wife, Sue Cameron. The couple's oldest daughter was among the girls in the troop. "There were three fathers with us," she said. "I called them the Three Musketeers and they were all registered. They always laughed about that."

For the past 36 years, Cameron battled with his health, his wife said. In 1977 on his way home from work, his car was hit by a train. The collision left him with a number of medical issues, though overall he recovered well, she said.

William Cameron, called "Bill" by most, of Stone Mountain died Thursday of complications from a variety of ailments. He was 81.

Born in Smith Center, Kan., Cameron grew up in a musical family. His mother played the piano, his father the saxophone his sister the violin and he played the trombone. Cameron was also a vocalist, his wife said. In high school, he sang in several musicals and later in a quartet called the Four Roses.

When his job moved him to Atlanta in 1970, he immediately joined a choir at Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church and later joined the Decatur Civic Chorus, where he sang for 23 years. "He only stopped about three years ago when his back really started giving him trouble," his wife said. "They offered to put a chair out there for him, but he wanted to be able to stand."

Cameron's college studies were interrupted by his military service during the Korean War. After two years in the U.S. Air Force, he went back to school, but when his wife became pregnant, he took a job in the insurance field in order to support his growing family.

Cameron worked for the Hartford Insurance Co. for 28 years and the family moved all across the country due to various job transfers. When the couple came to Atlanta, they didn't initially plan to stay, his wife said.

"We wanted to live in Colorado and Washington, but after we got here, all they would ever offer him was Chicago in the winter," she said with a laugh. "So we decided to stay in Atlanta."

When the Camerons moved to the area, their oldest daughter was of scouting age and shortly, they became a scouting family.

"In the troop the men were doing things with the girls that fathers do, teaching them things," Sue Cameron said. "He loved those girls like they were his daughters."

Chaney's 40-year-old memories of the man she calls "Mr. C." cause her voice to crack. She said the presence of the men in her troop, which also included her father, made the girls feel "very protected."

"We were in our teens, but some of us were small," she said, adding she was about 5 foot 2 at the time. "Mr. C. was always so willing to share with us."


  1. [S5207] 1940 Federal Census, Riley County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 1256.

Katherine Caminati

     Katherine Caminati married Benjamin Hart.

Child of Katherine Caminati and Benjamin Hart

Emma Camman1

F, b. circa 1898, d. after April 1930
     Emma Camman was born circa 1898 at New York.1 She married Claude Livingston on 30 August 1915 at Kings Co., NY. Emma Camman died after April 1930.

Child of Emma Camman and Claude Livingston


  1. [S862] 1920 Federal Census, New York City, Queens, New York. Microfilm Image, Series T625, Rolls 1228-37; FHL #1821228-37.

Dolores Catherine Cammarata

F, b. 21 April 1930, d. 1 September 1997
     Dolores Catherine Cammarata was born on 21 April 1930 at Melrose Park, Cook Co., IL. She married Luigi Biagio Coduti in 1949. Dolores Catherine Cammarata died on 1 September 1997 at Elmhurst, DuPage Co., IL, at age 67. She was buried in September 1997 at Queen of Heaven Catholic Cemetery, Hillside, Cook Co., IL, Findagrave #200279959.

Bernice Camp

F, b. 23 December 1919, d. 1982
     Bernice Camp was born on 23 December 1919. She married Michael James Shanley Jr., son of Michael James Shanley and Margaret Mary Myers, on 3 November 1939. Bernice Camp died in 1982. She was buried in 1982 at Hillcrest Cemetery, Petal, Forrest Co., MS, Findagrave #69602621.

Child of Bernice Camp and Michael James Shanley Jr.

Clark Camp

M, b. 1848
     Clark Camp was born in 1848. He married Margaret Ellen Shafer, daughter of John Shafer and Louisa Ship, on 1 April 1878 at Clinton Co., OH, Clark was first married to Ruth Ann Clark (1849 - 1877) and had four daughters with her.

Evelyn R. Camp

F, b. 1913
     Evelyn R. Camp was born in 1913. She was the daughter of William Camp and Bernice Tallman.

Maribel Camp

F, b. 9 May 1927, d. 16 July 2019
     Maribel Camp was born on 9 May 1927 at Maroa, Macon Co., IL, Findagrave #201217545. She was the daughter of Samuel Arthur Camp and Madge Ella Crane.1 Maribel Camp married Loren Wayne Curry, son of Norris Curry and Bertha B. Hess, on 26 October 1947 at Bloomington, McLean Co., IL. Maribel Camp died on 16 July 2019 at age 92

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

BLOOMINGTON - Maribel Curry, 92, of Bloomington, passed away Tuesday, July 16, 2019 at the Bloomington Rehabilitation and Health Care Center, Bloomington.

A celebration of life service will be held on Saturday, July 27, 2019 at 11am at Calvert & Metzler Memorial Home, Bloomington. Visitation will be held from 10-11am at the funeral home. Cremation rites have been accorded.

Memorials may be made to SmileTrain, 633 Third Avenue 9th Floor, New York, New York 10017 or to the Alzheimer’s Association.

Calvert & Metzler Memorial Home is in charge of arrangements.
Maribel was born on May 9, 1927 in Maroa, Illinois. She was the daughter of Samuel Arthur and Madge Ella Crane Camp. She married Wayne Curry on October 26, 1947 in Bloomington. He preceded her in death on April 22, 1981.

Maribel is survived by her daughters, Laura (Dennis) Culbertson and Tamara Peifer. Also surviving are four grandchildren, Erin Ashleigh (Don) Smith, Sarah Peifer, Dana Peifer and Nicole Culbertson; one great grandson, Douglas (Whitney) Schelfe Tate Smith and one great-great- grandson; Elijah Tate Smith; sister, Guyneith Fox and a brother, Larry (Jan) Camp.

She is preceded in death by her parents; a daughter, Paula Keith; three brothers Leland, Sam and Robert Camp and four sisters, Stella Brown, Nina Donahower, Ruth Slabaugh and Joan Leach.

Maribel was of the Methodist Faith. She worked for various companies throughout her life, Houdaille-Hershey Corporation, State Farm Insurance Company, Peoples Bank of Colfax, and The United Methodist Conference Office. In her spare time, she enjoyed sewing, painting, word puzzles, collecting M&M paraphernalia and going to the Miller Park Adult Center playing dominos and dancing.

She will be dearly missed by her family and friends.

PANTAGRAPH (Bloomington, IL) - July 25, 2019.

She was buried in July 2019 at Wiley Cemetery, Colfax, McLean Co., IL, Findagrave #201217545.

Child of Maribel Camp and Loren Wayne Curry


  1. [S4893] 1930 Federal Census, Macon County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Rolls 538-39; FHL #2340273-74.

Samuel Arthur Camp1

M, b. 17 September 1888, d. 2 June 1957
     Samuel Arthur Camp was born on 17 September 1888 at Macon Co., IL.1 He married Madge Ella Crane.1 Samuel Arthur Camp died on 2 June 1957 at Clinton, DeWitt Co., IL, at age 68

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

Samuel Arthur Camp, 68, Magill Hotel, died at John Warner Hospital at 1:20 a.m. Sunday. His death was due to injuries received in a tractor accident Tuesday, May 28.

An employee of the state highway department four years Mr. Camp was cutting weeds along Route 54 west of Clinton, and was working alone at the time the accident happened.

After running over Mr. Camp, who was found by a passing motorist, the tractor overturned.

He was born in Friends Creek Township near Argenta in Macon County September 17, 1888, a son of Francis M. and Nellie Roney Camp. He married Madge Crane February 1, 1911 at Gifford.

Surviving are two sons, Larry Camp Decatur; Robert Camp Bloomington; six daughters, Mrs. Stella Brown and Mrs. Guyneith Estrop of Decatur; Mrs. Nina Donahour, Tallahassee, Florida; Mrs. Maribel Curry Colfax; Mrs. Ruth Slaybaugh, Normal; and Mrs. Joan Leach Bloomington; also several grandchildren.

He also leaves four brothers, Harry, Francis M. and L. E. Camp, all of Decatur; Charles L. Camp, Clinton; two sisters, Mrs. Nellie Lindamood, Decatur; Mrs. Bessie Bradley, Wilmington.

He was preceded in death by two sons, Samuel, who died in World War II and Leland in 1954.

Mr. Camp was a member of the Methodist Church and the Masonic lodge of Maroa.

His funeral will be at the Herington funeral home in Clinton Tuesday, June 4 at 2 p.m. Rev. Cleo Grubbs, pastor of the Maroa Bible church, will officiate and burial will be in Fairlawn Cemetery, Decatur.

He was buried in June 1957 at Fairlawn Cemetery, Decatur, Macon Co., IL, Findagrave #63326791.

Child of Samuel Arthur Camp and Madge Ella Crane


  1. [S4893] 1930 Federal Census, Macon County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Rolls 538-39; FHL #2340273-74.

William Camp

M, b. circa 1894
     William Camp was born circa 1894. He married Bernice Tallman, daughter of Bertram Bruce Tallman and Anetta Cordelia Vandyke.

Child of William Camp and Bernice Tallman

(?) Campbell

     (?) Campbell married (?) Pinell.

Child of (?) Campbell and (?) Pinell

(?) Campbell

F, d. before 16 June 1900
     (?) Campbell married Albert E. Shields. (?) Campbell died before 16 June 1900.

Child of (?) Campbell and Albert E. Shields

(?) Campbell


Agnes Campbell

F, b. circa 1904
     Agnes Campbell was born circa 1904 at Madison Co., IN. She was the daughter of William C. Campbell and Alta A. Reger. Agnes Campbell married Lariston Rockhold circa 1920.

Albert Howard Campbell1

M, b. 10 January 1907, d. 5 January 1972
     Albert Howard Campbell was born on 10 January 1907 at Ohio.1 He married Florence Agnes Ringler. Albert Howard Campbell died on 5 January 1972 at Cambridge, Guernsey Co., OH, at age 64.


  1. [S1955] 1940 Federal Census, Guernsey County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 3075.

Alfred Campbell

     Alfred Campbell married Harriett Loveland.

Child of Alfred Campbell and Harriett Loveland

Alfred H. Campbell

M, b. October 1891, d. 1965
     Alfred H. Campbell was born in October 1891 at Clay Co., IN. He married Lula Viola Heaston. Alfred H. Campbell died in 1965. He was buried in 1965 at Center Point Cemetery, Center Point, Clay Co., IN, Findagrave #62777610.

Child of Alfred H. Campbell and Lula Viola Heaston

Alice Campbell

F, b. 22 July 1892, d. February 1978
     Alice Campbell was born on 22 July 1892.1 She was the daughter of William T. Campbell and Elizabeth S. (?) Alice Campbell married Roy Brenaman, son of Abram S. Brenaman and Amanda Arnold, on 3 October 1916 at Wenatchee, Chelan Co., WA.1 Alice Campbell lived in 1926 at North Seattle, King Co., WA. She died in February 1978 at Seattle, King Co., WA, at age 85.2

Children of Alice Campbell and Roy Brenaman


  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 700.
  2. [S89] Social Security Death Index, online www.ancestry.com.

Almyra Eleanor Campbell

F, b. 1893, d. 1955
     Almyra Eleanor Campbell was born in 1893 at Michigan. She married Urban Fischer Von Rosen. Almyra Eleanor Campbell died in 1955. She was buried in 1955 at Saint James Cemetery, Falls Church, VA, Findagrave #33956175.

Child of Almyra Eleanor Campbell and Urban Fischer Von Rosen

Anna Elizabeth Campbell

F, b. 1 October 1866, d. 7 April 1938
     Anna Elizabeth Campbell was born on 1 October 1866 at Charlotte, Eaton Co., MI. She was the daughter of Charles F. Campbell and Sarah Lamson. Anna Elizabeth Campbell married William Peter DeVault, son of Henry Davault and Caroline Euphemia Clark, on 25 August 1888 at Sherman Co., NE. Anna Elizabeth Campbell and William Peter DeVault were divorced in 1920. Anna Elizabeth Campbell died on 7 April 1938 at Bayard, Morrill Co., NE, at age 71. She was buried in April 1938 at Bayard Cemetery, Bayard, Morrill Co., NE.

Children of Anna Elizabeth Campbell and William Peter DeVault

Annie Elizabeth Campbell1

F, b. 9 April 1852, d. 20 August 1918
     Annie Elizabeth Campbell was born on 9 April 1852 at Missouri. She married Robert Lindsey Evans circa 1870.1 Annie Elizabeth Campbell died on 20 August 1918 at Lafayette Co., MO, at age 66. She was buried in August 1918 at Oak Grove Cemetery, Oak Grove, Jackson Co., MO, Findagrave #58610453.

Child of Annie Elizabeth Campbell and Robert Lindsey Evans


  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 488.

Arilla Campbell

F, b. 1878
     Arilla Campbell married Herbert Bartle Owens, son of Stephen William Owens III and Emma Julia Lorena Butt. Arilla Campbell was born in 1878 at Ohio.

Children of Arilla Campbell and Herbert Bartle Owens

Augusta Campbell

F, b. 1 August 1909
     Augusta Campbell was born on 1 August 1909 at Anderson, Madison Co., IN. She was the daughter of William C. Campbell and Alta A. Reger.

Ben Campbell

M, b. 9 September 1930, d. 30 August 1993
     Ben Campbell was born on 9 September 1930 at Springfield, Clark Co., OH. He married Phyllis Ann Shaffer on 31 December 1950 at Clark Co., OH. Ben Campbell began military service on 6 April 1951 Korean War service, U.S. Army. He died on 30 August 1993 at Clark Co., OH, at age 62. He was buried in September 1993 at Glen Haven Memorial Gardens, New Carlisle, Clark Co., OH, Findagrave #185075282.

Benjamin S. Campbell1

M, b. 15 September 1810, d. 25 May 1901
     Benjamin S. Campbell was born on 15 September 1810 at Christian Co., KY. He married Maria McDowell Starling, daughter of William Starling and Mary McDowell, on 16 June 1835.1 Benjamin S. Campbell died on 25 May 1901 at Christian Co., KY, at age 90 Obituary in Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Tuesday, May 28, 1901, p. 5:


Esq. B. S. Campbell Passed
Away Saturday

One of the County's Oldest and
Best Citizens__ Ninety
Years Old.

Mr. Benjamin S. Campbell, one of the oldest citizens of Christian county, died at 2:30 a.m., Saturday, after a long illness.

Mr. Campbell was born in Christian county, September 15, 1810, and was reared on a farm near Beverly.

Upon reaching manhood he came to Hopkinsville and went into the drygoods business where the First National Bank now stands.

In 1850 he bought the farm where he died, on the Canton pike. His wife died four years ago. Three children survive, Capt. Ned Campbell, of Henderson; Mrs. Milton Gant, of Owensboro, and Mrs. Jas. C. Moore, of this county.

Mr. Campbell was a good business man and accumulated a comfortable estate. He was one of the original organizers of the Hopkinsville Christian Church and was an officer in the church for sixty years. He was also a trustee of South Kentucky College and a director in the First National Bank.

His long life was characterized by earnest piety and consistent Christianity. He brought his religion into his daily life and was noted for his generosity, his goodness of heart and his benevolence.

His funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Christian church. Eight of his grandsons acted as pall-bearers. Eld. H. D. Smith preached and appropriate discourse and the burial occurred in Hopewell Cemetery.

He was buried in May 1901 at Riverside Cemetery, Hopkinsville, Christian Co., KY.

Children of Benjamin S. Campbell and Maria McDowell Starling


  1. [S20] Joseph Sullivant, A Genealogy and Family Memorial, 54 - 55.

Bettie C. Campbell1

F, b. 6 September 1850, d. 1 April 1914
     Bettie C. Campbell was born on 6 September 1850 at Christian Co., KY. She was the daughter of Benjamin S. Campbell and Maria McDowell Starling. Bettie C. Campbell married James Carmichael Moore, son of James C. Moore and Lucy W. Green, on 6 June 1877 at Christian Co., KY.2 Bettie C. Campbell died on 1 April 1914 at age 63

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):



The Remains Will Be Brought to
Christian County for Interment
Next Friday
Mrs. Betty Campbell Moore, widow of late James Moore and one of the most beloved ladies in Christian county, died last night at the home of her son, Gus Moore, in Houston, Texas.

The shocking news came in a telegram (unreadable) afternoon. Last night a message announcing her serious illness of pneumonia was received and her son, Ben Moore, left at once for Houston. Efforts to reach him by wire have thus far failed. The dispatch from Houston said Mrs. Moore's remains would be brought to Christian County for interment Friday.

Mrs. Moore went to Aransas Pass, Texas last December to visit her son James Moore. About a week ago she went to Houston, and had expected to return home last week.

Mrs. Moore was born in 1850 and was a member of a pioneer family. She was a noble Christian woman and a member of the Presbyterian church. She is survived by four sons and one daughter, J.C., Ben C., Gus H. and Milton G. Moore and Miss Mary Moore. She was a sister of Capt. Ned Campbell of Henderson, and Mrs. Milton Gant, Sr., of Owensboro.

--Weekly Kentucky New Era, Friday, April 3, 1914, page seven.

She was buried in April 1914 at Riverside Cemetery, Hopkinsville, Christian Co., KY, Findagrave #89431891.

Children of Bettie C. Campbell and James Carmichael Moore


  1. [S20] Joseph Sullivant, A Genealogy and Family Memorial, 54 - 55.
  2. [S3634] 1880 Federal Census, Christian County, Kentucky. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 409; FHL #1254409.
  3. [S285] 1900 Federal Census, Christian County, Kentucky. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Film #515; FHL #1240515.

Betty Campbell

F, b. 27 November 1913, d. 28 January 2007
     Betty Campbell was also known as "Betsy". She was born on 27 November 1913 at Hopkinsville, Christian Co., KY. She was the daughter of Gabriel Long Campbell and Jennie Alexander Lewis. Betty Campbell married William Robert Badger on 9 November 1940 at Landgrove, Bennington Co., VT. Betty Campbell died on 28 January 2007 at Bennington, Bennington Co., VT, at age 93. She was buried in 2007 at Landgrove Cemetery New, North Landgrove, Bennington Co., VT, Findagrave #172783843.

Carl Campbell

M, b. circa 1906
     Carl Campbell was born circa 1906 at Madison Co., IN. He was the son of William C. Campbell and Alta A. Reger.

Carl E. Campbell Jr.

M, b. 12 December 1954, d. 24 July 1999
     Carl E. Campbell Jr. was also known as "Chip". He was born on 12 December 1954 at Cambridge, Guernsey Co., OH. He died on 24 July 1999 at Cambridge, Guernsey Co., OH, at age 44. He was buried in July 1999 at Northwood Cemetery, Cambridge, Guernsey Co., OH, Findagrave #55449983.

Carl H. Campbell

M, b. 1905, d. 28 October 1970
     Carl H. Campbell was born in 1905. He married Edith Mildred Brown on 3 December 1953. Carl H. Campbell died on 28 October 1970 at Cook Co., IL.