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Seek assistance with more information about Edmund Cammack of the District of Columbia and his wife Ann Andrews. The couple was married by license from D.C., 29 MAR 1821. It appears Ann died 29 JAN 1860 in Georgetown, D.C., aged 58, and Edmund died 15 JAN 1878 at age 82. Both were buried at Oak Hill cemetery in Georgetown, D.C., in Lot 140 there. I believe Edmund was from Lincolnshire, England, and was brother to William Cammack, of Holbeach, Lincolnshire, England (1798-1871) whose family is also buried in Oak Hill cemetery. Seek information on wife Ann Andrews (her parents), and children of Edmund and Ann. In the 1830's, Edmund was in financial difficulty, and one can find several trust deeds and releases in the District of Columbia records, for Cammack's right to a lot on Bridge Street and Duck Lane in George Town, D.C.