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Re: DNA Testing for a "Quaker Kemp" of Talbot County, MD?
Posted by: Robyn Clawson (ID *****8751) Date: March 18, 2008 at 07:19:04
In Reply to: DNA Testing for a "Quaker Kemp" of Talbot County, MD? by Teresa Purvis of 261

Is there a web page that shows results? I'd like to see earliest Kemps/Camps. My William Camp of Baltimore appears to have descendants in Kent County MD. William, the furniture maker, moved to Baltimore ca. 1800. His children listed in Chancery Court Records: William Camp, Isaac Camp, John E. Camp, George Camp, Henrietta Camp, Eliza Camp, Franklin Camp, David Camp, Joseph Camp.

(Example of his work)

'Methodist Records of Baltimore City, Maryland, V.1' 1799-1829 by Henry C. Peden Jr.
The following entries by Rev. Hamilton appear to be for the dates of the licenses rather than the dates of the marriages:
1829, Dec 26 Thomas W. Whaland to Eliza Camp

Talbot Co. Library MD Room: WHALAND BIBLE; Camp, Carvill, Wickes, Welch, Brice.
Clifton M. Miller Library
Washington College
Chestertown, Maryland 21620
Librarian's Office
(Script) This is the Whaland Bible 1844
Published and sold by H & E Phinney?
given by-
Hope Wickes
daughter of Capt Charles Wickes and Henrietta Whaland

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