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Posted by: Mary Coleman Stewart Date: May 25, 2000 at 08:30:48
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Tom Camp, Pvt.
comm. off.-Storey, Capt A. D
Co for Beat #3, about Anderson,
Grimes Co., 17th Brigade, TST
Enlist: 1861
Disch: (blank)
Descrip (blank)
Remarks: R & F 150, Musteroll, Co Com 5-20-61
Copied from microfilm V-207-13
Texas,Civil War Confederate Index.

What happened to Thomas Camp who married Martha Frances Coleman in Grimes Co., Tx. in 1858.? They were on the Grimes Co., Tx. census in 1860 with one child Alice E., age 1.
I have never found Thomas again. NARA says they do not have a record. This family not on the Grimes Co. 1870 census. Then in 1880 census Martha turns up on the Lampasas Co. Tx census with Alice E. {Camp} Osborne with two girls and Harmon Camp,age 18. son of Tom and Martha. I fear that Tom did not survive the war. Have there been casualty lists published in the counties of Texas? Looked on pension list for Martha but she is not listed. I do not know when she died but probably before pensions were available for the widows. Need help! Mary Coleman Stewart, Alabama

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