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Re: Seek info on Elle Celeste Van Camp, Stephen Van Camp and wife Electa
Posted by: Sarah Weeks (ID *****4265) Date: May 19, 2012 at 17:03:28
In Reply to: Re: Seek info on Elle Celeste Van Camp, Stephen Van Camp and wife Electa by Charles Sibre of 624

Sorry it has taken so long for me to respond! I would love to see anything on Corasandra that you might have. She and Henry had a very bitter divorce and, as such, the only information her son had on her was the name of her parents and a letter that she wrote him in 1905. I recently tracked her down in the census records from New York in 1850 to Ohio in 1860 to Michigan from 1870 to 1906. I would also love to know if you have any more information on the Van Camp or Williams families. I know the name of Cora's father and that his parents were born in the Netherlands but that is about the extent of my knowledge on that line. My e-mail address is saweeks3@gmail.com if you have any scans or such. I don't know about the GEDCOM files; I use Family Tree Maker by MyHeritage but I can always transcribe the information I have if there is anything in which you are interested.

Thanks!
-Sarah


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