Person Sheet

NameMargret CARNEY
Birth20 Feb 1744, Limerick, Ireland
Death1824, Rutherford Co., NC Age: 79
1Thomas CAMP 
Birth8 Feb 1717, Hilfax Co., VA
Death8 Jan 1798, Island Ford, Rutherford Co., NC Age: 80
FatherThomas B CAMP (1691-1751)
MotherMary Ida MARSHALL (1697-1757)
Notes for Margret CARNEY
12 children Marriage 2 Margaret Carney b: 20 JUN 1744 inLimerick County,Ireland Children Crenshaw Camp b: 5 JAN 1763 inCulpeper County,Virginia James Camp b: 1765 in Culpeper,CulpeperCounty,Virginia Daniel Camp b: 1766 in Rutherford County,NorthCarolina Lewis Camp b: 16 JAN 1768 in Virginia Adam Camp b: 1769Stephen Camp b: 1771 in Rutherford County,North Carolina LarkinCamp b: 1773 Eunice Camp b: 21 JUN 1775 in ,RutherfordCounty,North Carolina Aaron Camp b: 21 JUN 1778 in RutherfordCounty,North Carolina Ruth Camp b: 30 SEP 1780 in RutherfordCounty,North Carolina George Camp b: 24 SEP 1782 in RutherfordCounty,North Carolina Joshua Camp b: 10 JUL 1786 in RutherfordCounty,North Carolina
Notes for Thomas (Spouse 1)
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 162 page 43 Mrs. Lettie Abercrombie Harding. DAR IDNumber: 161140 Born in Douglas County, Ga. Wife of Samuel Coleman Harding. Descendant of Thomas Camp and of Benjamin Camp, as follows: 1. Thomas S. Abercrombie (1849-1919) m. 1869Martha V. Camp (1847-1900). 2. Thomas Camp (1800-57) m. 1820 Letitia Lindley (b. 1803). 3. Joseph Camp (1777-1850) m. 1799Elizabeth Camp (b. 1781). 4. Thomas Camp (b. 1765) m. 1780Susan Wagoner; Benjamin Camp m. 1776 Elizabeth Dykes (parentsof Joseph). 5. John Camp (1743-1813) m. 1764 Mary Tarpley (b.1746). 6. Thomas Camp m. 1st 1739 Winifred Starling (d. 1761).Thomas Camp (1717-98) was a patriot of the Revolution. He had five sons at the Battle of Kings Mountain. He was born in Culpeper County, Va.; died in Ireland Ford, N. C. Also No.158267. Benjamin Camp (1757-1832) served as private in the North Carolina troops at the Battle of Kings Mountain. He was born in Halifax County, Va.; died in Walton, Ga. Also No.151645. The National Society of the Daughters of the AmericanRevolution Volume 98 page 80 Miss Neva Riley Selman. DAR IDNumber: 97237 Born in Douglas County, Ga. Descendant of ThomasCamp, Benjamin Camp, James Selman, Jeremiah Selman, and Capt.William Scott, as follows: 1. James Wilson Selman (1843-1908)m. 1867 Lucinda Catherine Riley (1850- 1908). 2. William C.Selman (1811-91) m. 1836 Nancy Camp (1821-79); James Riley(1811-61) m. 1834 Lucinda Willingham (1812-99). 3. Thomas Camp(1800-57) m. Lettie Lindley (1803-72); James Selman m. 2nd 1804Elizabeth Covington; Charles Hardeman Willingham m. 1805 Annie Scott (1785-1850). 4. Joseph Camp (b. 1777) m. Elizabeth(Camp) (cousins); Jeremiah Selman m. - -; 5. Benjamin Camp m.Elizabeth Dykes (parents of Joseph); William Scott m. 1784 JaneThomas; Thomas Camp, Jr. m. Susie Wagner (parents of Elizabeth).6. Thomas Camp m. 1st Winnifred Starling. Thomas Camp (1717-98)was a patriot of the Revolution. He was born in Virginia,removed to Ireland Ford, N. C., before the Revolution, and isburied in the burying ground of the homestead. He had five sons at the battle of Kings Mountain. Benjamin Camp served as a private in Capt. Nathaniel Welch's company, 2nd Virginiaregiment. He was born, 1757, in Virginia; died in NorthCarolina. James Selman (1761-1847), when acting as scout, 1781,was captured by the Tories and Indians, who scalped him and left him for dead. He was born and died in Spartanburg, S. C.Also No. 32807. Jeremiah Selman served as militiaman in Colonel Roebuck's South Carolina regiment. He died, about 1817, in Spartanburg, S. C. William Scott (1754-1806) commanded acompany in the 3d Georgia battalion, under Lieut.-Col. John McIntosh, 1779. He was born in Louisa Parish, Va.; died in Monroe County, Ga.

John Camp &
his father Thomas, as well as many of Thomas' other sons were patriots of
the American Revolution. Thomas was much to old to fight but it was said
that he and his wife of the time, Margaret Carney gave supplies and rendered
aid to the patriots of the revolution. There is a story circulating that
Thomas Camp's home and grist mill in Rutherford were burned by the British
Army for these acts.

John Camp was a Lieutenant if the Continental Army and he and several of his
brothers and other relatives, fought in the Battle of King's Mountain. A key
battle in the victory of the war.
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