(March 23, 1860-March 17, 1937)
HENRY CAMP DIES AT HOME OF HIS SON
Former Chittenango Station Man Had
Been Ill for Several Weeks
The death of Henry Camp who has been seriously ill for several weeks
occurred at the home of his son Earl Camp on Lamb avenue late Wednesday
night. His wife died a few weeks ago and the husband was ill at the time.
The couple came here earlier in the winter from Chittenango Station to spend
the winter at the home of their son.
Mr. Camp was born March 23, 1860 and for 43 years he was employed by the
New York Central as a section forman. He was a member of the Free Methodist
church at Chittenango Station. Besides the son at whose home he died he is
survived by a daughter Mrs. Mabel Jaquay of Endicott and three brothers John
Camp of Canastota, Matthew of Sidney and Jacob of Chittenango Sta., two
sisters, Mrs. Henry Volkert of Chittenango Station and Mrs. Margaret Wright
[Facts: Henry died 17 March 1937; he was father of Mabel who married
Norris Jaquay., my uncle.
submitted by - Harold Jaquay]
Date: Sunday, June 04, 2000 10:19 AM
Madison Co. Families