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Take Highway 90 east out of Navasota toward Anderson. At the Navasota Veterinary Hospital which is on the site of the former Camp Inn, turn right onto a pasture drive. According to Mrs. Melba Camp Byerly who is now deceased, the field around the Camp family vault was full of graves. The grave marker that she and her husband Sam Byerly found is:


HARN, Zeroe Ann         23 Aug 1873 - 17 Dec 1879      Daughter of Dr. A. D. and Josephine Harn

The rest have been found inside a chain link fence:

CAMP, Benjamin          19 Nov 1857 - 13 Dec 1860

CAMP, Cornelia G.       28 Feb 1863 - 11 Dec 1866

CAMP, Eliza             15 Feb 1820 - 04 Aug 1889

CAMP, Eliza L.          30 Dec 1808 - 15 May 1868
Wife of J. B. Camp
Born Dec. 30, 1808 in Georgia
Married Feb. 24, 1824
Died May 15, 1868
Erected by son Ira S. Camp

CAMP, Ira M.            01 Jul 1811 - 21 Jan 1895

CAMP, John W.           09 Jan 1840 - 22 Jan 1852

CAMP, Mary E.           16 Dec 1852 - 09 Jul 1854

CAMP, Moses M.          24 Mar 1839 - 08 Jul 1888

CAMP, William B.        05 Sep 1855 - 24 Nov 1874

LUXTON, Mrs. Josephine  nee Mrs. Miriam Beck FORREST
Mother of General Nathan Bedford Forrest
Stone erected 1924
(She was brought to Camp Inn as a place of refuge during the 
Civil War by her son.  She spent the rest of her life there.)
Markers copied by Marcus Mallard and John R. Maxwell.

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