Hosea Camp Cemetery
Survey by Michael & Doris Robbins January 3, 2004. Verified by Volunteers with PCCPC
[Information in brackets  has been added to help researchers]
Name Comments Birth Date Death Date CAMP, Hosea SS Elizabeth CAMP 21 Jan 1775 30 Apr 1857 CAMP, Elizabeth SS Hosea CAMP 18 Sep 1778 20 Mar 1857
Beneath This Slab Lies The Bodies Of
Born Jan. 21, 1775
Died April 30, 1857
Born Sept. 18, 1778
Died March 20, 1857
They Were Acceptable Members Of The M.E.C.
For Near 50 Years And They Departed In The
Fellowship Of The Church In The Great Confidence
Of Their Acceptance Of Their Redeemer
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