Cornelius Gray Lamb Sr. was a prominent farmer and land owner during the antebellum period of Camden County. He was born abt 1798, son of Cornelius Lamb and Chloe Lurry (Leary). He was the grandson of the Lamb Family patriarch Capt. Luke Lamb
Small cemetery in field on north side of Trafton Road .6 miles from intersection with Hwy 343. Known as Gardner Trafton Cemetery Sign on chain around cemetery reads: Charles Gardner Trafton b. Dec. 31, 1760 d. Sept. 2, 1831 Tombstones
These are gravestones in the White Oak Hill – Trafton Cemetery. The cemetery is located about ½ mile north of the intersection of NC Rt.353 and Trafton Road, Camden County, NC. The cemetery is behind George Berry’s house which is
On the way to Texaco Beach or Elizabeth City Beach as it is now called, is a small brick enclosed family cemetery on the left hand side of the road constructed by P.W. Hutchins & R.B Cutrell on 8-19-1925.
The following information is recorded in the Camden County Cemeteries Volume II compiled by Gloria Twiddy Wesner. During the week of February 9, 2009 the resting ground of the Ferebee family was cleaned up and additional tombstones were located. With Gloria’s permission
Photos of the headstones of Caleb B. MORRIS and wife Caroline Morris (Bell). Contributed by: J. A. Owens
Joshua McPherson – Pasquotank and Camden Counties BIRTHS Joshua McPherson, the son of Joseph McPherson and Lydia his wife was born 30 November 1743 and Courtney Hixon daughter of Timothy Hixon and Courtney his wife was born 25 August 1745.
Samuel Hastings borned 5 Jan. 1818, died 2 March 1869, married Ann Eliza West, borned 12 May 1833, died 23 March 1915. Aunt Mag Brown died 14 March 1929 Sarah Ann Sawyer, born 22 Fed. 1845, died 26 Jan. 1931 married John Simpson of Currituck, born 10
Submitted by: Margaret Piercy Nicholas Nicholably Jordan, b: 11 August 1872, in Bertie Co. North Carolina, m: 21 October 1894, in Perquimans Co. North Carolina, d: 22 June 1925, in Princess Anne Co Virginia. Annie Felicia Elliott Jordan, b: 2