John Camm* was sheriff of King & Queen Co. in 1734. John had a brother Thomas Camm of Hornsea, Yorkshire, England, whose son Rev. John Camm was named as a nephew in John Camm's will dated 3-17-1766. John Camm married on May 22nd, 1722, Mary Bullock* b.11-15-1703 and d.1-1-1753 at the age of 49 years, 1 month and 17 days. Mary was the dau. of Richard Bullock and Alice Unknown b.1683 d.8-22-1759. John and Mary lived at "North Bank", the Bullock's old homestead, on the Mattapony, now (1930's) the home of John's great-gr-gr-grandson, Malcolm Burke. Richard Bullock, Jr. 1701-1727, probably Mary's brother, is buried near the "North Bank" house. Richard Sr. and Alice were married in 1701. (Data from Camm Bible Records). John's will was probated 2-20-1767.

The CAMM and GARLICK data supplied by cousins Frances Anderson, Hanna Harris, Peggy Mathis and Karen Bennett

Of the 9 children born to John Camm and Mary Bullock, 5 died in childhood or infancy. The children that survived were:

  1. Sarah Camm b.2-28-1738 d.10-13-1756 m. Dr. John Walker 1726-1777 and died at 18 years of age. John was the son of Benjamin Walker and Ann Aylett. Sarah and John lived at "Orange Grove".
  2. * Mary Camm b.10-16-1727 m. * Samuel Garlick.(my connection)
  3. Elizabeth Camm b.2-12-1729 m. Reverend Alexander White. Alexander was licensed in England as a Minister on 6-10-1745, received the Kings Bounty on 6-12-1745 and arrived in Virginia at St. David's Parish, King William Co. When he married Elizabeth he acquired "White Hall", in King & Queen, even though his parish was in King William. Elizabeth and Alexander had one son that lived to maturity:
  4. Ann Camm b.1-5-1723 (will proved 12-18-1775) m. 1st Cluverius by whom she had 2 children: (Name pronounced Cliv-veers.)
    • Benjamin Cluverius left his plantation of 419 acres to his half brother, Robert Pollard.
    • Mary Cluverius m. Mr. Madison. They had at least 1 child:
      • Mary Madison

    Ann married 2ndly Robert Pollard, Jr. 1724-1756. Robert's father, Robert Pollard Sr. was born 1699 in King & Queen and owned 400 acres in St. John's Parish, King William Co. Ann and Robert Jr. had 3 children:

    Ann married 3rdly James Booker by whom she had no issue.

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