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
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:
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:
John White lived at "White Plains" in King William Co. and in 1785, sold his
land of 957 acres to John Garlick, son of Samuel Garlick and Mary Camm.