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Mary Camp (Unknown)

Birthplace: Nazing, Essex, England
Death: Died in Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony, Colonial America
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Unknown father of Mary Camp Lane Canfield and Unknown mother of Mary Camp Lane Ward
Wife of Edward Camp, of New Haven and John Lane, of New Haven Colony
Mother of Lt. Samuel Camp; Sgt. Edward Camp; Mary Briscoe; Mercy Baldwin (Camp); Joseph Camp and 3 others

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About Mary Camp

Mary was most likely born in England. When she married Edward Camp, they lived in New Haven until his death. She then returned to Milford, CT and married John Lane on April 4, 1666, and lived there until her death in 1680. "Lane, John, widower of Milford married 4 April 1666 Campe, widow who lived at Chestnut Hill in New Haven Parish by Mr. Treat Majestrat in Milford." (Milford Vital Records)

John Lane died in 1669 and in his will mentioned Mary's children, Samuel, Edward Jr., and Mary.

Mary Lane died in 1680; Milford Church Records state "Lane, Mary died Feb. 1680". An inventory of her will was presented Feb 22, 1680: "The last will and testament of Mary Lane, who being very sicke of body but of sound memory and understanding, doth bequeath as followeth: I will my body to be decently buried and my soule to God that gave it. Amen. Item: To my son Sam'll Campe, one cow, one ewe & lamb, & one last years lambe. Item: To my son Edward Camp, my big iron kettle & one three years old steare. Item: To my daughters Mercy Baldwin and Mary Briscoe, all my wearing clothes (except one black searge coate which I bequeath to my daughter-in-law Sarah Gunn), five pairs of bed sheets, two pillows and two pillow-beers, three pewter platters, three porringer, one quart pott and one pint pott, three napkins, three towells & a table cloth, six yards of new linen cloth, and five shifts with all the rest of my wearing cloaths both linen and woollen & equally to be divided between them. Item: To my daughter Mehetabell Camp, three slkheets, one pillow-beer, one little iron kettle & a brass skillett. Item: To my daughter Mercy aforesd, 2 brass kettles, a two yeare old Heifer, one ram & one swine shoat, one curtaine, one box & one warming pan. Item: To Mary my daughter aforesd, one little iron pot, one curtaine, and one chest. Item: To my son Edward aforesd, one tramell & one sow shoate. Item: To my son-in-law Jobaniah Gun his children, one eye lamb if ye lamb be alive. Item: To my foure children aabovesd, Sam'll, Edward, Mercy & Mary, my foure bed blanketts, each of them one. Finally my bed & bolster I leave to my son Sam'll & my daughter Mary equally between them. I leave Brother Canfield adn John Fiske as overseers. Witnessed by us Thomas Canfield John Fiske her mark Mary Lane (Her mark was the top half of a circle) Taken from "New Haven Probate Records, I: pt 2, 80."

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  • John Lane
  • M, b. circa 1603, d. 1 September 1669
  • John Lane was born circa 1603 at England. He married Sarah circa 1625. John Lane married Mary Canfield, daughter of Thomas Canfield, on 4 April 1660 at Milford, CT. John Lane died on 1 September 1669 at Milford, New Haven, CT.
  • Family 1 Sarah b. c 1605, d. b 1660
  • Child
  • ?Catharine Lane+ b. c 1632, d. 1669
*Family 2 Mary Canfield b. 1625 
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Mary Camp's Timeline

Nazing, Essex, England
Nazing, Essex, England
Nazing, Essex, England
Nazeing, Essex, England, United Kingdom
Nazing, Essex, England
September 13, 1645
Age 20
Milford, New Haven Colony
Age 22
Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
July 8, 1650
Age 25
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
April 21, 1652
Age 27
Milford, New Haven Colony, (Present Connecticut), (Present USA)