|Birth: ||Jan. 13, 1851|
|Death: ||Nov. 1, 1902|
From the book PLEASANT HILL BAPTIST CHURCH; SUNNYBROOK, WAYNE COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Page 10; 3rd Saturday in November 1847 . . . Dismissed by letter Elijah BERTRAM and wife. . . R.K. DICK Moderator Joel BERTRAM Clerk." This was about the time Elijah and Camealy (also known as Emily) moved from Wayne Co., Kentucky to Overton Co., Tennessee. They appeared on the 1850 Overton Co., Tennessee Census with six children.
1850 Overton Co.Tennessee Census: 095-095; BUTRAM, Elijah 38, KY, farmer; Camaly 34, KY; Manerva 16, KY; William 11, KY; George 9, KY; Maryann 7, KY; James 4, KY; Tamzy 2,Tennessee
Elijah and Camealy both died in 1859 leaving several young children to live with various relatives. Their oldest daughter, Minerva Jane BERTRAM Wright, took in little Genira. Tamsey and Mary Ann lived with various relatives. Louisa lived with her Uncle Jacob BERTRAM, then with his son, Reuben Smith BERTRAM.
Elijah Butram (1812 - 1859)
Camelia Miller Butram (1817 - 1859)
Jacob M. Hurt (1852 - 1925)*
Porter Bertram (1866 - 1934)*
Pleasant Hill Cemetery
Created by: Anna Schultheis Bertram
Record added: Oct 07, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 59723210