New Haven County
|Death: ||Feb. 17, 1812|
Susannah Pond was b c 1756 to Peter (Perez) Pond and Mary Hubbard (Zachariah Hubbard and Mary Hobby). Bpt 17 Sep 1757 Second Church (Plymouth). She married first, Joseph Mallory and had Mary Mallory (later Camp) and Jasper Mallory 1784. He died at ae 29 and she then married Ezra Camp had two children, Susannah and Julia Ann.
Suannah (Pond) Mallory and Ezra Camp had the following: child unk, Susannah Camp 1791 d Litchfield 4 Nov 1816 age 25 years; Julia Ann Camp 1795 d 13 Feb 1812 Litchfield age 17 years bur Morris Burying ground ; 4 days before Susannah died.
Susannah Camp (daughter of Susan and Ezra) 1791 d Litchfield 4 Nov 1816 age 25 years (bur uncertain)
Susannah's brother, Cpt Charles Pond, fought in the Rev War, crossing the Delaware with Gen Washington, delivering Nathan Hale on his spy mission and Cpt'd the New Defense. Brother Cpt Peter Pond was fur trapper, explorer, and co-founder of the Northwest Company. He discovered the Northwest Passage (Mythe) and established a trading post at Lake Athabasca which was the base for Sir Alexander McKenzie's trip to the West Coast. Pond's maps were detailed and used by Lewis and Clark.
Ezra Camp (1762 - 1838)*
Susannah Camp (1791 - 1816)*
Morris Burying Ground
Created by: Mallory Smith
Record added: Dec 19, 2009
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