Lyman Lovell Camp

Lyman Lovell Camp

Elmore, Lamoille County, Vermont, USA
Death 14 Apr 1926 (aged 87)
Morrisville, Lamoille County, Vermont, USA
Burial Morristown, Lamoille County, Vermont, USA
Memorial ID 18003291 · View Source
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Residence Elmore VT;
Enlisted on 6/1/1861 as a private.
On 7/16/1861 he was mustered into Co. E, 3rd Vermont Infantry; mustered out on 7/27/1864.

Camp, Lyman L., of Elmore, son of Abel and Charlotte (Taplin) Camp, was born in Elmore, June 10, 1838. Of English descent, his grandfather served under Israel Putnam. His father, Abel Camp, a life-long citizen of Elmore, three times represented his native town in the Legislature.

In June, 1861, Mr. Camp enlisted as a private in Co. E, 3d Regt. Vt. Vols. He was with his company in the skirmish at Warwick Creek near the old historic field at Yorktown. He afterwards participated in the battles at Williamsburg, the seven days' fight, battle of Savage Station, second and third battles of Fredericksburg Heights, Salem Church, Funkstown, Brandy Station, Antietam, Wilderness, Spottsylvania, North and South Anna, Cold Harbor, and Petersburg. He was twice hit, but not wounded, luckily escaping unharmed in all these contests.

He was discharged July 27, 1864.
Mr. Camp is a member of the J. M. Warren Post, No. 4, G.A.R. of Morrisville.

He married, on March 19, 1868, Hattie E., daughter of Thaddeus and Miranda White of Wolcott.


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