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Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Saturday, May 18, 2013
From the War of 1812 Pension of Samuel Casteel (of Captain Peter Stilley's Company), who married Nancy Cameron, and lived in Lawrence Co., PA:
...his wife's name was Nancy Cameron to whom he was married at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on the 12th day of January 1816. (Most of his service was guarding prisoners taken by Gen's Harrison and Perry and marching to Baltimore.)See a post about George Cameron (wife Martha Casteel) was also in Peter Stilley's Company.
Friday, May 10, 2013
The Missouri Digital Heritage site contains some soldiers' records from 1812, including:
|CAMERON, JOHN||War of 1812||Capt. Peter Craig's Company||view details|
Name: CAMERON, JOHN
Conflict: War of 1812
Type of Unit:
Name of Unit: Capt. Peter Craig's Company
Record Group: Office of Adjutant General
Series Title: Record of Service Index, War of 1812, 1812-1813
Sunday, May 5, 2013
Camerons were found on online military records from the Library and Archives Canada, entitled "British Military and Naval Records," (RG 8, C Series) (Index only).
The first Cameron card on Microfilm C-11799 was Image 1104; the example below is Image 1172:
Cameron, Alexander, Sergt. in late 103rd. Regt.
At present inmate of lunatic asylum, Toronto; his wife petitions to receive amount of pension undrawn by him.
Margaret Cameron to the Earl of Elgin.
Bathurst near Perth, C.W.
C. 500 [do not know what this means]
pp. 79, 78 [don't know what this references]
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Monday, April 22, 2013
A few Cameron excerpts (there are many more) from Omaha [Nebraska] Obits as seen at The Weekly Genealogist, Vol. 16, No. 16, Whole #631, April 17, 2013:
CAMERON, Hugh; 65; 24 Sep 1918 WH morn p 7-6/DC @
CAMERON, James; 82; 12 Feb 1943 OWH morn p 26 @ West Lawn*
CAMERON, Roderick A.; 48; 9 Jan 1930 WH eve p 8 @ Los Angeles, CA
Saturday, April 20, 2013
Major Cameron, 43d Regiment Light Infantry; Mrs. Cameron, and Captain Cameron, were listed as subscribers to Poems by Hofland, Barbara Wreaks Hoole. "Those subscribers to whose Names no place of abode is affixed, are, in general, inhabitants of Sheffield and the Vicinity." May 5, 1805