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Submitted by: Jane Adams

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Written on the photo: "Compliments of B. F. Camp Carriage Maker 1882 Colorado City, Texas."

Benjamin Franklin Camp (Frank) was born 31 July 1842 in Dundas, Ontario, Canada. In 1880 the family was in Nobles County, Minnesota. By 1882 they had moved to Colorado City. Texas.  They were still there in 1890.
The 1900 census shows them in San Jacinto Township, Riverside Co., California.  He died 19 Mar 1925 in Riverside, Riverside Co., CA. He married Frances Adeline Haner (Adah) in 1871 in Michigan.  Adah was born 31 Oct 1842 in Walled Lake, Oakland Co., Michigan; died 30 Apr 1910 in Amaly Township, Sonoma, California. 

Their children were:
Roy Estey Camp (1871), Edith Haner Camp (1872), Flora May Camp (1874), and
Maude Camp (1877) who died in infancy.
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Camp Carriage Maker 1882 Colorado City, Texas.
The man in the middle is B. F. Camp, the other two are unknown

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Photo taken in 1890
Left: Flora Camp.
Middle: Lou Prizer.
Right: Edith Camp, my grandmother. 
Back of photo of three girls


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