Jane Camp

b. 1824 (app)
Cambridge Royston/Cambridgeshire Royston
bap. 29/02/1824 Royston Kneesworth Street Meeting, Hertfordshire
d. 21/12/1879 381 Albany Road, St George Camberwell, CAMBERWELL, Surrey


William Camp
Ruth Drage d. 15/02/1880
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m. 01/02/1851
Charles Miller Marylebone, Middlesex d. 08/01/1887


b. 27/09/1852 Fanny Ann Miller 23 Princess Street d. 21/01/1937
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Note: Includes only children from certificates, baptism entries, or from census entries where the relationship is specified. For married women, please see their husband's entry for children from censuses.


1841 Servant
1861 Boot Binder
1879 Wife

Also known as

Jane Miller

Marriages Witnessed

10/10/1850 Marriage of William Camp and Hannah Harris, Melbourn, Cambridge
06/10/1857 Marriage of William Harris and Ruth Camp, Camberwell, Surrey
Note: because marriage records do not indicate the relationship of the witnesses to the bride and groom, this list represents likely involvement of the individual on the basis of a name match.

Did You Know?

  • Freda Sibyl Williams and her great-grandmother Jane Camp both died on 21 December
  • Jane Camp and her sister Ruth Camp both married shoe/boot makers.
  • In the 1841 Jane Camp was stated to have been born outside the county even though she was living in the town where she was baptised, Royston. This is probably because at the time the town was split between Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire. In 1841 Jane was living in the Hertfordshire part; in subsequent censuses she gave her place of birth as Royston, Cambridgeshire.
  • In 1871 Jane Camp and Emma Evans, who I believe were cousins, were living less than a mile apart in Camberwell. Their mothers, Ruth Drage and Jemima Drage, were born in Hertfordshire.
  • When Charles Miller married Jane Camp in Marylebone in February 1851 he gave his address as 10 Occus Street, and one of the witnesses was a William Blackaby. When the 1851 census was taken one of the residents of 10 Occus Street was William Blackaby, who may have been Jane's cousin through Maria Drage and Jane's mother Ruth Drage.



29/02/1824 Royston, Hertfordshire
29/02/1824 Royston Kneesworth Street Meeting, Royston, Hertfordshire
07/06/1841 Angel High Street, Royston, Hertfordshire
01/02/1851 Aenon Chapel, Marylebone, Middlesex
01/02/1851 32 New Church Street, Middlesex
30/03/1851 23 Princess Street, St Johns, MARYLEBONE, Middlesex
27/09/1852 23 Princess Street, St Johns, MARYLEBONE, Middlesex
13/11/1853 23 Princess Street, St Johns, MARYLEBONE, Middlesex
07/04/1861 1 Surrey Place, Albany Rd, Camberwell, St George, Surrey
02/04/1871 Boot Shop, 381 Albany Road, S Stephen Walworth, Surrey
21/12/1879 Boot Shop, 381 Albany Road, S Stephen Walworth, Surrey
Please note that map data is based on modern streets and house numbers (where a street of that name still exists), and may not reflect the actual historical location.