1849–1925

Feb­ru­a­ry 1849, Craw­ford Coun­ty, Ohio.

1925, Stam­ford, Con­nec­ti­cut.

Wood­land Ce­me­te­ry, Stam­ford, Con­nec­ti­cut.

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Camp was the son of Hi­ram Camp and Al­mi­ra Clark, and hus­band of Ju­lia Ad­e­laide Vail.

He at­tend­ed Ohio Wes­ley­an Un­i­ver­si­ty, where he was a mem­ber of the Sig­ma Chi fra­ter­ni­ty (1866–68).

He pub­lished church and Sun­day school mu­sic, 1873–79, and be­came a deal­er of school and col­lege text books in 1879.

He served as or­gan­ist of Em­man­u­el Bap­tist Church in Brook­lyn, New York, and was a mu­sic and art cri­tic for the Chris­tian Ad­vo­cate in New York.

His works in­clude:

  1. Are Your Souls the Sav­ior Seeking?
  2. Birthday, a Birth­day, A
  3. Living Foun­tain Ev­er Flow­ing
  4. Lord, to Thy Dear Name
  5. Now Our Voic­es Blend­ing
  6. Only Leaves, and Yet the Sum­mer
  7. Our Sun­day School Is Ov­er
  8. To Thy House, O Lord
  1. Song of the Old Church Bell
  2. Aylesbury
  3. Tell Pa­pa to Meet Me in Hea­ven