Me again. I looked on the census.
1930 Oshtemo, Kalamazoo, Michigan; Roll: T626_998, Page 8A, Enumeration District: 45;
Name, Age, est. birth year, Birthplace, Relation to head
George M Cam, 55 1874, Michigan, Head
Harriett Cam, 52 1877, Wife
Earl Cam, 26 1903, Son
Robert L Cam, 18, 1911, Son
Mary M Cam, 14, 1915, Daughter
George's father's birthplace might be "Wales", or it might not; it is hard to read. His mother's bp is New York.
Harriett's father's bp is completely obscured. Her mother's looks like Ocela England. The "England" is fairly clear, the "Ocela" is not.
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Robert CAM Self M Male W 32 ENG Farmer ENG ENG
Mary T. CAM Wife M Female W 30 NY Keeping House NY NY
Millie E. CAM Dau S Female W 7 MI ENG NY
George M. CAM Son S Male W 5 MI ENG NY
Blanche A. CAM Dau S Female W 4 MI ENG NY
Jennie E. CAM Dau S Female W 2 MI ENG NY
Census Place Baltimore, Barry, Michigan
Note the dad was born in England, which is close to Wales; mom is born in NY, little George M. is born in Michigan within a year of the adult on the 1930. Allin all, especially condisering the rarity of the surname, this looks like them. If they were average, Robert and Mary T. were married 1870 - 1873, maybe in Barry County.
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