The lineage goes like this:
Joseph Suttle, son of Isaac and Charity (Browne) Suttle, married Mary (Molly) Doggett, dau. of Bushrod and Ann (Stripling) Doggett.
Their son, George Suttle, married Nancy Ann Byars, dau. of William and Sarah Ann (Doggett) Byars. Sarah Ann was a dau. of Bushrod and Ann, and a sister of Molly. Therefore, George Suttle and Nancy Ann Byars were first cousins.
Their daughter, Sarah Byars Suttle, married Aaron Camp, son of Thomas and Margaret (Carney) Camp.
According to my notes, Thomas Camp, who may have been the immigrant ancestor, had two wives, a Margaret Starling, by whom he had twelve children, and Margaret Carney, by whom he had an additional twelve children! Two of the children of his second wife were Daniel, born 1766, and Aaron, born 1778. There was a son William, of the first marriage, born 1753, but he wouldn't have been the father of Daniel.
Back in the 1930's, there was a Camp Association, which did much research into the Camp family, and published a newsletter called The Camp Bulletin. I have never seen it, but some of the genealogy libraries probably have copies. The information I have about Thomas Camp and his family reportedly came from Issues Nos. 16, 17, and 18 of that publication.
I hope this helps some. Please let me know if you come up with anything.
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