SMITH, A.B. Mrs., Block 34
Ruby D. Smith was the wife of Allen Blanchard Smith.
Allen B. Smith is listed on the 1920 Oak Grove census. With him is wife Rubie Smith and two children but the census image page is unreadable for their ages or the names of the children.
The 1930 census of Beat 2 shows the family on Tupelo-Kirksville Road consisting of Allen B. Smith, 38, a farmer, wife Ruby D., 33, sons George W., 14, Charlie B., 11, and daughter Tina, 9.
CAMP, C.B., Block 34
This is probably Charlie B. Camp 1893 - 1956 who is buried at Stephens Cemetery of Itawamba County according to Burton-Cruber.
Kermit McFerrin, IHS member from Mantachie, states that C.D. Camp was a long-time educator in Itawamba County, a farmer, and a member of the Primitive Baptist Church. He was his wife Delphia P. Camp had three children --- sons Herman Camp and Charles E. Camp (who was killed in World War 2), and Gladys Camp Franks.
CAMP, C.B. Mrs., Block 34
Delphia P. Camp 1896 - ___, was the wife of Charlie B. Camp. Entries for Charlie and Delphia Camp are recorded in Burton-Cruber from Stephens Cemetery.
According to Kermit McFerrin, Delphia Camp assisted Mr. Camp in school work in Itawamba County.
See additional information above at C.B. Camp.
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