I am a descendant of a Camus from River Bourgeois. I am not having much luck, but when I saw your posting I thought I would let you know of the Old St, Joseph's Cemetary in North Sidney. It contains the following in the Camus family plot:
Camus In memory of Adolphus Camus died Mar 21 1919 aged 81 yrs "Rest in peace"
(Broken stone) Camus (Child of) John & Jessie Camus Died Oct 12 1903 aged 2 mos 12 days
Camus ? ............ died April 11 1901 aged 3 yrs 5 mons & 16 days Daughter of John & Jessie Camus Camus
Adolphe Camus died Aug 9 1901 aged 68 yrs "Rest in peace"
In memory of Lucy Boutilier beloved wife of Adolphe Camus Died Dec 26 1895 aged 69 yrs (Stone engraved by C. E. Crook, Sydney)
My Camus connection is: Birth record Clement, Placide - Nov 21841 D'Esscousse Parents:Hubert Clement & Francoise Camus godparents:Magloire Bourque/Domitille Richard Fr.Leveque
Placide Clements was my g-g-grandfather, which would make Francoise Camus my g-g-g-grandmother. Below is the death record of her husband, Hubert.
Name: Clement, Hubertb. 1793 Age:-- 58 Date of Death: April 25 1851 Date of Burial:-- Name of Parents:-- Name of Spouse: Francis Camus Priest:J Courteau
If any of this makes sense, please let me know. p.s. I am married to a Fraser from Liverpool; ancestors came to NS via Massachussetts. Lots of Frasers in Queens Co. NS. United Empire Loyalist descendants.