I thought I'd posted this message here earlier but apparently not. Records of my family often are erroneously listed under "Canfield," which is why I'm posting here on this site as well as "Camfield."
New Marlborough, Mass., (a little place in southern Berkshire County not to be confused with Marlborough in Middlesex County, which is quite close to Boston)) was where my great, great, great, great, great grandfather Joseph Camfield served as a Minuteman/Militia member during the Revolutionary War, first responding to the alarm from Lexington-Concord in April of 1775.
Against all odds, I am seeking many things--including history of the Berkshire County Militia, any little note or two about the Camfields, any photos at all of New Marlborough. My Camfields reached Berkshire County via Connecticut, New Jersey and Connecticut again--then wound up in Ontario via New York.
I have published a number of books on all aspects of my family history since 1995 and have a couple more in the works. I can give you some possible useful information on Camfields in the colonies since 1635, also Calhouns (Ohio), Warners (Vermont) and Custers (Pennsylvania) during the Revolution.
I'd appreciate anything at all that anyone can pass along to me--either Camfield or Canfield where Berkshire County is concerned between 1738 and 1800 or so.