What happened to their children?
Philip Jacob Kammerer 1758-1823, married Maria Catharina Zimmerman 4 Dec 1788, 1 child
Adam Wendel Cammerer 1759 married Margaretha Süss 20 Oct 1789 and had 10 children (see doc below 1799)
Johann Christoph Cammerer 1760-1769, lived 8 years 23 days
Johann Wilhelm Cammerer 1762-1762, lived from July to August
Johann Georg Cammerer 1764-1767 lived abt 3 years
Johann Simon Cammerer 1766-1767 lived abt 2 months
Johann Wilhelm Cammerer 1767-1844, married Margaretha Barbara Becker 4 Jan 1791, 9 children
Johann Christoph Cammerer 1770-1811, married Christine Becker 23 Feb 1796, 7 children (see docs below)
Maria Elisabetha Cammerer 1773-1846, married jacob Lind 21 May 1793, 4 children (see doc below 1814)
Elisabetha Cammerer Dec, unverified
|Jacob Kammerer birth 10 Jan 1733 film 4137289 page 365|
On January 10th 1733 a little son was born to the farrier Wendel Cammerer and his wife Magdalena. He was baptized and named Jacob.
Godparents: coach builder Wendel Weick and his wife Anna Maria. Wilhelm Metzger and his wife Margareta.
|Jacob Kammerer marriage 3 May 1757 film 4137289 page 569|
On May 3rd, 1757, after an early prayer hour, the following were married: Jacob Cammerer, unmarried son of the late former court relative Wendel Cammerer with Maria Mergarelha [Margaretha?], legal unmarried daughter of court relative Johann Adam Grünemeÿers [Grunenmaierin] from here.
Surname of the bride: Grünemeÿer or Grunenmaier
|Jacob Kammerer death 28 Oct 1785 film 4137289 page 870|
|Elisabetha Scholl spon 2 25 Dec 1797 left film 102078348 page 680|
Father: Christoph Cammerer, the local citizen and master tailor.
Mother: Christina, née Beckerin.
Baptismal witnesses: (1) Georg Friderich Speck, the local citizen and master shoemaker, and (2) his wife Eva Elisabetha, née Schollin. (3) Johann Wendel Roesch, surviving legitimate unmarried son of the late Johannes Roesch, former citizen here. (4) Catharina Herbsterin, surviving legitimate unmarried daughter of the late Adam Wendel Herbster, former citizen and master miller here.
Right column: died 16 November 1857.
On the 26th of April  at night at 1:00 am [born] and on the same day baptized: Elisabeth [Zimmermann].
Father: Christoph Zimmermann, member of the [judicial] court, censor?, and year's mayor.
Mother: Eva Catharina, née Seegerin.
Baptismal witnesses: (1) Adam Wendel Cammerer, citizen. (2) His wife Margaretha, née Süssin. (3) Elisabetha, née Schollin, surviving widow of the late Peter Wenz, the former citizen.
Comment: If I have interpreted the father's second occupation correctly as "censor", this not only means censor as we know it, but it could also be interpreted as: reviewer, arbitrator, and even judge.
T. L. Sachs, pastor.