George Gilman Alexander

Camden, August 28, 1913 – George Gilman Alexander, city clerk and treasurer, and one of Camden’s most prominent and highly respected citizens, died at his residence yesterday morning, August 27, 1913. He had been confined to his bed for a little more than three weeks, and through it was known that his condition was quite grave, it was considered that he was steadily improving and … Continue reading George Gilman Alexander

Willie E. Outlaw

Willie Outlaw, a fourteen year old lad, met an accidental death while playing baseball at Cassatt station last Friday afternoon, August 22, 1913. Outlaw and DeBruhl, a companion, were chasing a ball when they had a collision and Outlaw was thrown violently against a railroad iron, fracturing his skull. He lived only a short while after the accident. Coroner Dixon held an inquest over the … Continue reading Willie E. Outlaw

Rebecca L Valk Salmond

Camden, August 22, 1913 – Mrs. Rebecca L. Salmond, who died at her home in Kirkwood yesterday morning, August 21, 1913, was buried at the Quaker cemetery this morning at 10 o’clock, the funeral services being preached at Grace Episcopal church. Mrs. Salmond’s health has been poor for several months and her death did not come as a surprise. Mrs. Salmond was before her marriage … Continue reading Rebecca L Valk Salmond

Held On Suspicion Camden Boy is Released Under Bail

(Special to The Record.) Camden, Aug. 16. – Young Earl Simpson, son of Mr. Joseph Simpson, who was arrested Saturday and placed in jail charged with being an accessory to the killing of Mr. Henry Sessions at Blaney last Thursday, was released Tuesday and returned to his home. Nothing new has developed in the case as the parties connected refuse to talk of the affair. … Continue reading Held On Suspicion Camden Boy is Released Under Bail

Alexander Dalton Kennedy III

Alexander Dalton Kennedy III was born on 24 Jul 1910 in Camden, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA a child of Alexander Dalton Kennedy and Lucy Wheelwright Bush.  Dalton, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kennedy, Jr., died Sunday, August 10, 1913 at Sullivan’s Island, where the parents had been spending the summer with the hopes of improving his health. The burial took place … Continue reading Alexander Dalton Kennedy III