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Camden Funeral Homes

  • Original Kershaw County courthouse in Camden

    Places

    Camden is also known as: Kershaw County / Camden city.

    Camden tourist attractions include: Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site.

    Camden contains: Camden and Bethesda Presbyterian Church.

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  • Vincent Sheheen (attorneys in the united states and  lawyer) was born in Camden.

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Vincent Sheheen (attorneys in the united states and lawyer), Vonnie Holliday (american football player), O'Brien Schofield (american football player), Bobby Engram (american football player), Charles Bennett (american football player), Tyronne Drakeford (american football player), and Michael Kohn (baseball player).

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    History

    Camden is the fourth oldest city in the U. S. According to the United States Census Bureau, Camden has a total area of 9. 8 square miles (25 km), of which, 9. 6 square miles (25 km) of it is land and 0. 1 square miles (0. 26 km) of it (1. 23%) is water. Camden is the oldest inland city and fourth oldest city in South Carolina. In 1730, Camden became part of a township plan ordered by King George II. Kershaw County’s official web site states, “Originally laid out in 1732 as the town of Fredericksburg in the Wateree River swamp (south of the present town) when King George III ordered eleven inland townships established along South Carolina's rivers, few of the area settlers chose to take lots surveyed in the town, choosing the higher ground to the north. The township soon disappeared. ” In 1758, Joseph Kershaw, from Yorkshire, England came into the township, established a store and renamed the town Pine Tree Hill. Camden became the inland trade center in the colony. Kershaw...

    The official website for the city of Camden is http://www.cityofcamden.org.

    There are currently 7 funeral home listings for the city of Camden, South Carolina. Looking for Camden cemeteries?

All Funeral Homes in Camden
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Brown's Funeral Home
704 Broad St Send flowers
Camden, SC 29020


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Collins Funeral Home
714 Dekalb St Send flowers
Camden, SC 29020

Cooke Funeral Home Memorial Chapel
1109 Lyttleton St Send flowers
Camden, SC 29020


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Forest Lawn Memorial Park
1659 Kershaw Hwy Send flowers
Camden, SC 29021


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Haile's Funeral Home
919 Church St Send flowers
Camden, SC 29020


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Kornegay Funeral Home
1112 Fair St Send flowers
Camden, SC 29020


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Quaker Cemetery
713 Meeting St Send flowers
Camden, SC 29020

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