Wife of Lewis Lavender Bebout, married 6-27-1900. Daughter of Thomas J. Cameron and Henrie Asa Marble-Cameron.
THE CRITTENDEN PRESS ~ JULY 26, 1900.
Wednesday morning, June 27, a bright and happy bride left the home of her youth with her life linked to the fortunes of him, Mr. Lewis Bebout, who had won her heart. Monday evening, July 23rd, from the same house there went forth a funeral cortege and in the casket so tenderly borne by loving hands, quitely slept all that was mortal of the bride of a month. Mrs. Victoria Bebout, nee Cameron, died at the home of her mother, Mrs H.A. Cameron, in this city Sunday evening. She came from her home in Paducah a few days ago to spend a few weeks in Marion; she was slightly ill when she came, but the indisposition, it was thought, would soon be gone. But not so, she grew worse and everthing human skill could devise was done. The funeral took place from the residence Monday afternoon. She was the daughter of the late T.J. Cameron and was happily married to Lewis L. Bebout and they went to Paducah to reside.