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LtCol Edwin Duncan Camden
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Birth: Mar. 30, 1840
Sutton
Braxton County
West Virginia, USA
Death: May 13, 1922
Sutton
Braxton County
West Virginia, USA

Married to Elizabeth Ann Newby Camden: October 2, 1866. Company C, 25th VA Infantry Regiment. One of the "Immortal 600."

Edwin and Elizabeth Camden had 5 children: (1) Tillie Camden 1869-1898); (2) Nancy Margaret "Nannie" Camden (1870-????); Kittie Camden (1873-????), Minerva "Minnie" Camden (1876-1938); and Florence B. Camden (1879-????).

 
 
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 Parents:
  John Scrivener Camden (1798 - 1862)
  Nancy Newlon Camden (1804 - 1862)
 
 Spouse:
  Elizabeth Ann Newby Camden (1845 - 1930)*
 
 Children:
  Matilda Camden Jack (1869 - 1898)*
  Nancy Margaret Camden Grose (1870 - 1898)*
  Minerva Camden Lambe (1876 - 1938)*
  Florence Camden Jones (1879 - 1973)*
 
 Siblings:
  Johnson Newlon Camden (1828 - 1908)*
  Edwin Duncan Camden (1840 - 1922)
  William D Camden (1842 - 1878)*
  Lorenzo Dow Camden (1844 - 1910)*
  Amanda Camden McKinley (1846 - 1905)*
  John Scrivener Camden (1851 - 1923)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Sutton Cemetery
Sutton
Braxton County
West Virginia, USA
 
Created by: David Woody
Record added: Dec 02, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 81425514
LtCol Edwin Duncan Camden
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LtCol Edwin Duncan Camden
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LtCol Edwin Duncan Camden
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Rest in Peace !
- Joanie
 Added: Oct. 22, 2016
My ancestor. Rest in peace.
- James Schad
 Added: Feb. 18, 2016
One of the Immortal Six Hundred. Thanks to Edwin and all of the Confederate soldiers for your faithful service in protecting and defending your homeland from the northern invaders. He is mentioned in the books "Immortal Captives" (which tells the story of...(Read more)
- John Battell
 Added: Jul. 7, 2015
 
 
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