Old Quaker Cemetery

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Old Quaker Cemetery is a cemetery located in Camden, South Carolina, in Kershaw County. It dates back to the earliest days of Camden, which was first settled in 1730, and is the oldest inland city in South Carolina. The cemetery is notable in that it maintains the gravesites of numerous famous people, to include three Civil War Confederate Army Generals, two Medal of Honor recipients, and one South Carolina Governor.

Notable gravesites[edit]

  • Agnes of Glasgow, (1760–1780) - A lost lover and part of a local legend, which local folklore claims still haunts the cemetery to present day.

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