Old Quaker Cemetery
Old Quaker Cemetery , founded in 1759, 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.
- 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.
- Richmond Hobson Hilton (1898–1933) - World War I Medal of Honor recipient.
- John Canty Villepigue (1896–1943) - World War I Medal of Honor recipient.
- John Peter Richardson III (1829–1899) - South Carolina Governor from 1886 to 1890.
- Richard Rowland Kirkland (1843–1863) - Civil War Confederate soldier and hero at the Battle of Fredericksburg.
- Joseph Brevard Kershaw (1822–1894) - Confederate Civil War General, president of the South Carolina State Senate, and for whose forebearers Kershaw County was named.
- John Doby Kennedy (1840–1896) - Confederate Army General during the Civil War, and later South Carolina Lieutenant Governor.
- John Bordenave Villepigue (1830–1862) - Confederate Civil War General, and ancestor to John Canty Villepigue.
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