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Leroy CamdenAge: 21 years19041925

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Leroy Camden
Birth March 6, 1904 28 23
Source: Find a Grave
Census 1910 (Age 5 years)
Death of a maternal grandfatherWilliam Henry Harrison
June 7, 1919 (Age 15 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Census 1920 (Age 15 years)
Death April 14, 1925 (Age 21 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Burial April 15, 1925 (1 day after death)
Note: Highland Cemetery, Drive 3, Section 1, Lot 0979 (Find A Grave Memorial# 75388535)
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Leroy Camden
Birth: March 6, 1904 28 23Oklahoma
Death: April 14, 1925Durant, Bryan, Oklahoma

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Birth1910 US Federal Census
Census1910 US Federal Census
Census1920 US Federal Census
DeathFind a Grave
Burial
Highland Cemetery, Drive 3, Section 1, Lot 0979 (Find A Grave Memorial# 75388535)
Shared note
In the 1910 US Federal Census for Hugo, Choctaw, Oklahoma, 34-year-old Texas-born sign painter Andrew B and his 29-year-old Oklahoma-born wife Ida B [Harrison] Camden have been married eight years and have had one child, who is living. This Oklahoma-born child is 6-year-old Leroy H. The family is living is a house that Andrew owns, free of mortgage. Everyone speaks English. Andrew's parents were borm in Arkansas; Ida's father was born in Oklahoma and her mother in Missouri; Leroy's father was born in Texas, and his mother in Oklahoma. In the 1920 US Federal Census for Durant, Bryan, Oklahoma, 43-year-old Texas-born sign painter Andrew B and his 39-year-old Oklahoma-born wife Ida [Harrison] Camden have in their household their Oklahoma-born son 15-year-old Leroy. The family is living in a house at 411 South Sixth Avenue, which Andrew owns, but with a mortgage. Leroy has not attended school in the past year as he is a "floor boy" for a garage. Everyone can read, write and speak English. Andrew's father was born in Virginia [sic] and his mother in Missouri [sic]; Ida's father was born in Missouri [sic] and her mother in Oklahoma [sic]; Leroy's father was born in Texas and his mother in Oklahoma. Obituary from findagrave.com, contributed by TimelessSpirits. Obituary, Durant Daily Democrat, April 15, 1925 His many friends were extremely grieved by the sudden death of Leroy H. 'Buster' Camden, who passed away at the Durant Hospital late yesterday. His death came as result of a series of ailments, starting with appendicitis more than two months ago, and ending with serious intestinal trouble. For days he has been gamely fighting for his life, but even his fighting spirit, coupled with all that medical science could do, availed nothing against the dread reaper. His passing leaves sadness to others besides his loved ones, because he was a most likeable young fellow, and one who leads an upright life. He was 21 years of age, just entering into his years of manhood. The deceased was a former student of Southeastern State Teachers' College and Murray State Agricultural College. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Camden, 411 South 6th Avenue, with whom all join in mourning his loss. Funeral services were held in the chapel of Holmes Brothers Funeral Home this afternoon at 3 o'clock, with burial immediately afterwards at Highland Cemetery. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. D. B. Gregory, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church.