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UDC dedicates grave markers at Quaker Cemetery
Quaker Cemetery Scully
Camden Mayor Tony Scully also spoke during the ceremony. Scully said, Out of the conflict we commemorate here today came painful understandings that these great leaders have taken up in the cause of reconciliation. - photo by Gary Phillips
The John D. Kennedy Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC) held a marker dedication service for Henry Cool Salmond and his daughter, Louise C. Salmond Porter Proctor, on June 20 at Quaker Cemetery in Camden. Chapter President Susan Baskin presided over the event and opened by asking everyone to remember the victims of the Charleston church shooting which occurred only three days earlier. “I don’t think we can begin this ceremony without remembering the victims in the latest terrorist, mad dog inspired tragedy that happened to our friends in Charleston.