Tag: Eddie Ferat

  • Otto E. Braun

    Otto E. Braun

    Otto E. Braun, born around 1891 to Francis X. and Mrs. Braun, was part of a family that had its roots in Camden. His father, Francis X. Braun, a German-born tailor, had established his business in various locations, including 562 Auburn Street and later 124 Market Street, according to city directories from 1889-1891. Serving executives…

  • Charles B. Helm

    Charles B. Helm

    Doctor Charles Blaine Helm was born in Camden in 1884. He was a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1906. After establishing a veterinary practice in Camden at 900 South 5th Street where he also lived for many years, Dr. Helm involved himself in a variety of pursuits. Active politically…

  • Herbert Anderson

    Herbert Anderson

    Herbert Anderson was born in New Jersey in 1891 to George W. Anderson and his wife Lizzie Anderson, one of at least four children. His father served as a member of the Camden Police Department from the 1890s through at least 1916. In 1900 the family then lived at 711 Carman Street, in what was…

  • William Penn Corson

    William Penn Corson

    WILLIAM PENN CORSON was born February 27, 1873, in Camden, the son of Elias Lake Corson, a sea captain who had commanded a vessel during the Civil War. At the time of the 1880 census, the Corson family lived at 442 Hartman Street. In 1882 Hartman Street was renamed Clinton Street. Two doors away, at…

  • Judge Releases Youth For Crippled Parent

    Judge Releases Youth For Crippled Parent

    Camden Courier-Post – June 3, 1933 When a father pleaded he needed his son to drive a truck, Judge Samuel M. Shay yesterday suspended a Rahway Reformatory sentence, for the youth and placed him on probation. The youth is Raymond Kocinski, 19, of Liberty Street near Mt. Ephraim Avenue. He was sentenced to Rahway last…