Tag: Vincent Ariel Tydeman

  • Tydeman & Dooley

    Tydeman & Dooley

    TYDEMAN & DOOLEY were a pair of comedic acrobats who starred on the B.F. Keith vaudeville circuit in the 1900s and 1910s. Vincent A. Tydeman grew up in Camden, and also had a long career as a minor league baseball player. After retiring from baseball and the stage he remained a Camden resident until his…

  • Vincent Ariel Tydeman

    Vincent Ariel Tydeman

    VINCENT ARIEL TYDEMAN was born in New Jersey on August 24, 1883 to Edmund and Sarah Tydeman, who had come to America from England in 1878 with their nine children. Another child, Florence, was born just before the June 1880 census. Edmund Tydeman, the oldest son of a Baptist minister, was an optician who had…

  • Mrs. Alice M. Rogers

    Mrs. Alice M. Rogers

    Camden Courier-Post – May 2, 1949 Mrs. Alice M. Rogers, a clerk at the John Wanamaker store, Philadelphia, and resident at 539 Vine street, died yesterday in Cooper hospital. Mrs. Rogers was a member of Mystic chapter, 148, OES. Surviving are her husband, William Bertram Rogers; a daughter, Mrs. Mildred O’Malley, Camden; a son, William…

  • Vince Tydeman’s Enviable Record

    Vince Tydeman’s Enviable Record

    Camden Courier-Post – September 15, 1913 Camden Boy makes the “Big Smoke” By Terrific Swatting and Running Goes with Toledo Next Year Vincent Tydeman, one of the most consistent all-round base ball players tthis [sic] city ever turned out, is home again after gleaning to his honor a record enviable. Vince was a member of…

  • Batted for Smith

    Batted for Smith

    Fort Wayne Sentinel – September 4, 1912 Umpire Geisel batted for Ed Smith in the ninth inning of the last game at Zanesville and Jack Gilbert struck him out. Tydeman hit the bull sign in the final game and earned $50.

  • Savannah is Ready

    Savannah is Ready

    Atlanta Constitution – April 15, 1906 Savannah, Ga. April 14—(Special.)—Jacksonville will meet Savannah on the local diamond on Monday in the opening game of the season in the south Atlantic League, and it is expected that the crowd in attendance will be fully as large as the tremendous gatherings that have heretofore thronged the grounds…

  • The Casson Brothers

    The Casson Brothers

    Camden Morning Courier – July 8, 1904 The Casson Brothers, a clever acrobatic team, have secured an engagement at Guvernator’s pavillion theatre, Atlantic City, the last week in July. The team is made of Vincent Tydeman and William Dool, two local boys, Casson Brothers is their stage name [I assume this later became Tydeman and…