The interesting report on the girl rescued from an underground bunker in South Carolina has a Yorkshire connection in that it was in Kershaw County and the girl was taken to Camden Town afterwards.
Camden was founded by Joseph Kershaw, who gave his name to the county. He was born at Baitings Gate Farm, Soyland, near Ripponden, the son of Joseph Kershaw, and emigrated to Charleston, South Carolina, where he established a trading company.
He moved to an upstate area which he named Camden after Lord Camden who was supporting American independence.
He was a member of the Militia and when Lord Cornwallis arrived with his troops, many recruited in Yorkshire (the 33 Regiment which became the Duke of Wellington), Joseph was evicted from his home and exiled to Bermuda.
His two sons were in England at the time and partly educated at Rishworth School.
Joseph's illustrious grandson General Joseph Brevard Kershaw was a Confederate soldier in the American Civil War.
So the links of Kershaw county to Yorkshire are indeed very strong.
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