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George W. Anderson

GEORGE W. ANDERSON was born in New Jersey in May of 1862. He married around 1882, by the time the census was taken in 1900 his wife Lizzie had bore eight children, four of whom were living at the time, Harry, Nellie, Herbert, and Russell Anderson, another son, Albert, was born around 1902. George W. Anderson was already serving as a member of the Camden Police Department, having joined the force sometime after 1890. The Anderson family was then living at 711 Carman Street, in what was then Camden’s 9th Ward. The Andersons had moved to 605 Carman Street by 1906, and remained at that address through the summer of 1910.

By 1914 the Andersons had moved to 582 Clinton Street, where they would remain through 1920. This home had been the residence in the 1880s and 1890s of Camden educators Professor Horatio Draper and his daughter Agnes Draper.

George W. Anderson had been promoted to Sergeant by 1916, and was still on the Camden police force in January of 1920.

In 1921 Sergeant Anderson took ill. He was operated on in Philadelphia, surviving only due to the availability of blood donated by his brother officers. He took ill again in January of 1922. George W. Anderson and Lizzie Anderson do not appear in the 1924 City Directory or the 1930 Census. It is likely that they had passed on by then. Son Herbert Anderson joined the Camden Police Department in the early 1920s and rose to the rank of lieutenant before passing away in November of 1939. Another son, Russell J. Anderson, served with the Camden Fire Department for over 27 years, from December of 1930 until his death in June of 1958.

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It’s ‘Agin the Law’ to Sell Rum Here Without a License

Somebody opened a “store”¬†at 15 South Fourth Street yesterday,¬†without the formality of first obtaining a “soft drink license’.

4 YOUTHS ARRESTED IN BICYCLE THEFTS Thieves' Gang Believed Broken by Captures; Stolen Machines Found A ring of bicycle thieves is believed by police to have been broken last night with the arrest of four youths and recovery of five bicycles and parts of several others. Those held on charges of larceny are Joseph Helfer, 17, of 340 North Tenth street; Willlam Albertson, 16, of 113 North Eighth street; Walter Urban, 17, of 109 Allen's Court, and Frank Paterino, 16, of 634 Linwood street. They were arrested in Urban's home by Lieut. Herbert Anderson and Detectives Walter Smith and John Trout, who have been investigating a series of recent bicycle thefts. The bicycles and parts were found in the homes of all the youths. Two of the bicycles were identified by Roland Taylor, of 108 South Fourth street, and Frank Passwater, of 441 Judson place. According to Lieutenant Anderson, all but Helfer have been arrested several times before for the same offense.
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4 YOUTHS ARRESTED IN BICYCLE THEFTS

A ring of bicycle thieves is believed by police to have been broken last night with the arrest of four youths and recovery of five bicycles and parts of several others.

Funeral arrangements were completed yesterday for Chief of Police Lewis H. Stehr, who died Wednesday in Cooper Hospital following a heart attack.
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Pallbearers Named for Stehr Funeral

Funeral arrangements were completed yesterday for Chief of Police Lewis H. Stehr, who died Wednesday in Cooper Hospital following a heart attack.