Article from the 'Confederate Veteran' magazine, dated July, 1907. Camp Ward, No. 10, U.C.V., has paid its last tribute to Capt. I.M. AIKEN, of Pensacola, Fla. Comrade Aiken was 76 years of age, and had been in ill health for some time, yet his death was a sad shock to his many friends and devoted relatives. He was born at Winnsboro, S.C. on Oct. 16, 1830. When a younf man, he moved to Georgia and engaged in sea island cotton planting near Darien. He was among the first to volunteer to Georgia's call for troops and entered the 47th Volunteer Georgia Infantry, serving with distinction through the war as captain of Company H. After the war Captain Aiken went on to Pensacola and had been a resident of that city for many yeras, holding many positions of trust, one time being President of the Board of Pilot Commissioners. He built up a lucrative business there and made many friends. He was a member of Camp Ward, United Confederate Veterans, and always manifested much interest in its proceedings. --- [ This is not my family, only post to Honor the veteran and hope it may help someone].