2 PM will mark the 136th anniversary of the historic duel between E.C.B. Cash, a wealthy planter from Cash's Depot, located between Cheraw and Society Hill, along the Great Pee Dee River, and Col. William Shannon, Silver-haired Camden lawyer and sire of 14 children. We know that the exact spot there Shannon fell mortally wounded, lies in the middle of highway 15, just 500 yards east of the Hartsville side of DuBose's bridge, which spans Lynches River three miles east of Hartsville. We know that the spot from which Cash stood when he fired the fatal shot is now the location of what was a combination grocery store and service station. We know that the day was marked with over 100 spectators that had gathered to watch the show.