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Charley Kemmick
Global ID267338
sexmale
birthdate 1872-05-00
death date 1895-08-19 (23)
divisionwelterweight
stanceorthodox
height5′ 7½″   /   171cm
aliasKimmic/Charles Hearld
country USA
residenceSaint Paul, Minnesota, USA
birth placePennsylvania, USA
birth nameCharles Kemmick
won 24 (KO 24) + lost 0 (KO 0) + drawn 3 = 28
rounds boxed 89 KO% 85.71
 
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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1892-06-06Jack Wilkes1-0-0
Twin City A.C., Minneapolis, Minnesota, USADPTS1010
referee: Hank Seeley
St. Paul Daily Globe 6-7-1892
1892-02-26Hite Peckham2-1-0
Pacific A.C., San Francisco, California, USANCNC3
Kemmick knocked Peckham out in the 3rd round, and because he beat the highly touted Peckham so easily, the referee thought Peckham faked the fight and declared the fight a No Contest. Sacramento Record Union 2-27-1892
1891-08-21Ed Leroy
Fort Worth, Texas, USAWKO1
Source: George Blair's Midwest Boxing Recordbook & Minneapolis Tribune. Some sources report 8/29/1891
1891-07-21Jimmy Murphy0-0-1
Olympic Theater, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USADPTS1212
referee: Andy Bowen
St. Paul Daily Globe 7-22-1891. Murphy was badly beaten and the fans were furious that Kemmick was not awarded the verdict, but referee refused to offer any verdict other than a Draw.
1891-05-08Joe McManus
Pence Opera House, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USAWKO46
Source: George Blair's Midwest Boxing Recordbook
1891-04-24Jim Scully
Twin City A.C., Minneapolis, Minnesota, USAWKO225
referee: Hank Seeley
Welterweight Championship of America
Kemmic had fought at least one heavyweight in the past, however tonight both men came in under the welterweight limit. The bout was billed for "the 140-pound championship of America" and the purse was $1,000.--(Great Falls Tribune), 4/25/1891

1890-08-15Red Hennessey
Fort Worth, Texas, USAWKO38
Source: George Blair's Midwest Boxing Recordbook & Minneapolis Tribune
1890-07-28Jim Foster
San Antonio, Texas, USAWKO2
Exact date uncertain. George Blair's Midwest Boxing Records & Minneapolis Tribune. Reported that Foster was unconscious for 2 days
1890-07-03Paddy Shea0-1-1
Fort Worth, Texas, USAWKO2
1890-06-23Fred Neilson0-1-0
Fort Worth, Texas, USAWKO1
Minneapolis Journal. Some sources report June 29th.
1890-06-07Gus Green
El Paso, Texas, USAWKO1
Minneapolis Journal
1890-06-01Tom Standard
El Paso, Texas, USAWKO1
time: 2:10 | referee: Charles Dowd
St. Paul Daily Globe 6-2-1890. Kemmick fought under the alias of Charles Hearld. Standard almost died, suffering a fractured skull
1890-04-25Fred Robinson0-1-0
El Paso, Texas, USAWKO3
Source: George Blair's Midwest Boxing Recordbook & Minneapolis Tribune
1890-04-24Fred Neilson
El Paso, Texas, USAWKO3
Source: George Blair's Midwest Boxing Recordbook & Minneapolis Tribune
1890-04-22Davey Crockett
El Paso, Texas, USAWKO1
Source: George Blair's Midwest Boxing Recordbook & Minneapolis Tribune
1890-04-02Gus Brown
El Paso, Texas, USAWKO2
Source: George Blair's Midwest Boxing Recordbook & Minneapolis Tribune
1890-01-01Jim Duval
Denver, Colorado, USAWKO1
Minneapolis Journal
1889-10-15John W Curtis1-5-3
Ashland, Wisconsin, USAWKO2
referee: Danny Needham
St. Paul Daily Globe 10-16-1889
1889-07-21Frank Kellar0-1-0
Ashland, Wisconsin, USADPTS10
Minneapolis Journal reported that Kemmick knocked Kellar out three times in the 4th round, the first time being for 28 seconds, but the referee refused to allow a decision and allowed Kellar to recover both times.
1889-07-16Frank Morrissey
Ashland, Wisconsin, USAWKO1
Source: George Blair's Midwest Boxing Recordbook
1889-07-01Paddy Shea0-0-1
Ashland, Wisconsin, USAWKO2
Exact date uncertain. Source: George Blair's Midwest Boxing Recordbook
1889-06-01Ed Moehler1-4-0
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USAWKO1
time: 0:20
Source: George Blair's Midwest Boxing Recordbook. Moehler knocked out with first punch. 20 seconds.
Northwest Welterweight Championship

1889-03-01Ed Hanley
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USAWKO2
Source: George Blair's Midwest Boxing Recordbook. Kemmick fought 2 men on the same day within 10 minutes time of each other.
1889-03-01Dick Failes
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USAWKO6
Source: George Blair's Midwest Boxing Recordbook. Kemmick fought 2 men on the same day within 10 minutes time of each other.
1888-12-18George Lamar
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USAWKO1
Source: George Blair's Midwest Boxing Recordbook & Minneapolis Tribune
1888-12-15Paddy Nolan
Saint Paul, Minnesota, USAWKO2
Source: George Blair's Midwest Boxing Recordbook
1888-11-13Tom Osborne
Olympic Theater, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USAWKO3
Source: George Blair's Midwest Boxing Recordbook
1888-03-25Dick Moore
Olympic Theater, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USAWKO7
St. Paul Daily Globe.

 
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