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COLLIER


Ann Annie M. Horney Collier
Grasonville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Newspaper Clipping
March 1943
COLLIER
In loving memory of my dear mother,
Mrs. Annie M. Collier,
who passed away one year ago,
March 10, 1942.

A light is from our household gone,
A voice we loved is stilled
A place is vacant in our home
Which never can be filled.
Some may think you are forgotten
Though on earth you are no more;
But in memory you are with us
As you always were before.

What would we give her hand to clasp,
Her patient face to see.
To hear her voice, to see her smile,
As in the days that used to be.
But some sweet day we'll meet again
Beyond the toil and strife.
And clasp each other's hand once more,
In Heaven, that happy life.

We do not forget her, we love her too dearly,
For her memory to fade from our lives like a dream;
Our lips need not speak when our hearts mourn sincerely.
For grief often dwells where it seldom is seen.

Her loving daughter
Mrs. Clarence P. Tarr



Newspaper Clipping
March 1944
COLLIER
In loving memory our dear mother,
Mrs. Annie M.,
who passed away two years ago,
March 10, 1942.

Dearest Mother how we miss you.
No one will ever know
We sit and look at your vacant chair
And picture you sitting there.
Dear mother, you are not forgotten
Though on earth you are no more.
Still in memory you are with us.
As you always were before.
In our hearts your memory lingers.
Sweetly tender, fond and true;
There is not a day, dear mother,
That we do not think of you.
We've missed the sounds of your footsteps.
And your voice since you have gone.
And though we no longer see you,
In our hearts you still live on.
And so we smile in the day time.
But some nights our hearts are sore
AS we think of our dear mother.
Gone to God's golden shore.

By her loving daughters,
Lucy and Florence



Newspaper Clipping
March 1945
COLLIER
In loving memory of my dear mother,
Mrs. Annie M. Collier,
who passed away three years ago,
March 10, 1942.

Today my heart is heavy
Memory brings you back once more
To the time when you were with me
To the happy days of yore:
You are not forgotten Mother
Nor ever shall you be:
As long as life and memory last
I shall remember thee.
I have only the memory of you, Mother.
To keep my whole life through
But your sweetness will linger forever
In my heart Mother dear.
My lips cannot tell how I miss her.
My heart cannot tell what to say.
God alone knows how I miss her.
In my home that is so lonesome today.

Her loving daughter
Florence



Newspaper Clipping
March 1946
COLLIER
In loving memory of my dear mother,
Mrs. Annie M. Collier,
who passed away four years ago,
March 10, 1942.

There is a little word called "mother"
and it touches every heart
With a tenderness and beauty
That for her is set apart.
And in all the world of mothers
Sweet and fine and precious, too
While I know there are no others
In my heart there is only you.
One by one I count the years
As slowly they pass by
Four now have come and gone
Since I saw my mother die.
I shall always remember her,
And miss her smiling face.
I know she is resting peacefully
Within God's loving Grace.

Her loving daughter,
Florence



Annie M. Horney Collier Records


John Thomas Collier
Grasonville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Centreville Observer
June 30, 1932

Capt. John T. Collier, one of the Fifth District's most highly respected residents and well known throughout the county, died at his home in Grasonville Sunday morning following an illness of three weeks. He had however, been in failing health for the last eighteen months.

The deceased was born in Grasonville June 20th, 1848, and was a son of the late William Collier and Elizabeth Earle Collier. His parents died when he was a small boy and early in life he began work as a waterman.

He also took up carpentering and had built a large number of sail boats. In later years however he confined his efforts to building smaller craft. He was perhaps the best known waterman in this county, and his Wye River Oysters and other sea foods had a reputation throughout the county.

He was a life long Democrat and although never seeking office, took an active interest in the affairs of the party.

Fifty seven years ago he married Annie M. Horney, of Grasonville. She survives him. He also leaves one son, Joseph W. Collier and two daughters, Mrs. C. P. Tarr and Mrs. W. L. Melvin, all of Grasonville.

Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at rasonville Methodist Episcopal Church at 2 o'clock. Rev. R. J. Sharpless, pastor of the church officiated. Interment was in Chesterfield cemetery.


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Buried together in Chesterfield Cemetery

Joseph W. Collier
Oct. 12, 1885 - Oct. 18, 1961
Louise Latteau, his wife
Aug. 11, 1884 - Apr. 12, 1973

John T. Collier
1848 - 1932
Annie M. Horney, his wife
1856 - 1942

C. Thomas
son of Joseph W. and A. Louise Collier,
Oct. 20, 1920

DONNELLY


Julia Ellinghaus Donnelly
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Monday, November 11, 1957
Page 21

DONNELLY - On November 10, 1957,
JULIA (nee Ellinghaus), formerly
of 916 North Duncan street, beloved
wife of the late Frank Donnelly
and mother of the late Messrs.
Franklin and Frederick Donnelly
Funeral services from the John
A. Moran Funeral Home, 4201 York
road (entrance to parking area on
Arlington avenue), on Wednesday,
November 13, at 8:30 A.M. Requiem
High Mass at St. Andrew's Church
at 9 A.M. Interment in Holy
Redeemer Cemetery. Visiting hours
from 2 P.M. until 10 P.M.

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ELLINGHAUS


Amelia M. Wurzbacher Boyce Ellinghaus

The Sun Baltimore
Saturday, August 8, 1998
Page 4 B

ELLINGHAUS, Amelia M.
On August 6, 1998,
AMELIA M. (nee
Wurveacher)*, beloved wife
of Bernard J. Ellinghaus,
devoted mother of William
Michael Boyce and grand-
mother of William M.
Boyce, III, dear sister
of Ruth Neumann, also
survived by two
great-grandchildren and
several nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends
are invited to call at
Schimunek Funeral
Home, Inc., 9705 Belair
Road (Perry Hall), on
Saturday and Sunday 3 to 5
and 7 to 9 PM. Services
will begin on Monday at
9 AM. Funeral Mass will
be held at the Shrine Of
The Little Flower Church
at 10 AM. Interment in
Gardens of Faith Cemetery.

* Dee's note: Amelia's maiden name was WURZBACHER

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Anna Ellinghaus
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Friday Morning, March 18, 1949
Page 29

ELLINGHAUS - On March 17, 1949,
ANNA, at her home, 904 North Duncan
street, beloved wife of Nicholas J.
Ellinghaus.
Funeral from Frank Cvach & Son
Funeral Home, 900 North Chester
street, Monday at 8:15 A. M. Requiem
Mass at St. Wenceslaus Church at 9
o'clock. Interment in Holy Redeemer
Cemetery.

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Anna Ellinghaus
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Monday Evening, April 24, 1989

ELLINGHAUS
On April 22, 1989 ANNA
M. (nee Albert) beloved
wife of the late William
J. Ellinghaus, devoted
mother of Joan Gesell
Tolomeo, beloved grand-
mother of Ann Marie,
Patricia and Nicholas
Gesell, devoted great
grandmother of Christoper
Steven.
Funeral from the
Schimunek Funeral Home,
Inc. 3331 Brehms Lane
(at Mannasota & Erdman
avenues) on Wednesday
at 9:15 A.M. Mass of
Christian Burial at St.
Elizabeth Church at
10 A.M. Interment in
Gardens of Faith Cemetery,
Visiting hours 3 - 5 P.M.
and 7 - 9 P.M. Monday
and Tuesday. Christian
wake service on Tuesday
at 4 P.M.

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Anna R. Ellinghaus
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Tuesday, June 30, 1992

ELLINGHAUS, Anna
On June 28, 1992, ANNA
R., beloved daughter of
the late Henry and Eliza-
beth Ellinghaus, (nee
Schaum ), devoted sister
of Catherine Ellinghaus,
Elizabeth Pocta, and the
late Nicholas and Ferdinand
Ellinghaus, and Helen Trevillian.
Funeral Services from
the Schimunek Funeral
Home, Inc., 3331 Brehms
lane (at Mannasota &
Erdman avenues), on
Wednesday at 9:15 A.M.
Funeral Mass will be
celebrated in St. Wenceslaus
Church at 10 A.M.
Interment in Holy Cross
Cemetery. Visiting hours
Tuesday, 3 to 5 and 7 to
9 P.M. Vigil Service on
Tuesday at 7:30 P.M.

Anna R. Ellinghaus Records


Bernard Joseph Ellinghaus

The Sun Baltimore
Thursday June 12, 2003
Page 7 B

ELLINGHAUS, Bernard J.
On June 11, 2003, BERNARD JOSEPH,
beloved husband of the late Amelia M.
Ellinghaus (nee Wurzbacher), dear step-
father of William M. Boyce, dear grandfather
of William M. Boyce, 3rd. Also survived by
two great-grandchildren and several
nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends are invited to call
at the Schimunek Funeral Home, Inc.,
9705 Belair Road (Perry Hall), on Friday
from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Funeral
Mass will be held at the Shrine of the
Little Flower Church on Saturday, due
notice of time. Interment Gardens of
Faith Cemetery.


The Sun Baltimore
Friday June 13, 2003
Page 6 B

ELLINGHAUS, Bernard J.
On June 11, 2003, BERNARD JOSEPH,
beloved husband of the late Amelia M.
Ellinghaus (nee Wurzbacher), dear step-
father of William M. Boyce, dear grandfather
of William M. Boyce, 3rd. Also survived by
two great-grandchildren and several
nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends are invited to call
at the Schimunek Funeral Home, Inc.,
9705 Belair Road (Perry Hall), on Friday
from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Funeral
Mass will be held at the Shrine of the
Little Flower Church on Saturday at 9
A.M. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers contributions may
be made to the Associated Catholic
Charities, 320 Cathedral Street, Baltimore,
MD 21201.

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Catherine A. Ellinghaus

The Sun, Baltimore
Tuesday, July 13, 1993
Page 5 B

ELLINGHAUS, Catherine
On July 12, 1993,
CATHARINE A., beloved
daughter of the late Henry
and Elizabeth Ellinghaus,
(nee Schaum ), devoted
sister of Elizabeth Pocta,
and the late Nicholas,
Ferdinand, and Anna
Ellinghaus and Helen
Trevillian.
Funeral Services from
the Schimunek Funeral
Home, Inc., 3331 Brehms
lane (at Erdman and
Mannasota avenues), on
Thursday at 9:15 A.M.
Funeral Mass will be
celebrated in St. Wenceslaus
Church at 10 A.M.
Interment in Holy Cross
Cemetery. Visiting hours
Wednesday, 3 to 5 and 7
to 9 P.M. A Vigil Service
on Wednesday at 7:30 P.M.

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Charles L. Ellinghaus
of Germany and Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun Baltimore
Saturday October 11, 1890
Page 2

ELLINGHAUS
On 9th October, CHARLES L.,
in the 54th year of his age, beloved husband of Julia
Ellinghaus. [ Boston papers please copy. ]
The funeral will take place from his late residence,
northwest corner of Chase and Wolfe streets, Sunday
afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Relatives and friends are
respectfully invited to attend. [ No flowers. ]

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Charles Ellinghaus
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Thursday Morning, February 25, 1943
Page 23

ELLINGHAUS
On February 24, 1943,
at his late residence, 2429 McElderry
street, CAPT. CHARLES, aged 81 years,
beloved husband of Margaret Ellinghaus (nee Harbaugh).
Funeral from the Ullrich Funeral
Home, Orleans and Washington
streets, on Saturday at 8:30 A.M.
Requiem Mass at St. Michael's Church
at 9 A.M. Interment in Holy Redeemer
Cemetery. (Flowers gratefully declined).

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Charles L. Ellinghaus
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Monday Morning, September 11, 1944
Page 14

ELLINGHAUS
Suddenly, on September 10, 1944,
at his late residence, 377 Martindale
avenue, CHARLES L., beloved
husband of Julia C. Ellinghaus
(nee Miller).
Funeral from the Funeral Home of
George L. Schwab, 2101 Frederick
avenue on Wednesday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. Interment in Baltimore
Cemetery.


ELLINGHAUS
Joppa Lodge, no. 132, A. F.
and A. M., announces with deep
regret the death of BROTHER
CHARLES L. ELLINGHAUS.
Special communication at Masonic
Temple on Wednesday, September 13,
at 1 P. M.
GEORGE ROBERT WALTER
Worshipful Master


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Elsie Margarite Daiker Ellinghaus
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Baltimore Sun
Monday, December 2, 1968
Page C 12

ELLINGHAUS
Suddenly, on December 1, 1968,
ELSIE M. (nee Daiker), beloved
wife of William J. Ellinghaus,
mother of Rita Ross.
Funeral from the Schimunek
Funeral Home 2601-03-05 East
Madison street. Due notice.


The Baltimore Sun
Tuesday, December 3, 1968
Page C 16

ELLINGHAUS
Suddenly, on December 1, 1968,
ELSIE M. (nee Daiker), beloved
wife of William J. Ellinghaus,
mother of Rita Ross; sister of Carl
and Frank Daiker, also survived
by 3 grandchildren and 3 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral from the Schimunek
Funeral Home 2601-03-05 East
Madison street, on Thursday at
8:15 A.M. Requiem High Mass at
St. Andrews Church at 9 A.M.
Interment in Holy Redeemer
Cemetery. Visiting hours 2 to 5
and 7 to 9 P.M.

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Ferdinand Nicholas Ellinghaus
of Anne Arundel County, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Monday, August 12, 1957
Page 19

ELLINGHAUS, - On August 10, 1957,
FERDINAND N., the beloved son
of the late Henry and Elizabeth
Ellinghaus (nee Schaum), and
beloved brother of Nicholas,
Catherine, Anna Ellinghaus, Mrs.
Elizabeth Pocta and Helen Trevillion.
Services at the McCully Funeral
Home, Patapsco avenue and Third
street, Brooklyn, on Wednesday
8:30 A.M. Requiem Mass at St.
Athanasius Church 9 A.M.
Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery,
Anne Arundel county.

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Frederick W. Ellinghaus
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Thursday Morning
February 26, 1931
Page 20

ELLINGAHAUS, - On February 25, 1931,
at his home, 3820 Belle avenue,
FREDERICK W., beloved husband of
the late Mary Cecelia Ellinghaus.
Due notice of the funeral.



The Sun, Baltimore
Friday Morning
February 27, 1931
Page 20

ELLINGAHAUS, - On February 25, 1931,
at his home, 3820 Belle avenue,
FREDERICK W., beloved husband of
the late Mary Cecelia Ellinghaus.
Funeral from the above residence
on Saturday, at 8:30 A. M. Requiem
Mass at All Saints' Church at 9 A. M.
Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery.

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John B. Ellinghaus
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun Baltimore
Thursday, December 29, 1966
Page C 11

ELLINGHAUS
On December 28, 1966, JOHN B.
of 2926 East Northern parkway,
beloved husband of the late Sadie
M. Ellinghaus (nee Engle); devoted
father of C. Bernard Ellinghaus
and Miss Annette Ellinghaus.
Services at the Leonard J. Ruck
Funeral Home. Inc., 5305 Harford
road, at Echodale avenue, on
Saturday at 8 A.M. Requiem High
Mass will be celebrated at St.
Thomas More Church at 9 A.M.
Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery.
Friends may call from 2 to 9 P.M.
Family prefers contributions
to St. Thomas More Church
Building Fund, 6806 McClean
boulevard, in lieu of flowers.

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Julia A. Ellinghaus
of Germany and Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Tuesday Morning, October 27, 1931
Page 19 (Classified section)

ELLINGHAUS
On October 25, 1931,
JULIA A. (nee Hauser), aged 86 years,
beloved wife of the late Charles L. Ellinghaus.
Relatives and friends of the family
are invited to attend the funeral from
her late residence, 2602 Gibbons avenue,
Hamilton, on Thursday, October 29,
at 8 A.M. Requiem High Mass at
St. James' Church at 9 A.M.
Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery.

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Margaret D. Kaltenbach Ellinghaus
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun Baltimore
Monday Morning
January 8, 1906
Page 4

ELLINGHAUS - On January 6, 1906,
MARGARET D. ELLINGHAUS (nee Kaltenbach),
in the 52nd year of her age, relict of Nicholas W.
Ellinghaus. R.I.P.
The funeral will take place from her late residence,
No. 223 East Montgomery street, on Tuesday,
at 8:30 A.M. thence to Holy Cross Church,
where a Requiem Mass will be said for the
repose of her soul.

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Margaret M. Ellinghaus
of Baltimore, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Sunday, February 17, 1946
Page 7

ELLINGHAUS - On February 16, 1946,
MARGARET M. (nee O'Leary), wife of
Nicholas J. Ellinghaus.
Funeral from her late residence
4231 Nicholas avenue, on Tuesday
at 8:15 A. M. Requiem Mass at the
Shrine of the Little Flower at 9 A. M.
Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery.

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Mary E. Ellinghaus
of Baltimore, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Wednesday Morning
December 26, 1944
Page 16

ELLINGHAUS On December 24, 1945,
of 2022 East Jefferson street, MARY E.
(nee Carrigan), beloved wife of Paul
M. Ellinghaus.
Funeral from Philip Herwig Sons
Funeral Home, 2024 Orleans street,
on Thursday, at 8 A. M. Requiem Mass
at St. Michael's Church at 9 A. M.
Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery.

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Medora Ellinghaus
of Baltimore, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Wednesday May 28, 1969
Page C 14

ELLINGHAUS
On May 27, 1969, MEDORA WATKINS,
formerly of 1506 Pentridge road,
beloved wife of the late
N. ANDREW ELLINGHAUS, devoted
mother of Mrs. Joseph N. Dell,
Richard A. and William M.
Ellinghaus, sister of William
Maurice Watkins of New Orleans, La.,
also survived by twelve grandchildren
and one great grandchild.
Prayers at Henry W. Jenkins &
Sons Co, 4905 York Road, on
Thursday, May 29 at 8 P.M. Requiem
mass at St. Matthews Church,
5401 Loch Raven Blvd., on Friday
at 9 A.M. Interment in Holy Redeemer
Cemetery. Friends may call
Wednesday, 7 - 9 P. M. and
Thursday, 2 - 5 and 7 - 9 P.M.


ELLINGHAUS
The Maryland Colonial Society
announces with deep regret the
passing of their beloved member
MRS. N. ANDREW ELLINGHAUS, SR.
MRS. CARL F. DOCKMAN,
President

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Nicholas Andrew Ellinghaus
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Wednesday, November 16, 1949
Page 26

ELLINGHAUS - Suddenly, on November
15, 1949, at his home, 4500 Kathland
avenue, Forest Park, N. ANDREW
ELLINGHAUS, beloved husband of
Medora Watkins Ellinghaus.
Funeral from H. W. Mears & Son,
805 North Calvert street, on Friday,
November 18, at 9 A. M. Requiem Mass
at All Saints Church, Liberty Heights
and Eldorato avenues, at 10 A. M.
Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery.

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Nicholas J. Ellinghaus
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Wednesday, February 18, 1959
Page 25

ELLINGHAUS - On Monday,
February 16, 1959, Nicholas J.,
of 916 North Duncan street, beloved
husband of the late Margaret O'Leary
Ellinghaus and father of Marie
Quinn, Elizabeth Henry, Anna
Skudrna, Margaret Yeager,
William and Bernard Ellinghaus.
Funeral from the Schimnuek
Funeral Home, 2601-02--5 East
Madison street, on Friday at 8:15
A. M. Requiem High Mass at St.
Wenceslaus Church at 9 A. M.
Interment in Holy Redeemer
Cemetery. Visiting hours 2 to 10 P. M.

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Nicholas W. Ellinghaus
of Hanover Germany or Prussia

The Sun Baltimore
Saturday Morning
March 25, 1899
Page 4

ELLINGHAUS - On Thursday evening, March
23, after a long and painful illness, which he bore
with Christian fortitude, NICHOLAS ELLINGHAUS,
in the 51st year of his age, beloved husband
of Margaret D. Ellinghaus (nee Kaltenbach).
R.I.P.



The Sun Baltimore
Monday Morning
March 27, 1899
Page 4

ELLINGHAUS - On Thursday evening, March
23, NICHOLAS ELLINGHAUS, in the 51st year
of his age, beloved husband of Margaret Ellinghaus
(nee Kaltenbach).
Funeral will take place from his late residence,
No. 701 William Street, this Monday, March 27, at
9 A.M., thence to Holy Cross Church, where a
Requiem High Mass will be offered for the repose
of his soul.

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Robert W. Ellinghaus
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun Baltimore
Sunday Morning
September 9, 1923
Classifieds Page 1, Part 2, Section 3

ELLINGHAUS - On September 7, 1923,
ROBERT W., beloved son of Henry R.
and Emily Fields Ellinghaus.
Funeral will take place from the
parents' residence, 631 North Castle
street, on Tuesday at 8:30 A.M.
Requiem High Mass at St. Andrew's
Church at 9 0'clock. Interment in
Mount Carmel Cemetery.
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Sadie M. Engle Ellinghaus
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun Baltimore
Saturday, December 19, 1953
Page 19

ELLINGHAUS, - On December 18, 1953,
SADIE M. (nee Engle) of 2926
Northern Parkway, beloved wife of
John B. Ellinghaus.
Services from the Leonard J. Ruck
Funeral Home, 5305 Harford road at
Echodale avenue, on Tuesday at 8:30
A.M. Requiem Mass at St. Dominic's
Church at 9:30 A.M. Interment in
Holy Redeemer Cemetery. Friends
may call after 12 noon on Saturday.

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Theodore N. Ellinghaus
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Friday Morning, June 20, 1941
Page 26

ELLINGHAUS - On June 19, 1941,
THEODORE N., aged 72 years,
beloved son of the late Charles
and Julia Ann Ellinghaus.
Funeral will be at the William Cook
Mansion, St. Paul and Preston streets,
on Monday at 8:15 A.M. Requiem Mass
at St. Bernard's Church at 9 A.M.
Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery.

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William Joseph Ellinghaus
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Baltimore Sun
Saturday Morning
December 14, 1968
Page 12 B

ELLINGHAUS
On December 12, 1968, WILLIAM J.,
of 2727 East Monument Street,
beloved husband of the late Elsie
Ellinghaus (nee Daiker), father
of Rita G. Ross and brother of
Julia Cook. Also survived by three
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.
Funeral from the Schimunek
Funeral Home, 2601-03-05 East
Madison street, on Monday at
8:15 A.M. Requiem High Mass at
St. Andrew's Church at 9 A.M.
Interment in Holy Redeemer
Cemetery. Visiting hours 2 to 5
and 7 to 9 P.M.


ELLINGHAUS
James C. Ludwig Post No. 139,
American Legion, announces the
passing of Legionaire WILLIAM
ELLENHAUSE. Services to be held
at Schimunek Funeral Home, 2601
Madison street, Sunday evening,
7:30 o'clock.
MEHRL ENGLE,
Commander

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William J. Ellinghaus
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Thursday, May 31, 1973
Page D15

ELLINGHAUS
On May 30, 1973, WILLIAM J.,
beloved husband of Anna (nee
Albert), devoted father of Joan
Gesell, brother of Marie Quinn,
Elizabeth Henry, and Bernard
Ellinghaus, grandfather of Ann
Marie and Patricia Gesell.
Funeral from the Schimunek
Funeral Home, Inc., 3331 Brehms
lane (at Erdman avenue) on
Saturday at 3:15 A.M. Mass of the
Resurrection at St. Elizabeth's
Church at 10 A.M. Interment
Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
Visiting hours Thursday 7 to 9
and Friday 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.



ELLINGHAUS
The Baltimore City Retired Police
Association, Inc., regrets the loss
of their brother member. Retired
Officer WILLIAM J. ELLINGHAUS.
HOWARD L. MUHL,
President

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Sophia M. Ellinghaus Loessel

The Sun, Baltimore
Tuesday Morning, June 3, 1952
Page 28

LOESSEL, - On June 1, 1952, SOPHIA M.
(nee Ellinghaus), of 1500 East Twenty-
ninth street, beloved wife of the late
John H. Loessel.
Services from the Leonard J. Ruck
& Sons Funeral Home, 5305 Harford
road (at Echodale avenue) on
Wednesday at 8:15 A.M. Requiem High
Mass at St. Bernard's Church at 9 A.M.
Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery.

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Julia Ellinghaus Peterson
Born Hanover, Prussia, Germany died Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun Baltimore
Tuesday Morning February 26, 1929
Page 24

PETERSON
On February 25, 1929, JULIA PETERSON, aged 66 years, beloved wife of the late Nicholas Peterson. Funeral from the residence of her son, Frederick W. Peterson, 128 West Randall street, on Wednesday, at 8:30 A. M. Requiem Mass at Holy Cross Church at 9 A. M. Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery.


* Dee's note: Julia Ellinghaus Peterson was my great great grandmother. Julia's death certificate and obituary stated that she died at age 66 years but the 1900 census stated that Julia was born September 1855. All additional census records where Julia Ellinghaus Peterson was found also listed her year of birth at 1855. This would have made Julia Ellinghaus Peterson's age at death about 74 years old, not 66 years old.

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FITZPATRICK


Ruth Linthicum Fitzpatrick
of Baltimore City & Anne Arundel County, Maryland

FITZPATRICK
Ruth R. (nee Linthicum) of Pasadena, beloved wife of Harry E. Fitzpatrick, devoted mother of Doris M. Horney, Pauline F. Ruby, Juanita V. Schanken, Charles M. Weber, Sandra L. Howard, Joyce M. Burglund and Nancy Owens.
Also survived by four sisters, one brother, 14 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services at the McCully Funeral Home of Pasadena, Mountain and Tick Neck roads on Wednesday at 2 P.M.
Interment in Glen Haven Memorial Park. Family will receive friends 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M

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FREBURGER


Lydia Freburger
Baltimore, Maryland

Baltimore Sun
28 Aug 1861
DIED -- On Tuesday afternoon, 27th instant, Mrs. Lydia Freeburger, consort of Henry G. Freeburger, in the 68th year of her age. Her relatives and acquaintance are respectfully invited to attend her funeral, on to-morrow, (Thursday) morning, at ten o'clock, from her late residence, No. 10 Hill street, without further notice.

Lydia Clarke aka Hoofnagle & Freeburger Records

GARDNER


Florence Horney Gardner
Grasonville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Centreville Observer
October 18, 1924

GARDNER, Florence Horney, wife of Walter M. Gardner, died at her home in Grasonville last Monday afternoon. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William G. Horney, of near Queenstown, and was born December 26, 1879. Mr. Gardner survives her. She also leaves two sisters, Mrs. John Anderson and Mrs. Noah Tollinger, and one brother, Mr. Milton Horney. Interment in Chesterfield Cemetery, Centreville.

Florence Horney Gardner Records


Dr. John Gassaway
Rhode River, Maryland

The Maryland Gazette
Annapolis, Maryland
Thursday, December 19, 1811
No. 3388

OBITUARY
Communicated

Among the various melancholy duties of the Press, no death has occured of late that has occasioned more sensible feeling than the one now recorded. On the 11th day of December died in this city, Dr. JOHN GASSAWAY, of Rhode River, whose last moments corresponded with his short and excellent life. Where he lived he was adored; the poor found always an asylum beneath his roof; the rich received the most unbounded hospitality; no discrimination of situation changed the liberal flow of his soul, and the child of want never left his door unsatisfied. To those who knew him eulogium would be insult; to those who did not suffice it to say, that as a man of christian charity he lived, so as a christian he died lamented, but as a man resigned.
-Peace to the memory of a man of worth.

GOLDSTRAW


Charles G. Goldstraw
Baltimore City, Maryland

The Baltimore Sun
The Evening Sun
Monday, November 12, 1956,
page 36

GOLDSTRAW
On November 8, 1956, CHARLES GOLDSTRAW, SR., of 1716 Hanover Street,
beloved husband of the late Sarah E. Goldstraw (nee Allen).
Services in the A. Howard Evans Funeral Home,
1400-02 South Charles street, at Clement
on Monday at 2 P.M. Burial in Cedar Hill Cemetery.



Funeral Program:

Crossing the Bar
Sunset and evening star,
And one clear sail for me!
And may there be no moaning of the bar,
When I put out to sea.

For though from out our bourne of Time and Place
The flood may bear me far
I hope to see my Pilot face to face
When I have crossed the bar.
Alfred Tennyson

In Loving Memory Of
CHARLES GOLDSTRAW SR.
Born July 14, 1870
Died November 8, 1956
Services at A. Howard Evans & Son Funeral Home
1400-02 South Charles Street
Monday, November 12, 2 P.M.
Officiating
Reverend Daniel Harlan
Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery

(Back of Program)
A. Howard Evans Funeral Home
1400-02 S. Charles Street
SAratoga 7-0203

Charles G. Goldstraw Records


James Raymond Goldstraw
Baltimore City, Maryland

Newspaper Clipping

GOLDSTRAW
On November 26, 1955, JAMES R. GOLDSTRAW,
beloved husband of Mary E. Goldstraw (nee Peterson).
Services at his home, 1705 Hanover Street, on Thursday
at 2 P.M. Interment in Cedar Hill Cemetery.



Funeral Program:

Crossing the Bar
Sunset and evening star,
And one clear sail for me!
And may there be no moaning of the bar,
When I put out to sea.

For though from out our bourne of Time and Place
The flood may bear me far
I hope to see my Pilot face to face
When I have crossed the bar.
Alfred Tennyson

In Loving Memory Of
JAMES RAYMOND GOLDSTRAW SR.
Born June 9, 1890
Died November 26, 1955
Services From
1705 Hanover Street
Tuesday, November 29, 1955 2 P.M.
Clergyman Officiating
Reverend Herbert L. Weaver, Jr.
Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery

(Back of Program)
A. Howard Evans Funeral Home
1400-02 S. Charles Street
SAratoga 7-0203



Newspaper Clipping

GOLDSTRAW
An Easter Tribute to my dear husband
and our dear father and grandfather, James R. Goldstraw,
who passed away November 26, 1955.

I'll remember you dear, while there's life in my heart,
And tho' God in His wisdom has torn us apart;
In your home up in Heaven you must know that I'm true,
To the love and Esteem that was only for you.
And I pray that when life for me comes to an end,
I will meet you in Heaven, my own dearest friend;
My friend and my sweetheart, my one dearest love,
God keep you and guard you in Heaven above.
LOVING WIFE, CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN


James Raymond Goldstraw Records


Mary Goldstraw
Baltimore City, Maryland

Newspaper Clipping

The Sun Baltimore
Sunday April 27, 1975 page 2

GOLDSTRAW
On April 25, 1975, Mary E. Goldstraw (nee Peterson), of McComas street,
beloved wife of the late James R. Goldstraw, devoted mother of
William F. Goldstraw, Ella E. Horney, Mary E. Pfannenstein, Edna M. Jones, Granville,
George and Kenneth Goldstraw, Anna Koch and Jane Sevier. Also survived by
thirty- two grandchildren and twenty-six great grandchildren. Services from the McCully Funeral Home, 130 East Fort Avenue, on Tuesday at 9:30 A.M. Mass of the Resurrection in Holy Cross Church at 10 A.M.
Interment in Cedar Hill Cemetery. Christian Wake Services on Monday at 7:45 P.M.
Family will receive friends from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.

Mary Peterson Goldstraw Records


Sarah Elizabeth Allen Goldstraw
Baltimore City, Maryland

The Baltimore Sun
Tuesday, July 30, 1946
page 22

GOLDSTRAW
On July 27, 1946, SARAH E. GOLDSTRAW (nee ALLEN),
Beloved wife of Charles Goldstraw.
Services held in the home of her daughter,
Mrs. William Seward, 1719 Hanover Street, on Tuesday at 2 P.M.
Burial in Cedar Hill Cemetery.

Sarah Elizabeth Allen Goldstraw Records

HIGGINS


Elizabeth A. Higgins
of Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Centreville Record
October 13, 1888

HIGGINS
Departed this life, September the 28th, 1888, Elizabeth A. Higgins, in the 68th year of her age, beloved wife of Thomas Higgins.
Elizabeth A. Parks Butler Higgins Records


George F. Hokemeyer
Born Germany ~ Died Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Saturday September 1, 1984
page 7 A

HOKEMEYER
On August 31, 1984 GEORGE F. SR., beloved husband of the late Elizabeth M. Gertz Hokemeyer and devoted father of George F. and Otto C. Hokemeyer, also survived by four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral home from the Lassahan Funeral Home, 7401 Belair road on Tuesday at 9:30 A.M. Interment Moreland Memorial Park. Visiting 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Sunday and Monday.

George F. Hokemeyer Records


William G. Hokemeyer
Born Germany ~ Died Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Sunday, September 20, 1964
page 2 B

HOKEMEYER
Suddenly on September 17, 1964, WILLIAM G., of 4301 Arabia avenue, beloved husband of the late Alice Hokemeyer (nee Edelen) and devoted father of Mrs. Alice E. O'Connor, Miss Wilhelmina E. Hokemeyer and Mr. Philip H. Hokemeyer and brother of Mr. George F. Hokemeyer, Mrs. Freida Schinkel and Mrs. Christine Everman. Services at the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home, Inc., 5305 Harford Road (at Echodale avenue), on Monday at 10:30 A.M. Interment in Parkwood Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.

William G. Hokemeyer Records


Sarah E. Horney Holden
Queen Anne's County, Maryland
and Black Mountain, North Carolina

Centreville Observer
November 13, 1930

HOLDEN, Sarah Ellen, aged fifty years, wife of Finley S. Holden, formerly of this county, died in her home in Black Mountain, North Carolina, last Monday morning. She was born in this county and was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel K. Horney, of Carmichael. About twenty two years ago she married Finley S. Holden, a well to do farmer of this county. They resided here until four years ago, when Mrs. Holden's health began to fail, and they moved to Black Mountain. She is survived by her husband and a daughter, Mrs. Ethel Holden Cook, of Black Mountain, and one son, Marion Holden, of the United States Army, located at Fort Benning, Georgia. She also leaves one brother, Hilbert Horney, of Wilmington, DE. The remains were brought to Centreville and rested at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Holden, brother and sister-in-law of Mr Holden. Funeral services were held at Grace M. P. Church and interment in Chesterfield Cemetery. The pallbearers were John Holden, Kennard Holden, Edward Holden. Carey Jewell, Walter Jewell and Luther Jewell.

Sarah Horney Holden Records

HOOFNAGLE / HUFNAGLE


Elizabeth Quicklin - Hoofnagle
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

Burial Record
Trinity Luthern Church
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

"Elizabeth, born Quickelin, the wife of Georg Hufnagel"
died 23 Sep 1773 "of feverous disease, aged about 30 years.

Elizabeth Quicklin Hoofnagle Records




George Hufnagle (Hoofnagle)
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

Baltimore Evening Post
March 16, 1809

DIED Hufnagle, George
died at Lancaster on 3rd inst in his 68th year.

George Hufnagle Records




George Hoofnagle
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania


Lancaster Intelligencer
Tuesday, 24 October, 1826
Died on Wed evening last in his 64th year,
GEORGE HUFFNAGLE, Soldier of the Revolution.

George Hoofnagle Records




Johannes Hufnagle
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

Burial Record
First Reformed Congregation

"John Hufnagle, buried 24 Sep 1801, age 92 years, 6 months, 3 days."

Johannes Hoofnagle Records




John Hoofnagle
Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun Baltimore
September 20, 1838
page 2
DIED
On Tuesday, 18th inst. at 10 o'clock, P.M., after an
illness of a few days, JOHN HOOFNAGLE, of this city,
in the 47th year of his age, leaving an affectionate wife
and eight children to bemoan their irreparable loss.

John Hoofnagle Records




John S. Hoofnagle
Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun Baltimore
August 28, 1880

HOOFNAGLE
On 27th August, John S. Hoofnagle,
in the 65th year of his age, leaving a widow and five children.
The funeral will take place from his late residence,
No 23 Henrietta street, on Sunday afternoon at two o'clock.
His relatives and Friends are respectfully invited to attend.

John S. Hoofnagle Records




Lydia L. Hoofnagle
Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun Baltimore
December 10, 1931

HOOFNAGLE-On Dec 8, 1931, LYDIA L., daughter of the late Andrew J.
and Elizabeth Hoofnagle. Funeral from her late residence, 6217 Biltmore
avenue, on Thursday at 2 P.M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery.

Lydia L. Hoofnagle Records




Sarah Ann Bruce Hoofnagle
Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun Baltimore
September 29, 1870
page 2
DIED
Suddenly, on the afternoon of the 25th of November,
SARAH A., wife of RICHARD H. HOOFNAGLE, in the 47th year of her age.
Due notice of the funeral will be given in to-morrow morning's paper.



The Sun Baltimore
September 30, 1870
page 2
DIED
The funeral of MRS. SARAH A. HOOFNAGLE will take place this (Wednesday) afternoon,
at half past two o'clock, from her late residence, No. 8 Hill Street.
The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.

Sarah Ann Bruce Hoofnagle Records




William Hoofnagle
Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun Baltimore
Newspaper dated April 9, 1853
On the third instant, of scarlet fever, WILLIAM, aged 4 years, 3 months, and 14 days;
on the 5th, ELIZABETH, aged 2 years, 1 month and 2 days;
on the 7th, SARAH ELLEN, aged 5 years, 9 months, and 27 days
children of JOHN and SARAH HOOFNAGLE.

William Hoofnagle Records




William C. Hoofnagle
Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun Baltimore
September 26, 1873
page 2
DIED
On the evening of the 25th inst.,
after a long and lingering illness,
WILLIAM C. HOOFNAGLE, in the 60th year of his age.
[Philadelphia Ledger please copy.]


The Sun Baltimore
September 27, 1873
page 2
DIED
On the evening of the 25th inst.,
after a long and lingering illness,
WILLIAM C. HOOFNAGLE, in the 60th year of his age.
His funeral will take place tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon,
at two o'clock, from his late residence, No. 247 Hollins Street.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
[Philadelphia Ledger please copy.]


The Sun Baltimore
September 29, 1873
Front Page
FUNERAL OF WILLIAM C. HOOFNAGLE
The funeral of William C. Hoofnagle, a bailiff of the court of common pleas,
who died Thursday evening, took place yesterday afternoon,
from his late residence, No. 247 Hollins Street, and was very largely attended,
about fourty hacks and a large number of private carriages being in the funeral cortege.
Among those who were present were Judge Garey, of the common pleas court,
the clerks and baliffs of the several courts, members of Columbia Lodge, I.O.O.F.,
John W. Schultz, marshall; Ottawa Tribe No. 16, of the Order of Red Men,
Judge George W. Lindsay, marshal: and the Three Tenths Socials.
The funeral service was read by Rev. Mr. Briscoe, of St. Luke's Episcopal Church.
The remainns were interred in the family lot at the Western Cemetery.
Wm. G. McCLure and Thomas Penn, of Columbia Lodge, Melchor Cox and
George Heath, of Ottawa Tribe, Red Men, and B. E. Smith and
F. Magenhardt, of the Three Tenths Socials acted as Pall bearers.

William C. Hoofnagle Records


HORNEY


Aaron Wrightson Horney
April 10, 1891 ~ November 25, 1949
Queen Anne's County & Baltimore City, Maryland

Newspaper Clipping

HORNEY
An Easter tribute to the memory
of my dear husband and our father,
AARON W. HORNEY
who passed away November 25, 1949.
Easter brings sad memories,
Of a husband who has gone to rest,
He will never be forgotten
By the one who loved him best,
Though his smile is gone forever,
And his sweet face I cannot touch,
I shall never loss sweet memories,
OF my husband I loved so much.
LOVING WIFE AND CHILDREN





Aaron Wrightson Horney
Photos of my Great Grandfather
Aaron Wrightson Horney Records

The Sun, Baltimore
Saturday, November 26, 1949
DEATHS

HORNEY - On November 25, 1949,
AARON W., of 1721 South Charles
street, beloved husband of Martha S.
Horney (nee Davis).
Services in the A. Howard Evans
Funeral Home, 1400 South Charles
street, on Tuesday at 2 P. M.
Burial in Glen Haven Cemetery.



Aldridge Calvin Horney
Queen Anne's County & Baltimore City, Maryland

Queen Anne's Record
September 21, 1933

HORNEY, Aldridge C., age 38, died at his home in Grasonville last Thursday. He is survived by his wife and four children, Harold, Grason, Edwin, and Alvin, and a number of brothers and sisters. Funeral services were held at the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Pallbearers were: Ralph Ireland, Royden Curlett, William Tolson, William O'Donnell, Charles P. Horney and William W. Horney. Interment in Grasonville cemetery.

Aldridge Calvin Horney Records


Alpheus Alexander Horney
of Talbot and Caroline Counties, Maryland

Denton Journal
Denton, Caroline County, Maryland
November 13, 1959

DEATHS

ALPHEUS A. HORNEY
Alpheus Alexander Horney, Sr., 83,
a retired farmer, died at the home of
a daughter, Mrs. James Cole, Ridgely,
last Saturday.
Funeral services were held at the
Rawlings Funeral Home, Greensboro,
on Tuesday afternoon.
He is survived by four other daughters,
Mrs. Earl Breeding and Mrs.
Stanley Strannahan, of Ridgely; Mrs.
Willard Bear, of Claymont, Del., and
Mrs. James Buckle, of Denton; three
sons, Alpheus, Jr., of West Haven,
Conn.; Marvin and Roy, of Wilmington;
12 grandchildren and 15 great
grandchildren.

Alpheus Alexander Horney Records


Amos E Horney
of Chester, Kent Island, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Bay Times
June 1, 1972

After an illness of several months Amos E. Horney died at this home in Chester on May 29. A lifelong resident and waterman, he was 64 years old.
Survived by his wife, Mildred Lewis Horney of Chester, a son Ronald I. of Stevensville, a daughter Faye M. of Chester and two grandchildren.
Funeral services were held May 31 from the Lane Funeral Home, Chester conducted by the Reverend Roy B. Phillips of the Kent Island Methodist Church.
Interment was in Stevensville Cemetery and pallbearers were Roy Eaton, Carlton Foster, Medford Clendaniel, William Harris, David and Ray Lewis.

Amos E. Horney Records


Benjamin Horney
Talbot County, Maryland

Easton Star
Tuesday issue, Easton, Talbot County, Maryland
September 3, 1872

HORNEY, Captain Benjamin in Miles River Neck on 21st in 78th year.


Calvin Aaron Horney Sr
of Baltimore City, and Anne Arundel County, Maryland

RETIREMENT ANNOUNCEMENT
MOONBEAMS Vol. 35, No. 12 May 1975
A monthly magazine for employees of Procter & Gamble Manufacturing Department.
Calvin Horney, machinist at Baltimore, grew up in the neighborhood adjacent to the plant. He retired with 24 years of service. He likes to hunt and fish and to build grandfather clocks; he gets the clock works from Germany and builds cabinets and assembles the clocks in his home workshop. Cal and his wife plan to buy a motor home and see more of the US. Their first trip will be to California and Oregon to visit relatives. Sons Ray and Skip and son-in-law Grady Squires are machinists at the Baltimore plant and will be keeping Cal up-to-date on P&G progress.




Photos of my Grandfather
Calvin Horney Records


OBITUARY
Baltimore Sun - Monday, February 16, 1976 page C11
HORNEY
Suddenly on February 11, 1976, Calvin A. Horney Sr., beloved husband of Ella Elizabeth Horney (nee Goldstraw) and devoted father of Raymond A. Horney Sr., Janice Ellen Squires and Calvin A. Horney Jr. Also survived by many brothers and sisters and 7 grandchildren.
Services at the McCully Funeral Home of Pasadena, Mountain and Tick Neck roads, on Wednesday at 2 P.M. Interment in Cedar Hill Cemetery. Family will receive friends 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.

HORNEY
The Sons of the Severn, The Anne Arundel County Barbershop Chorus,
mourns the passing of it's member Calvin A. Horney
and extends sympathy to his wife and family.
Edmund Sutton, President



CALVIN AARON HORNEY SR.
Death of Passenger from Captains Log Book

Abstract from the Log Book No. 24 of the M. S. "Mikhail Lermontov"
Wednesday the 11th of February, 1976,
Voyage 5 from the port of Baltimore
to the port of Puerto Plata / Dominica
The Atlantic Ocean .. 07.30, Log 23, 24
Latitude = 360 11.4 ' N
Longtitude = 750 26.5 ' W
Passenger Mr. Calvin Aaron Horney, 61years old,
has suddenly passed away because of a heart attack.
Captain's watch mates:
Chief mate Popov N. G. and third mate Frolov V. I.
The afore-said abstract is correct.
The Master of the m. s. Mikhail Lermontov 2
(signed)
Captain Oganov A. M.

Calvin Horney Records


Caroline Horney
Bay Hundred, Talbot County, Maryland

Easton Star
Tuesday issue, Easton, Talbot County, Maryland
February 18, 1879

HORNEY, Mrs. Caroline on Thursday, wife of Joseph Horney, county commissioner from Bay Hundred.


Caroline B. "Lina" Horney
Bayside, Talbot County, Maryland

Easton Star
Tuesday issue, Easton, Talbot County, Maryland
November 6, 1883

HORNEY, Lina B. on 9th ult in 33rd year, at fathers, Joseph Horney's residence in Bayside.


Charles Elmer "Buck" Horney
of Grasonville and Chester, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Bay Times
September 4 or 9, 1966

CHARLES "BUCK" HORNEY Funeral services were held Thursday, September 1, at the Lane Funeral Home in Chester for Charles Horney, 73, of Chester, who died in Easton Memorial hospital on Aug. 29, 1966. A life long resident of the county, Mr. Horney was born in Grasonville June 16, 1893 and was a waterman. He is survived by his wife, Victoria Horney, Chester; seven children, Mrs. Melvin Patchett, Easton; Mrs. Oliver Hobbs, Chester, Pen.; Mrs. Jefferson Davis, Wilmington, Del.; Mrs. Robert Horney, Chester, Md.; Mrs. William White, Queenstown, Md.; Donald Horney, New Castle, Del.; and Mrs. Gordon Lowe, Salisbury, Md.; and a brother, Mr. Allie Horney, Grasonville, Md.; twelve grandchildren and five great grandchildren. The Reverend Bion Cecil of the Church of God, Grasonville conducted the services assisted by the Reverend Roma Davis of Pasadena, Md. Pall bearers were Grason Conrad, Kenneth Horney, Albert and Ralph Baker and Denny O'Donnell, Interment was in Spring Hill Cemetery, Easton.

Charles Elmer Horney Records


Charles Emory Horney
of Grasonville and Chester, Queen Anne's County Maryland

Newspaper Clipping

CHARLES HORNEY
Funeral services were held Wednesday, May 28, 1969 at 1 P.M. for Charles Emory Horney, 52, lifelong resident of Queen Anne's County, who died May 25 at the Memorial Hospital in Easton. He had been ill for several months.
He was born on June 1, 1916 in Grasonville and was a correctional officer II at Jessup at the time of his death. He was the son of Harry W. and Mamie Pierson Horney, both of whom still live in Grasonville.
He was a member of the Knights of Pythias, an honorary member of the Kent Island Fire Company, assistant Scoutmaster of Troop 495, Kent Island; a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, and attended the Kent Island United Methodist Church. He served four years in the U.S. Navy.
Besides his parents, Mr. Horney is survived by his wife, Reba Lee Horney; one son, Darrell Evans Horney, Grasonville; and a brother, Merwin, Grasonville. The Rev. Roy Phillips, pastor of the Kent Island United Methodist Church, officiated at services in the Lane Funeral Home, Kent Island, with burial in Stevensville Cemetery. Pallbearers were: Lester Lee, Joseph Baxter, Eugene Haddaway, Elliott Risley and Alvin Tolson.


Bay Times
May 29, 1969

Charles Emory Horney, 52, of Chester died May 25, 1969 in Memorial Hospital, Easton, after an illness of several months.
Born in Grasonville, June 1, 1916, he was a Correctional Officer II at Jessup, Md. Active in Kent Island scouting, he served also as Asst. Scoutmaster of Troop 495 of Kent Island. A Navy veteran of 4 years service, he was a honorary member of Kent Island Fire Co., and a member of 7th Day Adventist Church in Grasonville, as well as being active in the Kent Island United Methodist Church.
He is survived by both parents, Harry W. and Mamie Pearson Horney, his wife, Reba Lee Horney of Chester, a son, Darrell Evans at home and a brother Merwin of Grasonville. Funeral services were conducted from the Lane Funeral Home, Chester, on Wednesday May 28th at 1 p.m. by the Reverend Roy B. Phillips of the Kent Island United Methodist Church.
Pall bearers were Lester Lee, Joseph Baxter, Eugene Haddaway, Elliott Risley, Orem Thompson, and Alvin Tolson. Burial was in Stevensville Cemetery.


The Sun, Baltimore
Wednesday Morning, May 28, 1969

CHARLES HORNEY
RITES SCHEDULED
Correctional Officer Was
Assigned To Jessup

Chester, Md., Mary 27
(Special) Funeral services
for Charles E. Horney, a
correctional officer, will be held
at 1 P.M. tomorrow at the Lance
Funeral establishment here.
Mr. Horney, who was 52, died
Sunday at Easton Memorial
after a short illness.
A lifelong resident of the Kent
Island area, he was employed
as a correctional officer at the
Maryland House of Correction,
Jessup.
He also served four years in
the United States Navy.
Mr. Horney was assistant
scoutmaster for troop 495,
Kent Island.
He is survived by his wife,
the former Reba Lee, a son,
Darrell Horney, of Grasonville,
Md., his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry W. Horney, of Grasonville,
and a brother, Merwin Horney,
of Grasonville.


Eliza Ann Keene Horney
Wife of John Horney

Cambridge Chronicle
Cambridge, Dorchester County, Maryland
August 11, 1838

June 22d, at res of her brother, Robert T. Keene,
in Caroline Co, Mrs. Eliza Ann, consort of John Horney,
in 28th yr, member of Roman Cath Church.

Source: Marriages & Deaths of the Lower Delmarva 1835 - 1840
by F. Edward Wright. Family Line Publications 1987
.



Florence Beels Horney
wife of Thomas W. Horney
of Long Bar Harbor, Harford County, Maryland

The Baltimore Sun
December 8, 1963

HORNEY
Suddenly, On December 6, 1963, FLORENCE BEELS, of Long Bar Harbor, Md., beloved wife of Thomas W. Horney.
Services at the McComas Funeral Home, Agingdon, Md., on Monday at 2 P.M. Interment in Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Joppa, Md.
Friends may call on Sunday evening 7 P.M. till 9 P.M.



Bel Air Aegis
December 12, 1963

Mrs. Florence B. Horney
Mrs. Florence Beels Horney, wife of Thomas W. Horney, of Long Bar Harbor, died on Friday, December 6.
Besides her husband she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Grace L. Doenges, Long Bar Harbor; a grandaughter, Mrs Herman Johnson, Edgewood; a sister, Mrs. Charles Rode, Baltimore.
The Reverend C. D. Machin conducted funeral services at the McComas Funeral Home, Abingdon, on Monday at 2 p.m., and burial was in Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Joppa. Those who served as pall bearers were: Messrs. Ross Eck, Donald Ricketts, Roy Cullum, Herman Johnson, Elmer Jarusek, and Charles Rode.


Florence May Melvin Horney

Centreville Record
December 21, 1907

Mrs. May Horney. wife of Mr. Marion Horney, of Wye Island, died at her home last Saturday morning after a brief illness ages about 30 years. Before her marriage she was a Miss Melvin, sister of Mr. William Melvin, of near Willoughby. She is survived by three children, two sons and a daughter. Funeral services were held at her late home Tuesday. Rev. J.W. Norris, pastor of Carmichael M.P. Church, officiating. Interment was made in Chesterfield Cemetery, Centreville.

Florence Melvin Horney Records



Gladys May Horney

Denton Journal
Denton, Caroline County, Maryland
Saturday Morning, March 27, 1915
page 5, column 4

Hillsboro
Miss Gladys Horney, eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Horney, died at
her home near town on Saturday afternoon,
of tuberculosis. Her death was a
shock to the community, as she had been
confined to her bed only a few days.
Funeral services were held in the M. E.
Church Monday afternoon, and interment
was in Greenmount cemetery.

Gladys May Horney Records



Gustavus Horney
Talbot County Maryland

Easton Star
Tuesday issue, Easton, Talbot County, Maryland
April 5, 1881

HORNEY, Gustavus at Easton Point on 21st, 22 yrs, son of late William K. and Amelia Horney.



Easton Ledger
Thursday issue, Easton, Talbot County, Maryland
April 7, 1881

HORNEY, Gustavus at Easton Point on 21st ult in 22nd yr, son of late William K. and Amelia Horney.


Harold & Raymond Horney

The Fort Wayne Daily News
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Friday Evening, January 2, 1903
Page 7

BOYS HAVE LOCKJAW
Christmas Shooting With Blank Cartridges Caused It.

Norfolk, Va., Jan. 2 - A blank
cartridge toy pistol introduced here
for the first time on Christmas, has
resulted in the last three days in the
death from lockjaw of six youths all
of whom were shot in the hand.
Others are expected to die from the same
trouble. The dead up to today are
Charles Morris, aged 13;
John T. White, colored, aged 9;
Walter Abrumsey, aged 7;
Harold Horney, aged 6;
Raymond Horney, aged 5;
and Sam Wilkins, colored, aged 10 years.


Harry Ronald Horney
of Baltimore City and Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Newspaper Clipping

Funeral services were held Wednesday, September 26, 1956 at 3 P.M. for Harry Ronald Horney, better known as "Ronnie", who was one of two teenagers killed in an automobile accident near Grasonville, September 23.
The Rev. Richard Bready, pastor of Kent Island United Methodist Church, officiated at services from Kingsley Methodist Church in Chester. Pallbearers were: Rodney Britt, George Taylor, Jr., Stewart Nash, Larry Hammett, Gerald Thompson, and Clifford Thompson. Burial was in Stevensville Cemetery.
Ronnie was born on October 15, 1938 in Baltimore but had lived in Queen Anne's County for the past 11 years. He was the son of Reba and Emory Horney, who live on Dundee Avenue.
A senior at Stevensville High, where he was active in sports. He worked as a waterman. Also in the Acme supermarket meat department. About a month ago he had joined the Headquarters Company, 2nd battalion, 115th Infantry, Maryland National Guard. He was a member of the Grasonville Recreation Center and attended youth meetings at Grasonville Methodist Church.
Besides his parents, he is survived by a brother, Darrell Evans also at home.


Hilda Tucker Horney
wife of Associate Judge William R. Horney

Baltimore Sun
January 9, 1983

Services held for Hilda Tucker Horney, widow of Associate Judge William R. Horney of the Maryland Court of Appeals, will be at 11 A.M. tomorrow at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Centreville. Mrs. Horney, who was 81, died Friday at the Methodist Manor House in Seaford, Delaware, following a long illness. The former Hilda Tucker was born near Centreville. As a child she moved with her family to Chestertown, graduating from high school there. She moved back to Centreville in 1924 when she married T. Curtis Seward. Mr. Seward died in 1940. In 1944 she married Mr. Horney, then a Judge in the state's 2nd Judicial Circuit. Governor Theodore R. McKeldin named Judge Horney to the Court of Appeals, the state's highest court, in 1957. Mrs. Horney is survived by a sister, Dorothy Tucker Sparks, who resides at the Methodist Manor House in Seaford, Delaware.

Hilda Tucker Horney Records


Isaac J. Horney
Talbot County, Maryland

Easton Star
Tuesday issue, Easton, Talbot County, Maryland
January 1, 1873

HORNEY, Isaac J. at res in Chapel District on 1st in 52nd year.


James Nicols Horney
Talbot County, Maryland

Easton Gazette
Saturday issue, Easton, Talbot County, Maryland
November 19, 1870

HORNEY, James Nicols on 14th in 12th year, at father's residence at Dover Bridge, son of J. and Elizabeth Horney.


James P. Horney
Talbot County, Maryland

Easton Star
Tuesday issue, Easton, Talbot County, Maryland
June 24, 1890

HORNEY, James on 16th, old and highly esteemed citizen, lived on farm near Dover Bridge for 28 years.


James Horney
Easton, Talbot County, Maryland

The News
Frederick Maryland
Monday November 19, 1962
Page 27

BODY FOUND
  Easton, Md. (AP) - James
Horney, 64, of Easton, was found
dead in a thickly wooded area on
the farm of Daniel Geib near here -
apparently the victim of a heart attack.
  State Police, who discovered the
body after more than 100 volunteers
joined them in a search,
said Horney had gone hunting with
his dog at 7 a.m. Saturday.
  He was reported missing by
Geib shortly before 6 p.m. when
the dog returned to the frarm without
his master. An Easton physician
said Horney suffered a coronary attack.


John W. Horney
Grasonville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Centreville Observer
December 24, 1896

Horney, John W. died on Thursday, December 10th, aged 35 years.


John Wesley Horney Sr
Prospect Bay, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Centreville Record
Saturday Morning
August 3, 1901

Mr. John Horney passed away quietly last Thursday night in the 80th year of his age.
Funeral at the 7th Day Adventist Church. Interment at Prospect Bay Farm.
He leaves a widow and several children to mourn his loss.

John Wesley Horney Sr Records


John Wesley Horney Jr
Grasonville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Centreville Observer
March 24, 1923

Horney, John Wesley, aged 67 years, carpenter of the Fifth District, died at his home in Grasonville last Thursday morning of heart trouble. He was a son of the late John W. Horney, and Mary Elizabeth Brown Horney. He is survived by his widow and six sons and four daughters, as follows: Wise Horney, John Horney, and William Horney of Baltimore; Clarence A. Horney, Charles Horney and Aldridge Horney, of Grasonville; Mrs. Thomas Lynch and Mrs. Lofton Teat, of Baltimore, and Mrs. Lizzie O'Donnell and Mrs. Agnes Baker, of Grasonville. Interment in Chesterfield Cemetery.

John Wesley Horney Jr Records


John William Horney
of Baltimore, Maryland

The Baltimore Sun
Saturday, July 14, 1984
page 8A

HORNEY
Suddenly on July 12, 1984,
JOHN WILLIAM, beloved husband
of Catherine (nee Kreipel) Antkowiak,
loving father of John Michael Horney,
devoted stepfather of Marie L. Lovejoy,
William B. Antkowiak, Madeline H. Rasinski,
Martin J. Antkowiak and Catherine E. Helmer of Texas.
Also survived by nine grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Funeral services at the Joseph N. Zennino, Jr.
Funeral Home, 263 S. Conkling street (at Gough)
on Monday at 10 A.M. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
Friends may call on Saturday 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.


Lillian "Lillie" Bryan Horney
wife of Captain Thomas Horney
Grasonville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Centreville Observer
Thursday, March 5, 1931

Horney, Lillian Bryan, died at her home at Grasonville Thursday morning of last week. Death was caused by pneumonia. She was forty nine years old. She was born in this county and was a daughter of the late Jonathan A. Bryan and Annie Costin Bryan. Member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. In early live she married Captain Thomas Horney, a well known resident of the county. He died several years ago.
She is survived by one son, Thomas Horney, Jr. and three sisters, Mrs. Clarence Chambers, of Pottsville, PA; Miss Beatrice Bryan and Mrs. Fannybell Tarr, and Mrs. Susie Bryan, of this county.
Interment in Chesterfield Cemetery, Centreville. The pallbearers were: Raymond C. Bryan, R. Carter Bryan, Edgar Bryan, Vaughn Bryan, Bryan Chambers, and Clarence Chambers.

Lillian Bryan Horney Records


Mamie Catheryn Pierson Horney
wife of Harry Wrightson Horney
of Grasonville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

The Capital
Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Friday, June 30, 1989
page A9, column 3

Obituaries

Mamie P. Horney
Mamie Pierson Horney, 92, of
Relay, and formerly of Grasonville,
died of natural causes Wednesday at
Meridian Nursing Center in Catonsville.
Mrs. Horney was born in Grasonville,
where she worked as a seamstress
at the Perfect Garment store.
She was a member of the Grasonville
Seventh Day Adventist Church
and the Grasonville Senior Citizens.
Surviving is her grandson, Darrell
Horney of Relay.
Funeral services will be held at 2
p.m. Monday at Grasonville Seventh
Day Adventist Church. Burial will be
in Stevensville Cemetery. Funeral
arrangements are by the Tom
Hefenbein Funeral Home in Chester.

Mamie Catheryn Pierson Horney Records


Mary A. Horney
Talbot County, Maryland

Easton Gazette
Saturday issue, Talbot County, Maryland
August 28, 1858

HORNEY, Mary A. at Miles River Ferry 15th inst, dau of William Horney, about 19 years.


Mary E. Wise Horney
of Whiteleysburg, Caroline County, Maryland

Denton Journal
Denton, Caroline County, Maryland
Saturday Morning, March 19, 1932
page 2, column 6

Twenty-Five Years Ago
Taken From The Journal of 25 years Ago This Week

Mrs. Mary E. Horney, the wife of
the late Samuel Horney, died at her
daughter's, Mrs. Jonathan Longfellow's,
of Whiteleysburg, on February 20th, 1907.


Mary E. Wise Horney Records


Mary H. Horney
Grasonville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Centreville Observer
August 18, 1923

Horney, Mary H. Miss, of Grasonville, sister of Capt. Thomas Horney, committed suicide Sunday afternoon by drinking a quantity of paris green. She was the daughter of Peter and Sarah B. Horney and was born in Queen Anne's County in 1871. Interment on the Horney home farm. The pallbearers were her six nephews.


Newspaper Clipping
ENDS LIFE BY TAKING DOSE OF PARIS GREEN
In a fit of melancholia, probably caused by a protracted illness, Miss Mary H. Horney, a highly respected resident of Grasonville, and sister of Capt. Thomas Horney, one of the best known citizens of the fifth district, committed suicide Sunday afternoon by drinking a quantity of paris green. The deceased resided alone and it was not known that she was ill until several hours after she had swallowed the poison.
Dr. Henry Fisher, of Centreville, was summoned at 8 o'clock Sunday evening, and though every effort was made to combat the effects of the poison, the victim died at 12 o'clock Sunday night, ten hours after she had swallowed the fatal poison.
The deceased was a daughter of the late Peter and Sarah B. Horney and was born in Queen Anne's county in 1871. In recent years she had suffered continuous illness and finally had swallowed the fatal poison.
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at her late home in Grasonville, Rev. Henry Covington, officiating. Interment was on the Horney Home farm. The pall bearers were her six nephews.
Article by Helen Pinder

Dee's note:
Paris Green is a Copper Acetoarsenite, occurs as an emerald Green powder insoluble in water. It is used extensively for dusting on potato vines to destroy the so called potato bug. Also used as a pigment. Care must be taken in its use, as it is extremely poisonous.
Source: Blakistons Medical Dictionary 1st printing, 1890, 3rd printing, 1949.

Mary H. Horney Records


Noah Wrightson Horney
Grasonville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

October 6, 1932

HORNEY, Noah Wrightson, waterman of Grasonville, died at his home Tuesday afternoon. He was seventy three years old. He is survived by his wife who before her marriage was Miss Annie E. Selker. He also leaves three sons Charles K. Horney, Harry W. Horney, and William W. Horney of Grasonville and one daughter Mrs. Anne Baumgard of Baltimore. He also leaves one brother Peter Horney of Baltimore. Requim Mass at St. Peters Catholic church, near Queenstown on interment in St. Peter's cemetery. The pallbearers were; B .F. Miller, Edward S. Thompson, James B. Hess, William E. King, William Evans and Caroll Pierson.

Noah Wrightson Horney Records


Paul Vernon Horney
of Wittman and Easton, Talbot County, Maryland

Baltimore Sun
August 3, 1977

Paul Horney, Easton plumber
Easton (special) - Services for Paul V. Horney, a plumber who had worked for several firms in this area, will be held at 2 P.M. tomorrow at the Newman funeral establishment here.
Mr. Horney, who was 53 and lived in Easton, died Monday at the Kent-Queen Anne Hospital, in Chestertown, following a heart attack. A native of Wittman, Md., he was a graduate of St. Michaels High School and served as a radioman in the Navy during World War II.
He was a charter member of the E. E. Streets Memorial Post, of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and was a member of the Talbot Post, of the American Legion.
He is survived by his wife, the former Verna Lee Shaffer three daughters, Mrs. Sandra H. Laird, of Chester, Md., and Mrs. Paula M. Kennedy and Janet L. Horney both of Easton, two sisters, Mrs. Doris Russell, of Oxford, Md., and Mrs. Betty J. Smith of Easton, and four brothers, J. Donald, F. Duvall, James E. and L. Wayne Horney, all of Easton.

Paul Vernon Horney Records


Peter Horney
Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Centreville Record
October 1, 1885

A list of Registered Voters Fifth Election District
Name stricken off due registered voter's list:
Horney, Peter - Dead

Peter Horney Records


Peter James Horney
February 24, 1862 ~ October 13, 1949
Queen Anne's County & Baltimore City, Maryland

Baltimore Evening Sun
Friday, November 14, 1949
page 56

HORNEY
On October 13, 1949
Peter J. of 1721 South Charles street,
beloved husband of the late Wilhelmina Horney (nee Thomas).
Services in the A. Howard Evans Funeral Home,
1400 South Charles Street, on Saturday at 2 P.M.
Burial in Cedar Hill Cemetery.








Peter James Horney
Photos of my G G Grandfather
Peter James Horney Records



Phillip Horney
Talbot County, Maryland

Easton Gazette
Saturday issue, Easton, Talbot County, Maryland
June 11, 1842

Died this town Thursday last, Phillip Horney.


Raymond & Harold Horney

The Fort Wayne Daily News
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Friday Evening, January 2, 1903
Page 7

BOYS HAVE LOCKJAW
Christmas Shooting With Blank Cartridges Caused It.

Norfolk, Va., Jan. 2 - A blank
cartridge toy pistol introduced here
for the first time on Christmas, has
resulted in the last three days in the
death from lockjaw of six youths all
of whom were shot in the hand.
Others are expected to die from the same
trouble. The dead up to today are
Charles Morris, aged 13;
John T. White, colored, aged 9;
Walter Abrumsey, aged 7;
Harold Horney, aged 6;
Raymond Horney, aged 5;
and Sam Wilkins, colored, aged 10 years.


Roy M. Horney
of Queen Anne's and Caroline County, Maryland

Roy M. Horney of Denton passed away on Wednesday, March 12, 2003 in Caroline Hospice Nursing Home in Denton after a short illness. He was 87 years old. Born in Queen Anne's County, Mr. Horney was the son of the late Alpheus and Lanie Dean Horney.
He retired from the duPont Wilmington Shops in 1979 after 37 1/2 years of service, where he was a machinist.
Mr. Horney enjoyed trap shooting, bowling and travelling, especially his Maine trips. His first wife, Virginia Morgan Horney, died in 1969.
Mr. Horney is survived by his wife, Louise, whom he married in 1981; one sister, Kathryn Stranahan of Ridgely; two step-sons, Paul Sharp Jr. and his wife, Mary, of Waterman, Ill., and Richard "Rick" Sharp and his wife, Marsha, of Greensboro; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. Three brothers, Dean, Alpheus "Al", and Marvin Horney, and four sisters, Beulah Bear, Dorothy Breeding, Mary Buckle and Mabel Cole, are deceased.
Funeral services will be 2 p.m., Saturday, March 15, at the Moore Funeral Home, P.A., 12 South Second Street, Denton, where friends may call Friday evening from 7 until 9 p.m. Interment will be in Denton Cemetery, Denton, MD.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Ames United Methodist Church, c/o, Charlotte Speir, 8882 Watts Creek Lane, Denton, Md. or Caroline Hospice Foundation, PO Box 362, Denton, Md. 21629.



Samuel K. Horney
Talbot and Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Centreville Observer
December 18, 1920

HORNEY, Samuel K., 72, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Finley Holden, near Queenstown.
He is survived by his daughter and one son, Hilbert Horney, of Wilmington, Delaware. Interment in Chesterfield Cemetery.

Samuel K. Horney Records


Susannah Horney
Talbot and Dorchester County, Maryland

Denton Journal
Denton, Dorchester County, Maryland
Saturday Morning
June 16, 1900
page 4

Miss Susannah Horney died Sunday at the home of her nephew, John Horney,
in Cambridge, aged 83. She was a sister of the late James P. Horney, of Talbot.
Her remains were brought here and interred at the home of her nephew, William Horney,
at Dover Bridge on Tuesday,
Rev. L. F. Warner of Calvery M.P. Church Officiating
~ Easton Ledger.


Susannah Horney Records


Temperance Caulk Horney
Talbot County, Maryland

Easton Star
Tuesday issue, Easton, Talbot County, Maryland
November 13, 1877

HORNEY, Mrs. Temperance on 4th inst. at Norfolk, Virginia in 71st year, relict of Captain Benjamin of Talbot County.


Thomas W. Horney
of Scranton, Pennsylvania and
Abingdon, Harford County, Maryland

The Baltimore Sun
December 30, 1966

Thomas W. Horney
Services for Thomas W. Horney, a retired senior storekeeper at Edgewood Arsenal, will be held at 2 P.M. tomorrow at the McComas funeral establishment, Abingdon, Md.
Mr. Horney, who was 82, died Wednesday at his home, Long Bar Harbor, Abingdon, from the complications of old age.
Born in Scranton, Pa., he moved to Abingdon in 1909 and worked as a farmer until after World War I. He then went to Edgewood Arsenal as a dispatcher in the garage, was later made storekeeper of maintenance supplies. He was named senior storekeeper some years later and retired in 1947.
His survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Grace Doenges, of Abingdon.



The Baltimore Sun
December 30, 1966

HORNEY
On December 28, 1966, THOMAS W., of Long Bar Harbor, Abingdon, Md., beloved husband of the late Florence Horney (nee Beels) and devoted father of Grace Doenges.
Services at the McComas Funeral Home, Abingdon, Md., on Saturday at 2 P.M. Interment in Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Joppa, Md. Friends may call Friday from 7 to 9 P.M.



Catonsville Herald-Argus
January 5, 1967

Thomas W. Horney
Thomas W. Horney, husband of the late Florence Beels Horney of Long Bar Harbor, Abingdon, died on Wednesday, December 28.
Mr. Horney, son of the late Thomas T. and Susan Cunningham Horney, was a long time resident of Abingdon after coming from Scranton, Pa., and a retired government employee.
He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Grace Doenges of Abingdon; a sister, Mrs. Ellen Johnson of Aberdeen; a grandchild and one great grandchild.
Funeral services were held on Saturday, December 31 at 2 p.m. from the McComas Funeral Home, Abingdon, with the Reverend R. Dennis Schulze officiating. Interment was in the Trinity Lutheran Cemetery. The pall bearers were Donald Ricketts, William Dinka, Herman Johnson, Roy Cullum, Ross Eck and George Sills.


Vicey R. Jewell Horney
Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Centreville Record
January 28, 1888

At the residence of her husband, in Wye Neck, January 18th, 1888,
after more than three years suffering from consumption, Vicy R. Horney,
beloved wife of Samuel K. Horney, in the 23d year of her age.
The following was written by the deceased and found after death in the Holy Bible:
When within my grave I am laid will you miss me much,
Will you miss the eyes that was fond of watching for you, sweet;
Will you miss the quiet talk that drew heart to heart bonds true,
And all my faults forgive and forget them too?
Remember that my heart faithful was and true,
Its love all your own, full, entire and yours alone.
Shall you miss me then, my love, and my faults forgive?
I will hold you in my heart all the hours that you live.
Till the tomb shall open wide,
And we both sleep side by side.

She was a good wife and kind mother.
her husband.

Vicey R. Jewell Horney Records


Wesley Raymond Horney
of Queen Anne's County, Maryland

The Capital
Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Monday, February 9, 1990
page A5, columns 3 & 4

Obituaries
Wesley Raymond Horney, 78, of
Grasonville, died suddenly yesterday
at Memorial Hospital in Easton.
Mr. Horney worked for R B Baker
and Sons of Queenstown for more
than 50 years as a truck driver.
Born and educated in Grasonville,
Mr. Horney served in the Army
during World War II in Normandy,
France, and the Rhineland. He
received the American Theater
Service Ribbon, European African
Middle Eastern Service Ribbon, the
Purple Heart Medal, World War II
Victory Ribbon and the Good
Conduct Medal.
He was active in the Grasonville
Veterans of Foreign Wars and
Knights of Pythias, Winchester
Lodge, where he was treasurer for
many years. He also enjoyed gardening.
Surviving are his wife of 54 years
the former F. Nataline Tarr one
son, Wesley Benjamin Horney of
Bridgetown, two daughters, Carol
M. Sadler of Grasonville, and John
S. Anthony of Queenstown, one
brother, Garrison Horney of Grasonville,
five grandchildren, and one great-granddaughter.
Funeral services will be held at 11 am tomorrow
at Tom Helfenbein Funeral Home in Chester.
Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery near Easton.
Memorial contributions may be made to
the Grasonville Volunteer Fire Co.

Wesley Raymond Horney Records


Willard Garrison "Garry" Horney
of Grasonville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Willard Garrison "Garry" Horney of Grasonville, MD. died Sunday June 17, 2001 at his home. He was 87. He was the son of the late Raymond F. and Marguerite Mae Horney.

He is survived by his wife of 59 years Mary Margaret Lynch Horney. They had no children. Two nieces Carol Saddler of Grasonville, MD and Joan Anthony of Queenstown, MD. and one nephew Wesley Horney of Goldsboro, MD. A brother Wesley Horney predeceased him Mr. Horney spent his lifetime as a waterman and carpenter. He was a charter member of the Bay Country Moose Lodge # 831.

Funeral Services will be held on Thursday 11AM at the Fellows, Helfenbein & Newnam Funeral Home, P.A. in Chester, MD. Family and friends may call at the funeral home on Wednesday June 20, 2001 from 3Pm to 5PM & 7Pm to 9PM. In lieu of flowers contributions can be made to Immanuel United Methodist Church Grasonville, MD 21638 or Grasonville Volunteer Fire Company Grasonville, MD. 21638


William Horney
Bay Hundred, Tablot County, Maryland

Easton Gazette
Saturday issue, Easton, Talbot County, Maryland
May 23, 1868

HORNEY, William in Bay Hunderd on 12th in 80th year.


William Horney
Miles River Neck, Tablot County, Maryland

Easton Star
Tuesday issue, Easton, Talbot County, Maryland
December 15, 1874

HORNEY, William on 7th in 64th year in Miles River Neck, buried on Sherwood Farm there, always poor, lived their most of his life.


William Marion Horney
of Grasonville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Baltimore Sun - February 28, 1958

HORNEY
On Thursday, February 27, 1958, William Miriam, of Grasonville, Md. Services at Seven Day Adventist Church, Grasonville, Md., on Sunday, March 2, at 2 P.M. Friends may call at home 2 P.M. to 7 P.M. Saturday, March 1. Interment in Stevensville Cemetery, Stevensville, Md.

William Marion Horney Records


William Monroe Horney
Baltimore City and Grasonville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Newspaper Clipping
after June 20, 1939
Monroe Horney Succumbs After Brief Illness

Grasonville Builder Dies At Hospital From Undetermined Ailment

William Monroe Horney, well known builder and contractor of Grasonville died from an undetermined illness at Easton Emergency Hospital Tuesday afternoon at 3:40 o'clock. Mr. Horney was taken ill only Monday afternoon and grew worse rapidly. He was 37 years old.
Born in Grasonville on January 9, 1902, Mr. Horney was the son of Mrs. Wise Horney and the late Mr. Horney. His boyhood was spent in Grasonville but he lived in Baltimore from the time he was fifteen until about seven years ago.
He was a successful builder and contractor, his business growing rapidly in recent years. He had built a number of homes in Queen Anne's County and recently took charge of the renovation of the Centreville Cooling Station.
Mr. Horney had a wide circle of acquaintances but belonged but few organizations. He was a Past Chancellor Commander of the Knights of Pythias Lodge of Grasonville, and was a member of the Queenstown Lions Club.
He married the former Clara May Talbot of Baltimore in that city on August 11, 1920. He is survived by his wife, his mother, a son, Gerald Horney; a daughter, Doris Horney, and a sister, Mrs. Hazel Smith of Baltimore.
Funeral services will be held from the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Grasonville Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock with the Rev. Mr. Moffett officiating. The Lions Club will attend the services in a body.
The bearers will be Frank Delhay, Royden Curlett, William Melvin, Edward Thompson, Charles Thomas and Fred Baker.
Interment will be in Chesterfield Cemetery in Centreville.



Newspaper Clipping
after June 20, 1939

An Appreciation
W. Monroe Horney

It is with deep regret that we are called upon to write about the passing so early in life of such a splendid personality as MONROE HORNEY. Not only is Grasonville saddened by the shocking news of his death, but hundreds from other parts of the county who were aquainted with Monroe Horney are still bewildered at the suddeness of his going.
He was a sincere, capable businessman, and a true and loyal husband and father. Those of us who were privileged to be in Monroe's company of an evening, and those of us who used to sit around and enjoy his good fellowship, will be the ones that will miss such a kind and friendly companion. His love for music, and the rounded harmonies that came from his melodious voice are still ringing in the ears of those closest to him.
His wife and children will miss their devoted daddy, but in the quietness of these hours let us hope that these sincere expressions of our high regard for him, whom they loved so well, will help sooth the soreness now touching their hearts.
We are sure that those whom he has left behind will join with us in holding our heads high and say "Monroe we are proud of you."

Thanks Monroe for you friendship sincere,
And the sunshine you left with those of us here.
Your task on earth is now at an end,
Your association will now be with our Master and Friend.

If you only knew what an emptiness there will be,
Each time we turn around and think of thee.
That your suffering was not long we offer our thanks,
To the One who rules over the heavenly ranks.



William Otis Horney, Sr
of Easton, Talbot County and Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun (Baltimore)
Thursday, December 15, 1974
Classified Section, page 1 (1MX)

Death Notices
HORNEY

On December 13, 1974 WILLIAM
OTIS SR., beloved husband of
Myrtle Adams Horney, father of
William Otis Horney, Jr., grand-
father of William Otis III, John
T. and Priscilla A. Horney.
Services at Henry W. Jenkins
& Sons, 4905 York road on
Tuesday at 11 A.M. Interment in
Spring Hill Cemetery, Easton
Md. at 1:30 P.M. Friends may call
2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M.



The Sun (Baltimore)
December 17, 1974

Funeral services for William Otis Horney, Sr., a retired hardware store owner, will be held at 11 A.M. today at the Jenkins funeral establishment, 4905 York Road.
Mr. Horney, who was 79 and lived at 816 East 35th street, died Friday at his home after a long illness.
He retired in 1968 after operating his own store for nearly 50 years near the Lexington Market. He was a former President of the Baltimore Retail Hardware Association. A native of Easton, he was a former member of the Eastern Shore Society and served in the Army during World War I.
He is survived by his wife, the former Myrtle Adams; a son, William O. Horney, Jr., of Catonsville; a brother, J. Clifford Horney, of Easton; two sisters, M. Myrtle and Ruth E. Horney, both of Baltimore and three grandchildren.

William Otis Horney Sr. Records


William S. Horney
of Bay Hundred, Talbot County, Maryland

Denton Journal
Denton, Caroline County, Maryland
Saturday, April 26, 1902
Page 3, column 4

Former Sheriff Wm S. Horney died
Sunday at his home in Polpye Bay
Hundred, He was 58 years old. He
was the son of that grand old man
and sturday Democrat, Joseph Horney,
and leaves a widow and son,
Captain Albert Horney, an officer in
the State Fishery Force Service.
He was elected Sheriff in 1885.
--- Easton Ledger

William S. Horney Records


William Winters Horney, Jr
of Grasonville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Star Democrat
September 30, 1993

Grasonville - William Winters Horney, Jr.
of Grasonville died on Tuesday, Sept. 28, 1993 at his home. He was 69.
Born in Grasonville on March 2, 1924, he was the son of
the late William Winters Horney Sr. and the late Agnes Quail.
He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II in Europe
and then served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War and the Vietnam Conflict.
He retired from the Army in October 1967 with over 24 years of service.
He received the National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal,
Vietnam Campaign Medal w/ 50 device. He was a past member of
Grasonville V.F.W. and Kent Island American Legion.
Mr Horney is survived by a sister, Mary L. Swiston of Glen Burnie.
Services will be held at noon on Saturday October 2, at Helfenbein Funeral Home, Chester.
Friends may call at the funeral home from 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, October 1.
Burial will be in Stevensville, Cemetery.
Arrangements by Tom Helfenbein Funeral Home, Chester.

William Winters Horney Jr. Records

HORTEN


John W. Horten
of Govans, Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Monday Morning, March 6, 1939
Page 11

HORTEN - On March 5, 1939, at his
residence, 706 Arlington avenue,
Govans, JOHN W., SR., beloved husband
of the late Julia Ellinghaus Horten.
Funeral from the above residence on
Thursday, March 9, at 8:30 A. M.
Requiem High Mass at the Blessed
Sacrament Church at 9 A. M.
Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery.

John W. Horten Records


Julia M. Ellinghaus Horten
of Govans, Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Monday Morning, February 15, 1937
Page 15

HORTEN - On February 14, 1937, at
her residence, 706 Arlington avenue,
Govans, JULIA M. ELLINGHAUS,
beloved wife of John W. Horten.
Funeral from the above residence on
Wednesday, February 17, at 8:30 A. M.
Requiem High Mass at the Church
of the Blessed Sacrament at 9 A. M.
Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery.

Julia M. Ellinghaus Horten Records

HUBBARD


William Thomas Hubbard
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Monday, May 14, 1945 page 14
and Tuesday May 15, 1945 page 16

HUBBARD
Suddenly, on May 12, 1945,
William T., beloved husband of Elizabeth J. Hubbard (nee Trimble*.)
Services at his home, 301 Hillcrest avenue, Brooklyn, on Thursday at 8:45 A.M.
Requiem High Mass at St. Rose of Lima Church at 9:15 A.M.
Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery.

*   note: obituary stated that Elizabeth J. Hubbard's maiden name was Trimble.
      The newspaper was incorrect, Elizabeth's maiden name was Tribull.


LINTHICUM


Augusta "Gussie" Hokemeyer Linthicum
Born Germany ~ Died Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Friday Morning, April 11, 1952
page 22

LINTHICUM
On April 10, 1952, AUGUSTA (nee Hokemeyer), of 514 Sheridan avenue, beloved wife of the late Charles K. Linthicum and the mother of Mr. Charles K. Linthicum and the late William H. Linthicum and sister of Mr. Henry, William, and George Hokemeyer. Services will be held at the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home, 5305, Harford Road (at Echodale avenue), on Saturday, at 3 P.M. Interment in Parkwood Cemetery.

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Charles Govans Linthicum
Veterinary Surgeon of Baltimore, Maryland
born Maysville, Mason County, Kentucky
died Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun Baltimore
Tuesday morning
December 15, 1898
Page 4

LINTHICUM On Wednesday, December 14, at his late residence, No. 509 South Paca Street, Dr. CHARLES G. LINTHICUM, in the 79th year of his age, beloved husband of Mary J. Linthicum. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services, on Saturday, at 10 A.M. Interment (private) at Louden Park. (No flowers)


Obituary
The Sun Baltimore
Tuesday Morning
December 15, 1898
page 10

DR. CHARLES G. LINTHICUM
Dr. Chas. G. Linthicum, the well-known veterinary surgeon, died at his residence, 509 South Paca Street, at 10 o'clock yesterday morning of acute pneumonia. Dr. Linthicum, who was seventy-eight years of age, was in robust health until about a week ago, when he got a heavy cold, which developed into pneumonia. He was attended by Dr. D. C. Bartley. Monday night his condition became alarming, and he never rallied. For over fifty years Dr. Linthicum was prominent as a veterinarian in this city. He was born in Maysville, Ky. He leaves a widow and seven children. The sons are Charles K. and William B. Linthicum, and the daughters are Mrs. D. H. Warfield, Mrs. William Wright, Mrs. C. N. Forrest, and misses Maggie and Katie Linthicum.

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Charles Keyser Linthicum Sr
of Baltimore, Maryland

The Sun Baltimore
Monday
December 21, 1925
Page 15

LINTHICUM
On December 18, 1925,
CHARLES K., beloved husband of Augusta H. Linthicum.
Funeral services at his late residence,
4607 List Avenue, Lauraville, on Monday at 2:30 P.M.
Interment private.

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Charles Keyser Linthicum Jr
of Baltimore & Anne Arundel County, Maryland

The Sun Baltimore
November 14, 1959
page 21
LINTHICUM
On November 13, 1959, CHARLES K., formerly of 1407 Webster Street, the beloved husband of Florence Nagel Linthicum and devoted father of Mrs. Vivian Kern, Mrs. Doris Jory, Mrs. Ruth Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Betty Burke, Mrs. Marie Lenivy, Mr. Charles Linthicum, Jr., Mrs. Nancy Weston and Mrs. Florence Kucha.
Services at his home, 410 Potomac Avenue, Pasadena, Md., on Tuesday at 1 P.M. Interment in Glen Haven Cemetery. Arrangements by McCully, Funeral Homes.

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George Washington Linthicum
Veterinary Surgeon of Baltimore, Maryland

The Sun Baltimore
Saturday morning
December 11, 1897
Page 4

DIED
LINTHICUM
At his late residence, No. 518
South Paca Street, on December 10,
at 4 A.M., GEORGE W., aged 36 years,
husband of Maggie W. and son of
Dr. Charles G. and Mary J. Linthicum.
Interment Private. [No flowers].

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Florence May Nagel Linthicum
of Baltimore City & Anne Arundel County, Maryland


The Sun Baltimore
August 5, 1985

LINTHICUM
On August 4, 1985, FLORENCE M. (nee Nagel) beloved wife of the late Charles K. Linthicum, devoted mother of Doris Jory, Betty Burke, Charles Linthicum Jr., Nancy Weston, Florence Kucha, and the late Vivian Kern, Ruth Fitzpatrick, Marie Lenivy, and sister of Anna Byron, and John Nagel. Also survived by 21 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren and 4 great-great grandchildren. Services at the McCully Funeral Home of Pasadena, Mountain Road and Tick Neck Road on Wednesday at 11 A.M. Interment in Glen Haven Memorial Cemetery. Family will receive friends Monday and Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.

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Mary Jane Miller Linthicum
Born Howard District Anne Arundel County
died Baltimore City, Maryland


The Sun Baltimore
Wednesday morning
August 26, 1903
page 4

LINTHICUM
On Tuesday, August 25, 1903, at 12:30 P.M.,
MARY J., widow of the late Charles G. Linthicum.
Funeral from the residence of her son-in-law, D. Hiram Warfield.
No. 506 South Paca Street, on Friday at 10 A.M. Interment private.

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LOESSEL


John H. Loessel

The Sun, Baltimore
Tuesday Morning
April 25, 1905
Page 4

LOESSEL, - On April 24, 1905, JOHN H., aged
27 years, beloved husband of Sophia M. Loessel
(nee Ellinghaus).
Relatives and friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral from his late
residence, No. 1705 North Fulton avenue, on Thursday
morning, April 27, at 8 o'clock, thence to St.
Gregory's Church, where a Requiem Mass will be said.

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Sophia M. Ellinghaus Loessel

The Sun, Baltimore
Tuesday Morning, June 3, 1952
Page 28

LOESSEL, - On June 1, 1952, SOPHIA M.
(nee Ellinghaus), of 1500 East Twenty-
ninth street, beloved wife of the late
John H. Loessel.
Services from the Leonard J. Ruck
& Sons Funeral Home, 5305 Harford
road (at Echodale avenue) on
Wednesday at 8:15 A.M. Requiem High
Mass at St. Bernard's Church at 9 A.M.
Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery.

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NASH


Frederick W. Nash
of Baltimore City, Maryland

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NASH
Suddenly on May 11, 1971, FREDERICK WILLIAM NASH,
of 1721 S. Hanover Street, beloved husband of Shirley M. Nash (nee McDonough)
and devoted father of Martin, Frederick, Jr., and Michael Nash;
son of Mrs. Florence Nash and the late Arthur Nash; brother of Arthur P. Nash.
Services at the McCully Funeral Home, 130 E. Fort Avenue, on Friday at 9:30 A.M.
Requiem mass at Holy Cross Church at 10 A.M. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery.
The family will receive friends from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.


NASH
The Steam Fitters Local Union No. 438, AFL-CIO,
announces with deep regret the death of Brother FREDERICK W. NASH, SR.
Donald McAllister, Business Manager.

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O'DONNELL


Kate Horney O'Donnell
Winchester, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Centreville Observer
August 30, 1919

O'Donnell, Kate, of Winchester, died at her home last Sunday of tuberculosis.
She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Horney, also of Winchester.
Besides her husband and parents, she leaves a number of brothers and sisters,
and one child. Funeral services were held at the Adventist Church in Winchester
and interment in Chesterfield Cemetery.

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PETERSON


Charles F. Peterson
of Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun, Baltimore
Saturday, August 11, 1973
page B 10

PETERSON
Suddenly, on August 9, 1973,
CHARLES F., SR., of Maisel
street, beloved husband of
Evelyn Peterson (nee Walters),
devoted father of Charles F. Jr.,
William J., Joseph, Arthur P.,
Frederick W. Peterson, Florence
Boror, Mary Messoria; beloved
son of Sarah E. Peterson (nee
Spencer), devoted brother of
Florence Nash. Also survived
by seven grandchildren.
Services at the McCully Funeral
Home, 130 East Fort Avenue, on
Resurrection at Holy Cross Church
at 10 A.M. Interment in Holy
Cross Cemetery. Christian Wake
services on Monday at 8 P.M.
Family will receive friends from
3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.

* This obituary also ran in the Sun, Baltimore August 12 & 13 1973

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Julia Ellinghaus Peterson
Born Hanover, Prussia, Germany died Baltimore City, Maryland

The Sun Baltimore
Tuesday Morning February 26, 1929
Page 24

PETERSON
On February 25, 1929, JULIA PETERSON, aged 66 years, beloved wife of the late Nicholas Peterson. Funeral from the residence of her son, Frederick W. Peterson, 128 West Randall street, on Wednesday, at 8:30 A. M. Requiem Mass at Holy Cross Church at 9 A. M. Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery.


* Dee's note: Julia Ellinghaus Peterson was my great great grandmother. Julia's death certificate and obituary stated that she died at age 66 years but the 1900 census stated that Julia was born September 1855. All additional census records where Julia Ellinghaus Peterson was found also listed her year of birth at 1855. This would have made Julia Ellinghaus Peterson's age at death about 74 years old, not 66 years old.

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TARR


William Edward Tarr
of Winchester, Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Queen Anne's Record Observer
June 21,1921

TARR, Capt William E, 68 died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. James Thompson of Winchester. He is survived by 3 daughters and one son, Mrs Mary Elizabeth Thompson, Mrs Grace M Ruth, Miss Sadie L Tarr and Clarence P. Tarr. He also leaves 21 grandchildren and several brothers and sisters. Interment in Chesterfield cemetery.

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THOMAS


Clara M. Talbot - Horney - Thomas
of Baltimore City, Queen Anne's and
Cambridge, Dorchester County, Maryland

Queen Anne's Record Observer
January 27, 1993

Cambridge
Clara Horney Thomas, a former boarding house owner, died Saturday at the Glasgow Nursing Home.
The 90-old Baltimore native was the wife of William Monroe Horney who died in 1939.
Mrs. Thomas lived in Grasonville, Queenstown, and later Cambridge.
From 1987 until her death, Mrs. Thomas lived in the Glasgow nursing home.
She is survived by a daughter, Doris Kerns of Chester, and a son, Gerald L. Horney, of Cambridge.
She is also survived by several children and grandchildren.
A memorial service will be conducted at 11 a.m. on Jan. 29 at the Thomas Funeral Home at 700 Locust Street in Cambridge.

TRACEY


Thomas Tracey
Poplar Ridge, Anne Arundel County, Maryland

Newspaper Clipping
found in Weaver family bible

TRACEY
On August 22, 1955, Thomas, of Poplar Ridge, Pasadena, beloved husband of the late Elizabeth M. Tracey (nee Price). Funeral from the Singleton Funeral Home, Crain Highway and Second Avenue, S.W., Glen Burnie, on Wednesday at 1 P.M. Interment in Magothy Church Cemetery, Jacobsville.

YOUNG


Eugene Young
Born Paris, France, died Baltimore, Maryland


Baltimore News Post
March 31, 1952
page 25

On March 29, 1952 Eugene, beloved husband of Ida B. Young (nee Thomas). Services held in his home, 2843 Louisiana Avenue, on Wednesday at 2 P.M. Burial in Cedar Hill Cemetery.

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Ida Isabelle Thomas Hoofnagle Young
Born Winchester, Queen Anne's County, Maryland
died Baltimore City, Maryland


Baltimore Sun
May 22, 1952
page 33

On May 21, 1952 Ida B. (nee Thomas), beloved wife of the late Eugene Young. Services held at he home of her daughter, Mrs. Nina E. Young. 1826 Byrd Street, on Saturday at 2 P.M. Burial in Cedar Hill Cemetery.

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