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GRAVESTONES OF FREDERICK COUNTY MARYLAND
(Including a number from contiguous areas in Howard and Carroll counties)

No. 5 of a series - by J.M. Holdcraft

Transcribed and submitted by Debbie Bittle-Wilson
and was given to her family by Mr Holdcraft

SMALL CHURCH AND FAMILY CEMETERIES
With index of Surnames

Mimeographed March 1958

This booklet serves as a catch-all for the numerous small graveyards scattered over the 
countryside, in Frederick and bordering areas of Carroll and Howard counties.  Since each 
separate list is too small to serve as its own index, and to lighten the task of the 
researcher, a list of surnames only is appended.

NOTE:  Inadvertently the compiler typed a duplicate Page 41.  This has been inserted as 
41a and the index has been corrected, but several blank pages will show up in the book.  
Nothing has been omitted.

Since space is an important consideration, many abbreviations have been used herein.  
The less obvious ones follow:

w or w/o – wife or wife of
s, d, s/o, d/o – son, daughter of
na – no age given                        bs – broken stone
dbg – dates below ground                 fs – flat stone
es – eroded stone                        UM – Undertaker’s marker
a – age                                  b & d – born and died

age of deceased is designated in years, months, days, thusly:  75-4-23

January – JA            February – FE             March – MH
April – AP              May – MY                  June – JE
July – JY               August – AU               September – SE
October – OC            November – NO             December – DE

Veterans are distinguished by VET at end of line and outfit is given where possible.
Illegible or missing letters or figures are indicated by the query symbol  ?  .

NOTE:  The following originally appeared as an afterword in the original booklet, 
following the index.  I felt it was more important to have it precede the inscriptions 
of the cemeteries and thus inform those searching here for family records to be aware 
that many family records have been destroyed by time and ignorance. Many farmers did 
move the stones since many cemeteries were in the middle of a field, often on the crest 
of a hill and the family(s) buried there no longer inhabited the farm or the area.  I 
know of several cemeteries that exist only by oral tradition—the physical traces long 
since removed. d.b.
  

A hundred years or so ago there were probably 500 family cemeteries on farms in 
Frederick county alone.  The elements and desire of farmers for unbroken furrows have 
taken a tremendous toll.  Casual readers of these lines who may know of such graveyards 
unlisted here are invited to send locations, or a list of the names on the stones, to 
the address below.  Full credit will be given to any such contributor when the names 
are published.  Generations yet unborn will appreciate your thoughtfulness in leaving 
these vital records.

J.M. Holdcraft
5314 Belleville Ave.
Baltimore 7, Md.

  • OLD HARNE FARM
    tenanted in 1957 by TRESSLER. On road from Unionville to Woodville.
    (Copied 15 OC 1957 by Mary Danner DUDDERAR and JMH)
    ALDRIDGE, Emily J  d/o Oliver & Priscilla 18 SE 1818  age 3
    ALDRIDGE, Maryie E  7 JY 1848  age 12
    ALDRIDGE, Priscilla w/o Oliver P  3 MY 1849  age 34-11-22
    POOLE, Brice  1 AU 1820  49-5-7
    	w Ashsah 10 JE 1837  66-5-4
    	s George W dates below ground on this stone
    POOLE, G. W.  & Catherine – children of:
    	Emily  18 SE 1834  1-10-12
    	Rachel  15 AU 1837  7-0-10
    POOLE, Susanna 9 JE 1822  18-0-2
    
    
  • BAKER FAMILY CEMETERY at Oak Orchard. (Copied 28 FE 1956)
    BAKER, Adam  s/o Henry & Eva  22 DE 1837  68-4-0
    	w Mary  14 DE 1848  68-0-15
    BAKER, Catherine  1 NO 1829-26 JE 1897
    BAKER, Eve  see Eve CRUMPACKER
    BAKER, Henry  Sr.  7 DE 1815  72-3-3
    	w Eva  June 1747-July 1828
    
    BAKER, Henry and R – children of:
    	Catherine E  24 MH 1846  6-0-0
    	Sarah C  7 AU 1846  0-5-19
    	Sarah R 13 MH 1846  0-3-26 
                 (Some discrepancy is apparent here.  Were Henry & R. 
                  and Henry & Rebecca the same?  Or were there two Henrys 
                  who each had a daughter Sarah?)
    	William G.  11 MH 1846 1-6-4
    
    BAKER, Henry and Rebecca – children of:
    	Alice R.  28 AP 1856  5-3-1
    	Anna Mary  29 JY 1846  1-7-24
    	Emma C.  29 AP 1856  7-3-1
    
    BAKER, Joseph  10 MH 1828-25 JA 1899
    	w Hannah 14 MH 1835-25 NO 1907
    
    
    Page 1

    BAKER, John 24 OC 1821-7 FE 1865 w Mary 24 SE 1811- 10 MH 1875 s Daniel W. 22 JY 1847 0-0-24 s Samuel an infant, dates not legible s Daniel 3 JE 185? letters badly eroded s John T. 11 OC 1832 (or 52) 0-0-6 d Sarah ? AP 1851 1-3-29 s Melville E. 20 JY 1855 0-0-16 s Charles W. 25 JY 1844 0-0-25 BAKER, Magdalene w/o William deceased 31 JY 1860 71-6-? BAKER, William 30 OC 1854 74-3-18 w Catherine 23 AU 1820 32-1-27 d Margaret 3 FE 1826 11-2-22 CRUMBACKER, Eve w/o Abraham & d/o Henry and Eve BAKER 12 AU 1813 29-9-7 HULL, Catherine 11 AP 1840 21-2-6 HULL, John s/o Jacob & Mary 21 AU 1815 4-6-5 NUSBAUM, Catherine 15 MY 1806 – 2 MY 1873

  • This cemetery is on the FRANK BARNES FARM
    between Oak Orchard and Covers Corners. It lies in a woods on the hill back of his house. The stones are crudely lettered. Mr. BARNES said they were carved by an illiterate slave.
    GALLAN, James died SE 1796
    LAG(H), David died 1804 age 64.  The “h” is a small superior letter after the “g”.
    M. M. died 1771.  This may be a footstone.
    MEL, A. died 1790 age 79
    LUGINBEEL, Mary 1766-1774
    LUGINBEEL, Sarah died 1793 age 3
    WORMAN, George (Gor) on stone 6 OC 1804 age 35
    YERGEN, Henry 29 or 27 AP 1792 age 40
    
    
  • On the BROOK BOYLE FARM
    near Unionville tenanted by Jesse MOXLEY. There are some stones nr barn unlettered save one – “Heaven”.

    Page 2

  • CLEMSON FAMILY CEMETERY
    on Hobbs farm north of Unionville and near Clemsonville. This graveyard lies against the hill east of the road from which it is visible. Many stones are flat and others must be buried. (Copied 10 DE 1957 by Mary Danner DUDDERAR and the compiler of this work.)
    BECKIST, Martin 10 JY 1793 age 60. In German.
    CLEMSON, Eleanor 1 AU 1829 0-1-10
    CLEMSON, Elizabeth 14 AU 1797 age 1 year
    CLEMSON, Ephraim Howard 6 AU 1822 1-8-19
    CLEMSON, John 25 MY 1846 age 89
    CLEMSON, Mary 19 FE 1835 12-4-19
    CLEMSON, Mehlon 11 JA 1800  8-0-25
    CLEMSON, Mordecai 23 JY 1817  50-8-2?
    CLEMSON, Octavia 6 JA 1832-14 FE 1832
    CLEMSON, Thomas 23 DE 1801 0-6-13
    EISENBERG, Gabriel 17 JA 1801 age 81
    EISENBERG, Maria Eva 20 AU 1785 age 63
    EVES ? who d 31 MY 1842 age 58. Letters bad.
    JAMES, Margaret 11 AP 1810 2?-3-?
    SCHMAUS, Heinrich 8 JA 1801 age 71. In German.
    SCHWEDNER, John b 1731  d 20 OC 1790.  This is in German and states he was 
    	loved by all his servants and friends.
    SMITH, J.L.M.  A native of Madeira but for last 25 years, 
                   a respectable resident and merchant of Baltimore who 
                   died 20 AU 1844 age 51 after an illness of 4 years
    	       leaving a dutiful wife and one child.
    
    SWEADNER, Martin ?? JY 1811 age 37-11-1
    VARDEN, Elizabeth w/o Josiah 12 AP 1837 26-7-18
    VAUGHN, Elizabeth 4 AP 1830 age 82
    VAUGHN, Mary 8 JY 1783-11 MY 1853
    WHITEHILL, Mary 20 MH 1862.  Broken stone, part missing.
    AL  a fragment with following: of ch__ bury__ was born 4 1821—dep_ted this life
    	JU__ 17, 1825.
    
    Page 3

  • HARBAUGH FAMILY CEMETERY
    lies in field ½ mile east of Sabillasville between Rt. 81 and RR.
    (Copied 10 DE 1957)
    COY, George s/o John & Magdalene 27 AU 1845 0-6-15
    EYSTER, Mary 18 AP 1843 56-7-25
    FUHR, Margaret Barbara see Chas Jacob SCHOLL
    HARBAUGH, Augustus F. s/o Henry of C. and Mary 31 JY 1859 22-3-22
    HARBAUGH, David Keller s/o David & Susan 23 AP 1848 – 6 AU 1853
    HARBAUGH, Inf. d/o same.  No dates.
    HARBAUGH, Elias s/o Jacob and M.A. 1 JA 1782 – 4 AU 1854 and his wife (see footnote)
    	Anna Catherine 23 AU 1793- 15 FE 1849
    HARBAUGH, Inf. s/o Hiram & Ann 3 MH 1857
    HARBAUGH, Inf. s/o Henry & Ann R. 25 SE 1854 na 
    HARBAUGH, Henry bro of Jacob no dates on stone but d ca 1779 age abt 45 (see footnote)
    HARBAUGH, Jacob 5 FE 1730-28 AP 1818
    	w Margaret (d/o Geo SMITH) 18 MH 1803 age 72-11-15 and their children:
    	Yost 18 AU 1777 1-6-0
    	Frederick 14 NO 1779 0-0-13
    	Joseph 5 DE 1780 0-0-3
    	Barbara 12 MH 1768-6 OC 1809
    	Yost 17 MH 1778 – 28 AP 1817
    	Juliann 21 JE 1769 – 11 NO 1812
    	Henry 22 AU 1772 – 11 NO 1844
    HARBAUGH, John of Jacob 27 MY 1764 – 18 JE 1834
    	w Elizabeth d/o Geo WINTERS 10 AU 182? age 64
    HARBAUGH, Lewis Calvin s/o Leonard & Mary A. 5 JY 1851 2-9-8
    HARBAUGH, Ludwig w/o Yost & first wife b Switzerland 1728 d 9 AU 1809
    	(see footnote)
    HARBAUGH, Margaret w/o John of C. 22 MH 1844 age 47-9-16
    HARBAUGH, Margaret Rebecca d/o Leonard & Mary A. 29 JA 1845 0-9-11
    HARBAUGH, Mary w/o Henry of C. died 1833 or 38
    KOONS, Elizabeth 2 MH 1786 – 4 DE 1841
    
    
    Page 4

    MCCLAIN, Elizabeth 10 JE 1837 39-1-17 SCHOLL, Charles Jacob 15 DE 1829 75-8-5 w Margaret Barbara (d/o Frederick FUHR) 22 AP 1832 age 75 SMITH, Margaret see Jacob HARBAUGH WAGAMAN, David 13 MH 1853 67-11-28 WILLIAM, Laurence 3 JE 1855 age 60 (?) WINTERS, Elizabeth see John HARBAUGH NOTE: from “The Harbaugh Family” by Rev. Dr. Henry HARBAUGH, printed Chambersburg 1856, we learn that Elias was of small stature but active; that Henry, bro of Jacob was the first to be buried on the lot and that he died ca 1779 age 45 and that he was mentally unsound but was a prodi- gious hunter and rail splitter, being of giant stature. He was buried in exceedingly deep snow during a bitter cold spell. John of Jacob was short and lusty and lived on the old farm. While no stone is now visible, the name of Ludwig has been added on authority of Scharf who states he was buried here.

  • RAMSBURG CEMETERY on the BEACHLEY farm
    two miles west of Middletown formerly the Singleton REMSBURG farm.
    (Copied 26 NO 1956)
    DEAN, John 27 AU 1784- 11 JY 1822
    GAVER, Lydia w/o Daniel 20 NO 1796-11 DE 1835
    MULLENDORE, Catherine 15 MY 1775 – 12 NO 1849
    RAMSBURG, Samuel & Maria—children of:
    	Charles E. 19 FE 1833 2-1-1
    	Elizabeth 12 SE 1830 4-1-30
    	Sarah A. 23 SE 1837 2-5-8
    
    
  • On the Tyson LEE estate
    north of Urbana on old state road. A stone leaning against an outbuilding.
    (Copied by Joseph HOLDCRAFT 1 JA 1956)
    SIMMONS, Harriet w/o Col. John H. 13 AU 1834 age 48-3-0 
    
    
    Page 5

  • DOUTY CEMETERY
    lies on West Falls Rd. in Carroll County near Harrisville.
    (Copied 3 DE 1957 with aid of Mary Danner DUDDERAR)
    DOUTY, Dennis  This stone is face down and very heavy but name was 
                   supplied by Mrs. Howard KEEFER.  No dates remembered.
    DOUTY, Edwin A.C. 7 JA 1839 – 25 SE 1895
    DOUTY, Helen eldest d/o Caleb and Ann Eliza 1 JY 1847-13 MY 1852
    DOUTY, James C.  25 FE 1907  82-0-25
    DOUTY, John 7 AP 1895  77-5-19
    	w Margaret A. 29 AU 1823-23 OC 1864
    DOUTY, Moses 22 JY 1814-12 JA 1892
    	w Martha Eve 17 JA 1881  64-1-5
    	d Corrilla M. 22 JY 1850 1-5-22
    
    DOUTY, Otho 19 FE 1893 65-0-28
    	w Sarah A. 27 JE 1913 83-4-24
    	s Grafton L. 22 MH 1861 0-0-5
    	d Alice R. 2 AP 1861 0-1-0
    	d Amanda Corrilla 12 AU 1855-27 DE 1859
    DOUTY, William M. 1 FE 1892 28-6-28
    HAINES, Charles E. 1862-1929
    	w Martha W. 1862-
    HARN, Hester C. 13 FE 1879 age 78
    HETTY, no last name or dates
    KEEFER, Cora May w/o Howard C. 1888-1923. She was his first wife.
    KEEFER, Sarah E. w/o Samuel 22 AU 1852- 2 JY 1886
    
    There are also several footstones with initials CD, CLD, RSD and a small 
    stone “Our little Laura, age 2 mos”.  This plot is in fair condition but 
    beginning to show neglect.  Lies on hill south of road.
    
    
  • MONROE BLACK FARM
    near Oak Orchard. Found a stone leaning against shed. (19 NO 1957) Guided by Mary Danner DUDDERAR.
    ENSEY, Rachel  13 JA 1782-30 NO 1854
    
    There were fragments of unlettered stones all removed from a nearby field.
    
    
    Page 6

  • DUDDERAR FARM
    at Oak Orchard. Accompanied by Mary Danner DUDDERAR, the compiler visited this farm but found only one stone in the barn-bank wall. But from a list made about 1930 by Peter T. DUDDERAR of Unionville, we give other names from stones which are said to have been put in floor of a dairy house. From his list we find that there were stones at the barn and dumped in the woods. Locations are designated B or W.
    BARNES, Elizabeth w/o Wm. H. 25 JA 1823 – 7 AU 1846 (B)
    BARNES, Margaret w/o Wm. H. 3 AU 1821 – 30 AP 1849 (B)
    BOYER, Mary dates gone, stone broken (W)
    BOYER, Philip dates gone, stone broken (W)
    DUDDERAR, Conrad ? MY 1738 – 5 MY 1831 (B)
    DUDDERAR, David 16 DE 1782 – 3 FE 1859 (B)
    	w Margaret ? JA 1794 – 25 JA 1863 (W)
    DUDDERAR, Margaret 14 AU 1797 age 55 (B)
    DUDDERAR, Sarah 1 AP 1818 4-11-15 (W)
    DUDDERAR, William 26 FE 1847 age 66
    	w Margaret 20 NO 1849 age 66 (these names on a single stone 
              lying on bank wall and still there.  (19 NO 1957)
    
      The woods were searched but no further marbles found.
    
    FOGLESONG, Jacob 14 DE 1845 9-4-5 (W)
    FUNSTON, John 5 MY 1851 54-11-5 (B)
    FUNSTON, Sarah 7 JE 1845 age 67 (B)
    GRONAR, Jacob died 1807 age 21 (B)
    IZER, David W. 13 OC 1832 1-7-12 (B)
    IZER, Ellen R. 4 FE 1831 age 3 (B)
    IZER, Mary C. d/o Geo.  & Rachel died 4 MH 1859 na (B)
    IZER, Peter J. s/o Geo. & Rachel 28 FE 1853 na (B)
    THORNBURG, Margaret w/o Ephraim 26 AU 1785 – 11 NO 1811 (W)
    
    
  • CRONISE CEMETERY
    at Harmony Grove on Young Farm back of chicken house. (Copied 17 MH 1957)
    CRONICE, Catherine w/o Simon age 39 no dates
    CRONISE, John  29 SE 1803 age 54
    
    A very small plot with low stone wall.
    
    
  • BRASHEAR Graveyard on Graham LOVING farm
    which lies off the Buffalo Road not far from Mount Airy.
    (Copied 26 NO 1957) Assisted by Mary Danner DUDDERAR of Oak Orchard.
    BRASHEAR, Jeremiah 14 MY 1820 – 12 JE 1902
    	w Anna 26 FE 1832 – 8 OC 1900
    BRASHEAR, M. Jane 27 NO 1836 – 8 OC 1909
    DORSEY, Mary w/o Levin 15 MH 1853 age 79 “for 40 years a faithful member 
                  of M. E. Church.”
    
    
    Page 7

  • BURGESS CEMETERY
    on farm tenanted by MATHEWS, Pine Tree Road between Coppermine and Liberty-Woodsboro roads. Lies east of road and on edge of wood. An iron fence in disrepair surrounds a single stone which if flat.
    BAIRD, Mary Nelly		BURGESS, Rebecca
    BURGESS, B.W.W.			BURGESS, Thomasin
    BURGESS, Nancy
    
    No other data on stone
    
    
  • This plot was visited in company of Mary Danner DUDDERAR and lies
    on Nelly GLISAN farm south of Unionville. RIPPONS lived there at time of visit, 15 OC 1957. The farm is on Mapleville Road.
    CAMPBELL, John 20 FE 1831 86-5-10
    CAMPBELL, John 21 SE 1827 age 60
    LOWE, Ann  18 OC 1816 55-11-18
    LOWE, William 20 AP 1822 age 67
    
    
  • GETZENDANNER CEMETERY
    at the intersection of old Rte. 40 and Alternate Rte 40 west of Frederick. In rear of Veterans of Foreign Wars clubhouse. (Copied 28 FE 1957)
    GETZENDANNER, Adam 1724-1783
    	w Elizabeth (KEMP) no dates
    GETZENDANNER, Catherine Maria d/o Jacob of Adam 4 NO 1819 age 1 mo.
    GETZENDANNER, CHRISTIAN “a native of Switzerland who settled here and founded 
         the family in 1729. His grant of land contained 2000 acres.  He died in 1767.
    
    
    Page 8

    GETZENDANNER, Catherine wife of Christian. No death date. She was nee BRUNNER. GETZENDANNER, Jacob 18 AP 1837 60-9-25 w Elizabeth 11 MH 1860 82-11-11 GETZENDANNER, John 1764-1841 w Catherine (TABLER) 1770-1851 HOUCK, Margaret w/o Jacob 24 JA 1787-11 OC 1837 HOUCK, Mary Ann d/o Jacob and Margaret 29 NO 1812-30 DE 1824 KEMP, Elizabeth see Adam GETZENDANNER TABLER, Catherine see John GETZENDANNER TRAVERS, Boyle 9 JE 1854 60-1-4 T(RAVERS) con(sort) of Boyle. (A stone fragment beside Boyle’s stone, letters in parentheses are supposition) TRAVERS, Elizabeth d/o B & C.T. 28 AP 1829 age 0-4-5 TRAVERS, Mary Ann M. d/o Boyle & C. 20 MH 1837 7-1-3 TUCKER, Mary Ann w/o Daniel & d/o Henry & Elizabeth WEBSTER 14 FE 1822-21 SE 1866 RUNNER, Henry 8 DE 1827 25-0-6 (I tried to read Brunner for Runner in view of family connection but had to settle for Runner) WEBSTER, Geoann 6 OC 1848 1-8-6 WEBSTER, George D. 12 JY 1852 27-5-5 YOUNG, James 25 DE 1827 0-2-12 YOUNG, Margaret w/o Conrad 13 OC 1827 36-6-0 BRUNNER, Catherine see Christian GETZENDANNER

  • JORDAN CEMETERY
    in field east of road between Eldersburg & Westminster Rte. 32, Marker 62.
    JORDAN,  Col. William 30 JE 1873 53-0-10
    	w Margaret V. 17 DE 1852 35-2-17
    	w Helen 20 MY 1884 37-10-16
    
    This plot in Carroll county and was copied 3 MY 1953.
    
    
    Page 9


  • CULLER CEMETERY
    lies on the old homestead on the Middletown-Jefferson road in a field 25 feet from road. Enclosed by wire fence. A list furnished by Millard RICE of the Walkersville bank was checked against the stones and found correct. The name is given as KOLLER on some stones.
    CULLER, Eleanor 15 JA 1807 – 2 SE 1823
    CULLER, Elizabeth  8 SE 1811-24 AU 1815
    CULLER, John  11 OC 1774-19 MH 1847
    CULLER, Joseph  7 JE 1823 – 18 SE 1824
    CULLER, Lenora  12 MH 1747 – 28 MY 1806
    CULLER, Mary Ann  5 JA 1778 – 14 SE 1824
    CULLER (KOLLER), Michael  11 DE 1745 – 13 FE 1818
    CULLER, Samuel Clay 30 JE 1827 – 4 AU 1832
    CULLER, Infant 9 NO 1815 0-0-14
    CULLER, George W. 8 MY 1825 – 11 JY 1826
      Last three children of Henry and Anna Culler
    
    
  • LINK-CREAGER CEMETERY
    Directions to this plot were furnished by Mr. Millard RICE of Walkersville. It lies on Daysville Rd. between Libertytown and Walkersville at Cabbage Run.
    (13 MY 1956)
    CALPFLISE (KALBFLEISCH), Anna Catherine 22 OC 1821  81-5-19
    CREAGER, Daniel 5 MY 1779-1 JY 1854
    CREAGER, Jonathan 4 DE 1790 – 18 AP 1864
    CREAGER, Elizabeth w/o Daniel above 1 AP 1788 – 15 JE 1829
    CREAGER, Solomon  20 JY 1772 – 16 OC 1826
    	w Mary 31 MH 1770 – 2 MH 1817
    LICHLIDER, Sophia w/o John H.  13 MY 1865  49-9-15
    LINK, Adah B. w/o Jacob  26 OC 1838  28-17-26
    LINK, Adam  2 MH 1806 – 23 JA 1892
    	w Rachel 28 DE 1817 – 3 DE 1845
    LINK, Daniel 16 AU 1772 – 5 JE 1857
    	w Catherine 20 OC 1833 age 54
    LINK, Thomas  17 OC 1849  83-11-27
    	w Anna Mary  20 OC 1835 66-5-28
    
    Page 10


  • CRUM GRAVEYARD on Reich’s Ford road
    just east of Quynn Orchard road. This plot lies south of the road and at the foot of the Grove Lime Co. spoil bank. There are remains of a stone wall around it. (Copied 13 MY 1956)
    CRUM, Abraham  born 1708, died 31 MY 1787  78-2-4
    	w Ally 18 OC 1754 age 42
    CRUM, Abraham 28 JA 1796 24-4-4
    CRUM, Catherine w/o William  ? JA 1791 age 68
    	This stone spalling badly.  Figures in doubt.
    CRUM, William Sr.  10 OC 1741 – 28 JE 1810  68-8-10
       (Age does not agree with dates but wasn’t there a change of calendar in 1752?)
    
    
  • ELDER FAMILY CEMETERY
    north of road leading from Mt. St. Mary’s to Four Points. It is about ½ mile from Rt. 15. Enclosed by wire fence. (Copied 3 JA 1956)
    A marker reads “Nearby was erected by William ELDER Senior, the first altar 
    to the living God in what is now known as Mount St. Mary’s, Emmitsburg and 
    Mechanicstown congregations about the year 1745.  This stone was erected by 
    his descendants after his death.”
    
    DELOZIER, Sarah 4 OC 1754 – 1 MH 1780
    ELDER, Aloysius  11 AU 1827 age 70
    	w Mary J.  27 MH 1774 – 18 MH 1842
    ELDER, Arnold  15 FE 1745 – 22 FE 1812
    ELDER, William Sr.  1707 – 22 AP 1775
    	w Ann (WHEELER)  11 AU 1739 age 30
    	w Jacoba Clementina  19 SE 1807 age 90 
              (She was d/o Arnold LIVERS, Sr.— Dr. Grace and Dr. Arthur Tracey notes)
    LIVERS, Jacoba Clementina  see above
    THOMSON, Henry  2 NO 1777- 7 SE 1800
    WHEELER, Ann  see William ELDER, Sr.
    
    There are some plain stones in this enclosure and one grown into a tree.  
    Outlines of unmarked graves are visible and no doubt were those of children 
    or family servants.
    
    Page 11


  • JOHNSON CEMETERY on Ralph VIRTS farm
    on Ballenger Creek road near Doubs, Md. This list was made by Mrs. VIRTS in 1956.
    JOHNSON, ______  11 OC 1773 – 18 MH 1823.  “he was the _____and of Cassadie”.
    	Broken stone.
    JOHNSON, Fayette  15 OC 1781 – 24 SE 1829
    JOHNSON, John  ? JY 1789-3 SE 1814 25-2-26
    JOHNSON, John  10 FE 1759 – 11 MH 1815
    JOHNSON, Mi_____  17 MY 1828  no other dates
    JOHNSON, Richard  ? AU 1828  age 55-3-7
    JOHNSON, Susan___  1767 - ? AP 1801 37-1-21
    JOHNSON, Thomas 2nd  24 AU 1729 – 2 OC 1778 age 49-1-18 
                (Remember - calendar change 1752)
    JOHNSON, Thomas  19 AP 1768  No death date.
    
    
  • LOVERS ROCK CEMETERY
    ½ mile south of Libertytown. (Copied 7 FE 1952)
    Some stones lie broken at foot of cliff. These designated by B.
    (Cemetery is in wooded area, landlocked by farmland. The huge rock can barely be seen through the trees.)
    BIEHL, H. Lee wife of Frank M. died 17 DE 1898
    BRANDENBURG, Mary Austen - 11 NO 1827 – 16 JA 1853
          w/o Ezra and d/o J. & M.H. WALTMAN 
          of Albemarle Co., Va.  
    ENGLAND, Georgia D.  died 26 AU 1924.  
       (On same stone with H. Lee BIEHL & Samuel ENGLAND)
    ENGLAND, Nathan  6 MY 1859  age 72
    	w Harriett  18 MH 1857 age 52
    	s James 19 SE 1864 age 21
    ENGLAND, Samuel  7 MH 1882 age 70
    	w Susan  8 OC 1897 age 60
    ENGLAND, Rebecca w/o H.M.  17 FE 1828  42-5-27
    ETZLER, Chas s/o Dennis and Ann E.  8 JA 1846 7-11-23
    GLISAN, Elizabeth w/o John 17 FE 1855  68-11-18
    GLISAN, John Sr.  d 1851 age 89 (B) at foot of cliff
    GLISAN, Solomon bro/o John G., Sr.  11 MH 1851 age 62
    HARRIS, Harriet d/o Thos. & M.  3 SE 1860 age ? (B)
    JESSOP, Arietta d/o J.O. & L.G.  23 MY 1853 5-0-? (B)
    MISNER, Wm.  Co. I  1st Md. PHB  no dates
    WALTMAN, Mary Austen  see Mary A. BRANDENBURG
    WILLIAMS, John  22 FE 1840  age 63
    
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  • JOHNSON-RIDGELY CEMETERY
    It lies at intersection of Rt. 40 and Hawbottom Rd, 1 mile west of High Knob at Rd. marker 67. (Copied 31 DE 1957) Badly neglected and overgrown.
    CRAIG, John 12 JE 1745 – 4 DE 1807
    FULLER, Francis 21 FE 1788 – 8 SE 1816
    FULLER, Mary  2 FE 1745 – 28 JA 1817
    HESSONG, Mary d/o Thomas and Margaret 1 SE 1864 (0-9-23)
    JOHNSON, Bethany  23 AU 1833 age 67
    JOHNSON,  Elizabeth 13 AU 1781 – 5 NO 1879
    JOHNSON, Jacob s/o John 1793-1794
    JOHNSON, John V.  14 MY 1792-19 AU 1871
    JOHNSON, Joseph  1 NO 1740 – 23 JY 1806
    	s Joseph, Jr.  4 FE 1783 – 7 DE 1817
    JOHNSON, Marthy Ellen  26 NO 1833  1-2-12
    JOHNSON, Robert  10 NO 1825  77-4-6
    JOHNSON, Sarah Ann  2 JA  1825 – 8 AU 1825
    JOHNSON, Thomas  ? MH 1712 – 14 FE 1778, son of Hanay (?) & Margaret Johnson
    	w Mary Roger  26 AU 1713 – 25 AU 1782
    JOHNSON, Capt. Thomas  25 AU 1788 – 12 OC 1859
    JOHNSON, U.  (?) 1738 – 6 SE 1805
    LAMAR, Mary w/o Richard  23 JA 1794 – 16 OC 1873
    LAMAR, Melinda w/o Richard J.  20 JA 1843  21-6-17, their son
    	Thos. W.  23 MH 1845  4-6-20
    REDMAN, James R.  15 AU 1875 – 14 AP 1876
    RIDGELY, Bethany w/o Thomas  1 OC 1793 – 5 AP 1875
    RIDGELY, Bethany  1 SE 189?  68-3-29
    RIDGELY, Cornelia  17 JA 1893  71-11-13
    RIDGELY, Jacob L.  22 SE 1824 – 7 OC 1853
    RIDGELY, Robert J.  20 OC 1819 – 15 DE 1897
    RIDGELY, William  20 MH 1822 – 31 MH 1901
    	w Martha  5 FE 1834 – 6 AU 1920
    	d Florence 4 JY 1882 20-10-27
    SCHROYER, Rebecca A.  w/o John  2 JE 1815 – 3 AP 1878
    ZIMMERMAN, John  15 JE 1815 – 31 AU 1869
    
    The above graveyard is surrounded by a thorn hedge but cows have been 
    in — many stones flat.
    
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  • OTT CEMETERY on the John and Betty HOYT farm
    Rt. 77 between Rocky Ridge and Millers Bridge. Lies in meadow near Monocacy,
    south of road. Not fenced and some stones are down. (Copied 20 NO 1956)
    COVER, Elizabeth w/o John  6 SE 1831  43-7-12
    FLOWERS, Barbara Ann  14 OC 1824  age 74 (broken)
    HUMMER, John  5 FE 1779 – 25 JA 1855
    MARTZ s/o Geo. M. & A.L.  22 JA 1852  1-9-4
    OTT, Ann L.  1 FE 1838  8-11-11  (flat stone)
    OTT, Francis  15 JE 1817 – 25 AU 1861
    OTT, Jacob  7 MH 1823  30-3-17
    OTT, Jacob Sr.  18 DE 1822  age 68
    	w Anna Mary  14 AP 1812  age 45
    OTT, John  19 DE 1785 – 25 JA 1855
    	w Elizabeth  6 JA 1867  82-11-3
    VALENTINE, Margaret  28 AU 182?  age 61
    
    
  • FLINT HILL CHURCH CEMETERY
    on Park Mills Road. (Copied 16 FE 1957) A well-kept inclosure.
    ALVEY, Frederick A. s/o Henry & Nora B. (SMELTZER)  10 JE 1889 – 17 MH 1908
    ALVEY, Nora B. w/o Henry  10 JY 1863 – 19 AP 1923
    BEALL, Jesse O.  10 SE 1911  43-0-7
    DIXON, Charles D.  14 MY 1855 – 21 AU 1936
    DIXON, Geo W. & Mamie M.—children of:
    	Ruth E.  1 DE 1918 – 21 JA 1923
    	Anna M.  3 OC 1911 – 5 JA 1912
    LEATHER, Ann M.  19 MH 1860 – 13 JY 1932
    LEATHER, James L.  15 AP 1911  88-6-16
    LENHART, Leander D.  8 OC 1879 – 13 JE 1945
    LENHART, Ruth E.  30 SE 1928 – 14 NO 1946
    MILES, Wm. F.  8 SE 1893 – 1 NO 1951
    	s Infant by w Flora 15 FE 1916 0-0-16
    	d Mary E.F.  27 MH 1916 2-2-15
    RICKETTS, Mildred E.  6 SE 1912  age 4 Mo. d/o Harley & Zoe
    SMELTZER, Nora B.  see Nora ALVEY
    TROUT, John  4 JA 1842 –
    	w Harriet A.  3 MY 1912  age 62
    
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  • JAMES-KIMMEL CEMETERY
    lies south of Old Annapolis Rd, east of Central Church. It was copied 25 MH 1956. A low stone wall surrounds the burial plot but the plot itself shows neglect.
    CLEMSON, Margaret  see ZEELAND, James
    JAMES, Daniel s/o John  9 JE 1734 – 9 MH 1792
    JAMES, Major Daniel  9 MY 1763 – 13 AU 1838
    JAMES, Lucy  3 NO 1733 – 1 JA 1827
    JAMES, John “the original proprietor”  11 JY 1700 – 1 AU 1750
    JAMES, Col. Joseph  3 JA 1765 – 18 JA 1850 “brother of Major Daniel James, 
           both natives of this vicinity who lived their lives together.”
    JAMES, Major Sir Pratby, younger son of Major Daniel James 
            and his wife Margaret, d/o John CLEMSON, Sr.  
           4 DE 1809 – 19 JA 1850
    JAMES, Zealand  s/o Daniel 2nd & Margaret (CLEMSON) 7 JE 1808 – 7 NO 1812
    KIMMEL, Anthony Zaarr s/o Anthony & Mary  14 FE 1868 - 19 SE 1887
    KIMMEL, Anthony Z & Sydney—children of:
    	Infant died 21 JE 1829 no age
    	Alfred James (1st child) 22 DE 1823 – 21 DE 1825
    	Edmund Clemson (3rd child) 21 MY 1831 – 16 AP 1837
    	Hampden (2nd child) 27 DE 1825 – 20 AU 1830
    	Marian Louise (4th child) 28 AU 1833 – 1 AP 1837
    KIMMEL, Anthony Zaarr  22 JY 1836 – 12 MY 1897
    	w Mary M.  18 DE 1838 – 24 DE 1913
    KIMMEL, Gibson s/o Pratby J. & Ann P.  2 OC 1892 – 27 JA 1899
    KIMMEL, Pratby J. s/o same  18 AU 1884 – 1 SE 1884
    KIMMEL, Wm. Morgan s/o Anthony & Mary 5 DE 1861 age 6 days.
    
    
  • VALENTINE CEMETERY on Angell Farm
    east of Rocky Ridge and near Millers Bridge Rt. 77. (Copied 1956)
    VALENTINE, Daniel  24 JY 1839  18-3-2
    VALENTINE, George  died 1783 age abt. 68
    
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  • THOMAS (CAPT. OTHO) FAMILY
    This cemetery lies about 2 miles east of Point of Rocks and ½ mile east of railroad crossing of US 15. It is on the Titus farm and is north of the road, slightly behind and scarcely visible from the main road. In Wm. J. GROVES History of Carrollton Manor, he gives a list which I checked against the stones. A few on his are not now to be found and I have included them here, designated by “G”. My list was made in November 1956.
    BEAVERS, Mary Jane  w/o Wm.  18 AP 1837 – 22 JE 1854
    BOONE, Sarah T. w/o Charles and  d/o Richard HEBB  22 JA 1788 – 28 NO 1824
    CLABAUGH, N.N. & Susan—children of:
    	Henry F.  18 MH 1826 – 13 MH 1857
    	Jonas Albert  26 SE 1829 – 6 AP 1854
    CLABAUGH, Upton 1827 – 1847 (G)
    CLABAUGH, W.F.  30 MH 1834  0-0-10
    CROWLLE, Susannah w/o Richard  25 DE 1762 – 9 OC 1837 
             (A coffin carved at the bottom)
    CROWN, Frederick & H.S.—children of:
    	Cyrenas  28 DE 1836  1-2-0
    	E. Oscar  1839  died abt. 1865 (G)
    	Frederick N.  1845 –1865 was in Co. B Whites Batt. CSA 
                   with bros John & Joshua (G)
    	William Thomas  1830 – 1852 (G)
    DAVIS, Mary w/o Wm. T. & d/o Wm. SHIRE  22 JY 1800 – 18 SE 1823
    FISHER, Elizabeth d/o Michael & Katherine 1806 – died about 1824. 
                  Girls head below. 	(G)
    HATFIELD, Benjamin  1823 – 1864 (G)
    HAYS, George & Sarah—children of:
    	Clarence Herbert, no dates. (G)
    	Elizabeth, no dates (G)
    	George Rawling, no dates (G)
    HEBB, Sarah T., see Sarah T. BOONE
    KING, Sarah  1 NO 1830  age 53
    LAMAR, Benoni  20 MH 1819 – 11 JE 1858 (Killed by lightning)
    	w Mary C.  31 JY 1819 – 22 JA 1889
    
    
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    LAMAR, Samuel Calvin 12 SE 1841 – 21 JY 1861. Killed by Union soldiers near Calico Rock School according to Grove. RANNEBARGER, A.C. 9 SE 1852 8-0-9 RANNEBARGER, C.W. 20 FE 1841 11-7-2 RANNEBARGER, J.H. 15 MH 1853 19-3-9 RANNEBARGER, J.H. 3 SE 1853 6-3-10 RANNEBERGER, Philip ? NO 1866 age 61 (G) w Martha 25 MH 1809 – 17 NO 1837 w Sarah 19 FE 1842 age 26 RANNEBERGER, S.M. 1 OC 1845 9-0-20 RANNEBERGER, Sarah 12 JA 1850 71-11-0 RAWLINGS, Harriet, see Capt. Otho THOMAS SHIRE, Mary - see Mary DAVISSNOUFFER, Chas. Luther s/o John C. & Telada C. born 1854 died age 6 mo. (G) SNOUFFER, Elizabeth Abigail d/o John & Frances C. 18 AP 1836 – 18 AP 1852 (dates correct) SNOUFFER, George 26 AU 1831 39-4-5 w Darkiss (d/o Benjamin THOMAS) 1 MY 1790 – 19 MH 1821 SNOUFFER, George W. 3 DE 1824 – 3 DE 1893 w Elizabeth Ellen (d/o Capt. Otho Sharetts THOMAS) 11 SE 1827 – 8 MY 1858 d Florence died 2 DE 1853 no age SNOUFFER, John 18 SE 1823 44-5-2 SNOUFFER, Malinda C. w/o John 18 JE 1857 age 28 Their daughter, Frances Ellen, dates below earth SNOUFFER, Wm. & Sarah—children of: Florence Ann 2 FE 1852 – 23 NO 1854 Sarah Elizabeth 16 AP 1854 – 24 MY 1854 THOMAS, Archibald 26 AU 1784 – 18 FE 1825 THOMAS, Benjamin 29 JE 1816 age 73 (G) w Elinor 31 DE 1812 age 64 (G) THOMAS, Byron M.D. 6 JA 1874 age 28. Grove says he was wounded while in Whites Batt. CSA THOMAS, Catherine Ann youngest d/o Notley THOMAS 20 AU 1834 5-0-0 THOMAS, Charles E. 17 MH 1869 43-2-19 THOMAS, Charlotte V. d/o John R. & E. 1855 – 1858 (G)

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    THOMAS, Darkis see George SNOUFFER THOMAS, Edward 10 FE 1819 78-5-9 w Mary 17 SE 1739 – 22 NO 1793 THOMAS, Elizabeth Ellen see George W. SNOUFFER THOMAS, Levin 17 DE 1842 age 56 w Margaret 9 NO 1797 – 29 AU 1832 THOMAS, Mary d/o Charles & Eliza born and died 22 JA 1864 THOMAS, Capt. Otho 15 NO 1783 – 11 DE 1865 w Harriett (d/o Thomas & Eliza RAWLINGS) 2 FE 1801 – 9 SE 1854 d Harriet J. 28 SE 1836 1-1-15 s Otho 2 JY 1834 1-3-22 THOMAS, Richard 2 DE 1824 – 12 SE 1870 (G) THOMAS, Richard & Mary A.—children of: Otho David 9 JY 1856 0-8-13 David Otho 27 JY 1856 0-9-0 Eddie 13 AP 1866 – 15 AP 1867 Margaret Ella 17 JE 1852, age 3 years THOMAS, Richard W. 7 FE 1826 52-7-15 THOMAS, Ruth 2 DE 1824 – 12 SE 1870 THOMAS, Samuel H. ? SE 1777 died 1857 (G)

  • FUNDENBURG CEMETERY on Marshall LEATHERMAN farm
    just north of Lewistown. Lies to left of road (Rt. 15) in field.
    (Copied 7 OC 1952)
    CORNISE, Alexander  s/o Jacob  30 JE 1814  age 6
    CRONISE, Wm.  s/o Jacob  1 OC 1813  age 7
    FUNDENBURG, Catherine  d/o Henry & Mary  11 AP 1819  5-6-27
    FUNDENBURG, Elizabeth  24 AP 1817  age 59
    FUNDENBURG, Elizabeth  1 AP  1817 0-5-11
    FUNDENBURG, Henry  6 FE 1836  47-9-21
    FUNDENBURG, Peter  F.  20 NO 1798 – 30 AU 1806
    FUNDENBURG, Walter  12 JE 1759 – 14 DE 1815.  Scharf states the one Lazarus
    	Fundenburg laid out the site of Lewistown.  The name does not appear in
    	directories of the 1870s or 1880s but occurs in several other cemeteries. 
    
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  • DORSEY-MERCER CEMETERY
    is on the old ________ PEDDICORD place, now the estate of Dr. J.H. BAUER. This graveyard was on Mrs. DUDDERAR’S list. On 12 NO 1957, Dr. BAUER kindly helped decipher the names and dates and both he and his charming wife showed interest in preserving this burial plot.
    DORSEY, Basil  Jr.  12 AU 1826 age 1 year
    DORSEY, Elizabeth  4 DE 1814  age 46
    DORSEY, John  15 SE 1815  age 81
    DORSEY, Margaret  8 DE 1822  age 49
    DORSEY, Mary  8 AP 1806 age 65
    DORSEY, Mary  25 MH 1826 age 60
    DORSEY, Samuel T. 20 MY 1836  age 64
    DORSEY, William & E.R.—children of:
    	Charles Edgar  15 OC 1859
    	Thos. Wm.  18 AU  1853  6-2-24
    	Emma  20 OC 1859 6-8-20
    MERCER, Henry D.  18 FE 1857  53-1-8
    	w Rachel  18 OC 1817 – 24 FE 1859
    	d Anna Matilda  16 OC 1850 – 20 FE 1860
    	s John H.  10 MY 1853 – 6 AP 1854
    MERCER, Samuel B.  Co. D  1st Md. Cav.  11 JE 1864  age 19.  
             This name is also spelled MERCIER on one of two of the stones.
    
    Dr. BAUER’S estate is on the Unionville-Woodville road south of Unionville, say 2 miles.
    
    
  • HAMMOND GRAVEYARD on the Co. Chase GROVE estate
    north of New Market about 2 miles on Rt. 77. Lies to south of the long entrance lane and is well preserved within a gateless stone wall. One large stone is flat with lettering down.
    HAMMOND, Ann d/o Philip & Barbara  16 MH 1782 – 11 DE 1853
    HAMMOND, John W.  5 NO 1856  40-3-25
    HAMMOND, Matilda M.  17 MH 1794 – 8 OC 1852
    HAMMOND, Philip s/o Walter  14 SE 1819 – 10 AP 1865
    HAMMOND, Walter C.  29 MY 1786 – 23 AU 1846
    
    (Above copied 24 DE 1957)
    
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  • GOSNELL-CRAWMER-HAINES FAMILY CEMETERY
    lies on the Raymond FLICKINGER farm on Buffalo road south of Rt. 26 about Ό mile from Covers Corner. The stones are in a pile on the slope north of the farmlane and covered with vines. Some are broken. (Copied 25 SE 1956)
    CRAWMER, Michael  25 JA 1848 62-4-1
    GOSNELL, Aaron  12 AU 1791 – 5 AP 1879
    	w __________ 13 OC 1823  age 32 (stone is broken)
    	w Elizabeth 4 OC 1808 – 23 JA 1874
    GOSNELL, Christina w/o Beal  27 ja 1838  55-4-13
    GOSNELL, Margaret w/o Amos  12 MH 1834  78-3-?
    GOSNELL, Thomas  2 JE 1863  30-10-0
    HAINES, Nathan  1 SE 1855  42-3-18
    HAINES, Rebecca  w/o Henry  10 SE 1838  age 53
    LONG, Sarah w/o Peter  5 JY 1854 55-10-12
    
    
  • SAUM FAMILY CEMETERY
    lies on the Thompson farm to left of McKinstry Road which runs from Oak Orchard to McKinstrys. It is stone walled and in good shape. (Copied 10 DE 1957 with Mary Danner DUDDERAR assisting.)
    ABBOTT, Elizabeth died in OC 1831 age 67
    BANKERT, Basil  19 FE 1841  2-1-20
    BANKERT, Sevilla  27 DE 1833  1-3-0
    KUHN, Elizabeth Ann  4 SE 1840 1-1-9
    MARTZ, Josiah  10 JA 1833 0-13-15
    MORT, Isaac  s/o Peter  30 SE 1826 2-0-5
    SAUM, Barbara  20 JY 1821  age 68
    SAUM, Catherine  8 MY 1805  24-7-0
    SAUM, Frederick  7 SE 1838 65-2-0
    SAUM, Issac  8 OC 1838 49-0-27
    SAUM, Mandy  30 DE 1840  10-10-20
    SAUM, Mary  ? AP 1852  age 76
    SAUM, Peter  9 FE 1820  age 77
    SAUM, Peter  26 JY 1842  63-5-28
    	w Barbara  23 OC 1782 – 28 DE 1849
    
    This cemetery is about 1 mile north of state road 31.  Barely visible from road.
    
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  • THOMAS FAMILY CEMETERY on the Howard STUP farm
    near Adamstown. It is north of Ballenger Creek road about a mile southwest of the Lutheran church. (Copied April 1956) Wm. J. GROVE gives a list of these names but there are many typographical errors and split inscriptions. The plot is in fair shape and fenced but many stones are down. This is sometimes called the German Thomas graveyard. “G” indicates Groves list.
    Fragment of stone  “AU 22—age 72”
    BRUNNER, Benjamin  10  FE 1798 – 4 DE 1835
    BRUNNER, Susanna  10 JA 1760 – 25 JY 1834
    BRUNNER, Margaret (HOFFMAN)  30 OC 1782 – 15 OC 1806
    HOFFMAN, Barbara  24 MH 1749 – 19 SE 1821 (G)
    HOFFMAN, Margaret  see Margaret BRUNNER
    HOFFMAN, Franz  10 AU 1750 – 25 MY 1819, born in Deutscheland naheby Landau
    REMSBURG, Anna Margaret, see Anna M. THOMAS
    REMSBURG, Catherine  20 DE 1776 – 30 MH 1866
    REMSBURG, George  3 FE 1736 – 21 NO 1820. 
              Born on Chur Phaltz Waldorf bey, Heidelberg, Germany
    REMSBURG, George  18 MH 1770 – 5 JY 1847
    REMSBURG, Jonathan A.  31 MY 1833  2-2-29
    REMSBURG, Maria Elizabeth  27 DE 1787  48-11-5
    REMSBURG, Stephen  28 OC 1828 – 13 SE 1829
    SPECHT, Mary Ann w/o David  8 JE 1796 – 22 ? 1846
    THOMAS, Ann M.  w/o George  2 MH 1804 – 8 FE 1835
    THOMAS, Ann Maria  15 NO 1758 – 23 JA 1821
    THOMAS,  Anna Margaret  (REMSBURG) 16 FE 1767 – 5 SE 1811
    THOMAS, Barbara  15 JA 1763 – 7 AU 1857
    THOMAS, Catherine  13 MH 1753 – 24 JY 1808
    THOMAS Catherine  11 SE 1873  61-5-21
    THOMAS, Catherine w/o Henry  19 AP 1849  age 60
    THOMAS, Catherine  28 FE 1788 – 8 MH 1813
    THOMAS, Edward Joseph s/o George 9 MH 1830 – 23 AU 1831
    THOMAS, Elias  17 SE 1798 – 6 JA 1828
    THOMAS, Elizabeth  20 DE 1764 – 20 JY 1825
    THOMAS, Elizabeth  18  AP 1849 age 61
    
    
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    THOMAS, Francis E. s/o Peter 26 AU 1837 5-2-22 THOMAS, Gabriel 15 MH 1753 – 24 JY 1808 w Ann Maria 15 NO 1758 – 23 JA 1821 THOMAS, Gabriel 12 JE 1721 – 18 JA 1794. Born zu Klein Schifferstadt in Deutschesland in der Paltz. This and some others in German. THOMAS, John 6 JE 1757 – 5 AP 1796 THOMAS, Margaret w/o Gabriel of V 4 MH 1758 – 11 MH 1837 THOMAS, Margaret 28 MY 1763 (Note: Holdcraft has 1863) – 13 MY 1806 THOMAS, Peter 23 MY 1792 – 28 SE 1846 THOMAS, Philip H 18 OC 1765 – 17 JA 1828 THOMAS, Piter 14 NO 1806 34-9-27 THOMAS, Rebecca of Sullivan Co. East Tennessee 22 JA 1829 17-1-23 THOMAS, Robert H 27 OC 1844 age 22 THOMAS, Susannah w/o Henry 17 JA 1783 – 11 JY 1817 THOMAS, Thomas M 13 NO 1832 – 13 SE 1861 THOMAS, Valentine 1724 – 27 AU ??. Stone broken. Name spelled Wallentint TAMAS on stone. WEDECK(IN), Catherine nee THOMAS 14 NO 1756 – 7 SE 1824. “in” is the feminine ending. There are many unmarked graves and fragments of stones. Other stones may be covered up.

  • HARN CEMETERY on the Charles PEDDICORD farm
    on Peddicord Road south of Unionville. Mary Danner DUDDERAR assisted in copying these names on 19 NO 1957.
    DUVALL, John H.  died 1885 no age given
    	w Kate (HARN) d 1919 no age
    HARN,  Susan C.  16 Fe 1827 – 11 JE 1902
    HARN, Thomas W. Co. B 7th Md. Vols.  19 SE 1891  68-0-22
    HARN, Corp. Jesse s/o John & Charlotte  Co. B 1st Md. Reg. 
          died Camp Worman 	15 JA 1862 25-0-19
    HARN, John 2 JY 1852  63-1-11
    	w Charlotte 25 JY 1867 67-0-9
    HARN, Kate see John H. DUVALL
    
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  • SHOOK FAMILY CEMETERY
    lies at east end of Shookstown to right of road that leads toward Montevue. The military reservation fence surrounds it on three sides. (Copied 10 AP 1956)
    ABB, Anna w/o Henry  23 DE 1909  age 74
    BOPST, Ann Maria, see Ann Maria WHIPP
    BOPST, Daniel  15 FE 1840  age 44
    	w Mary  8 JE 1798 – 11 AU 1861
    BOPST, Gideon  20 au 1861  3-6-11
    BOPST, John  1 JA 1799 – 21 SE 1829
    BUSSARD, Ann Maria  6 AP 1831 – 6 AP 1836
    BUSSARD, David  7 NO 1889  61-8-7
    BUSSARD, Susan  w/o Peter  20 FE 1855  60-0-14
    HART, Elizabeth  20 JY 1906  age 82
    HART, Joseph  18 MY 1897  72-6-5
    KAYLOR, Anna Mary  25 FE 18??  age 84.  Broken
    KLINE, Harold L.  s/o David S. and Mary E.  22 OC 1912  0-6-7
    KLINE, M.M.  no dates.  Very old slate slab
    KLINE, Peter  19 MH 1896  82-0-25
    	w Henrietta 18 JY 1855  40-0-19
    MAINHART, Henry W.  10 OC 1833 age 39
    	w Mary Margaret  18 JA 1844 age 44
    SHOOK, Anna Savilla  1833 – 1912 “Sister”
    SHOOK, Daniel  7 DE 1803 – 16 JE 1880
    	w Susanna  26 DE 1813 – 3 NO 1888
    SHOOK, Edward  1840 – 1922 “Brother”
    SHOOK, George twin s/o Daniel H. & Harriet A.  22 JA 1882  2-10-7
    SHOOK, George  s/o Grandison & Barbara A.  15 AU 1865 – 3 NO 1865
    SHOOK, Hettie V.  d/o same  10 AP 1869 – 11 AU 1871
    SHOOK (SCHUCH) on stone, Peter 27 NO 1808 – 29 JA 1809.  Lettering in German.
    SHOOK, Peter  15 MH 1772 – 21 DE 1855
    	w Elizabeth 26 JA 1843  76-11-16
    SHOOK, Samuel B.  5 JE 1809 – 13 FE 1868
    	w Susann  14 OC 1836  age 32
    	s Theodore (By Ann R.)  1 NO 1844 – 11 FE 1848
    SHOUP, Elizabeth  25 DE 1786 – 28 SE 1853
    
    
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    STALEY, Grayson s/o J. Wesley & Catherine 4 OC 1901 – 14 MH 1903 WHIPP, Ann Maria (nee BOPST) w/o Lloyd 23 NO 1823 – 4 SE 1898 WHIPP, Ava J. 3 MH 1862 5-4-13 WHIPP, Carlton Luther 1 DE 1856 – 9 MY 1888 WHIPP, Ernest L. s/o Geo. C. & Annie E. 26 JA 1900 – 13 FE 1901 WHIPP, George C. 24 MY 1921 76-5-14 WHIPP, Theophilus 7 SE 1863 1-0-23

  • SCHOOLHOUSE CEMETERY
    lies at Arnoldtown 1½ miles n.e. of Burkittsville. Location of this cemetery was given by Mrs. Elsie WHIPP of Brunswick and names copied on 19 NO 1956.
    ARNOLD, ______  died 1860.  Stone badly eroded
    AUSHERMAN, Elizabeth  w/o Henry  3 JY 1793 – 14 JE 1841 and their daughter
    	Elizabeth  25 FE 1820 – 21 AU 1841
    AUSHERMAN, Martin Luther s/o Tilghman & Elizabeth 20 SE 1867  0-1-2
    AUSHERMAN, Melinda  d/o Henry & Elizabeth  25 OC 1835  5-7-18
    AUSHERMAN, Tilghman  10 ? 1875  54-6-22.  Broken
    DORSEY, Catherine  1 MY 1833  22-10-0
    FINK, Ann  18 DE 1810/1840  age 32.  Eroded
    FINK, Catherine  1770 – 1814
    FINK, Ezra M.  s/o Emanuel & Eliza  26 AP 1855  7-3-22
    FINK, Philip  26 DE 1832  73-1-6
    FINK, Samuel  31 MY 1834  age 41/44.  Eroded
    GOODMAN, Mary  w/o Jacob  30 SE 1854.  Age 80
    MULLENDORE, Catherine  24 OC 1831  63-11-12
    MULLENDORE, David  7 MH 1846 age 78
    RHODERICK, Benjamin  7 OC 1788 – 21 MY 1867
    RHODERICK, Susannah  25 JY 1791 – 8 AP 1852
    SELSAM, Jane  w/o David  21 OC 1842  age 33
    SLIFER, Wm.  1 AU 1794 – 23 MH 1854
    	w Julian (AUSHERMAN) 14 OC 1832  36-7-0
    	d Julian  1 AU 1831 0-0-8
    SOWERS, Martin Miller  s/o Wm. & Mary  29 AU 1864.  Age 12-6-25.
    
    Also many fragments.
    
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  • STACKHOUSE-HOOD CEMETERY
    north of Rt. 40 and 2 miles east of Ridgeville nr. Poplar Springs. Residents of the vicinity call this Hood or Stackhouse. In this work, we shall call it Stackhouse. (Copied 29 AP 1956) This plot is in Howard County.
    BASIM, _______  19 MY 1947  age 48/43.  
          This is an undertakers marker with faded ink.
    BURDETTE, Achsah Elizabeth  10 JA 1894.  No age.
    BURDETTE, Ethel,  see Ethel KREIMER
    BURDETTE, Rufus W.  1830-1923
    BURDETTE, Sarah, see Joseph D. HOOD
    BURDETTE, Susan E.  see Susan MERCER
    BURDETTE, Wesley  19 JY 1843  age 49
    	w Harriet  23 AP 1880  age 83
    	s Samuel T.  21 MH 1850  age 25
    CUNNINGHAM, William  8 MH 1840  age 34
    DELAWDER, Barbary  24 SE 1816  age 26
    DELAWDER, David  5 NO 1855  age 61
    DELAWDER, Jacob  11 MY 1820  age 58
    DELAWDER, John  25 MY 1804  age 57
    DELAWDER, Savilla  8 NO 1816  age 68
    HALL, Florence A.  7 AU 1893  age 33
    HOOD, Emma E.  6 NO 1927  no age
    HOOD, Joseph D.  Co. F  1st Md. Cav.  28 MY 1886  no age
    	w Sarah BURDETTE  22 JY 1910  no age
    	Infant child  no name or date
    HOOD, Susie E.  27 DE 1952  no age
    KREIMER,  Mrs. Ethel Burdette d 1946 age 63 (Undertaker’s marker)
    KREIMER, Jonah  22 JA 1933  no age  (Undertaker’s marker)
    MERCER, Susan E. BURDETTE  w/o John Charles MERCER  7 MY 1892.  No age.
    OWINGS,  a family stone here with two burials but no individual markers or identity.
    OWINGS, Eddie  s/o E.V. Jr. & K.C.  18 FE 1883 – 31 DE 1884
    STACKHOUSE, Elizabeth  2 DE 1811 – 11 JA 1875
    STACKHOUSE, John D.  2 DE 1814 – 9 JY 1859
    STACKHOUSE, Margaret L.  19 JA 1824 – 14 MH 1913
    STACKHOUSE, Mary    16 NO 1806 – 22 MH 1858
    
    
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    STACKHOUSE, Stephen 10 MY 1766 – 26 FE 1828 w Catherine 21 MY 1858 age 79 STACKHOUSE, William 28 OC 1856 – 17 JY 1933 w Elizabeth 14 OC 1853 – 1 JE 1928 STACKHOUSE, Wm. H. 6 AU 1821 – 14 JA 1892 w Emily J. 2 JE 1906 age 81 TRACEY, Benjamin 29 JY 1830 no age w Ann 3 DE 1803 – 25 AP 1883 TRACEY, John S. 11 AP 1829 – 1 DE 1911 WARTHEN, Amanda V. c/o J.B. & A.S. 25 NO 1862 – 13 SE 1885 WARTHEN, James R. 6 DE 1831 – 3 AU 1897 WARTHEN, Laura S. d/o J.B. & J.S. 28 AU 1873 – 13 DE 1875 WARTHEN, Oliver H. s/o J.B. & J.S. 17 OC 1877 – 13 OC 1884 WEBB, David W. 1851 – 1886 w Georgie V. 1852 – 1935 WHALEN, Catherine 31 MH 1809 – 22 OC 1894 WHALEN, Wm. H. s/o John & Catherine 11 FE 1831 – 7 AP 1921

  • SLIFER CEMETERY on Lee ZECHER farm.
    Plot is on Distillery Road about ½ mile south of Burkittsville. Mrs. Elmer WHIPP of Brunswick states that David ARNOLD married Elizabeth SLIFER and inherited the farm through her. Her father was David SLIFER. This place is in bad shape. Many stones flat or broken. (Copied 13 NO 1956)
    BROWN, Eve  died 1815 age 78
    BURKITT, Ana  6 JE 1827 stone broken
    BURKITT, Henry  ? 1776 – 7 ? 1836 aged either 60 or 69-1-7.  His
    	w Elizabeth  27 MY 1819 age 48
    BURKITT, Melinda  23 JY 1820  1-7-13
    ELLER, Elizabeth  22 MH 1795 – 7 NO 1820
    KARN, Roseanna  w/o Adam (?)  31 MY 1819  52-3-9
    MILLER, Elizabeth  d/o Henry & Eve  10 JY 1835  1-6-7
    PARSOM, S.  1791 at top of stone  11 JA below
    SLIFER, _____ W/O ______ ?  MY 1830  55-5-12  Broken
    
    
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    SLIFER, Abram s/o Samuel b 5 AU 1793 SLIFER, Catherine w/o John 14 JE 1768 – 10 JA 1841 SLIFER, Catherine d/o Samuel & M. 15 NO 1834 25-5-12 SLIFER, David 20 JE 1777 – 14 JA 1811 SLIFER, H. 1783 – 1806 SLIFER, John 17 OC 1822 79-5-3 SLIFER, John 12 MY 1767 – 9 SE 1836 SLIFER, Mary Ann w/o Jacob 17 NO 1832 57-11-14 SLIFER, Peter 2 NO 1823 41-6-26 SLIFER, Samuel 30 SE 1839 79-3-20 SLIFER, Seneth 16 JY 1834 86-11-23 WHIPP, John 26 JA 1786 – 19 FE 1835

  • SUMMERS FAMILY CEMETERY Summers Family Cemetery
    at the crossroads, 1000 ft. east of Church Hill cemetery near Ellerton.
    Lies at side of road to Myersville.
    (Copied 31 DE 1957) Badly overgrown and neglected.
    ALBAUGH, Mary Ann w/o Abraham  15 MH 1825 – 20 AU 1864 
         and their daughter
    	Elizabeth M.  10 AU 1857  0-10-26
    MICHAEL, Amanda d/o Wm. H. and Barbara  28 JY 1864  0-7-23
    SUMMERS, Barbara  29 JE 1827  age 83
    SUMMERS, Barbara  d/o Abraham and Catherine  29 AU 1824  0-9-0
    SUMMERS, Christopher  5 FE 1849  88-7-18
    SUMMERS, Daniel  12 MH 1830 – 22 MH 1831
    SUMMERS, Jacob  24 NO 1791 – 5 OC 1868
    	w Elizabeth  24 MH 1875  75-2-10
    	w Catherine 3 AP 1845  49-2-22
    SUMMERS, John  5 NO 1801 – 21 DE 1848
    SUMMERS, John s/o Abraham and Catherine  13 JA 1856  6-4-0
    SUMMERS, Lydia Ann Margaret  14 AU 1854  19-1-24
    SUMMERS, Mary A.  24 FE 1827 – 18 OC 1827
    SUMMERS, Mary Ann  17 FE 1822 – 16 JY 1823
    SUMMERS, Sarah A.E.  21 JA 1832 – 2 NO 1837
    
    This cemetery can be seen from the graveyard at Church Hill 
    (St. John’s Lutheran) looking east.
    
    NOTE - In 1999, Jan Summers Duffy recorded a few additional stones.
    
    SUMMERS, Adam (no dates, infant)
    SUMMERS, Catherine  d/ 25 Jan 1888, w/o Abraham
    SUMMERS, F. R. (no dates)
    SUMMERS, Jacob  d/ 30 Nov ? (infant)
    SUMMERS, John T.  d/ 13 Jun 1856, s/o Abraham and Catherine
       (slightly different from the one above)
    
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  • MAIN FAMILY CEMETERY
    lies south of Rt. 40 and about two tenths mile east of High Knob (Gambrills Park). It is on the slope 100 feet from the road. (Copied 16 AP 1957)
    FISTERN, Anna  (Slate slab in bad shape but 
                    can read 25 AU and years 1796 and 1801)
    MAHN, George  14 SE 1787 – 27 JE 1849
    MAHN, Joseph G.  16 JY 1849 – 16 AP 1850
    MAIN, Cornelius  4 JE 1839  4-6-18
    MAIN, Edward C.  s/o David & Sarah A.  3 OC 1839 – 15 JE 1841
    MAIN, Gideon  12 JE 1842 – 13 JY 1847
    MAIN, Maryate M. d/o John T. & Sarah A.  23 MY 1843  4-11-12
    MAIN, Sarah A.  w/o David  26 SE 1803 – 6 AU 1842
    MAIN, Susana w/o John  9 AP 1825  age 68
    MAINE, Catherine  28 JA 1792 – 3 SE 1819
    MAINE, Mahlon  25 DE 1847  31-2-9
    SCHULTZ, Conrad  29 NO 1880  age 64 
    
    
  • LYNN FAMILY PLOT is at Middleburg in Carroll county. It crowns a hill directly opposite the entrance to Walden estate. (Copied 4 FE 1958, a day of great winds and cold.)
    KOONS, Conrad  17 NO 1895  79-7-1
    	w Mary A.  12 NO 1895  79-7-9
    LYNN, Abraham  born Berks Co. Pa.  4 JY 1771 died 9 MY 1827  55-10-5 
          married 1800 to Hannah LOYS ______ (broken).  One child was
          d Hannah  11 MH 1842  age 19-9-5
    LYNN, Daniel  24 OC 1893  81-10-8
    LYNN, Hannah M.  3 DE 1844  ?-9-18
    LYNN, Joseph  6 MY 1875  69-7-1
            w Sarah  31 AU 1878  68-2-1
    	s Albert 28 MH 1829 0-4-4
    	d Emily  12 JA 1849  12-4-0
    LYNN,  Lewis F.  8 MH 1886  46-11-26
    
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  • STULL FAMILY CEMETERY
    on west side of Bethel-Yellow Springs Rd. and Ό mile south of Bethel. (Copied 1952)
    STOLL, D.M.  Co. A 1st Md. Cavalry  PHB.  No dates,
    STULL, Clifton C.  s/o Wm. M. and Ann R.  1 MY 1877-12 AP 1878
    STULL, George  18 JA 1899  84-2-4
    	w Mary S.  28 JA 1869 50-5-29
    STULL, John  see Susana STULL
    STULL, Michael  6 OC 1872  72-8-13
     	w Hannah  25 AU 1804-21 MY 1863
    STULL, Susana  w/o John, Jr.  27 MY 1859  54-10-5
    
    
  • STULL FAMILY CEMETERY on Old Stulls Ford Rd.
    This road is abandoned. It ran from the road between Troutville and Oak Hill Church at Legore
    across the Monocacy Ύ miles below Legore Bridge. The old house is gone but the barn remains. (Copied 1953)
    BOWERS, Clementine w/o Allen T.  12 FE 1863  24-0-28
    HYDER, Sophia E.  w/o Jacob and d/o Lewis & Minerva STULL  17 NO 1865  23-2-8
    STULL, Charles  s/o R.C. & C.E.  13 FE 1869  age 9
    STULL, Charlotte Louisa  22 JE 1782 – 16 MY 1857
    STULL, Clarence s/o R.C. & C.E.  20 MY 1870  age 12 days
    STULL, Lewis  10 MH 1811 – 11 NO 1881
    	w Minerva  7 OC 1821 – 16 AP 1885
    	d Alice Rebecca  18 MH 1849 – 12 MY 1853
    	d Ann Rebecca  2 SE 1845 – 17 NO 1846
    	d Elva Anna  16 JY 1863  20-2-17
    	d Margaret Ann  20 FE 1851 – 22 MY 1853
    	d Minerva  3 SE 1869  22-4-22
    	d Orpha M.  29 OC 1871  11-10-29
    	d Sophia E.  17 NO 1865  23-2-8
    
    
  • HARTSOCK CEMETERY on Wilbur BAKER farm near Unionville.
    Visited 1957 by writer and Mary Danner DUDDERAR.
    Tenant MOXLEY states no stones remaining — probably plowed under.
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  • HOFFMAN CEMETERY on Ed HAWKER farm
    north of Buckeystown at intersection of Earl Derr & Hawker Roads.
    (Copied 6 NO 1956)
    HENRY, Robert B.  30 DE 1804 – 14 DE 1828
    HOFFMAN, Eleanor C.  25 FE 1827  17-9-2
    HOFFMAN, Enoch G.  5 MY 1834  28-7-17
    HOFFMAN, George  17 MH 1772 – 13 DE 1836
    	w Eleanor  20 MY 1773 – 20 MH 1854
    HOFFMAN, John W.  8 AP 1828  20-10-10
    HOFFMAN, Lemuel T.  10 JY 1828  8-11-7
    HOFFMAN, Wilson  27 AU 1834, perhaps 24  24-0-25
    STOCKMAN, Sophia  11 MH 1785 – 2 MY 1837
    WHASKE, Christian  23 AU 1829  age 17
    WHASKE, Elijah W.  29 AP 1838  13-1-4
    
    
  • ZIMMERMAN FAMILY CEMETERY on YOUNKINS farm
    on Ballenger Creek Rd. This plot lies on hill back of some chicken houses.
    (Copied 13 NO 1956)
    ZIMMERMAN, Christiann w/o Gideon  15 JY 1820 – 16 MH 1871
    ZIMMERMAN, Dewitt Clinton s/o Horace J. & Mary C.  12 JA 1852 – 24 AU 1853
    ZIMMERMAN, Fannie May d/o same  23 DE 1861 – 20 MH 1863
    ZIMMERMAN, Henry  12 DE 1791 – 20 MY 1875
    	w Charlotte  1 MY 1790 – 22 AP 1864
    ZIMMERMAN, Ida Z.  d/o Horace J. & Mary C.  11 JY 1857 – 3 SE 1858
    ZIMMERMAN, John  21 JE 1792 – 25 JE 1863
    ZIMMERMAN, Joseph s/o W.H. & Mary E.  22 AU 1852 – 25 FE 1853
    ZIMMERMAN, Michael  19 DE 1791 – 5 FE 1867
    ZIMMERMAN, Miss Susanah  30 AP 1796 – 1 AU 1848. 
               (1796 may be 1790, stone in bad shape)
    
    
  • SIMPSON — On hill back of barn on Tom GARDNER farm,
    Fountain School Rd.above Liberty. Stones flat & broken. (Copied 17 MH 1957)
    SIMPSON, Mrs. Sarah w/o Basil  28 AP 1796  ??-4-5
    SIMPSON, Henrietta w/o Basil  6 AU 1799  36-6-17
    
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  • SIMPSON — Mrs. Gideon LEASE farm
    at Fountain School and Coppermine crossroads above Liberty. Tenanted by MOXLEY as of 27 FE 1957.
    SIMPSON, Charles Grafton  16 JA  1847  17-10-23
    SIMPSON, Delilah  d/o Rezen & Elizabeth  18 JE 1807 – 23 OC 1851
    SIMPSON, Joanna  w/o Rich’d  14 NO 1811 – 11 MH 1853
    SIMPSON, John  11 JY 1802 – 25 JY 1855
    SIMPSON, Juliet Ann d/o Richard & Joanna  31 MH 1851  8-10-18
    SIMPSON, Nancy  25 JY 1856  55-11-4
    SIMPSON, Rezin  27 JE 1847  81-9-20
    SIMPSON, Richard Jr.  1755 – 31 JY 1798
    SIMPSON, Sally  1783  No other date
    SIMPSON, Sally  d/o Rich’d & Caty  1 OC 1803  22-6-0
    WARFIELD, Delilah  w/o Thomas  16 NO 1841  82-9-4
    WARFIELD, Thomas  17 OC 1855, age 83
    
    
  • TENER - Rev. C.H. SHAW farm
    between Winfield & Taylorsville on Rt. 26. (Recorded 4 FE 1958)
    COLLINS, John C.  28 JA 1837  42-2-22
    HOOPER, Joseph T.F.  26 MH 1797 – 16 NO 1857
    HOOPER, Julian Ann  26 JY 1855  54-0-3
    HOOPER, Wm. H.  s/o Wm. & Elizabeth  3 OC 1855  0-2-0
    MANAHAN, Abraham  2 AP 1848  50-9-13
    SMITH, Henry  19 MH 1862  58-1-1
    TENER, George  9 JY 1838  age 74
    TENER, John  13 AP 1804 age 79
    	w Margaret  29 SE 1806  age 75
    TENER, Joseph  6 MH 1819 – 15 DE 1900
    TENER, Kitty Ann  11 JE 1817 – 23 MH 1899
    TENER, Mary  11 JA 1848  age 64
    TENER, Mary Ann  26 SE 1815 – 18 FE 1904
    ZILE, Abraham  21 OC 1855  53-8-9
    ZILE, Conrad  23 AP 1830  age 76
    ZILE, Sarah  1 OC 1885  53-8-9
    
    The Tener plot lies west of entrance lane to farm house.  
    A few stones are flat.  Also several plain fieldstone markers.
    
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  • YOUNG FAMILY CEMETERY in Locust Valley west of Middletown.
    Was shown this plot by Mehrl KEPLER but cannot remember the farmer’s name,
    but inquiries in the vicinity for the Young cemetery will aid the seeker. (Copied 6 NO 1956)
    AHALT, Jacob  2 JY 1768 – 19 FE 1834
    AYHALT, Henry  27 FE 1765 – 24 JE 1837
    FLOOK, Henry Martin s/o John & Mary  4 DE 1851 – 21 AP 1856
    MCBRIDE, Catherine w/o Henry  7 SE 1856  age 69
    MCBRIDE, George s/o Henry & Catherine  15 JA 1826.  No other date.  
             Stone bad shape.
    THOMAS, Joseph  6 JE 1795 – 26 MY 1823
    YOUNG, Conrad  s/o Daniel & Mary Magdalene  24 JE 1823 – 2 JY 1823
    YOUNG, Conrod  1766 – 16 SE 1813
    YOUNG, Elizabeth  26 JA 1774 – 22 MY 1843
    YOUNG, John  17 FE 1857  64-2-11
    	w Catherine  8 FE 1862  64-3-11
    YOUNG, Mary Maagdalene w/o Daniel, Sr.  11 FE 1799 – 5 JY 1855
    YOUNG, Phebe Elizabeth d/o Jacob & Charlotte  27 JY 1858  0-11-27
    
    
  • TOMS CEMETERY
    lies ½ mile south of Foxville intersection, east of road directly beside it.
    Enclosed by cement wall. (Copied 10 DE 1957)
    MCCRAY, Annie Amelia, see Thomas Benton TOMS
    TOMS, Abraham  13 JE 1880  79-2-13
    	w Susan  1 AP 1889  78-8-16
    	d Hannah  19 JY 1864  23-4-0
    TOMS, Blanche V.  25 JE 1894  14-7-20
    TOMS, Thomas Benton  21 AU 1841 – 4 AU 1914
    	w Annie Amelie (MCCRAY)  9 SE 1846 – 25 FE 1911
    	s Edward  27 SE 1889  12-11-9
    	d Edith  18 AU 1875  age 1-8-12
    	s Franklin  24 AU 1873  4-11-24
    	d Effie  21 AU 1873  0-1-0
    
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  • U.B. GRAVEYARD - Sabillasville
    This is an old cemetery opposite the school at east end of Sabillasville.
    It lies between the road and the RR track.
    I was told it was known as the U.B. graveyard. (Copied 10 DE 1957)
    DEWEES, Samuel  29 JE 1908  64-11-7
    	w Amanda E.  28 JA 1897  49-3-17
    MCCAULEY, Charles A.  s/o C.D. & A.I.  25 NO 1904  20-4-16
    MCCAULEY, Christian D.  24 DE 1905  58-3-7
    MILLER, Frances E.  w/o Henry J.  8 MH 1898  38-1-8
    MILLER, John S.  2 JY 1865 – 22 AP 1906
    	w Edith  20 SE 1876 – 13 OC 1922
    	s Clyde R.  13 MH 1890  0-5-23
    MOORE, Samuel S.  10 SE 1881  62-2-6  Civil War Veteran
    	w Emeline  8 DE 1903  82-2-22
    MOREHEAD, Samuel  25 AU 1900  65-4-11
    	w Mary A.  21 FE 1900  55-0-15
    MOSER, Josiah  5 MY 1919  76-0-26
    	w Sarah J.  25 SE 1919  72-7-0
    	s Charles E.  16 NO 1913  37-5-5
    	s Lewis F.  5 NO 1902  22-9-19
    SMITH, Gladys H.  d/o L.R. & L.M.  17 MH 1911  0-0-8
    WILLIARD, Agnes E. d/o Chas. H. & M.E.  2 FE 1901  2-1-4
    WILLIARD, Mary J.  d/o same  29 JY 1903  0-0-2
    
    
  • WOLF CEMETERY
    on Quaker Church Rd. south of Union Bridge in Carroll County.
    This site was shown by Mary Danner DUDDERAR and later was copied, 10 DE 1957.
    BONSACK, Mary  26 AP 1839  68-1-3
    CLOUD (CROWD?), Rachel Melvina  16 AU 1807  0-9-0
    CRUMBACKER, Ann w/o Peter  5 FE 1777 – 18 OC 1856
    CRUMBACKER, Elizabeth  27 SE 1826  age 84
    CRUMBACKER, Jonathan s/o Peter & Ann   ?FE 1825 age 22 wanting 9 days
    CRUMBACKER, Ulrich  23 MH 177? (born or died)
    CRUMPACKER, Abraham  22 FE 1795  50-3-26
    CRUMPACKER, David  6 FE 1786  ?-1-0
    ENGLAR, __ron,  23 JY 1827  20-?-?
    ENGLAR, Elizabeth  27 AU 1832  64-0-4
    
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    ENGLAR, John 29 JY 1831 51-10-7 ENGLAR, Mary 30 AP 1833 48-9-10 ENGLAR, Susannah 1 OC 1804 – 14 AU 1806 ENGLAR, Uriah 15 JY 1822 7-0-27 ENGLER, __m 6 ? 1786 - ? – AU-1810 24-?-22 Broken ENGLER, Anne 6 JE 1792 – 1 AU 1809 ENGLER, Jacob 18 FE 1816 63-3-0 ENGLER, Peter 19 ? 1788 – 17 ? 1810 22-4-? Broken ENGLER, Phebe 17 AP 1815 64-3-5 ENGLER, Philip 15 AP 1817 80-3-25 w Margaret 15 JE 1819 76-5-18 GARBER, Martin 21 MH 1814 46-10-21 GILBERT, Eleanor 2 MH 1835 – 3 JA 1837 GILBERT, Henry 28 JA 1837 45-11-20 HACKMAN, Johannes No dates HARTSOCK, Elizabeth w/o Daniel 15 JE 1813 58-7-0 KING, Anna 4 AP 1762 – 29 JA 1819 KING, Jacob 12 MH ? – 11 DE 181? 21-8-29 KING, Nicholas 17 SE 1837 80-0-8 KING, Samuel 11 NO 1854 age 66 LANDIS, Isaac 22 OC 1842 59-9-6 w Hannah 21 NO 1838 52-4-26 LANDIS, Sophia w/o Jesse 11 FE 1842 26-9-27 their son Chas. Augustus 30 JA 1842 0-2-27 MYERS, Daniel 10 DE 1797 age 48 MYERS, Johanna 27 DE 1791 15-10-15 MYERS, Lydia 30 MY 1793 ?-1-6 ORR, Elizabeth 6 MY 1813 age 70 ORR, John 17 SE 1804 age 84 ORR, Joseph 16 AU 1806 37-7-7 PFOUTZ, Barbara 13 SE 1813 79-0-3 PFOUTZ, Susan ? JE 1823 age ?-4-? PLAIN, David, Sr. 7 DE 1801 age 60 PLAIN, Mary 6 FE 1789 - ? MH 1802 PLAINE, Philip 27 ? 1820 age 1-9-19 RINEHART, Daniel 9 AU 1818 32-5-12 RINEHART, David 2 FE 1755 – 26 SE 1818 w Mary ? MY 17?? – 30 ? 1813 age 58-0-28

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    RINEHART, Hannah, see Abraham STONER RINEHART, Joseph 7 MH 1831 – 25 JE 1855 SCHERFFIG, Elizabeth 23 OC 1761, died 1764 SCHERFFIG, Joshua died 20 AP 1773 SCHREIBER, Eva 9 MY 1740 – 14 AU 1806 SHRINER, Peter, Sr. 12 AU 1838 90-8-12 w Margaret 22 AP 1825 75-7-5 SHUNT, Francis 23 no 1829 1-9-23 SNADER, David 18 JA 1810 17-0-27 SPONSLER, John s/o Jacob 2 SE 1823 4-8-4 SPONSLER, Sarah w/o Michael 28 FE 1802 – 3 SE 1823 STEINER, Anna 18 DE 1799 age 65 STEM, Conrad s/o Mathias & Elizabeth no dates STEM, John s/o Conrad ? FE 1817 age 48 STEM, Philip s/o Mathias & Elizabeth no dates STONER, Abraham 2 NO 1830 48-1-9 w Hannah 1 AP 1821 41-2-28 (d/o David and Mary RINEHART) STONER, David 3 MY 1824 63-7-20 STONER, David 8 MH 1830 25-4-10 STONER, Hannah 31 MY 1813 53-4-22 STONER, John Sr. 21 FE 1841 82-1-10 STONER, Samuel 19 AP 1816 42-10-27 SWITZER, Rudolph 18 MH 1829 88-4-3 SWITZER, Samuel W. s/o John & Elizabeth 22 MY 1830 0-0-13 SWITZER, Ulrich 25 JA 1821 48-3-28 URNER, Hannah w/o Jonas 13 AU 1845 73-11-13 URNER, Jonas 14 MY 1813 ?-4-18 URNER, Mary 15 MY 1813 13-11-18 WILLIAMS, William 20 JY 1821 46-9-10 WRIGHT, Augustus W. 4 OC 1845 4-2-26 This cemetery lies on west side of Quaker Church Road ½ mile from the church. It is surrounded by a low stone wall. It seems too large for a family graveyard and there is space enough in front for a church building. I do not have at hand the proper references to give more details of this very old burying ground. J.M.H.

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  • LUGENBEEL CEMETERY on Alton MOXLEY farm
    on Woodville Rd. south of Unionville. Mary Danner DUDDERAR assisted in copying names on October 15, 1957. Badly neglected, this plot contains a few stones with evidence of other graves.
    BECKNERIN, Elizabeth  1760-1786
    DANNER, David  1766 – 1786
    LUGENBEEL, Ari w/o Moses  20 JA 1825  age 29
    MCDANIEL, Elizabeth  20 SE 1822 age 70
    MCDANIEL, Kitturah  8 SE 1808  age 64
    MCDANIEL, William  31 AU 1819  48-1-11
    
    
  • LUGENBEEL CEMETERY on Frank CLARK farm
    east of Unionville on Rt. 26. This farm is 100 yards east of picnic area where old road from Unionville comes in.
    (Copied 8 OC 1956)
    C.L.  This is a footstone, no headstone is visible.
    LUKINGBIEL, Peter  13 JY 1802  age 72-1-1
    LUKINBIEL, Peter  17 AU 1851  71-11-19
    LUKINBIEL, Sally  7 MH 1844  56-10-14
    NUSBAUM, Peter  s/o David & Mary  29 MH 1849  0-1-27
    
    
  • CEMETERY on Sunday Lane
    between Opossumtown Pike and Hansonville. Look for it on north side of road with steps leading up to gate in fence. (Copied 10 AP 1956)
    BOWERS, Anne Matilda  d/o John & Sarah Ann E.  10 JA 1860 – 11 MY 1862
    MILLER, John  1 SE 1784 – 1 SE 1857
    	w Sarah Lee  4 AP 1874  81-6-8
    MILLER, Sarah Ann R.  d/o John & Elizabeth  26 DE 1846 – 15 AU 1863
    SHAUM, C.W.  13th Md. Inf.  no dates
    SHAUM, John A.  25 JE 1837 – 5 MY 1863
    
    Sorry for meager information on this cemetery.  No one home 
    at nearest house and at another house, lady knew nothing of 
    its history or of the families buried there.
    
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  • KEMP - This small burial place was on Kemp farm at Rocky Springs.
    At time of copying by Major Joseph H. HOLDCRAFT (AP 1956), the military reservation was about to engulf this farm and stones were to be moved to Mount Olivet.
    KEMP, Dorothy  13 MY 1765 – 3 DE 1831
    KEMP, Elizabeth  see Elizabeth STALEY
    KEMP, Frederick  11 FE 1747 – 15 FE 1814
    KEMP, Frederick  23 NO 1795 – 16 FE 1814
    STALEY, Elizabeth  w/o Jacob STALEY and d/o Frederick & Dorothy KEMP 
    	13 MY 1783 – 18 NO 1813
    
    
  • MOUNT VERNON at Daysville.
    This is an old United Brethren church now abandoned and used as a dwelling. The small burial plot lies in corner by the road that connects Liberty and Walkersville. Copied 1952.
    DUDROW, Cora E.  c/o Jacob & Mary 19 OC 1884  age 3-7-0
    MORGAN, perhaps Mrs. Benjamin  10 SE 1846 – 5 FE 1897
    MORGAN, Benjamin F.  6 AU 1846 – 12 DE 1913
    NASH, George W.  1862 – 1902
    WALTZ, Clagett A.  26 JA 1916  68-9-9
    	w Sarah E.  2 MH 1926  75-2-19
    
    
  • COCK - On farm owned 1952 by Miss Courtney STAUFFER
    of Walkersville. It lies just north of Ceresville on a knoll by the old road that once forded the Monocacy. Perhaps 30 graves may be traced but these marked:
    COCK, Capt. Samuel  26 JE 1826  age 72
    	w Mary  1 MH 1826 age 65 and their daughter
    	___________  2 MY 1848 age 65
    COLEMAN, Augustus Graham s/o Chester & Eliza B.  died 15 SE ??.  
    
    Also many unlettered and fieldstones. Also an empty vault.
    
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  • DEVILBISS-CLARY on Timmons farm
    on Dollyhyde Rd. south of Unionville. Contributed by Mrs. Mary Danner DUDDERAR. Copied 15 OC 1957.
    CLARY, Amos  ? NO 1802 – 8 JA 1842
    	w Elizabeth 25 DE 1814 – 7 MH 1843
    DEVILBISS, David  13 NO 1788 – 13 MH 1856
    	w Elizabeth  16 JY 1784 – 6 SE 1866
    
    
  • DEVILBISS GRAVEYARD
    lies at entrance gate to the present Frederic PEARCE estate at top of hill west of Devilbiss Bridge on road between Walkersville and Rt. 15. A very old stone house is on the place. Copied 1953.
    CARR, Sarah  see Sarah DEVILBISS
    DEVILBISS, John of Casper  19 OC 1827  age 77
    	w Rebecca (d/o Alexander OGLE)  17 MY 1755 – 23 MH 1805
    DEVILBISS, Sarah  2nd w/o Samuel and d/o John CARR  died  ? NO 1827  age 44
    OGLE, Rebecca  see John DEVILBISS
    
    
  • POOLE - On the Nimrod NICODEMUS place
    at Linganore in the angle formed by Kimmel Rd. and Linganore Rd. and on top of the hill is a walled graveyard. Badly neglected — only one stone, flat and broken. Copied 1956.
    POOLE, Henry  b  1764
    
    
  • FRIENDS CEMETERY at Monrovia or the Bush Creek Congregation
    It lies beside the R.R. tracks west of the village. Copied 1956.
    BEALL, Basil  7 SE 1898  85-8-25
    CARNAHAN, Jane  age 75  no dates
    DAVIS, George  6 FE 1828 – 6 JA 1860
    DAVIS, George  5 JA 1879  age 63
    ELLIOTT, J.  2 ?? 1843
    FARQUHAR, Elizabeth  1 OC 1817 – 8 AU 1896
    GRIFFITH, Lebbeus  10 DE 1887  age 46
    	w Rachel  28 NO 1937  age 94
    HOWELL, Stephen  22 SE 1829 – 12 AU 1880
    
    
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    M.S. a stone with no other than M.S. 1818. Probably a footstone MORSELL, Mary 21 JE 1842 68-5-10 MILES, Sarah see Mahlon SWOMLEY NORRIS, Mary 11 MH 1856 age 50 NORRIS, William 4 AP 1854 age 62 w Henrietta 5 FE 1802 – 17 FE 1893 OGBURN, Ann 22 JE 1820 – 19 FE 1901 OGBURN, John W. 29 JY 1881 age 74 OGBURN, William 3 MY 1827 – 11 JA 1906 PHELPS, Deborah d/o George & Emma 28 DE 1799 – 23 MH 1868 PHELPS, Elizabeth d/o same 11 NO 1795 – 8 MY 1872 PLUMMER, Ella age 5 months no date PLUMMER, Sallie age 1 year no dates RHEAM, Esther 1 AP 1825 – 20 MH 1890 RHEAM, George 19 SE 1840 48-4-0 RHEAM, Mary E. 31 AU 1804 – 28 FE 1890 RHEAM, Sarah W. 7 SE 1881 84-8-22 RUSSELL, Abel age 66-0-2 no dates RUSSELL, Elizabeth born 5 AU 1791 only date RUSSELL, Isaac 9 NO 1826 – 23 NO 1916 RUSSELL, James 18 DE 1814 – 1 SE 1880 RUSSELL, Joshua 12 AU 1794 – 31 DE 1888 RUSSELL, Lucie 15 AU 1830 – 29 JA 1892 RUSSELL, Martha 8 JA 1822 no other dates RUSSELL, Sarah (?) 4 NO 1834 – 19 OC 1902 SHIPLEY, William 26 FE 1811 – 3 JA 1883 SIMPSON, Eliza 27 JE 1827 – 6 AU 1869 STABLER, Brooke 25 AP 1814 – 14 JY 1893 SULLIVAN, Anne E. w/o John W. 8 AU 1848 – 26 NO 1889 SWOMLEY, Asa 28 DE 1866 age 76 w Mary 6 SE 1851 57-9-23 SWOMLEY, Mahlon 14 SE 1845 age 48 TAYLOR, could be AYLOR stone very bad shape. No dates. WATERS, Ulysses 11 NO 1804 – 28 FE 1890 WOOD, Isaac N. M.D. 28 FE 1833 – 1 FE 1882 w Lydia A. 30 AP 1838 – 2 AP 1901 d Nettie P. 14 JE 1861 – 11 DE 1949 WOOD, Sarah 10 MY 1770 – 10 ? 1830

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    WOOD, Thomas 27 SE 1785 – 15 MY 1843

  • CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN at Mountaindale.
    Copied 31 JA 1958. Situated at crossroads.
    RICE, C. Isaac 31 JA 1857 – 22 AP 1933
    	w Mary F.  4 OC 1863 – 17 MH 1944
    	d Rosa B.  15 MY 1906  12-4-1
    RICE, Clarence E.  1901 – 1908
    RICE, Garland S.  s/o Joshua A.L. & Carrie R.  19 MH 1928 – 9 AP 1928
    RICE, Harold C.  s/o Pierce C. & Lillie M.  31 AU 1921  1-6-3
    RICE, Joseph P.  1908 – 1910
    RICE, Joshua A.L.  29 MY 1898  34-4-12
    	w Frances E.  19 MY 1949  86-2-3
    RICE, Keefer C.  1890 – 1942
    	w Blanche G.  1896 –
    	s James Henry  1927 – 1929
    RICE, Raymond P.  s/o Charles & Ida  19 OC 1899  5-10-8
    RICE, Walter B.  s/o Richard T. & Mary L.  29 AP 1904  22-0-28
    STAUB, Walter N.  s/o Lewis H. & F.E.  21 DE 1896  0-8-6
    WHIPP, Franklin Keefer  8 SE 1957  age 72
    
    
  • STONER
    Where Myers Road joins Md. 641 north of Johnsville in apple orchard, east of road are a few stones. Copied 1955. The stones are by the road near barn.
    BOOKER, Henry  12 AP 1764 – 23 JE 1851
    	w Elizabeth  27 JY 1779 – 11 MH 1867
    STONER, Elizabeth  25 au 1744 – 9 my 1813
    STONER, Jacob  10 MH 1752 – 15 AP 1804
    	w Atrian  21 SE 1745 – 25 JE 1831
    STONER, John 30 JA 1755 – 4 JA 1838
    STONER, Susanna  27 MH 1848  age 71
    
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  • LAKIN
    — Located at 3rd farm lane on east of Fry Road which runs from Md. 464 and intersects Lander-Jefferson Rd, south of latter. From 464 go north. While land is on SMITH farm cemetery, can best be reached from the 3rd farm lane. Enclosed by iron fence but many stones flat. Copied 4 MH 1958. For local directions, inquire for Mr. Frank PEARL who lives on 464 near Fry Rd.
    JOHNSON, Thomas H.  9 OC 1886  76-6-0
    LAKIN, Abraham  10 MH 1792 – 20 JA 1854
    LAKIN, Abraham  1756 – 1799
    LAKIN, Abraham  1713 – JA 1796  age 83.  
           “One of the first settlers of Frederick Co., Md.”
    	w Sarah  1715 – 1797  age 81.  Stone broken.
    LAKIN, Benjamin  26 OC 1795 – 6 OC 1814
    LAKIN, Eleanor  2 OC 1799 – 22 JA 1836
    LAKIN, Elizabeth  w/o of Abram  24 OC 1812 – 15 NO 1861
    LAKIN, Elizabeth R.  8 SE 1870  36-2-11
    LAKIN, John 18 NO1790 – 18 OC 1821
    LAKIN, Sarah  29 AU 1789 – 6 MY 1821
    LAKIN, Susan A.  14 SE 1842 – 28 JE 1875
    LAKIN, Wm.  7 AU 1850  56-7-14
    	w Susan  4 SE 1807 – 14 AP 1877
    	s George P.  11 SE 1828 – 15 AP 1830
    LAKIN, Infant  s/o of Abrm. & Elizabeth  15 FE 1848
    REMSBURG, Rebecca Sabina d/o Sebastian & Eve  23 AU 1835  2-5-27
    SIMMONS, James Sr.   20 JE 1749 – 5 SE 1829  age 80-2-15
    	w Rebecca  7 FE 1753 – 8 SE 1824
    SIMMONS, Col. John  2 SE 1857  age 74
    SIMMONS,  Serena  4 AU 1792 – 16 FE 1874
    SOUDER, Barbara  w/o Peter 28 AP 1826  37-9-15
    SOUDER, Joseph W.  s/o Peter & Barbara  21 MH 1822 – 3 SE 1843
    SOUDER, Susan  w/o Peter  11 NO 1853  age 70
    TORRENCE, James  4 JY 1839  no age.  Native of Ireland for 40 years citizen
    	of Maryland.
    
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  • HIGHLAND on mountain west of High Knob.
    The graveyard adjoins an old schoolhouse now used as dwelling.
    Was told that a church once stood beside cemetery. (31 DE 1957)
    LINTON, Elizabeth  28 MH 1932  no other dates
    WOLFE, Daniel & Annie R. — children of:
    	George H.  29 OC 1892  18-9-27
    	Mary R.  an infant.  Dates below ground.
    	Mary E.  16 JA 1879  0-6-2
    WOLFE, Harry D.  23 MY 1939  52-11-21
    WOLFE, William A.  19 DE 1922  32-6-26
    
    
  • NELSON
    — On road from Central to McKaig and on the Nettie JONES farm
    on slope, back of barn. (Copied Jan. 1956)
    LEASE, Acneth  w/o John  23 OC 1852  age 65
    NELSON, Benjamin  13 JY 1849 abt. 65
    	w Lucy J.  28 MY 1832  age 36
    NELSON, Nathan  13 OC 1798 – 22 SE 1875
    	w Matilda  31 DE 1852  52-6-4
    
    
  • JONES
    — Where Old Annapolis Road dips down to cross the Linganore near Central Church and on farm of Mr. MEALEY. Stone is on bank west of road and north of creek 100 yards north of barn. Mr. MEALEY remembers other stones which were probably destroyed when road was relocated. Copied 1956.
    JONES, Phebe  17 JA 1822  28-8-19
    
    
  • BACK OF REFORMED CHURCH in Mt. Pleasant
    Copied 1954. Amended list in future book.
    HURD, Mary  26 MY 1885  age 74
    HURD, Sophia  19 FE 1888  age 81
    NESS, Chas H.  22 NO 1822 – 1 FE 1889
    SHUE, Sallie  1 MH 1880  age 85
    SNYDER, Blanche E.  26 JY 1897 – 14 SE 1915
    SNYDER, John E.  14 AP 1879 – 1 AU 1902
    
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  • DAVIS
    — This stone-walled plot lies east of Buckeystown-Urbana Road where it curves in toward the Monocacy below Buckeystown. Walk through brickyard and from the back of it look southeast and spot two trees at top of hill. Cemetery lies 100 feet south of them. Copied 4 MH 1958.
    DAVIS, Ignatius  23 NO 1759 – 4 MY 1828
    FARMER, Hetty  16 JY 1841  49-1-27
    RICHARDSON, Davis & Elizabeth—children of:
    	Alexander H.  11 AU 1829  17-9-0
    	Rebecca Alexander  29 DE 1828 – 17 SE 1831
    	Mary Jane  24 DE 1824  age 1 month
    	Elizabeth L.  30 JA 1821 – 19 MH 1825.  Last is from Wm. J. Grove’s list,
    	stone not visible now.
    
    
  • FLEMING — In Carroll County, east of Taylorsville-Mt. Airy Rd.,
    at intersection of Cabbage Spring and Gillis Falls Rd.
    Name Samuel WILSON on red barn. (Copied 4 MH 1958)
    FLEMING, Amelia  2 AU 1872  67-4-19
    FLEMING, Mary C. w/o Charles  11 OC 1822 – 2 JA 1912.  
       (Similar stone next this face down.  Too heavy to left — may be Charles.)
    FLEMING, Thomas  29 JE 1802 – 2 JA 1866
    FLEMING, Wm.  7 JA 1911  80-0-10
    	w Rachel  13 MY 1916  82-3-26
    POOL, Lucy  w/o Nehemiah  14 AU 1796 – 30 NO 1876
    
    
  • MILLER — On MULLINIX farm -
    at intersection of Fishers Hollow & Harmony-Ellerton Rds. Not visible from road. Copied 11 MH 1958.
    BEAR, Elizabeth  26 AP 1836  age 79
    BEAR, Philip  28 AP 1829  age 81
    MILLER, Adam  14 JE 1866  abt. 95 years of age
    	w Elizabeth  9 AP 1782 – 8 AP 1851
    	s John  26 JE 1807 – 2 SE 1844
    MILLER, infant s/o Samuel & Sarah Ann  24 OC 1839  0-0-8
    
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  • AMBROSE — East of Myersville on BITTLE farm
    at intersection of Bittle and Rt. 17 roads. Lies east of 17 high on hill. 14 MH 1958.
    AMBROSE, Daniel  5 AP 1787 – 29 DE 1819
    AMBROSE, Henry  4 MH 1840  84-9-24
    	w Catharina  4 JA 1762 – 23 JA 1814
    	s Peter  19 MY 1796 – 10 FE 1814
    LEATHERMAN, Mary  9 DE 1764 – 10 MY 1835
    LEATHERMAN, Peter  15 NO 1757 – 29 NO 1845
    LEATHERMAN, Peter  21 JA 1803 – 7 SE 1826
    LEATHERMAN, Susanna  w/o Jacob 21 JE 1836 age 40-7-26
    
    SCHWEIGERT, Catherine  age 26.  This stone is in German 
         and could not make out death date
         — “Hir lict begraben und ruet im Herren Catherine SCHWEIGERT
            si hat in der E gelebt XXVI iahr im diser III sehn lein der welt geboren.”
    SCHWEIGERT, Daniel  17 MY 1813  72-9-0
    SCHWEIGERT, Hannah  28 DE 1778  age 40-6-0
    SWIGART, Daniel  19 JY 1819  abt. 31 years
    WISEMAN, Hannah  25 DE 1845  70-1-19
    WISEMAN, John  22 AU 1844  72-7-24
    
    Most of the above stones are in German.
    
    
  • EYLERS VALLEY CHURCH
    — This is an old U.B. church and services are said to be held but once a year.
    Situated in mountains west of Thurmont. (Copied 15 NO 1955)
    BOVEY, Geo. R.  s/o  W.M. & M.A.  23 AP 1892  2-5-25
    CLARK, James M.  26 MH 1899  age 64
    	w Margaret E.  14 DE 1900  age 58
    	d Grace L.A.  4 MY 1883  0-7-4
    DEBOLD  see Christina VOLLMER (Cath. DEBOLD)
    EYLER, Geo. F. s/o Benjamin & Martha  5 SE 1860  2-8-5
    EYLER, Infant d/o W.P. & B.E.  3 DE 1880  no age
    EYLER, John 18 AP 1886  85-2-21
    	w Margaret S.  29 MH 1889  86-0-27
    EYLER, Lewis F.  4 DE  1867 – 10 AP 1897
    	w Regina  24 NO 1873 – 13 MY 1896
    
    
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    EYLER, Infant of Lewis & Regina b&d 12 NO 1865 EYLER, Lewis G. s/o D.J. & V.S. 19 SE 1888 2-10-23 EYLER, Savannah E. w/o Geo. W. 21 AO 1894 50-6-3, their sons James T.N. 11 AO 1895 24-10-1 Lewis B.A. 8 FE 1870 1-2-18 Wm. J. 4 AP 1895 28-10-9 GREEN, Harriet E.T. 12 AP 1854 – 19 FE 1889 HUMERICK, Dulcie E. w/o Sam L. 5 JA 1915 25-3-21 HUMERICK, Wm. H. 2 MH 1846 – 6 JA 1932 w Mary E. 27 MH 1900 47-5-5 s Wm. 17 JE 1905 14-9-13 LANTZ, Bessie M. d/o H.H. & M.C. 30 JY 1890 1-0-6 MCKISSICK, Eugene B. 26 MY 1919 57-8-15 w Bessie M. 13 FE 1897 24-4-13 s Wm. McKinley 16 JY 1894 0-8-20 d Goldie M. 22 MH 1902 6-3-29 MCKISSICK, Henry U. 27 MH 1860 – 12 MH 1908 MCKISSICK, William 2 JE 1896 73-4-26 w Eliza Ann 8 SE 1825 – 29 DE 1909 s John F. 11 FE 1870 1-1-17 MCKISSICK, Wm. Franklin 27 JY 1912 56-1-23 MATTHEWS, Elizabeth d/o Lewis & Elinor 1 MH 1861 age 4 days MUTH, Susan w/o John 2 OC 1912 81-7-26 SMITH, Clara I. d/o David & M.C. 12 MY 1907 0-4-12 SMITH, John C. 17 AP 1909 81-3-11 TRESSLER, Chas. G. 11 JA 1891 – 30 OC 1910 VOLLMER, Christina 21 se 1918 age 82 “mother of Catherine DEBOLD” WELLER, John & Mary A.—children of: Albertis 25 AP 1860 0-0-1 Samuel L. 18 JY 1864 3-3-13 Wm. Coursey 11 JY 1863 5-1-16 WETZEL, infant s/o J.W. & A.E. 2 NO 1923 no age given WINTERS, George Washington 16 DE 1860 age 7 weeks.

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INDEX
In this index surnames only are listed with appropriate page numbers. Names in capitals denote local names for the cemeteries or in some instances the owners of the farm.

NAME				PAGE		NAME			PAGE

Abb				2		Calpflise		10
Abbott				20		Campbell		 8
Ahalt				32		Carnahan		38
Albaugh				27		Carr			38
Aldridge			 1		Clabaugh		16
Alvey				14		Clark			43
Ambrose				43		CLARK, FRANK		36
ANGELL FARM			15		Clary			38
Arnold		            24, 26		Clemson		     3, 15
Ausherman			24		Cloud			33
Ayhault				32		Cock			37
Baird				8		Coleman			37
Baker		              1, 2		Collins			31
BAKER, WILBUR			29		Cover			14
Bankert				20		Coy			 4
Barnes				7		Craig			13
BARNES, FRANK			2		Crawmer			20
Basim				25		Creager			10
BAUER, DR. J.H.			19		Cronice		         7
BEACHLEY FARM			5		Cronise		     7, 18
Beall		            14, 38		Crowlle			16
Bear 				42
Beavers				16
Beckist				 3
Becknerin			36
Biehl				12
BITTLE FARM			42		Crown			16
BLACK, MONROE			6		Crum			11
Bonsack				33		Crumbacher		33
Booker				40		Crumbacker           2, 33
Boone				16		Crumpacker		33
Bopst				23		Culler			10
Bovey				43		Cunningham		25
Bowers		            29, 36		Danner			36
Boyer			         7		Davis           16, 38, 42 
BOYLE, BROOK			 2		DAYSVILLE U.B.		37
Brandenburg			12		Dean			 5
Brashear			 8		Debold			43
Brethren Church (MOUNTAINDALE)  40		Delauder		25
Brown				36		Delawder		25
Bruner				21		Delozier		11
Brunner			     9, 21		Devilbiss		38
Burdette			25		Dewees			33
Burkitt				26		Dixon			14
Burgess				8		Dorsey           8, 19, 24 
Bussard				23		Douty			 6



NAME				PAGE		NAME			PAGE

Dudderar			 7		Getzendanner		 9
DUDDERAR, MARY DANNER    1,2,3,6,8		Gilbert			34
		19, 20, 29, 36, 38		Glisan			12
Dudrow				37		GLISAN, NELLY		8
Duvall				22		Goodman			24
Eisenberg			 3		Gosnell			20
Elder				11		GOVE, CHASE		19
Eller				26		Green			44
Elliott				38		Griffith		39
England				12		Gronar			 7
Englar		             33,34		Hackman			34
Engler				34
Ensey				 6		Haines		     6, 20 
Etzler				12		Hall			25
						Hammond			19
						Harbaugh		 4
						Harn	             6, 22
Eyler		            43, 44		Harris			12
EYLER’S VALLEY CHURCH		43		Hart			23
Eyster			         4		Hartsock            29, 34
Farmer				42		Hatfield		16
Farquhar			38		HAWKER, ED, FARM	30
Fink				24		Hays			16
Fisher				16		Hebb			16
Fistern				28		Henry			30
Fleming				42		Hessong			13
Flickinger			20		Hetty			 6
FLINT HILL M.E.			14		HIGHLAND		41
Flook				32		HOBBS FARM		 3
Flowers				14		Hoffman		      21,30
Foglesong			 7		Hood			25
FRIENDS MONROVIA		38		Hooper			31
Fuhr				4		Houck			 9
Fuller				13		Howell			38
Fundenburg			18		HOYT, JOHN & BETTY FARM 14
Fundenburgh			18		Hull			 2
Funston				7		Humerick		44
Gallan				2		Hummer			14
Garber				34		Hurd			41
GARDNER, TOM			30		Hyder			29
Gaver				5		Izer			 7



NAME				PAGE		NAME			PAGE

James		             3, 15   		M.M.		 	 2
Jessop				12		McBride			32
Johnson		       12, 13, 41a		McCauley		33
JONES, NETTIE			41		McClain			 5
Jones				41		McCray			32
Jordan				9		McDaniel		36
Karn				26		McKissick		44
Kaylor				23		Mahn			28
Keefer				 6		Main			28
Kemp		             9, 37 		Maine			28
KEPLER, MEHRL			32		Mainhart		23
Kimmel				15		Manahan			31
King		            16, 34   		Martz	            14, 20
Kline			    	23		Matthews		44
Koons		             4, 28		MEALEY			41
Kreimer				25		Mel			 2
Kuhn				20		Mercer (Mercier)   19,  25
Lag (h)			         2		Michael			27
Lakin				41a		Miles	            14, 39
Lamar			13, 16, 17		Miller		     26, 33, 36, 42 
Landis				34		Misner			12
Lantz				44		Moore			33
Lease				41		Morehead		33
LEASE, MRS. GIDEON		31		Morgan			37
Leather				14		Morsell			39
Leatherman			43		Mort			20
LEE, TYSON			 5		Moser			33
Lenhart				14		Mt. Pleasant M.E.	41
Lichlider			10		Mt. Pleasant Reformed	41
Link				10		MOXLEY, ALTON		36
Linton				41		Mullendore           5, 24
Livers				11		MULLINIX FARM		42
Long				20		Muth			44
LOVERS ROCK			12		Myers			34
LOVING, GRAHAM			 8		Nash			37
Lowe				 8		Nelson			41
Lugenbeel			36		Ness			41
Luginbeel			 2		NICODEMUS, NIMROD	38
Luginbel			 2		Norris			39
Lukinbiel			36		Nusbaum		    2,  36
Lukingbiel			36		Ogborn			39
Lynn				28		Ogburn			39
Ogle				38		Schwedner		 3
Orr				34		Schweigert		43
Ott				14		Selsam			24
Owings				25		Shaum			36
Parsom				26		SHAW, REV. C.H.		31
PEARCE, FREDERIC		38		Shipley			39
PEARL, FRANK			41		Shire			17
PEDDICORD, CHAS.		22		Shook			23
Pfoutz				34		Shoup			23
Phelps				39		Shriner			35
Plain				34		Shue			41
Plaine				34		Shunt			35
Plummer				39		Simmons		      5,41a
Pool				42		Simpson	        30, 31, 39
Poole			     1, 38		Slifer          24, 26, 27
Ramsburg			 5		Smeltzer		14
Rannebarger			17		SMITH FARM		41
Ranneberger			17
Rawlings			17		Smith  3, 5, 31,  33,   44
Redman				13		Snader			35
Remsburg		   21, 41a		Snyder			41
Rheam				39		Souder			41a
Rhoderick			24		Sowers			24
Rice				40		Specht			21
RICE, MILLARD			10		Sponsler		35
Richardson			42		Snouffer		17
Ricketts			14		Stabler			39
Ridgely				13		Stackhouse          25, 26
Rinehart		    34, 35		Staley	            24, 37
Runner				 9		Staub			40
Russell				39		STAUFFER, COURTNEY	37
SABILLASVILLE			33		Steiner			35
Saum				20		Stem			35
Scherfig			35		Stockman		30
Schmaus				 3		Stoll			29
Scholl				 5		Stoner		    35, 40
SCHOOLHOUSE CEMETERY		24		Stull			29
Schreiber			35		STUP, HOWARD		21
Schroyer			13		Sullivan		39
Schultz				28		Summers			27
Sweadner			 3		Whalen			26
Swigart				43		Whaske			30
Switzer				35		Wheeler			11
Swomley				39		Whipp		24, 27  40
Tabler				 9		WHIPP, MRS. ELSIE   24, 26
Taylor				40		Whitehill		 3
Teener				31		Williams	    12, 35
Tener				31
Thomas		17, 18, 21, 22, 32		Williar			 5
THOMPSON FARM			20		Williard		33
Thomson				11		Winters		    5,  44
Thornburg			 7		Wiseman		        43
TIMMONS				38		WOLF CEMETERY		33
TITUS, BLAIR			16		Wolfe			41
Toms				32		Wood	            39, 40
Torrence		       41a		Worman			 2
Tracey				26		Wright			35
Travers				 9		Yergen			 2
TRESSLER FARM			 1		YOUNG FARM		 7
Tressler			44		YOUNKINS FARM		30
Trout				14		ZECHER, LEE FARM	 2
Tucker				 9		Zile			31
Urner				35		Zimmerman	    13, 30
Valentine		    14, 15		ZIMMERMAN, MARSHALL FARM
Varden				 3					18
Vaughn				 3
VIRTS, RALPH			12
Vollmer				44
Wagaman				 5
Waltman				12
Waltz				37
Warfield			31
Warthen				26
Waters				39
Webb				26
Webster				 9
Wedeck(in)			22
Weller				44
Wetzell				44
Submitted: June 12, 2003 by Debbie Bittle-Wilson

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