- Mrs. Notley W. THOMAS, an aged and most highly respected lady,
died at her late home in Brunswick on March 8, after an illness of
almost a year, in the 66th year of her age.
- Mr Henry RAABE and his wife, Mrs. Gesine RAABE, of 1649 Hanover
Street, Baltimore, who were well known here, died March within seven
hours of one another; both deaths were caused by paralysis.
- Mrs. Martha BURDETTE, w/o Thomas BURDETTE, died Wednesday, March 8,
at her home at Mullinix, Montgomery County; aged 22 years, of pneumonia.
She is survived by her husband and one child.
- Mrs. Sophia BARTON, widow of the late Isaac N. BARTON, died March 4,
1905, at the home of Mr. Albert DOTTERER, east of Emmitsburg, where she
has lived since the death of her husband; aged 87.
- Capt. Edward S. KAUFMAN of Hagerstown, at age 55; one of the oldest
passenger conductors on the C. V. Railroad, died at the home of his
brother-in-law, William SNOVELLE, near Harper's Ferry, Saturday afternoon,
from paralysis of the brain, superinduced by an attack of pneumonia.
- John A. CLARKE, a prominent lawyer of Washington, DC, and well known
in Maryland courts, died on March 6 and was buried on Friday, March 10.
He was a graduate of Mt. St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg, this county,
and studied law under the late Reverdy JOHNSON and Robert J. BRENT, of
- Mr. William Wallace NAILL died at his home near Dennings, Carroll County,
aged 70 years, and was buried at Bethel Church on Sunday. He was a well
known farmer and a brother of Col. H. Clay NAILL, of Baltimore, formerly
of Frederick. He leaves three children - Miss Fannie NAILL, Mrs. Bradford
GREENWOOD, and Mr. John NAILL.
Death of Ex-Mayor MOBERLY
- Former Mayor Lewis H. MOBERLY died at his home in this city on Sunday
evening last, after an illness of several weeks of liver trouble at 75
years of age, being a most prominent and respected citizen. He was an
ardent Democrat, Mayor of this city from 1874 to 1883, Justice of the
Peace, and in 1886 was appointed Superintendent of the Disbursing Staff
at the Treasurey Department, Washington, a position he held until his
last illness. He was a member of the G.A.R. He was one of six brothers
who were members of the Moberly's Band in the First Maryland Regiment
in the Civil War.
Mr Moberly is survived by a widow, twelve children, thirty-six
grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and three brothers.
The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon with services at the house
conducted by the Rev. Charles F. STECK, of the Lutheran Church. Mayor
George Ed. SMITH, The Board of Aldermen, the United Fire Company, Reynolds
Post and Grand Army of the Republic attended. The pallbearers were Mrs.
MOBERLY's six sons - William, Harry, George, Marion, Allen and Robert MOBERLY.
Interment was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery.