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Sanebee (#47775620)
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Bio Photo My husband and I are primarily documenting cemeteries in Washington and Frederick Counties in Maryland.

All edits, corrections and links are welcome. I would appreciate it if you would use the "edit" feature on the memorial to send me edits and requests for transfer. Sorry, but due to time restraints I am going to have to ignore/delete any requests that are left on my profile page. If I decline an edit it is because I cannot find proof - and yes, I research every edit. If I do decline I always add a comment with the reason. You would not believe how many edits I get that I have to decline because they are incorrect.

I WILL ONLY LINK TO MEMORIALS THAT ARE IN ACTUAL CEMETERIES. This is Find-a-Grave - if you don't know where they are buried don't put them in. Please read the FAG rules. If you put a memorial in without a cemetery you have 30 days to add the cemetery.

I would like to thank everyone who has sent me edits and links, especially FAG Contributors, Eloop III and Genealogy Nut.

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We all need a chuckle now and then:

TUCKER, a pet cat owned by W.E. Itnyre, Boonsboro, which died last week at the ripe age of 18 years, was given a real burial, the remains of the feline, which was highly prized by the family, being laid to rest in a coffin, which had been constructed by the cat's owner at the Maryland Pressed Steel plant here. The coffin had been used by salesman for the Montross Metal Casket Co., in selling the product.

Source: Daily Mail (Hagerstown, MD)
February 1923
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Base Kuhn
Hi there
Thanks For my uncle Jon's obituary.
Added by Base Kuhn on Jul 22, 2016 6:40 PM
Marcus Knight
Park Height Cemetery
I am working with the Brunswick History Commission and we would like to keep a list of the burials in Park Height Cemetery. Would you have a list you could share with us.

My personal email is:

Thank you,

Jerry Knight
Brunswick History Commission
Added by Marcus Knight on Jul 17, 2016 11:39 AM
debbie lozano
emma pauline cord buchanan
your welcome. thank you (emma Pauline)
Added by debbie lozano on Jul 11, 2016 3:53 PM
debbie lozano
emma pauline cord buchanan
Find A Grave#141544290
Morning, would you change Pauline's mother to Missouri wyatt charshee, thanks, Debbie

MISSOURI Wyatt CORD: After an illness of ten weeks’ duration. Mrs. Missouri Wyatt Cord, wife of Mr. Frank P. Cord, Sr. died at her home, 513 South street, yesterday afternoon at 2:15 o’clock. She was 61 years old. Mrs. Cord was a native of Havre de Grace, Md., but had made her home in Portsmouth for the last ten years. Besides her husband and mother, Mrs. Catharine C. Charshee, she is survived by the following children: Mrs. J. M. Buchanan, of Hagerstown, Md., Mrs. A. M. Cord, of New York city, Mrs. Alice Varian, of Baltimore, Mrs. Robert Pretlow, of Portsmouth, Messrs. Franklin Pierce Cord, of Portsmouth, and J.C. Cord, of Stratford, Conn. (7/1/1916)
Added by debbie lozano on Jul 11, 2016 12:46 PM
james follin
second name on stone
On the stone of Mary McDaniel Buried in the Rose Hill Cemetery in Washington County Md. there is a Second name on the stone that i believe is her husbands. I Can't make out the name from the photo of the stone on Fine a grave site. Can you help me? Thank you Jim
Added by james follin on Jul 11, 2016 9:57 AM
RE: Hezekiah O. Transfer
Thank you for your compliment on bios - it means a lot to me ... I will be thinking of you and your father. A stone would be nice to see; but isn't this the reason we are doing what we are with Find A Grave? Unfortunately, these headstones don't last forever! Take care, Linda
Added by WindChimes on Jul 09, 2016 3:17 PM
RE: Hezekiah O.
Thank you so much for the transfer - it means alot to me! Sincerely, Linda
Added by WindChimes on Jul 09, 2016 3:06 PM
Diane Clark Smith
RE: Hugh Barnes
I wonder if the person that wrote down the record was mistaken about her maiden name? I will ask cousin Agnes. The record is an 8 1/2 X 11 sheet of paper, very simple but she copied it for me to work off of. She is a Barnes. Thanks for your effort.

Added by Diane Clark Smith on Jun 10, 2016 9:56 AM
Diane Clark Smith
RE: Hugh Barnes
I thought they were the parents of Caroline but hadn't checked Find A Grave for them. In the Barnes tree (which is a sheet of paper with names and dates that is now very old)Caroline has the name of Saltz. On Ancestry of course I found Ambrose but I wonder where the Saltz comes from? It looks like Caroline had either a previous husband or snuck in another somewhere. LOL Have you seen anything like that name?
Added by Diane Clark Smith on Jun 08, 2016 9:23 PM
Diane Clark Smith
Hugh Barnes
Thank you for the edit for Hugh Barnes. Thank you for taking time to find Carolyn Miller, his widow. My husband's first cousin is a Barnes so this family is a close relation. She will be very happy to learn the life dates for this great-grandfather. Have you any additional information about him? The family just has a bare bones tree. And I discovered at least two George Washington Barnes in my research. I was first off track with the wrong one. He also goes back to Maryland.

Diane Clark Smith
Added by Diane Clark Smith on Jun 08, 2016 12:13 PM
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