RE: Hiltz memorials So nice to hear from you. I can only link parents and spouses to the memorials which I create; however, I noticed that you had created the memorial for Philip Hiltz, so you are able to link his parents from his (Philip's) memorial. I am also going to transfer the memorials to you....since I am not related. Loved the photo you added! And, thanks for contacting me.
RE: Conrad Hiltz Erica: Thanks for writing and for the kind words. I have the obituaries for Conrad and his son Lewis that were printed in the Baltimore Sunpaper. Would you like me to send them to you? Just let me know which email to send them to. Have a great day. John
Baltimore City Directories Thought you all might be interested in this link to the Baltimore City Archives. It contains a listing of Baltimore city directories dating back to 1752. Some are only available on microfilm, but many, as early as 1799, have been digitized and can be viewed on-line. It is an amazing resource when trying to determine here in Baltmore your ancesotrs lived.
I was looking at the Section Y part of the Loudon Park microfilm records this evening and I found some more information about the Sinskey and Wagner families buried there that you might be interested in:
Annie E. Sinskey: buried 3/1/1901 at age 51 (she is in FindAGrave as Elizabeth) Ella Sinskey: buried 3/1/1901 at age 36 John A. Sinskey: buried 3/1/1901 at age 48 Adam Wagner: buried 3/25/1903 at age 36
Adam Wagner's record indicates "Removed from Mt. Carmel Cemetery". Unless you have reason to believe that Annie, Ella, and John all died at the same time, I suspect they may have be re-interred as well. However, I'm not sure what the age on the record means in that case; probably age at death.
I went back to the plot today and found markers for Conrad, Emma, and Mary Wagner. I uploaded photos to their memorials. There is a photo of the entire plot for your reference. The other families buried in that plot are Butler, Uppercue, and Machett, but they may not be connected if the plot was divided in half and sold separately. Plot 49 has a marker for Charlotte Wagner Wainwright (1913-1996), which made me wonder if she was connected to the the Wagners who are next door.
I don't think I realized you were looking for the Wagners and for Ella Wood as well. I know they are buried at the same location (Y50) and I know there is a monument for someone there, but I can't remember who. I will check next time I am there.
The Hiltz family (including Maggie and William and William's parents Christina and Philip) are not buried at Y50, but are buried not far away in Y35. There are quite a few members of that family there.
I couldn't find any record of J.Frederick Sinskey, but I will check again if get a chance.
RE: Elizabeth Hartlove Sinskey Elizabeth Ann (went by Annie E.) Hartlove was the daughter of George Reverdy Hartlove born 1806 in Georgetown DC and died September 4, 1883. Her mother Mary Catherine Simms was born in 1817 in Georgetown DC and died April 15, 1861 on AliceAnne Street in Fells Point, Baltimore. They were married July 7, 1835 at the first Methodist Church, Lovely Lane, Baltimore City Maryland. I have several generations beyond George if you would like me to share. MIchele
RE: Behms Hi, Good to hear from you. you're not pestering me at all, I love hearing from people. You need to change George's birth year. I have him born in 1852. I am not at home right now so I don't have all my information in front of me. I have a picture taken at Carl & Dena's wedding. Standing beside George is an older woman and I don't know who she is. When I get home (won't be until sometime in April) I will scan it and see if you can identify her. Thanks again for getting in touch and keep writing. Patje