Chaney, Norman Myers 'Chubby' b. October 18, 1914 d. May 29, 1936 Actor. He played 'Chubby' in eighteen of the "Our Gang" comedy motion picture series from 1929 to 1931. The resident plus-size member of "The Little Rascals" at the dawn of the talkie era, he relied on an affable personality, a flair for funny dialogue, and a priceless frown of frustration that seemed to swallow up his whole moon face. He was taught the expression by the master of the "slow burn" himself, comedian Edgar Kennedy. Chaney's most well known moments are in the classic short "Love...[Read More] (Bio by: Bobb Edwards) Baltimore Cemetery, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland, USA Plot: Section E, next to Myers Stone.
Schneider, George b. November 7, 1844 d. January 2, 1929 Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. He enlisted in the Union Army in 1861, being mustered in as a Private in Company G, 4th Maryland Volunteer Infantry on November 16, 1861. His regiment failed to be recruited to full strength, and was disbanded in May 1862. He was eventually transferred to Company H, 3rd Maryland Volunteer Infantry that month. He served with his unit through it's participation in the Battles of Cedar Mountain, Antietam, Chancellorsville, The Wilderness ad...[Read More] (Bio by: Don Morfe) Baltimore Cemetery, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland, USA
Shepherd, Henry Elliot b. January 17, 1844 d. May 29, 1929 Author. He entered Confederate Army at age 17, and was severely wounded at Battle of Gettysburg. He is best known for his narrative works on the study of Edgar Allan Poe, the life of Robert E. Lee, and the documenting of life in the American south. Baltimore Cemetery, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland, USA
Solter (Salter), Harry b. 1874 d. 1920 Actor, Director. Born Henry Lewis Solter in Baltimore, Maryland, he began his career as an extra performing for Biograph Studios in 1908. That same year, he was signed to Vitagraph Studios and while acting in the film "Romeo and Juliet" (1908), he married his co-star actress Florence Lawrence. He continued to appear in eight more silent films such as "The Tamming of the Shrew" (1908) "After Many Years" (1908), "Mad Money" (1908) and "At The Alter" (1909). In 1910, he turned to directing and...[Read More] (Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith) Cause of death: Stroke Baltimore Cemetery, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland, USA Plot: Section L, area 121-132
Tucker, Jacob R. b. March 1, 1845 d. February 16, 1926 Civil War Medal of Honor Recipient. He served as a Corporal in the US Army in Company G, 4th Maryland Infantry. He was awarded the Medal of Honor for action at Petersburg, Virgina on April 1, 1865. His citation reads "Was one of three soldiers most conspicuous in the final assault." (Bio by: Don Morfe) Baltimore Cemetery, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland, USA