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Flowers left for John Worthington
According to Founders of Anne Arundel & Howard Counties: "The tombstone is of greyish marble. It also bears on top a most beautiful and remarkable insignia. The interpretation of the crest is, 'To him who lies beneath this stone, time (represented by the hour-glass) has taken itself wings (wings, between which stands the hour-glass). His mortal remains must here lie (mortality represented by death's head), until summoned by the trumpet of the arch-angle (trumpets crossed behind death's head) to wear the victor's crown (laurel wreath).' The slab originally covered a well-preserved walled grave, which was only a few yards north of the homestead, the form and material of which is still preserved.
- Linda
 Added: Feb. 5, 2014

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