|Birth: ||Feb. 15, 1896|
|Death: ||Nov. 20, 1976|
Raymond Joseph Albaugh was born February 15, 1896, in Frederick County, Maryland, son of George William and Ella Handley Albaugh. On October 2, 1920, in Woodsboro, Frederick County, he married Phoebe Ellen Grossnickle, daughter of Tilghman Luther and Alice May Carmack Grossnickle. They were the parents of 2 daughters: Nellie Isabelle and Betty Jane Albaugh. Raymond passed away November 20, 1976, in Frederick, Frederick County, and was buried on the 23rd in Haugh's Church Cemetery, Ladiesburg, Frederick County, Maryland.
Marriage license notice for Phoebe Ellen Grossnickle and Raymond Joseph Albaugh from the Frederick News-Post of Thursday, October 7, 1920:
"Raymond J. Albaugh, 24, New Midway, and Phebe G.(sic) Grossnickle, 22, Detour."
From the Frederick News-Post of February 26, 1930:
"A SURPRISE DINNER was given by Mrs. Raymond Albaugh for her husband's 24th(sic) birthday. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Albaugh and daughter Isabelle; Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Grossnickle, Mr. and Mrs. George Albaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Grossnickle and children Annabelle, George, Frances and Richard; Mr. and Mrs. J. Grossnickle and children Arville, Chalmer and Geraldine; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Martz and daughter Mary Alice; Miss Hazel Albaugh and Bertha Albaugh."
From the Frederick News of September 2, 1958:
"EGG ODDITY. Mrs. Carl Smith, Rocky Ridge, brought to the News-Post a strange egg found by her father, Raymond Albaugh, Detour. The very large egg, complete with yolk and white, contained another normal-sized egg complete in every respect. The hen which laid the egg is a New Hampshire Red."
Anniversary announcement for Phoebe Ellen Grossnickle and Raymond Joseph Albaugh from the Frederick News-Post of Friday, December 4, 1970:
"The Raymond Albaughs Married Fifty Years. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Albaugh, near Detour, were honored recently on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary. The celebration was hosted by their two daughters and three of their grandsons, and was an open house held at their home, which was appropriately decorated in white and gold. The couple was presented a yellow carnation corsage and a yellow boutonniere by their daughter, Mrs. Betty Boone, after which they opened the celebration by cutting the three-tier anniversary cake. A large sheet cake was decorated by Mrs. Isabelle Smith and Mrs. Mary Krom, with white doves on gold rings and tiny pink rosebuds. Mr. and Mrs. Albaugh were married in Woodsboro, October 2, 1920, by the late Rev. Patterson. Mr. Albaugh is the son of the late George and Ellen Albaugh of near Midway. Mrs. Albaugh is the daughter of the late Tillman L. and Alice Grossnickle of near Detour. Mr. Albaugh is a retired dairy farmer. They are the parents of two daughters, Mrs. Isabelle Smith, Rocky Ridge,and Mrs. Boone, Westminster. They also have three granddaughters and eight grandsons: Janet and Donna Boone, and Joann Denise Smith; Karl Joseph Smith, Jr., Emmitsburg; Ronald V. Smith, Fort Carson, Colorado; Larry, Jerry, Jimmie, Ricky, Randy and Jeffrey Smith. They have one great-granddaughter, five-month-old Patricia Ann Smith, Colorado. The highlight of the event was when Mr. and Mrs. Albaugh were presented a framed certificate from Gov. Marvin Mandel of Maryland, and a framed greeting from President Richard Nixon. Many gifts were received, also a money tree, which was decorated by Mr. and Mrs. Karl Smith. Approximately 150 guests attended from various points in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia. Sending gifts, but unable to attend, were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baker, Hampshire, Illinois."
Obituary for Raymond Joseph Albaugh from the Gettysburg Times of Monday, November 22, 1976:
"Raymond Joseph Albaugh, 80, Detour, Maryland, died Saturday at Frederick Memorial Hospital. He was born in Frederick County, a son of thelate George William and Ella Handley Albaugh. A farmer all his life,he was a veteran of World War I and a member of the VFW post in Emmitsburg. He was also a member of Haugh's Mount Zion Lutheran Church. He is survived by his wife, Phoebe Grossnickle Albaugh; one daughter, Mrs. Betty Boone, Westminster; four brothers, Guy Albaugh of Frederick; Walter Albaugh of Detour; Clarence Albaugh of Taneytown, and Harvey Albaugh, Rocky Ridge; two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Sweeney, of Thurmont, and Mrs. Hazel Renner, Rocky Ridge. Friends may call at Creager Funeral Home, Thurmont, from 7 to 9 tonight. Funeral services at Haugh's Lutheran Church at 11 a.m. Tuesday. The Rev. Nathan Kale will officiate. Interment will be in the church cemetery."
Phoebe Ellen Grossnickle Albaugh (1897 - 1982)*
WAGR US Army, World War I
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