Aug. 4, 1860 Hagerstown Washington County Maryland, USA
Apr. 11, 1940 Baltimore City Maryland, USA
DIVORCE: Mother and Son seek Divorce on Same Day. Mistreatment and Abandonment, respectively charged in Bills of Complaint. Mrs. Mary E. Stinebaugh and her son, Charles F. Stinebaugh, both living at 527 North Patterson Park avenue, filed suits for divorce yesterday in the Circuit Court, through Ernest E. Stanley, attorney. Mrs. Stinebaugh asked a limited divorce from William H. Stinebaugh, 1613 Abbott street, an employee of the Gas company. Her son seeks an absolute separation from Minnie M. Stinebaugh, said to be living at 10 Pine Street, New York. Mrs. Stinebaugh stated in her bill of complaint that she was married June 21, 1882. She charged her husband with mistreating her and with abandoning her on February 15, 1923, when she alleges he assaulted and beat her and threw her into the street. She stated that she has had nine children all, except one, of whom are of age. Mrs. Stinebaugh's son Charles F. Stinebaugh, stated that he was married April 7 1917, and that his wife abandonded him on Jan. 1, 1920. They have no children.Attorney Stanley said that the mother and son did not come to his office together. The son appeared first, he said.The Sun (1837-1985). Baltimore, Md.: Jul 4, 1923. p. 10 (1 page)
DEATH: William H. Stinebaugh widower, born Aug 4 1860 Hagerstown, died Apr 11 1940 Baltimore 5am at 2101 Cold Spring Lane age 79y8m7d, 50 years in Balto. resided at 1915 Hope St. father Henry Stinebaugh, Hagerstown, mother Mary Lohman, (wrong wife was Mary Lohman) Hagerstown, infor. Charles F. Stinebaugh wife Mary E Stinebaugh terminal Bronchal pneumonia. #F68262.
OBIT: On April 11, 1940, William H., of 1915 Hope Street, aged 79 years, the beloved husband of the late Mary E. Stinebaugh. Funeral services at the William Cook Mansion, St. Paul and Preston streets, on Saturday at 11 A.M. Interment Moreland Memorial Park. Baltimore Sun April 12, 1940.
NEWS: A Mother's troubles. She could not give up her four children. Hagerstown, MD. June 7, Justice Hoffman this afternoon committed three daughters and one son of William Stinebaugh aged from 7 to 17 years, the girls to the Female House of Refuge and the boy to St. Mary's Industrial Home until they are of age. Their mother had signed an agreement in which she consented to their being committed, but when the officers started to take the children to the train for Baltimore she repented and employed Attorney J.A. Mason to take proceedings to have the children released. Judge Stake signed an order restraining the officers for the present from taking the children to the institutions to which they were committed. The Sun (1837-1985). Baltimore, Md.: Jun 8, 1900. p. 10 (1 page)