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Kim (#46883860)
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Bio Photo I have been doing genealogy since I was 15. Collected a lot of old bibles and pics when I was young from the older generations which worked out good, because they would have been thrown out when they died. I love FAG and have found many ancestors on here and met a lot of people on here. Willing to help anybody who has ancestors in Maryland.
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RE: Anna E. Schestag Wannenwetsch
KIM, i've been in loudon park taking pictures so i wouldn't have taken hers. i may have found the info on her when i was adding more of the family in loudon park. hope all is well. ron
Added by ron baublitz on Nov 10, 2015 1:30 PM
Noe Perez
You are welcome for the photo, always glad to honor our veterans.
Added by LKat on Nov 03, 2015 3:26 PM
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Catherine Leach
Catherine Leach is not buried in Green Mount Cemetery. She is buried in Baltimore Cemetery in section M lot 423 in an unmarked grave.

Jim Hargest.........Catherine Leach is my gr gr gr grandmother through Urith ann Leach Hargest her oldest daughter.
Added by james hargest on Oct 21, 2015 11:07 AM
RE: Faulkner at Meadowridge
the glad you liked it -- hope you read some of my stories from Knitn & Picn tab
Added by msb on Sep 17, 2015 10:49 AM
RE: Faulkner at Meadowridge
you are correct. I don't watch them myself nor cop shows nor murder mysteries nor much of the news. If something unexpectedly horrific shows up in a movie theatre, I've been known to walk out immediately and create an uproar doing it.
Added by msb on Sep 17, 2015 8:26 AM
RE: Faulkner at Meadowridge
It's also more about control - over life -- like playing God -- but with negative power. Once you kill, it becomes easier and easier so you have no feelings about doing it again and again. That's why nazi's or isis kills millions, because they erase their feelings for the sake of authority of a man-made doctrine or religion. When people play god, it's essentially devil worship.
Added by msb on Sep 17, 2015 7:19 AM
RE: Faulkner at Meadowridge
The guy must have had a particular bent against women. He lived alone. Yes, horrible undeserved treatment.
Added by msb on Sep 17, 2015 7:05 AM
RE: Faulkner at Meadowridge
I'm not related to Sarah. I went to school and was friends with her older daughter. I just remember Sarah's face and heart as being an adult I wanted to be around although I'd only been to their house once. But not Carvel. He scared me. I haven't read the article, but the man who we think killed them was an itinerant who sought jobs around the neighborhood. He is linked to killing maybe 2 or 3 other women in the area, particularly known for another just down the street from me who was so dearly loved by the whole community (see memorial for Rebecca "Dolly" Davis / Grace Cemetery / Elkridge). She was killed in the same manner. The man was local and worked in a horrible place that took in dead and/or he killed animals and turned them into glue. So he had a lot of experience killing. Anyway, the Faulkners weren't trying to help him against his wishes. The guy must have gotten mad very easily but nobody could have seen he was so off balance.
Added by msb on Sep 17, 2015 6:53 AM
RE: Faulkner at Meadowridge
they were murdered. Sarah was a very sweet woman and that makes it all the more sad.
Added by msb on Sep 16, 2015 4:28 PM
Faulkner at Meadowridge
Thank you so much for the photo of the grave memorial. It is perfect - no need for retaking. Theirs was such a sad case.
Added by msb on Sep 16, 2015 12:45 PM
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