James Coker This memorial is in two cemeteries and very rightly so. It is a cenotaph, meaning a memorial marker placed in his honor in snother location. Cenotaphs are acceptable by site standards. We have to whole cemeteries which contain no body. Please refer to guidrlines regarding cenotaphs.
RE: Elizabeth Dorn edit Thanks Ron but since they both differ and we don't know which one is correct then I'd rather not add it. I'll leave the note with her age as it is. Thanks so much for checking. Jane
In the meantime, I found the Ehrlchs in the 1890 Baltimore city directory. There's Herman O., Fredrick, John F., Otto, and Walter all living at 826 Baker Ct.
Thanks for Otto's info and the picture of his grave. I wonder if anyone knows what actually happened to Herman Otto and his wife Susan (Clickner's parents)?
And why did Clickner and his wife choose to be buried in Loudon? Their grave area also shows markers for Daddy and Mom - Clickner's parents perhaps? Guess we'll have to call the cemetery to see whose graves those are. Georgia
Ralph W. Roberts & Rachel Marguerite Roberts On the post below, you 'connected' his sister to him as having been his wife. I can certainly understand why since the two share a footstone, but I knew the sister and I assure you the two were siblings, not spouses. Please correct when you can.