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Glenn Wallace (#46802463)
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Bio Photo Currently on the Board of Directors and acting Registrar of Monocacy Cemetery in Beallsville, MD. I spent the past 9 years archiving this cemetery -- all 5,595 graves AND researched every person's genealogy so their FindaGrave memorial would be a complete resource for future generations seeking their ancestors.
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RE: William Rodney White, SR.
Good Evening,

Thank you so much for such a fast response!! As you can see, I'm brand new here, I'm still trying to figure it all out. I appreciate the information about my grandfather's family being in your cemetery. I will pass it on to my grandmother, as I'm sure she'd love to know, if she doesn't already.
Thank you for your time and your message.

Have a good night,
Amanda Allen
Added by aa.eighty2 on Sep 26, 2016 7:30 PM
RE: Zadoc Waters
My daughter just told me that I mixed up the details of two of the stones we were trying to photograph. The crumbled stone was for George Ridgely. Not Waters. Oops. She says we couldn't find Waters but there were 3 stones that we couldn't read at all. Might be one of those. I am so sorry. But you know a teenager is always right. : )
Added by KEC on Sep 25, 2016 7:55 AM
RE: Zadoc Waters
We could do that. We didn't take or put up the picture of the crumbled marker because it just seemed so sad and disrespectful. I will try to get out there this week and take a good shot of the family plot.
Added by KEC on Sep 25, 2016 7:50 AM
Beverly Quigg Kirk
RE: Stockwell Day
You are most welcome. Beverly
Added by Beverly Quigg Kirk on Sep 22, 2016 11:12 AM
Carol-Jeanne Brown Shaw
RE: Augustine Walker
Found it and much more. Thank you.
Added by Carol-Jeanne Brown Shaw on Sep 13, 2016 11:40 AM
W. Warder
RE: George Lucas Babington (141930607) Glenwood Cemetery
Hi Glenn,

There was no marker for him at Glenwood. Sorry!
Added by W. Warder on Sep 10, 2016 7:40 PM
W. Warder
George Lucas Babington (141930607) Glenwood Cemetery
Hi Glenn,

Here's the link to the plat book:

It would appear that he is buried by himself.

But he was married prior to Harriet. From the Evening Star, Date: Thursday, April 18, 1895:

BABINGTON-O'CONNOR. On April 17, 1895, at St. Dominic's Church, Washington D.C., by Rev. J. Wm. O'Leary, O. P., cousin of the bride, GEORGE L. BABINGTTON of St. Louis, Mo., and MARGARET C. O'CONNOR of Washington, D. C.

Also, District of Columbia, Select Marriages, 1830-1921:
Name: George L Babington
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 17 Apr 1895
Marriage Place: Washington, District of Columbia
Spouse: Maggie C O'Connor
FHL Film Number: 2108211
Reference ID: it 1 v 36 p 376

He married Harriet in 1904 so perhaps Maggie died between 1895 and 1904?

I grab you a pic next time I'm at Glenwood!
Added by W. Warder on Sep 10, 2016 10:14 AM
Carol-Jeanne Brown Shaw
Augustine Walker
May I ask you where you got the information of the ancestors of Augustine Walker? My husband is a direct ancestor of his and I am trying to gather the information. He is buried in St. John The Baptist Churchyard in Great Amwell, Herfordshire, England.
Added by Carol-Jeanne Brown Shaw on Aug 31, 2016 11:32 AM
rita hunter
RE: William Clark Willson

The Will of William C. Wilson was probated 5 October 1869.

He is the son of William Willson of John who married 1st Sarah Jupine Clarke 1782-1836 and second marriage per the 1855 Will of William Willson of John, his wife was Catherine Beam who died July 1862. She is interred in the same cemetery in Clarksburg.

I am currently researching the Clark Waters House in Clarksburg where I had lived in the 1960's.
Added by rita hunter on Aug 30, 2016 3:01 PM
RE: George Gardner 158164967
Thanks Glenn. I am hoping that when I find the stone it will clear it up.
Added by Sanebee on Aug 26, 2016 8:46 AM
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