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brenda joyce
Ware Cemetery
The cemetery was destroyed when the Fruitland intersection to I-55 was built. A monument was erected with the names and dates of the people that were buried there.
Added by brenda joyce on May 30, 2014 3:09 PM
brenda joyce
Weston Scruggs memorial, could you provide a source for your information please.
Added by brenda joyce on May 29, 2014 6:00 PM
Diane Hurst
RE: Shade photos
You are very welcome. Arlys is a beautiful name and family names are the best!
Added by Diane Hurst on May 29, 2014 5:02 PM
Claudia Pawson Goodman
Jessie "Tennie" Prudence
I will be taking the photo today. Her Grave location is Garden A, Row 2 Space 50.
Claudia Pawson Goodman
Added by Claudia Pawson Goodman on Apr 29, 2014 11:44 AM
RE: Reitz tombstones
I will send you a couple of obituaries shortly. I didn't find anything about Councilman Lewis Reitz, but I will keep looking. The Baltimore Glass Works were indeed at the foot of Federal Hill. These days Federal Hill commands a beautiful view of downtown Baltimore and the various tourist attractions that line the Inner Harbor (Maryland Science Center, Harborplace, World Trade Center, USS Constellation, National Aquarium, etc.).

I agree, genealogy is much more interesting, even when it is distant relatives, when there is history involved.
Added by Candeux on Mar 30, 2014 3:02 PM
RE: Reitz tombstones
Probably not much that can be done about the mistake. However, on your memorial you can indicate in the bio that the stone is wrong. Also, you can link Charles' memorial to the memorials for Philip and Wilhelmina, so that it is clear what the correct relationships are.

Do you have access to Baltimore Sun newspaper archives? Let me know if not, and I can send you obituaries for this family that would allow you to fill in exact death dates and perhaps other information.
Added by Candeux on Mar 29, 2014 2:02 PM
RE: Reitz tombstones

You're quite welcome; it's a pleasure to assist. You're right it is a very beautiful cemetery. I fell in love with it the first time I visited there a few years ago. It is very peaceful and there are a lot of beautiful monuments.

You will notice that there are some names on the photos that I posted that don't have memorials. If you want to create memorials I will be glad to upload the photos to those memorials. If not, I will create memorials for them eventually. Also, there are two names on the fourth face of the monument (which you might be able to see if you zoom in on the wide shot) that you should know about: Lewis Reitz (2/8/1805-5/1/1859) and his wife Catherine Reitz (4/10/1807-6/11/1882).

Joe Canner
Added by Candeux on Mar 29, 2014 10:31 AM
Paul Sutton Kamalsky
RE: Jacob Marshall tombstone
You sure are welcome Arlys. The snow is finally beginning to melt
off. It was 40 deg and felt like summer. No, the stone broke and
the upper port was reset in the ground. The record on Diannes
page at newyorkroots shows one Jacob Marshall, Oct 23, 1773
April 28, 1846. He is the only Marshall listed and noone was near

Best to you,
Added by Paul Sutton Kamalsky on Mar 07, 2014 2:19 PM
Linda Stockton
Ruth Marie Elsberry Anderson
I had accepted the photo request and had spent time trying to locate her. I realize you are new at findagrave, but you shouldn't have gone ahead of me on this. There needs to be a note to the effect that Ruth's Urn is buried in her mother's gravesite, thus the picture of Kathrine's stone. As it is, it looks like you have the wrong picture on Ruth's burial site. Also, I am notifying the person maintaining this memorial that Ruth's memorial should be in the Municipal-Calvary cemetery. This section of cemetery is in a completely different place than the "Municipal" cemetery, which makes the grave site hard to find.
Added by Linda Stockton on Feb 21, 2014 9:58 AM
Marilyn Miller-Saenz
Ruth Anderson
Thank you for taking the tombstone photo for the memorial of Ruth Anderson.
Added by Marilyn Miller-Saenz on Feb 19, 2014 5:49 PM
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