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Paul Ainsworth (#46929079)
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Bio Photo My grandparents are buried at Mt Hope Cemetery, Woodsboro, Frederick County MD. I have created a Find a Grave memorial, added photos, transcribed obits, relationship links and plot numbers for everyone buried in that cemetery that hasn't already been added. Let me know if you have any corrections. Though I haven't listed individual obit sources for partial transcriptions, most all are from Frederick News Post or The News, published 1-2 days after the individuals DOD.

p.s. if you would like a copy of any photo i have downloaded that is full, high resolution vs the reduced resolution on Find A Grave, i would be happy to email it to you on request.
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Messages left for Paul Ainsworth (132)[Leave Message]
RE: caflisch markers
You are welcome. I did see your request for the other Caflisch gravestones and am working on it. There are a lot of them buried at Walnut Hill.
Added by Joan on Aug 12, 2017 10:17 AM
Base Kuhn
Thank you very much for the Maugans transfers.
Added by Base Kuhn on Oct 10, 2016 6:55 PM
Base Kuhn
Hi there
Thanks for the Lewis transfer bud.
Added by Base Kuhn on Jul 19, 2016 6:59 PM
Lisa Chenvert
I can't thank you enough for taking this photo Peter!
I can't thank you enough for taking this photo Peter!

We have created a new profile for the photo of the monument for her husband Richard Skelling Barbrick:

I would love it if you could upload the photo you took there.

Best wishes,

Lisa Chenvert
Added by Lisa Chenvert on Apr 21, 2016 8:58 PM
Andy Baker
Walter Duggan marker photo
You so kindly (Thank you!) added photos to the memorial for my (distant) cousin Walter Duggan (#21191255). His marker is a double marker with his wife’s name, Dorothy, but no date. I added a memorial for her in Mount Hope Cemetery a while back, and have very recently requested it be converted to a cenotaph because I found she is actually buried elsewhere. Would it be possible for you to add your photo of the double marker to her soon-to-be-a-cenotaph memorial (94172171)?

Many thanks in advance!
Added by Andy Baker on Mar 24, 2016 9:35 AM
Annie Reyna
27786412Ruth Conner Wilhide
I have been on doing research on the Conner Family . I notice you list her parents but the middle name of her Mother is Kerlin, Bessie Kerlin Conner, that middle name you list belongs to JESSE J. 2ND WIFE lUCY, or close spelling there of. I'm going to join Ruth to her parents & her spouse Frank O. WILHIDE IN A FEW MINUTES. Thanks
Added by Annie Reyna on Oct 02, 2015 1:18 PM
Becky Haag
RE: Schriber x 2
I was at Forest Lawn today and noticed that the Schribers have a family headstone. I didn't notice it the other times I was there. The footstones are actually behind and up the hill from the headstone, which is the opposite of most of the other stones there. My great grandparents' is the same way and I didn't notice theirs until recently, either. I posted a picture of the headstone on both memorial pages.
Added by Becky Haag on Aug 30, 2015 6:42 PM
RE: Amy Carmack obit
Thank you. The DOD is Jan 8, 1911..I think you have May.

below is the info from one of the records listed under the NJ and PA Church records...St Paul Evangelical Lutheran....


Amy Carmack
Born March 7, 1891, Walkersville
died Jan. 8, 1911
Age: 19 yrs. 10 mos 1 day
U.B. Church; Woodsboro Cem; Tuberculosis of
Added by SLNP on Jun 30, 2015 8:40 AM
Cromwell, Labretta
Believe this name to actually be Larretta. Probably not important.
Added by Queenbee on Apr 29, 2015 12:17 PM
Becky Haag
RE: Schriber x 2
The weather was nice out today so I went and dug out the stones for the Schribers. I've posted the new pictures. I'm glad I could help out.
Added by Becky Haag on Apr 11, 2015 7:07 PM
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