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|MCK||Stephen Beard and Mary Susanna Collinson|
It is possible that the stones that cannot be deciphered belong to Stephen Beard (1814-1897) and his first wife, Mary Susanna Collinson (1812-1872) It is logical that they would be buried in the Beard cemetery. Stephen's second wife is buried here.
Please contact me for additional information. Best, Mary
Added by MCK on Dec 01, 2016 8:37 AM
In 'The Cemeteries of Anne Arundel County', Vol. 1, 1982 there is one Beard that is not listed - a Dr. Wesley Beard who died 26 Oct 1864, ae. 64 yrs. He may be one of the unidentified ones.
Added by inmand15 on Sep 25, 2015 5:19 PM
|inmand15||Rutland Cemetery|Added by inmand15 on Sep 25, 2015 5:17 PM
|Howard Lanham||Rev. Daniel Mayandier and Hannah Martin|
Thanks for all your good work with find a grave. The Rev. Daniel Mayandier (Find-a-Grave #16647792) was married in 1720/1721 to Hannah Martin. There is a plaque reading the years 1711-1745 but I believe that these years are not those of his wife Hannah Martin but the years that he served as Rector of St. St. Peter's. She would have been rather young to have married in 1720/21 and he died in 1745. What might you think? Thanks