John Julian “Jack” Chisolm II


John Julian “Jack” Chisolm II

Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland, USA
Death 21 Feb 1965 (aged 69)
Bethesda, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA
Burial Beallsville, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA
Plot Row A, Lot 34 Upper, Site 4a
Memorial ID 40416644 View Source

- Francis Miles Chisolm [1867-1926]
- Lillian Bevan (Baugher) Chisolm [1864-1956]

Married Isabel Clayton (Finch) Chisolm

- Frances Marjory Chisolm Jeffcoat [1924-2007]
- Edna Ann Chisolm Rohman [1926-1995]
- John Julian Chisolm, III [1928-2003]

Military Service
- U.S. Navy - WWI

Frederick News-Post - February 22, 1965

Julian Chisolm, Newspaperman Dies Suddenly

Julian J. Chisolm II, 69, of Beallsville, a well-known area newspaperman died yesterday at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda after suffering a heart attack earlier at home. He was the husband of Mrs. Isabel Finch Chisolm.

Mr. Chisolm had been a freelance writer and photographer, having written stories and published pictures for several newspapers and magazines. A specialist in Fire Department news, he was a valuable source of many news stories for the Frederick News and Post in recent years.

A veteran of the Navy in World War I, Mr. Chisolm was formerly an extension agent of the Department of Entomology at the University of Maryland.

He was also a well-known horticulturalist, and was a charter member of the Upper Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company at Poolesville.

Mr. Chisolm was born in Baltimore, a son of the late Dr. Francis M. and Lilian B. Baugher Chisolm. He leaves his wife and two daughters: Mrs. Frances C. Jeffcoat of Beallsville and Mrs. Edna Rohman of San Jose, Calif.; a son, T-Sgt. Julian J. Chisolm, III, of Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D., and six grandchildren.

Funeral arrangements are incomplete.

NOTE: Per his granddaughter, Debra Chisolm Ruehlman, Mr. Chisolm's gravestone is incorrect. His name was John Julian Chisolm. He was never called Julian, only John or Jack.

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Also known as Julian John and J.J.

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