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 Charles Herman Rabbitt

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Charles Herman Rabbitt

Birth
Death
10 Oct 1972 (aged 81)
Burial
Gaithersburg, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA
Memorial ID
45421842 View Source

From "Our Maryland Heritage" by William Neal Hurley, Jr.:

Charles Herman Rabbitt was a very prosperous farmer near Gaithersburg, well-known locally and nationally in the cattle markets. At the time of his death, it was reported in the local newspapers that a vast horde of coins was found buried in milk cans in his yard, totaling about one half million dollars, and perhaps more for their numismatic values. Reportedly, he did not trust the security of the banks and buried the money. There were numerous amusing tales circulating about his wealth and his various trades and business activities; some of them no doubt true.

From "Our Maryland Heritage" by William Neal Hurley, Jr.:

Charles Herman Rabbitt was a very prosperous farmer near Gaithersburg, well-known locally and nationally in the cattle markets. At the time of his death, it was reported in the local newspapers that a vast horde of coins was found buried in milk cans in his yard, totaling about one half million dollars, and perhaps more for their numismatic values. Reportedly, he did not trust the security of the banks and buried the money. There were numerous amusing tales circulating about his wealth and his various trades and business activities; some of them no doubt true.


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