1929 Obits from the Daily Banner, Dorchester County, Md A thru M

ABBOTT, Samuel C. aged 67 yrs died at his home at Robbins Tuesday.
Wife - Not named
Dau - Mrs Virgil INSLEY of Cambridge
Dau - Mrs Alice WROTEN of Laurel, De.
Dau - Mrs Bertie WEBSTER of Deal's Island
Dau - Mrs Victoria PARR of Philadelphia
Son - Wilson ABBOTT of Robbins
Son - Carl ABBOTT of Robbins
Son - Arthur ABBOTT of Robbins
Funeral was held at Robbins Church yesterday & interment in cemetery
at Robbins (Friday - 5 Apr 1929)

ALBAUGH, William E. died Saturday at 5PM in Philadelphia.  Father of
Frank E. ALBAUGH of Cambridge
(Saturday - 2 Feb 1929)

ALBERT, Eva Adams died 10 Feb 1926 - Memoriam by mother
(Saturday 9 Feb 1929)

ANDREWS, Stephen Spry died at his home on Mills St. yesterday.
Direct descendant of Major William ANDREWS who came to America from
England in 1711.  lst settled in Eastern Virginia, but then coming to
Dorchester Co., Md
Parents - (the late) Stephen & Rebecca CARROLL ANDREWS
Grandfather - Medford ANDREWS, the son of Stephen ANDREWS, the son of
Isaac ANDREWS & a grandson of Major ANDREWS the founder of the family
in America.  Born in Upper Dorchester
Wife - (former) Miss Mary W. JONES
Son - S. Ralph ANDREWS, Clerk of Circuit Court in Cecil Co.
Son - Rev. Milton S. ANDREWS , Pastor of Wesley Church, Dover, De.
Brother - Former Senator, Joseph B. ANDREWS of Hurlock
Funeral at home, 116 Mill St. Wednesday & interment in Cambridge
Cemetery (LONG obit on life) (Monday - 22 Apr 1929)

ANDREW, William Hughlett, son of the late Tilghman & Christiana Wright
ANDREW died at his home in East New Market Monday.
1st wife - Miss Millie HICKS
2nd wife - Miss Gertrude HICKS
Funeral at St. Stephens P.E. Church in East New Market Wednesday &
interment in Hicks Burying Ground on George HICKS farm
(Write up in East New Market Items) (Saturday - 15 Jun 1929)

ANDREW, William H., son of the late Tilghman & Christiana ANDREW died
at his home near East New Market Sunday evening 9 June 1929.  Born
1 Jan 1857.
Wife - Gertrude Hicks ANDREW
Son - Clarke ANDREW at home
Son - Thomas ANDREW at home
Sister - Mrs Celia R. COLLINS of Hurlock
Sister - Mrs Emma MOORE of Easton
Brother - Rev. Lewis C. ANDREW of White Plains, N.Y
Brother - Tilghman J. ANDREW of Baltimore
Funeral was held at 4PM Wednesday in the P.E. Church & interment was
in the Hicks family burying ground (Friday - 14 June 1929)

BAUMGARTNER, Mrs Anna of Vienna died - Funeral at home of her son,
Reuben H. BAUMGARTNER Wednesday 12 June at 11AM (Monday 10 June 1929)

BAUMGARTNER, Anna, widow of John BAUMGARTNER died at the home of her
son, Reuben H. BAUMGARTNER, Vienna at 5AM Monday 10 June 1929.
Born 6 Mar 1846 Canton of Glarus, Switzerland.  At age 7 she immi-
grated to US with grandparents, Mr & Mrs Francis HEFTY settling in
Green Co., Wis.  On 19 Jan 1865 she married John BAUMGARTNER and they
came to Dorchester Co., Md in 1898.  John died 9 Nov 1915.  Of 10
children, 7 survive:
Dau - Mrs Maggie LEGLER of Monroe, Wis.
Dau - Mrs Anna TWILLEY of Washington, D.C.
Dau - Mrs Lydia ROLPH of Denver, Co.
Son - Herman BAUMGARTNER of Salem
Son - Otto BAUMGARTNER of Salem
Son - Reuben BAUMGARTNER of Vienna
Dau - Mrs Ernest J. GORE of Cambridge
15 grandchildren & 6 great grandchildren
Sister - Mrs Sabina Zum GRUNNEN of Minnesota
Funeral on Wednesday at 11AM at son's home & interment in East New
Market Cemetery (Long obit) (Tuesday 11 June 1929)

BRADLEY, William aged 20 yrs & Walter ROBBINS aged 16, (black) were
killed instantly last night when their auto was hit by a locomotive
at Snow Hill, Md - Marshall JOHNSON, aged 20 yrs died at Peninsula
General Hospital, Salisbury and Harold PAYNE aged 50 & Paige MORTON
aged 20 were injured and are not expected to live (Story)
(Wednesday - 22 May 1929)

BRADSHAW, Sarah C., aged 72 yrs widow of Joseph BRADSHAW of Drawbridge
died this morning at her home, 402 Henry St.
Dau - Mrs Maggie STEVENS of Cambridge
Son - James H. BRADSHAW of Drawbridge
Son - Noble F. BRADSHAW of East New Market
Son - Albanus BRADSHAW of Cambridge
Son - William BRADSHAW of Cambridge
Son - Richard BRADSHAW of Trenton, N.J.
Sister - Mrs Sophia LAWSON of Cambridge
Sister - Mrs Ellen PROCTOR of Airey
Brother - Jefferson WILLEY of Chester, Pa
Brother - Daniel H. WILLEY of Drawbridge
Funeral at home Wednesday & interment in family burying ground,
Drawbridge (Monday - 11 Mar 1929)

BRAMBLE, Mrs Sarah E. died at her home, 2321 N. Calvert St. Baltimore
aged 69 yrs of a prolonged illness.  Daughter of the late Mr & Mrs
William ROBINSON, a properous land owner at Town Point.  She moved to
Baltimore about 25 years ago.
Sister - Mrs Francis J. MOORE of Philadelphia
Sister - Mrs Victor TUBMAN of Baltimore
Sister - Miss Mollie ROBINSON of Baltimore
Burial will be in Cambridge Cemetery at 11AM Friday - Pallbearers will
be Robinson C. WATTERS of Cambridge & B. Courtney WATTERS of Baltimore
both her lst cousins - Earl OREM, William H. JORDAN, William SKINNER
& Herbert DAIL (Thursday - 7 Mar 1929)

BROMWELL, William Clarence died in Baltimore Sunday 20 Jan at 3PM
Sister - Mrs _______ HORSEMAN of Baltimore
Sister - Mrs Valeria LENT of Baltimore
Sister - Mrs John B. WOOLFORD of Madison
Funeral on Tuesday at Madison M.E. Church & interment at Old Trinity
(Monday - 21 Jan 1929)

BULLOCK, Mrs Annie Bell died at the home of her daughter, Mrs W.N.
FLEETWOOD of Pocomoke City Saturday 16 Feb (Hurlock Item)
(Tuesday - 5 Mar 1929)

CANNON, Betty Margaret, 2 yrs & 1 month old daughter of Mrs & Mrs
Percy CANNON died at home, 108 Muir St. this morning
Brothers - Norman, Frances, Maurice CANNON
Sister - Katherine CANNON
Funeral at home tomorrow & interment in Cambridge Cemetery
(Wednesday - 30 Jan 1929)

CANNON, James Audrey, aged 22 yrs died this morning at the home of his
parents, Mr & Mrs Leonard G. CANNON, 306 Hayward St.  Funeral at home
tomorrow & interment in Cambridge Cemetery
(Saturday 26 Jan 1929)

CARR, Lewis M of Cambridge died Thursday 6 June at the home of Mr
& Mrs William HARVEY of near East New Market - Funeral at the HARVEY
home Saturday 8 June & interment in Federalsburg Cemetery (Friday
7 June 1929)

CARROLL, Ruthford P. of Bridgeton, N.J. died yesterday - Former resident of Cambridge (Tuesday - 15 Jan 1929)

CATLIN, Ross, aged 48 yrs died in a fire at the Hotel Davenport in
Crisfield, Md 7 Jan.  Leaves 3 brothers, Walter, Jerome & John CATLIN
all of Crisfield.  (Story of fire and hotel history)
(Tuesday 8 Jan 1929)

CHAPMAN, Mrs J.A. died this morning at Protestant Hospital, Norfolk,
Husband - Rev. J.A. CHAPMAN
3 children - Archer, Billy & Guy CHAPMAN
Funeral to be in Norfolk Saturday morning
(Thursday - 2 May 1929)

CHARLES, Jacob died at his home Tuesday aged 78 yrs.  Son of the late
Mr & Mrs William Henry CHARLES of Caroline Co. & was born in Federals-
burg, but spent most of his youth near Concord.
Wife - Emma Liden CHARLES
Son - William H. CHARLES of Wilmington
Sister - India LECOMPTE of Baltimore
Interment in Concord Cemetery Thursday at 2:30PM
(Saturday - 19 Jan 1929)

COLLINS, Mary Payne, wife of Clayton COLLINS died at her home at
Federalsburg Friday 1 March at 7:30AM aged 22 yrs, 4 mos & 12 days
Daughters - Elizabeth Ann & Katherine COLLINS
Parents - Mr & Mrs Ira L. PAYNE
Brothers - Vernon & George W. PAYNE
Sister - Ethel PAYNE
Sister - Mrs Della BROOKS of Hurlock
Funeral at home Sunday & interment in Federalsbrug Cemetery
(Wednesday - 6 Mar 1929)

COLLINS, Thomas E. aged 60 yrs died at the home of his son, Ross G.
COLLINS, 1301 Patapisco Ave., Baltimore, Friday 29 Mar at 5AM
Spent early life in Cambridge, moving to Easton & later moving back to
Son - Thomas E. COLLINS, Jr
Son - Ross G. COLLINS
Stepfather - John HURLOCK of Cambridge
Sister - Mrs Mary GREENHAWK of Easton
Sister - Mrs Annie BARROW of Baltimore
Sister - Mrs Ida BREEHM of Baltimore
Sister - Mrs Annie R. MESSICK of Dover, De
Funeral was held in Baltimore Monday at 2PM (Thursday - 4 Apr 1929)

CONDON, William H. aged 62 yrs died at his home, 329 Washington St.
Saturday 27 apr at 2:15PM
Wife - Minnie E. CONDON
Dau - Mrs George WARFIELD of Baltimore
Dau - Mrs Frank SCHAFFNER of Baltimore
Dau - Mrs Theodore SMITH of Baltimore
Son - Louis CONDON of Baltimore
Dau - Mrs Robert C. MARSHALL of Thomas, Md
Son - James E. CONDON of Thomas, Md
Son - Raymond CONDON of Airey, Md
Daughters - Misses Alice, Sarah, Ruth, Beatrice & Ida CONDON of
Mother - Mrs Elizabeth CONDON of Thomas,Md
Sister - Mrs Ida MARSHALL of Thomas, Md
Brother - Harry CONDON of Thomas, Md
Funeral at Grace M.E. Church South this afternoon & interment in East
New Market Cemetery (Monday - 29 Apr 1929)

COOK, William W. died 8 Jan 1927 - Memoriam by wife & daughter
(Tuesday - 8 Jan 1929)

CORNISH, Martin, col'd, died at his home on Robbins St. Tuesday
morning 12 Feb aged 56 yrs.  Funeral at Bethel Church Friday at 2PM
(Wednesday - 13 Feb 1929)

COVINGTON, N. James, aged 56 yrs died at the Eastern Shore State
Hospital Tuesday of pneumonia.  Had been a resident of Elliott's 
Island and had followed the water most of his life.  Leaves:
Brother - Ammonitus COVINGTON of White Haven, Md
Sister - Mrs Mary HALLOWAY of Delmar
Funeral at Elliott's Island M.E. Church Friday and interment in
church burying ground (Wednesday - 2 Jan 1929)

CREIGHTON, Capt Matthew F. died at Cambridge Md Hospital yesterday 
afternoon.  Came to Cambridge from Hoopers Island.
Wife - Sarah J. CREIGHTON
Dau - Miss Ruth CREIGHTON
Brother - Capt Milford CREIGHTON
Funeral at home, 215 West End Ave. Friday & interment in Cambridge
Cemetery (Wednesday - 16 Jan 1929)

CREIGHTON, William V. died in Jacksonville, Florida on Tuesday 19 Mar
of influenza.  Born in 1844 at Spocot, the old CREIGHTON home the son
of John Richard & Damaris CREIGHTON
Wife - (former) Miss Jane HANNON of New York died ca 10 yrs ago
Son - V. Hannon CREIGHTON of N.Y.
G/Dau - Elizabeth Jane CREIGHTON of N.Y
Sister - Mrs Louise C. DRAIN of Cambridge
Funeral in Baltimore on Thursday & interment in New Cathedral Cemetery
(Obit on life) (Wednesday - 20 Mar 1929)

DASHIELD, Samuel J. died at his home East New Market Wednesday 1:15
Came to East New Market about 13 years ago from Laurel, Delaware &
opened a barber shop.  About 11 years ago married Miss Ruby SMITH
who survives.  Leaves 2 children from a former marriage:
Son - William C. DASHIELD of Baltimore
Dau - Mrs Ruth PHOEBUS of Sharptown
Born at Mt Vernon, Somerset Co. & was 63 years of age.
Funeral at home Friday & interment in East New Market Cemetery
(East New Market Items) (Thursday - 2 May 1929)

DAYTON, Ira died 5 May four years ago - Memoriam by mother & sisters
(Monday - 6 May 1929)

DEAN, Mrs I.D., aged 82 yrs died last night after an illness of
several months.  Born in Vienna, formerly Miss M.V. ROBERTSON,
daughter of Mrs William HEARN.
Cousin - James ROBERTSON of Cambridge
Nephew - Claude HEARN of Wilmington
Funeral at Vienna Friday & interment in Vienna (Wednesday - 8 May 1929)

DEAN, Laura, col'd, died while out for a ride in automobile with
her daughter (Small story) (Tuesday - 23 Apr 1929)

DEAN, Reuben died 3 Jan 1928 - Memoriam by mother, father & brother
(Thursday 3 Jan 1929)

DENNIS, George E. (col'd) aged ca 50 yrs died at the Cambridge Md
Hospital last night of injuries received after being struck by an
automobile driven by Clinton A. KEPHART, a lumber manufactor from
Georgetown, De. while walking along the Vienna-Rhodesdale Rd.
(Story) (Tuesday 8 Jan 1929)

DISHAROON, Mrs Charlotte I. died 26 Jan 1927 - Memoriam by husband &
son (Saturday - 26 Jan 1929)

DODSON, Ralph was killed in an auto accident in Philadelphia last 
night when car was struck by a trolley car - Son of Mr & Mrs Joseph
DODSON of Henry St. (Thursday - 24 Jan 1929)

DODSON, Joseph Ralph, Jr, aged 23 yrs son of Mr & Mrs Joseph R. DODSON
was killed along with 3 others when their car collided with a trolley
at Kensington. His fiance, Miss Patricia CAMPBELL, aged 18 daughter of
Mrs Catherine CAMPBELL of Frankford also died. The others were Miss
Dolly SOVEL aged 29 yrs & Joseph JAEGER, aged 38 yrs who were also
engaged.  The only survivor was 15 year old, Leroy LLOYD, son of Mrs
Annie LLOYD a cousin of DODSON.
Brothers - Raymond & Randall DODSON
Sisters - Amelia & Nancy DODSON
Funeral at home, 306 Henry St. & interment in Greenlawn Cemetery
(LONG story) (Friday - 25 Jan 1929)

D'ORTEY, Nunzio of Philadelphia, following a 2 day quarrel with his
wife, Josephine, at the home of her grandmother, Mary JOHNSON of
Cabin Creek, shot her with a pistol in the wrist at 6:00 yesterday &
then went to an outbuilding and killed himself.  They had been married
& living in Philadelphia for about 3 years where he was employed as a
barber - She had left a few months ago & he followed.  Four years ago
Hobart PRICE killed himself over the same woman (Long story)
(Wednesday - 6 Mar 1929)

EDGER, Ella Hubbard, widow of George W. EDGAR died at her home this
morning - Daughter of the late, John & Sarah HUBBARD
Son - Harry Earle EDGER
Grandchildren - Miss Virginia A. EDGER, James Wrightson EDGER & George
Hubbard EDGER
Funeral at home Saturday & interment in Cambridge Cemetery
(Wednesday - 23 Jan 1929)

EDGER, Master George Hubbard, son of Harry & the late Leah EDGER died
today at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore - Funeral will be Thursday
afternoon at father's home, 109 West End Ave. (Tuesday - 4 June 1929)

EDGER, George Hubbard, 14 yr old son of Harry E. & the late Levie 
lEIGH EVANS died Tuesday at the Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, Baltimore
Sister - Miss Virginia Adams EDGER
Brother - Wrightson EDGER
Funeral at home on Thursday & interment in Cambridge Cemetery
(Wednesday - 5 June 1929)

ELLIOTT, James H.T. of Vienna died on the 1st trip out on his new
sailboat.  His son, John ELLIOTT, 18, who had never been in a sail-
boat made port after an all night struggle with a sloop.
(Monday - 17 June 1929)

ELLIOTT, Capt James, aged 60 yrs died Friday night while en route
from Oxford to Vienna off Sharp's Island Light.  Son John ELLIOTT,
aged between 13 & 14 turned the boat around & reached Oxford on
Wife - Nannie ELLIOTT
Dau - Mrs Orville MOSIER of Battle Creek, Michigan
Dau - Miss Norma ELLIOTT of Vienna
Dau - Miss Annie ELLIOTT of Wilmington
Son - John ELLIOTT
Several brothers & sisters
Funeral held this afternoon at Oxford & interment in family burying
ground at Mardela Springs (Long story) (Tuesday - 18 June 1929)

ELLIOTT, Capt James H. died on his boat in the Chesapeake Bay off
Sharp's Island (Write up in Vienna Items) (Friday - 21 June 1929)

ELLIOTT, Mrs Margaret H. died suddenly 12 Jan at the home of her son,
Erastus ELLIOTT at Quantico, Md aged 86 yrs - Former resident of
Elliott Island.
Son - Clarence ELLIOTT of Wilmington
Son - Erastus ELLIOTT of Quantico
Funeral at home on Monday & interment in the church cemetery at
Sandy Hill  (Monday - 21 Jan 1929)

ELZEY, Woodland, Jr, 2 month old died yesterday in Cambridge Md 
Hospital - Leaves parents Mr & Mrs Woodland ELZEY & 1 brother, Philip ELZEY.
Funeral at Albaugh Funeral Home today & interment in Greenlawn Cemetery  
(Thursday - 3 Jan 1929)

EVANS, Rebecca S. died at 2:15PM yesterday at the home of her daughter
Mrs S.F. MATHEWSON, Morris Neck of pneumonia
Son - Fred EVANS of Wilmington
Dau - Miss Edna EVANS of Wilmington
Dau - Mrs S.F. MATHEWSON of Morris Neck
Funeral at Chandlers Funeral Chapel, Wilmington on Saturday &
interment in Silver Buck Cemetery (Friday - 1 Feb 1929)

EVANS, Roy, formerly of Cambridge died in Baltimore early today.  
Funeral will be held at home of Mrs Walter KIRWAN, Race St. on
Thursday. (Tuesday - 9 Apr 1929)

EVANS, Roy died at the State Sanitorium, Sabillasville, Md on
Monday 8 Apr aged 38 yrs.
Wife - N/N
Stepdaughter - Miss Louise REAGEN
Funeral at Walter KIRWAN's on Thursday & interment in Greenlawn
Cemetery (Wednesday - 10 Apr 1929)

EWELL, Irvin R. died 27 June 1928 - Memoriam by children
(Thursday - 27 June 1929)

EWELL, Margaret Jane died at the home of her son, Lyman EWELL at
Elliotts Monday afternoon 14 Jan aged 88 years last Tuesday.
Dau - Mrs Raleigh DUNN of Bivalve, Md
Dau - Mrs Warren MESSICK of Bivalve, Md
Son - Lyman EWELL of Elliotts
Son - Howard EWELL of Elliotts
Sister - Miss Clara JONES of Tilghman, Md
Brother - Columbus JONES of Tilghman, Md
1/2 sister - Mrs Saul HUGHES of Andrews
1/2 brother - John JONES of Andrews
Several granchildren & great grandchildren
Funeral at M.W. Church Elliotts on Wednesday & interment in Family
burying ground, Elliotts (Tuesday - 15 Jan 1929)

FARRARE, Robert, col'd of Cambridge died yesterday after an illness of
several months (Tuesday - 12 Feb 1929)

FLEISCHMANN, Franz died at the home of his daughter, Mrs Charles
SCHARPF near Jacktown last night. Born in Germany & lived there until
1892 when he came to the USA - Came to Dorchester county in 1901.
Had been a farmer all his life.
Wife died several years ago.
Dau - Mrs Bertha WESTERHAUS of Montana
Son - Ernest FLEISCHMANN of Baltimore
Son - Frank FLEISCHMANN of Cambridge
Dau - Mrs Emma CHURCH of Idaho
Dau - Mrs Ida HOGE of Cambridge
Dau - Mrs Anna SCHARPF of Cambridge
Brother - august FLEISCHMANN of Germany
Funeral at daughter's home near Jacktown tomorrow & interment in
Greenlawn Cemetery ((Wednesday - 9 Jan 1929)

FOOKS, Mrs Mollie Keen, daughter of the late Levin Lingan KEENE &
Elizabeth Chew FORD & granddaughter of the late Levin KEENE & Ann
Gaither KEENE of Mt Pleasant Farm, Golden Hill died at her home in
Baltimore Sunday of pneumonia.
Relatives - Mrs Samuel T. BELL of Dorchester Co.
            Lingan T. SPICER of Dorchester Co.
            James SPICER of Dorchester Co
            James SPICER of Federalsburg
            Theophilus SPICER of Baltimore
Funeral at St. John's Church, Golden Hill this afternoon & interment
in family burying ground at Mt Pleasant Farm the home of Mr & Mrs
Lingan T. SPICER. (Tuesday - 12 Feb 1929)

FRYER, Mrs Annie E., aged 84 yrs died at Cambridge Md Hospital Sunday
night at 8PM
Brother - William F. SMITH of near Cambridge
Nephews - William H. & Oliver SMITH
Niece - Mrs Helen BELL of Cambridge
Funeral held at Mitchell Funeral Parlor, Chester, Pa Wednesday 6 Feb
& interment in Mt Hope Cemetery (Monday - 4 Feb 1929)

GALLOWAY, Dr. George F. who had practiced here (Federalsburg) for 34
years died at his home 20 June 1929.  Son of the late George A.
GALLOWAY & Mrs Lida GALLOWAY of Baltimore Co.
Wife - Clara K. GALLOWAY
Son - Rev. Douglas F. GALLOWAY of Chincoteague, Va.
Son - W.C. GALLOWAY of Federalsburg

GOLDSBOROUGH, Dr. Brice Worthington died yesterday of 2nd heart attack
Born 16 Aug 1859 in Princess Anne, Somerset Co. he was the son of the
late M. Worthington & Henrietta Jones GOLDSBOROUGH
Wife - Nannie Campbell HENRY died 6 June 1916
Dau - Mrs Anna LANIER of Cambridge
Dau - Mrs Burr Powell HARRISON of Richmond, Va.
Dau - Miss Mary Campbell GOLDSBOROUGH of New York City
2nd Wife - Miss Margaret R. BAYLY, daughter of Mr & Mrs A. Hamilton
   BAYLY whom he married in May 1919
Brother - U.S. Senator Phillips Lee GOLDSBOROUGH of Baltimore
Brother - Capt M. Robinson GOLDSBOROUGH of USN (Ret)
Grandson - Robert S. LANIER at Princeton University
Granddaughter - Miss Nancy L. LANIER of Wheaton College, Ill
Grandson - Burr Powell HARRISON, Jr of Richmond, Va.
Granddaughter - Miss Louise Dulin HARRISON of Richmond, Va.
Granddaughter - Miss Anna Goldsborough HARRISON of Richmond, Va.
Granddaughter - Miss Lalla HARRISON of Richmond, Va.
Granddaughter - Miss Phoebe Goldsborough MORSE of Cambridge
Funeral Sunday at Christ P.E. Church
Father - M. Worthington GOLDSBOROUGH
Grandfather - Judge Brice John GOLDSBOROUGH
Great grandfather - Dr. Richard GOLDSBOROUGH
Great/great grandfather - Hon. Robert GOLDSBOROUGH, a member of the
Continental Congress of 1776 - He married in England 27 Mar 1755 to
Sarah YERBURY, the daughter of Richard YERBURY of Bassing-Hallstreet,
Founder of the family in U.S. - Nicholas GOLDSBOROUGH who was born
at Malcon Regis near Weymouth in the county of Dorset, England in
1640/41 - Came to America in 1669 & lst settled in Barbadoes & then
to New England & finally to Kent Island where he died
(This is a VERY LONG obit - Pages 1 & 5)  (Friday 22 Mar 1929)

GOLDSBOROUGH, Dr. Brice W. - Long write up on funeral
(Saturday - 23 Mar 1929)

GOLDSBOROUGH, Dr. Brice W. - Long write up on funeral & a resolation
of respect - Also 3 or 4 additional tributes (Monday - 25 Mar 1929)

GOOTEE, Mr W.T., aged 70 yrs died Friday night about midnight.  Was
born in Caroline County near Bethlehem.
Wife - Miss Wilhelmina HURST
Dau - Miss Mary GOOTEE
Parents - (late) William & Elizabeth GOOTEE
Niece - Mrs Charles HELSBY of Annapolis Junction
Spent most of his life in the mercantile business.  Funeral was
Monday at home & interment in East New Market Cemetery (Story)
(East New Market Item) (thursday - 16 May 1929)

GOSWELLEN, Margaret Louise died 16 Jan 1928 - Memoriam by mother
(Wednesday - 16 Jan 1929)

GOSWELLEN, Parcie M. died 23 April 1928 - Memoriam by wife
(tuesday - 23 Apr 1929)

GRIER, Mrs G. Layton died yesterday in Atlantic City, N.J - Husband
was the former President of Delmarva Eastern Shore Association
(Friday - 5 Apr 1929)

HARRISON, Mildred E. wife of Roland H. HARRISON died Saturday after-
noon at her home in Baltimore aged 30 yrs.  Leaves 3 children,
Edgar, Norman & an infant son.  Also leaves:
Father - L.A. MOWBRAY
Sister - Mrs Reda ABBOTT of Deals Island, Md
Sister - Mrs Marie RUARK of Cambridge
Funeral at father's home, 103 Muir St. on Tuesday at 2PM
(Monday - 13 May 1929)

HAYES, Mrs Josephine died 18 Jun 1925 - Memoriam by her children
(Tuesday - 18 June 1929)

HELMS, Ernest A. "Mike" of Cheswold, De. was reported dead 29 Sept
1927.  Had been a ticket agent of Cambridge & Seaford Branch of the
Delaware Division of P.B. & W.R.R. - In 1925 he went to Australia &
on 29 Sept 1927 a dispatch said that he had been found dead along the
Lincoln Highway near York, Pa - Came to town last night very much 
alive.  Son of Mr & Mrs T.R. HELM of Cheswold, De. (Story)
(Friday - 11 Jan 1929)

HIEGGBY, William F. died at his home, 109 N. Lakewood Ave, Baltimore
this morning - Funeral not complete (Monday - 11 Mar 1929)

HIEGGBY, William F. died Monday morning at his home in Baltimore
Funeral will be Wednesday morning in Baltimore - Resided in Cambridge
for many years - Was aged 54 years.
Wife - Dorothy HIEGGBY
Dau - Mrs Forrest MARSHALL of Mass
Son - William HIEGGBY, Jr
(Tuesday - 12 Mar 1929)

HIGGINS, Alice Larrimore, wife of James A. HIGGINS died at home this
morning.  Born at Bloomington, Ill 29 Feb 1852 where her father had
gone from Queen Anne Co., Md in his early youth.  She met Mr HIGGINS
while visiting relatives in the East & they married 18 Oct 1876.  She
is the last of her family as one brother of Centreville, Md died 
several years ago and a sister of Illinois died earlier.
Dau - Mrs Edward F. WEBB of Vienna
Dau - Mrs E.V. HUNT of Vienna
Dau - Mrs Elwood BELL of Vienna
Son - Don Nelson HIGGINS of Portsmouth, Va.
6 grandchildren
Funeral at home Monday & interment in Old Church Cemetery
(Saturday - 25 May 1929)

HOLLAND, Annie S., widow of William J. HOLLAND, Sr. & daughter of the
late John & Clarissa STAPLEFORT of Lakes District died at the home of
her daughter, Mrs Frank M. BARNETT, Dailsville Wednesday night 20
March aged 82 years on 10 June last.  For many years had resided at
Mt Holly Farm.
Son - William J. HOLLAND, Jr of Mt Holly
Son - Walter HOLLAND of Reistertown
Son - John S. HOLLAND of Baltimore
Son - Herman S. HOLLAND of New York city
Dau - Mrs Frank BARNETT of Dailsville
Sister - Miss Julia L. STAPLEFORT of Cambridge
9 grandchildren & 1 great grandchild
Funeral at daughter's home Friday & interment in East New Market
Cemetery (Thursday - 21 Mar 1929)

HOLLOWAY, Miss Annie of Salisbury - Body found floating in Delaware
River today - Was at Camden, N.J to visit her sister, Mrs Emory WELLS
& had left sister's home Thursday to visit her brother & was not
seen afterwards - Had been in ill health (Story)
(Wednesday - 22 May 1929)

HOOPER, Nellie K., wife of Henry J. HOOPER died at her home on Hoopers
Island Monday 28 Jan at 8:40PM
Son - Henry J. HOOPER, Jr
Son - Paul Alton HOOPER
Father - John W. BRANNOCK of Hoopers Island
Brother - John A. BRANNOCK of Hoopers Island
Brother - Maurice W. BRANNOCK of Baltimore
Sister - Mrs Virgie E. SEITZ of Baltimore
Sister - Miss Alva M. BRANNOCK of Baltimore
Sister - Mrs Lessie RIPPONS of Hoopers Island
1/2 brother - Samuel E. BRANNOCK of Cambridge
Funeral at Northern Methodist Church tomorrow and interment in
Southern Methodist Church Cemetery (Wednesday - 30 Jan 1929)

HORSEMAN, Edna R., 17 month old daughter of Mr & Mrs Ernest HORSEMAN
died at the home of her grandparents, Mr & Mrs HURLEY, 3 Cedar St.
this morning of pneumonia.
Brothers - Ernest, James & William HORSEMAN
Sister - Cleo HORSEMAN
Funeral at grandparents home Wednesday & interment in Cambridge
Cemetery (Tuesday - 8 Jan 1929)

HORSEMAN, 4 1/2 month old son of Mr & Mrs Irving HORSEMAN of Taylors
Island died Sunday at 1:30PM at Cambridge Md Hospital: Leaves parents
1 sister, Doris HORSEMAN & 1 brother, Arnold HORSEMAN.
Funeral at home Monday & interment in Brick Church Cemetery
(Tuesday 19 Mar 1929)

HOWARD, J. Harry was found dead in bed this morning.  Had been a
merchant in East New Market, but for the last 2 years had lived with
son in Cambridge.
Son - J. Arthur HOWARD of Cambridge
Son - Philip C. HOWARD of Cambridge
Dau - Mrs William AMOS of Buffalo, N.Y
Dau - Mrs Thomas O'LEARY of Buffalo, N.Y
Funeral will be Sunday at East New Market & interment in Catholic
Cemetery in Secretary (Friday - 4 Jan 1929)

HOWARD, J. Harry - Story of life & store in East New Market - 
Pallbearers - Winfield WEBSTER, Dan LECOMPTE, Jefferson HENRY of
Secretary, T.J. TAYLOR, Charles BLAKE & C.E. BELL of East New
Market (East New Market Item) (Saturday - 19 Jan 1929)

HUBBARD, Elizabeth A., widow of John E. HUBBARD died at 7AM this
morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs Charles E. BARNETT with whom
she was spending the winter.  Was born 1 May 1844 the daughter of the
late James & Henrietta FRAZIER of the Neck
Dau - Mrs Charles E. BARNETT
Dau - Mrs W. Lake ROBINSON
Grandson - Edward H. BARNETT
Great granddaughter - Barbara Giles BARNETT
Sister - Mrs Jane B. NORTH of the Neck
Funeral at daughter's home, 202 High St., Friday & interment in 
Greenlawn Cemetery (Wednesday - 6 Feb 1929)

HUGHES, Susie aged 55 yrs, wife of Milton HUGHES died suddenly this
morning at her home on Maryland Ave.  Leaves 5 children, Grafton,
Amy, Calvin, Wilbert & Viola HUGHES all at home.  Funeral on
Wednesday at Wesley Church, Lakes District & interment in Wesley
Church Cemetery (Monday - 13 May 1929)

HUMMER, Eloise Edger, wife of Earl R. HUMMER died at her home in
Baltimore Friday at 8PM of heart trouble.  Leaves husband, daughter,
Bobbie HUMMER aged 3 yrs & father, William EDGER - Funeral in
Cambridge at home of Mrs A. BAMBERGER, 205 Belvedere Ave Tuesday
at 2:30 (Saturday - 27 Apr 1929)

HUNTER, Charles, col'd died at Cambridge Md Hospital this morning
from injuries sustained Sunday night in cutting affray with Harry
SMITH, col'd - SMITH is being held in jail pending coroner's jury
verdict.  HUNTER came here from North Carolina & SMITH came here
about 6 months ago with a circus (Story) (Friday - 15 Feb 1929)

HURLEY, Adelle, aged 63 yrs wife of Dwight L. HURLEY, 205 Race St.
died at Cambridge Md Hospital Wednesday at 2:30PM-
Leaves 3 children by a former marriage:
Dau - Mrs Clay ROE of Denton
Son - Maurice TODD of Leesburg, N.J
Son - Rodney TODD of Cambridge
Sister - Mrs Washington JONES of Elliott, Md
Sister - Mrs Swain EWELL of Elliott, Md
Brother - Davis GRAY of Baltimore
Brother - Willis GRAY of Baltimore
Funeral at home Friday at 2:00 & interment in East New Market Cemetery
(Thursday - 9 May 1929)

HURLEY, D'Arcy died from gangrene at Cambridge Md Hospital yesterday
after being struck in the arm & shoulder by an emery wheel at his
farm - Leaves:
Wife - Naomi Insley HURLEY
Dau - Lula May HURLEY aged 8 yrs
Dau - Margaret Estelle HURLEY aged 6 yrs
Parents - Mr & Mrs Major HURLEY
Sister - Miss Ruby HURLEY
Brother - Allan T. HURLEY
Brother - M. Edward HURLEY
Funeral at home in Town Point Monday & interment in Greenlawn
Cemetery (Story) (Saturday 13 Apr 1929)

HURLEY, Dorsey - Tribute by Marion T. GRAHAM (Thursday - 18 Apr 1929)

HURLEY, Maurice, son of the late Levin F. & Iola HURLEY died Tuesday
26 Feb aged 45 years, 10 months & 26 days.  Had been an invalid for
past 3 years.  Born in Vienna, but for past 14 years had lived in
Berlin, Md
Wife - Beatrice HURLEY
Son - Randolph HURLEY
Step/mother - Celia E. HURLEY
Sister - Mrs Andrew WILLEY of Vienna
Sister - Mrs William H. VICKERS of Cambridge
Sister - Mrs Lofton HURLEY of Cambridge
Brother - Cleveland HURLEY of Vienna
Brother - Sewell HURLEY of Vienna
Brother - Watson HURLEY of Baltimore
Uncle - Capt Elijah HURLEY of Vienna
Uncle - Savage HURLEY of Vienna
Funeral at M.E. Church, Vienna & interment in Vienna Cemetery
(Wednesday - 27 Feb 1929)

HURST, Mrs Laura E. died 10 Feb 1923 - Memoriam by children
(Saturday 9 Feb 1929)

HURST, Sarah, widow of William HURST died at the Cambridge Md Hospital
Wednesday, 27 Feb aged 75 yrs, 11 mos & 14 days.
Leaves several nieces and nephews.  Funeral at home of nephew,
Raymond NEAL, 218 Academy St. on Friday & interment in East New Market
Cemetery (Thursday - 28 Feb 1929)

INSLEY, George C. aged 10 yrs, son of Roland & Cassie INSLEY of Henry
St. died at Cambridge Md Hospital Sunday morning of typhoid fever
Leaves 8 brothers & sisters
Funeral at Straits Church, Lakesville at 2:30 Thursday afternoon &
interment in family burying ground, Crapo. (Monday - 6 May 1929)

INSLEY, John E. aged 61 yrs, died at his home at Andrews Sunday at
Wife - (former) Miss Martha WILLEY
Dau - Miss Myra INSLEY
Dau - Miss Pearl INSLEY
Sons - Samuel, Elmer, Preston, Walter & Alvin INSLEY
13 grandchildren
Funeral at home Tuesday & interment in Wallace Cemetery, Lakesville
(Monday - 17 June 1929)

ISENBERG, Carl has been killed in an auto accident on Tuesday at
Wilmington - Son of Mr & Mrs G.W. ISENBERG (East New Market Items)
(Thursday - 14 Mar 1929)

JACKSON, John - Family reunion celebrating the 78th birthday of Mrs
Leah M. JACKSON & the 46th birthday of her son, John Samuel JACKSON
both born on 26 Dec - Husband & father, John JACKSON died when the
children were small.
Children are: Lorenzo JACKSON of Cambridge, Orion JACKSON of Cambridge
Walter JACKSON of Cambridge, John Samuel JACKSON of Cambridge,
William JACKSON of Wilmington, Mrs William REAGAN of Rhodesdale and
Mrs William ELZEY of Chester, Pa (Write up) (Wednesday 2 Jan 1929)

JARRETT, Samuel J. died 14 Mar 1926 - Memoriam by wife & children
(Friday - 15 Mar 1929)

JONES, Melissa I. aged 47 yrs of Wingate died at her home 12:30 Friday
Husband - William Maurice JONES
Son - Philmore JONES
Dau - Marchia Marie JONES
Parents - Mr & Mrs Jacob T. JONES of Wingate
Brothers - Winnie, Melvin R. & W.F. JONES of Wingate
Sister - Mrs Richard B. HAYWARD of Andrews
(Monday - 22 Apr 1929)

KEENE, Dr. Samuel A., aged 85 yrs died yesterday at his home, 914 N.
Fulton St., Baltimore.  A requiem mass will be said tomorrow at St.
Martin's Catholic church, Fulton Ave & Fayette St., Baltimore.  Burial
will be in the New Catheral Cemetery.
Dau - Miss Cecilia KEENE of Baltimore
Son - John V. KEENE of New York
Son - E.S. KEENE of Baltimore
Son - Carl J. KEENE of Baltimore
Son - Kenneth L. KEENE of Baltimore
Sister - Mrs Eugenia TRAVERS of Baltimore
Brother - L.V. KEENE of Cambridge
6 granchildren
(Tuesday - 5 Feb 1929)

KELLEY, Mrs Wilbur died Monday at Cambridge Md Hospital.  Funeral was
at home Wednesday & interment in East New Market
Husband - Wilbur KELLEY
Dau - Alice & Mable KELLEY
Son - Randall KELLEY
(Vienna Items) (Saturday - 25 May 1929)

KEYS, Thomas L., aged 68 yrs died at his home in Morris Neck, Satur-
day at 9PM - Farmer & contractor
Wife - (former) Miss Annie TRAVERS
Son - John C. KEYS of Lloyds
Dau - Mrs C.A. LECOMPTE of Lloyds
8 grandchildren
Funeral at home this afternoon & interment in Greenlawn Cemetery
(Monday - 20 May 1929)

KINNAMON, Thomas F. died last night from a knife wound in his abdomen
received while at a New Year's Eve party at his home, East 26th St,
Baltimore.  His wife, Violet told police that he had apparently fallen
on a bread knife while preparing sandwiches for the guest.  Died of
peritonitis.  Investigation continuing (Saturday 5 Jan 1929)

LANE, Betty Jean daughter of Mr & Mrs Leon M. LANE died yesterday at
10:15PM at the home of her grandparents, Mr & Mrs Albert LANE at
Town Point aged 6 months & 23 days - Funeral at home of grandparents
Wednesday 8 May & interment in Greenlawn Cemetery
(Tuesday - 7 May 1929)

LANE, Emmett E., son of Mr & Mrs Albert LANE of Town Point died at the
home of his parents, Friday at 8:15AM aged 18 yrs & 16 mos.
Sisters - Mary Katherine, Margaret Ellen, Virginia Lee & Alice
Louise LANE
Brothers - Leon M. & Charles ALBERT
Funeral at home tomorrow & interment in Greenlawn Cemetery
(Saturday - 27 Apr 1929)

LASKOWSKI, Miss Lydia E. died at her home in Cornersville at 3:30PM
Sunday - Native of N.Y., but had lived in the Neck District for a
number of years.
Sister - Mrs E. Florence SEWARD
Brother - Edward H. LASKOWSKI
Brother - Arthur LASKOWSKI
Funeral at Albaugh Funeral Home Tuesday & iterment in Christ
Episcopal Church Cemetery (Monday - 17 June 1929)

LAWLESS, Edward A. aged 58 yrs died at his home near Lloyds Wednesday
about 9PM.  Born in Liverpool, England, but came to this country aged
16 yrs.
Wife - (the former) Miss Mamie R. LECOMPTE of Neck District
Funeral at his home Friday at 2PM & interment in Greenlawn Cemetery
(Thursday 28 Feb 1929)

LECKIE, John Gould died at Memorial Union Hospital, Baltimore on
Sunday 10 Mar - born about 56 yrs ago the son of the late T.Q. &
Sarah Porter LECKIE - Boyhood spent in East New Market
Wife - Mrs Blanche Hayward LECKIE
Dau - Misses Margaret & Sarah LECKIE
Sons - John G. & Richard R. LECKIE
Funeral at sister in law's home, Mrs Joseph MARSH of Baltimore on
Tuesday (East New Market Items) (Thursday - 28 Mar 1929)

LECOMPTE, Charles E. died at his home at Salem.  Born near Salem the
son of the late Stephen B. & Rebecca LECOMPTE. Leaves:
Wife - (the former) Miss Helen PUSEY
Dau - Mrs Nellie BAUMGARTNER of Salem
Dau - Mrs Della BAUMGARTNER of Salem
Dau - Mrs Evelyn TURPIN of Salem
Dau - Mrs Ruth BANNING of Salem
Son - Olin LECOMPTE of Salem
Son - Howard LECOMPTE of Salem
11 grandchildren & 1 great grandchild
Stepmother - Mrs Rowena LECOMPTE of Baltimore
Sister - Mrs Mary R. WILLIS of East New Market
Sister - Mrs R. Estella MEAUPOU of Baltimore
Sister - Mrs Edith MOORE of New Jersey
Sister - Miss Annie LECOMPTE of Baltimore
Brother - Stephen O. LECOMPTE of Hurlock
Brother - Lloyd S. LECOMPTE of Vienna
Brother - Fay P. LECOMPTE of Virginia
Brother - Stuart B. LECOMPTE of Baltimore
Funeral at Salem M.E. Church & interment in East New Market Cemetery
(LONG obit) (Friday - 1 March 1929)

LECOMPTE, Charles - Mention of funeral on Sunday 3 Mar at Salem
(Vienna Items) (Monday 11 Mar 1929)

LEONARD, R. Myron of between Skipton & Cordova of Talbot County was
found murdered this morning at his home.  Had had an argument with a
farmhand, Robert COOPER, col'd yesterday.
Dau - Mrs James (Cora) MILLS, Jr of Town Point (Story)
(Saturday - 25 May 1929)

LIVINGSTON, John, aged 53 yrs, a wealthy Wicomico Co. farmer was found
dead this morning with bullet holes behind each ear.  Found by his
son, Clyde LIVINGSTON, aged 17 (Story) (Thursday - 27 June 1929)

LOWE, Miss Lillian aged 14 yrs & 6 months, daughter of Mr & Mrs
Charles LOWE of Bucktown died 1PM Wednesday.
Sister - Mrs Carrie HANNA of Chester, Pa
Sister - Mrs Elizabeth WILLEY of Bucktown
Sister - Miss Etha LOWE of Bucktown
Sister - Miss Nellie LOWE of Bucktown
Brother - Wilbur LOWE of Bucktown
Funeral at Bucktown Church Friday & interment in East New Market
Cemetery (Thursday - 28 Mar 1929)

MARSHALL, Elijah  aged 86 yrs died Tuesday at 5:30 at his home at
Dau - Mrs Mitchell HUBBARD
Dau - Miss Gertrude MARSHALL
Dau - Mrs Florence SPEDDEN
3 grandchildren & 2 great granchildren
Brother - A.B. MARSHALL of Hills Point
Funeral on Friday at Spedden's Church & interment in Sewards Burying
ground (Wednesday - 30 Jan 1929)

MAXWELL, Martha J., aged 94 yrs, widow of John E. MAXWELL died at the
home of her daughter, Mrs Matthew ROSE of Milford, De. Saturday
Dau - Mrs Matthew ROSE
Son - John J. MAXWELL of Washington, D.C.
Dau - Mrs William LORD of Cambridge
Son - Stewart MAXWELL of Cambridge
Son - William H. MAXWELL of Joppa, Md
Dau - Mrs R. Taylor SAUERWEIN of Baltimore
Several grandchildren & great grandchildren
Funeral at M.E. Church in East New Market & interment in East New
Market Cemetery (Monday - 29 Apr 1929)

MAXWELL, Mrs Martha J., aged 94 yrs - Funeral held at Methodist Church
Monday - Formerly of East New Market & lived with daughter, Mrs Will
LORD (East New Market Items)
(Thursday - 2 May 1929)

MCBRIDE, Emma, aged ca 88 yrs died Sunday night at Charlottesville,
Va where she had been living with her only son, Jerome MCBRIDE.
Widow of the late William MCBRIDE and had lived in Hurlock about 22
years.  Interment was in Vienna Cemetery Thursday morning.
Niece - Mrs Ellen JEFFERSON of East New Market
Niece - Mrs Emma BESTPITCH of Hurlock
(saturday - 12 Jan 1929)

MCBRIDE, Emma aged 88 yrs died - Story on life (East New Market Items)
(Saturday 19 Jan 1929)

MCCLAIN, Miss Lavinia, aged 62 yrs died this morning at the home of
her brother, James MCCLAIN, 223 Washington St. of Bright's Disease.
Lived all her life on Taylors Island until a few months ago.  Was the
daughter of the late James A. & Elizabeth MCCLAIN of Taylors Island.
Sister - Mrs Janie BROWN of Taylors Island
Sister - Mrs Clara DUNNOCK of Taylors Island
Brother - James MCCLAIN 
Funeral on Sunday from Brick Church at Taylors Island & interment in
churchyard (Saturday 19 Jan 1929) 

MEDFORD, Mary HUTCHIN, widow of Thomas H. MEDFORD died at her home on
Locust St. this morning - Born 13 Dec 1844 in Philadelphia the family
removed to Cambridge from Burlington, N.J & she & Mr MEDFORD were
married in 1873. Last surviving member of family, a brother, Rev. W.H.
HUTCHIN having died about 7 years ago.
Son - William H. MEDFORD, Postmaster of Cambridge
Granddaughter - Miss Mary MEDFORD, a teacher in Baltimore
Funeral at home Saturday & interment in Cambridge Cemetery (Long Obit)
(Thursday - 21 Feb 1929)

MEDFORD, Robert W. died Monday at the home of his son, William R.
MEDFORD of near Williamsburg.  Wife died 2 years ago.
Had recently turned 83 years of age
Dau - Dora COVEY of Palsboro, N.J
Son - John W. MEDFORD of Morgantown, W.V.
Dau - Edith MILLIGAN of Dorchester Co.
Son - William MEDFORD of Dorchester Co.
Dau - R. Lovie MEDFORD of Dorchester Co.
Son - Nathaniel MEDFORD of Dorchester co
Son - Watson MEDFORD of Dorchester Co.
28 grandchildren & 4 great grandchildren
Funeral on Wednesday at son's home & iterment in St. Pauls Cemetery
(Friday - 1 Feb 1929)

MERRICK, B.F. died suddenly at his home in Federalsburg last Saturday
(Hurlock Item) (Tuesday 5 Mar 1929)

METZ, Mildred Winfred, 7 month old daughter of Mr & Mrs Herman METZ
died at her home in Bucktown at 1:30PM yesterday.
Sister - June METZ
Grandparents - Mr & Mrs Martin L. WRIGHT
               Mr & Mrs Rudolph OSWALD
Funeral at home of Mr & Mrs Martin L. WRIGHT, 402 Academy St. this
afternoon & interment in Cambridge Cemetery (Saturday - 9 Feb 1929)

MEYER, Ferdinand Henry died at Cambridge Md Hospital last night.  Born
Hanover, Germany he came to this country in early life.  First to mid-
west where he married Miss Clara HAGEL of Elgin, Ill 47 years ago.
They came to this county 32 years ago.  Was a painter by trade.
Leaves wife and the following:
Son - Leo MEYER of Elgin, Ill
Dau - Mrs Thomas MCCOLLISTER of Cambridge, Md
Son - August MEYER of near Cambridge
Son - Alvin MEYER a well known sculptor of Chicago
Son - Louis MEYER of Cambridge
Dau - Mrs Clayton BRAMBLE of Cambridge
Dau - Mrs George PETERS of Cambridge
Dau - Miss Emma MEYER OF Cambridge
Brother - William MEYER of Union, Ill
Brother - Herman MEYER of Marengo, Wis
Sister - Mrs George VOSS of union, Ill
Funeral at Immanuel Church Friday & interment in Greenlawn Cemetery
(Wednesday - 9 Jan 1929)

MILES, Joshua W. died at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore today
aged 70 yrs.  For 40 yrs a power in Democratic politics.  Native of
Princess Anne, Md Somerset Co., Md  (Monday - 4 Mar 1929)

MILES, Joshua W. died yesterday in Baltimore - Funeral will be at
Princess Anne Wednesday afternoon 6 Mar at 4PM (Tuesday 5 Mar 1929)

MILES, Joshua Weldon will be buried this afternoon from his home in
Princess Anne, Md - Interment will be in Manokin Presyterian Cemetery
Wife - Lellie Eider MILES
Brother - Southey F. MILES
Sister - Miss Aurelia F. MILES
Sister - Mrs Adelia C. WHITTINGTON
(Wednesday - 6 Mar 1929)

MILLS, Mary E. aged 83 yrs on 26 Jan, widow of William MILLS died 4AM
Monday at her home in Madison.  The former Miss MCLAIN.
Son - Frank MILLS
Funeral on Tuesday at M.P. Church in Madison & interment in M.P.
Cemetery (Monday - 11 Feb 1929)

MILLS, Capt William Asbury aged 69 yrs died last Tuesday in Baltimore
Former resident of South Dorchester. Funeral was held Friday from
his home, 122 S. Patterson Park Ave., Baltimore & interment in Loudon
Park Cemetery.
Dau - Mrs Charles H. KNIGHT
Dau - Mrs Edgar R. ANDREWS
Dau - Mrs Louis SALMON
Dau - Miss Elizabeth MILLS
Sister - Mrs Everett ROBINSON
Sister - Mrs Angeline BROHAWN
Brother - Malachi MILLS of Atlantic City, N.J
(Monday - 29 Apr 1929)

MOORE, Elizabeth A., widow of John T. MOORE died at the home of her
son, Guy C. KINNAMONT at Reids Grove Friday at 1:15AM aged 79 yrs
Granddaughter - Miss Mary EAGON
Sister - Miss Rose KINNAMONT of Cambridge
Sister - Mrs Grace WILLEY of Cambridge
Funeral was at son's home Sunday & interment was in Salem Church
Cemetery (Monday - 15 Apr 1929)

MOORE, Mrs Mary Ann died 11 Mar 1928 - Memoriam by son, George Dewey
MOORE (Monday - 11 Mar 1929)

MORGAN, Martie died 29 May 1924 - Memoriam by mother, brother & sister
(Wednesday - 29 May 1929)

MORTON, Charles Adam died suddenly last night at his home 3 West End
Ave - Retired merchant & had moved to Cambridge about 1 year ago.
Wife - Not named
Sister - Mrs E,M. VAN HORN of New York City
Sister - Mrs Sue M. DEAN of Los Angeles, Ca
Funeral arrangements not complete (Friday - 18 Jan 1929)

MORTON, Charles Adam died Thursday night - Funeral to be held at late
home tomorrow & interment in Jacksonville, Ill (Saturday 19 Jan 1929)

MORTON, Charles Adam was born in Missouri 6 Mar 1864 & lived there
until 1885 when he married Miss Tilda NELSON.  They homesteaded in
North Dakota until 1922 when they moved to Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
Moved to Cambridge in June 1927.  Had no children of their own, but
raised a niece and nephew, Mabel M. & Thormon A. NELSON.  Funeral on
20 Jan & then body shipped by train to Jacksonville, Ill for burial
to be laid at rest with his parents.  Leaves:
Wife - Tilda MORTON
Sister - Mrs Eloise M. VAN HORN of New York
Sister - Mrs Sue M. DEAN of Hollywood, Ca.
Nephew - Thormon A. NELSON
Nephew - Clark M. DEAN
Nephew - Benjamin RUBIN
Niece - Miss Mabel M. NELSON
Niece - Miss Eloise DEAN
Niece - Miss Julia DEAN
(LONG obit) (Monday - 21 Jan 1929)

MOWBRAY, Mrs L.A. died 17 Jan 1928 - Memoriam by husband & children
(Wednesday - 16 Jan 1929)

MOWBRAY, Mrs Sara Rebecca died at the home of her daughter, Mrs James
B. DEAN, Norfolk, Va. Thursday evening 3 Jan.  Funeral at home of her
son, James Leonard MOWBRAY, 325 West End Ave Saturday & interment in
Cambridge Cemetery. (Friday - 4 Jan 1929)

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