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Anna E. Payne Love House at American Corner, Caroline, Maryland
Anna E. Payne Love House at American Corner, Caroline, Maryland
House at American Corner, Caroline, Maryland. 2020 photo of Anna Love's farm house. Her great granddaughters Cara Lynn Howard, Ann Howard and Diana Howard remember visiting here when there was no indoor plumbing or electricity. 
  4 Oct 2020
Julius A. Brewington
Julius A. Brewington
 
  1 Oct 2020
Wilbur R. Boyer, Sr.
Wilbur R. Boyer, Sr.
 
  26 Sep 2020
Ebenezer Wilbury Scane
Ebenezer Wilbury Scane
1838-1902 
  22 Sep 2020
1960's Christmas at the Howard's
1960's Christmas at the Howard's
L to R: Spencer Howell, Lynn Howard Howell, John S. Howell Jr., John Kehoe, Marylou Magee Kehoe, Chris Pigman, Marguerite Freeney Howard, David Howell, Mary Annie Howard Magee, Ann Howard, William Lawrence Howard, John Pigman, Jack Pigman, Lenora Love (Grandmother Howard), Nancy Magee Pigman, John Pigman Sr., Clara Skarpmoen Pigman, Ray Magee. 
  13 Sep 2020
Douglas Emberly Wallbridge
Douglas Emberly Wallbridge
Obituary photo - "The Province" Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
11 Sep 1944, Mon, Page 6 
  13 Sep 2020
Pamela Hough Wallbridge - photo
Pamela Hough Wallbridge - photo
 
  13 Sep 2020
James Malcolm Emberly Wallbridge - photo
James Malcolm Emberly Wallbridge - photo
 
  13 Sep 2020
David Onan Pollard
David Onan Pollard
 
  6 Sep 2020
William Wallace Taylor
William Wallace Taylor
 
  4 Sep 2020
Sara Freeny Calloway
Sara Freeny Calloway
 
  7 Aug 2020
Bed belonging to John & Emma Howell, 1859.
Bed belonging to John & Emma Howell, 1859.
This is the bed that belonged to John McKinney Howell and Emma Berrien Heard Howell where all nine of their children were born. Photo taken at the home of Betty Howell Traver, Greensboro, Georgia in 2007. (photo by James Brittain, Jr.) 
  5 Aug 2020
Cuthbert Water Tower
Cuthbert Water Tower
 
  5 Aug 2020
Burdette Webster
Burdette Webster
 
  4 Aug 2020
Joseph Weaver
Joseph Weaver
 
  3 Aug 2020
Helen Hardcastle Webster Weaver
Helen Hardcastle Webster Weaver
 
  3 Aug 2020
Elizabeth Brewington
Elizabeth Brewington
 
  3 Aug 2020
Zachariah H. Webster
Zachariah H. Webster
 
  2 Aug 2020
W.L.Howard, M.D.
W.L.Howard, M.D.
 
  2 Aug 2020
W.L.Howard and Mary Annie Howard (siblings)
W.L.Howard and Mary Annie Howard (siblings)
 
  1 Aug 2020

Documents

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Julia Traylor Dyar - Obituary
Julia Traylor Dyar - Obituary
The Atlanta Constitution, 16 Oct 2017, p. B5: "Julia Traylor Dyar, "Bootsie," a 5th generation resident of Troup County, passed away Friday, October 13th at the age of 92. She was born on May 2, 1925 and was the daughter of the late James Edward Traylor and Gladys Marchman Traylor. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in French from La-Grange College in 1946. After her marriage to the youngest weekly newspaper editor in Georgia, the late Hubert Lenhardt Dyar, in 1948, she began writing a weekly column and was associate editor of the Royston (Ga) Record for 10 years. After she and her husband moved to Atlanta, Mrs. Dyar was assistant manager and later manager of the Georgia Press Association and was voted a lifetime member of GPA at that time. She later returned to her hometown of LaGrange where she worked as Public Relations Director at her alma mater, LaGrange College. She worked there almost 15 years before her retirement in 1993. Since then she has written a weekly historical column for the LaGrange Daily News, called "Memoried Glances." She was a member of First Baptist Church on the Square where she taught an Adult Women Sunday School class and was a former chairman of the churches ArchivesHistory Committee. She was a member of the Historic Preservation Commission, a municipal appointment, and was a member and past president of the Troup County Historical Society. She was also a former member of the LaGrange Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and was presented the American Heritage award by the local chapter for "her work in preserving the Historical Heritage of our Community." Other awards that she cherished were presented from her alma mater, LaGrange College, and they were the Dedication of the Quadrangle, the college award by the senior class in 1 987 and recognition on the wall of outstanding alumni in 1995. A compulsive reader, she was a member and past president of the Round Table, LaGrange's oldest Book club, founded in 1931. She said her biggest claim to fame was being an aunt, a great-aunt , a great-great aunt and a great-great-great aunt. She was a lover of all things historical and was very civic minded. She believed it is our responsibility to speak out and voice our opinions, as evidenced by her many letters to the editor on controversial matters. Most importantly, she was a Christian, a faithful prayer warrior and child of the Living God. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Hubert Lenhardt Dyar ;two brothers, James Edward Traylor, Jr. and Charles Franklin Traylor ;two sisters, Tallulah Traylor Kincaid and Ann Traylor Gelders; two nephews, Ed Traylor III and Charles Franklin Traylor, Jr. Survivors include three nieces, Mary Ann Traylor Williams and her husband Thomas Williams of LaGrange, GA, Lelia Kincaid Cort and her husband John Cort of Asheville, NC; Jan Gelders and her husband Winfred Tucker of Fitzgerald, GA, a nephew Tommy Kincaid, Jr. and his wife Ann Kincaid of Statesville NC; as well as sixteen Great Nieces and Nephews and their spouses and sixteen Great-great Nieces and Nephews. She was also survived by close cousins Grady Traylor and Mary Nell Traylor as well as a special friend, Mildred Simpson. The gathering of family and friends will be Monday, October 16, 2017 at the home of Mrs. Mary Ann Williams, 1201 Vernon Road from 6:00pm until 8:00pm. And the Celebration of Life will be held at 1 1 :00am Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at the First Baptist Church on the Square. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations to be made to The Traylor Scholarship at LaGrange College; Georgia Press Education Foundation in Atlanta; Troup County Historical Society or First Baptist Church on the Square in her memory of Mrs. Julia Dyar. Those wishing to share a condolence or remembrance with the family may do so by visiting www.shlagrange.com Arrangements are by Striffler-Hamby Mortuary, 1010 Mooty Bridge Road, LaGrange, GA 30240 (706) 884-8636." 
  9 Oct 2020
Mary Tallulah Traylor - Obituary
Mary Tallulah Traylor - Obituary
Obituary notes from Statesville Record and Landmark 16 Apr 1971 p.8: "Mrs. Thomas Lee Kincaid, 329 Davie Ave., Statesville, died this morning at her home following a lengthy illness. She was the wife of Thomas Lee Kincaid, Sr., who survives along with a son, Thomas Lee Kincaid, Jr., and a daughter, Lelia Steele Kincaid, both of the home. Mrs. Kincaid, the former Mary Talluah Traylor, was a native of Troope County Georgia and was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Edward Traylor. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at this time. Nicholson's Funeral Home will be in charge of arrangements." 
  8 Oct 2020
Perry S. Love - US Civil War Draft Registration
Perry S. Love - US Civil War Draft Registration
 
  4 Oct 2020
Isaac Brewington - Saloon opening in Salisbury
Isaac Brewington - Saloon opening in Salisbury
Democratic Messenger, Snow Hill, Maryland, 22 Aug 1896, Sat, Page 3
"Salisbury now has three saloons open, the third license having been granted to Isaac Brewington last week. The others are S. Ulman and Bro., and the Peninsula Hotel." 
  2 Oct 2020
Brewington / Brereton Family History
Brewington / Brereton Family History
 
  1 Oct 2020
Miss J. M. Brewington - Obituary
Miss J. M. Brewington - Obituary
The Daily Times, Salisbury, Maryland 25 Aug 1937, p5. "MISS J, M. BREWINGTON Funeral services for Miss Jennie M. Brewington, 76 years old, who died at her, home in Hebron yesterday, will be held at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the M. P. Church in Hebron. The Rev. John Wright and the .Rev. Ernest Wunder will officiate. Interment will be in Mt. Ver non Cemetery. She. is survived by several nieces and nephews" 
  1 Oct 2020
Julius A. Brewington - Obituary
Julius A. Brewington - Obituary
From: The Daily Times, Salisbury, Maryland, 06 Apr 1925, Mon Page 8

Rev. J. Brewington Succumbs To Illness Dies Last Night At Home In Hebron; Retired from Ministry 3 Years. The Rev, Julius Brewington, of i Hebron, died at his home time there last evening at 10:30, following a second stroke of paralysis about a week ago. Mr. Brewington was about 68 years of age and has served as pastor in many of the Methodist churches of the Wilmington Conference which he has been connected since his entrance into the ministry. He was well known on the Eastern Shore. For the past three years Mr. Brewington had been retired duo to impaired health and had lived quietly at his home in Hebron. The funeral will be held at ll:00 O'clock on Wednesday morning from the Hebron Methodist Church, and interment will be made in the Denton cemetery where he will be laid to rest beside the grave of his first wife, who was Miss Mollie Leech, of Somerset County. Surviving are his widow, who was before her marriage, Miss Ida Ward, of near Denton, and four children who are: Mrs. Arthur Holloway, of this city; Mrs. John C. Hopkins, of Denver, Col.; Mr. Carl M. Brewington, of Girdletree and Mr. Lester Brewington of Wilmington, Del. 
  1 Oct 2020
William T. Love - Obituary
William T. Love - Obituary
The Daily Times (Salisbury, Maryland) 9 Apr 1959, Thu Page 10 "William T.Love DENTON William T. Love S3, a well known farmer of the Williston area near Denton, died at the Fisher Nursing Home in Hurlock late Tuesday night after being a patient there for 15 months. He was the son of the late William and Annie Payne Love of Caroline County. Mr. Love is survived by his widow, Mrs. Hannah M. Love, who is a patient in the Fisher Nursing Home; two sons. Earl and William E. Love, both of rural Denton; a sister, Mrs. John Howard, and two brothers, Walter and Howard Love, all of rural Federalsburg; as well as three grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral services will be held Friday at 11 a.m. at the Frampton Funeral Home -in Federalsburg with the Rev. Harold E. Medlock, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Hurlock. officiating. Interment will be in Hill Crest cemetery, Federalsburg. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening." 
  1 Oct 2020
Howard V. Love - Obituary
Howard V. Love - Obituary
The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, 23 Aug 1964, Sun Page 32

Howard V. Love Federalsburg. Md.. Aim - 22 (Special) Services for Howard V. Love, retired farmer and sawmill operator in Caroline county, will be held at 2 P.M. tomorrow at the Frampton funeral establishment here. Mr. Love, who was 81, had been in poor health for several years. He died Thursday at the Eastern Shore State Hospital. Survivors include a son, Mauris W. Love; a sister. Mrs. John Howard; a brother. Walter Love; two grandchildren and six Great grandchildren, all of the Federalsburg area. 
  1 Oct 2020
Freeney - Howard wedding
Freeney - Howard wedding
The Morning News (Wilmington, Delaware) 30 Aug 1928, Thursday, p. 3

PRETTY WEDDING OF DELMAR COUPLE Miss Sara M. Freeney Becomes Bride of William L Howard

Miss Sara Marguerite Freeney, the attractive young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barton Freeney, on Monday evening became the bride of William Lawrence Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Howard, of Federalsburg. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Leonard White, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church at the bride's home. Miss Freeney was attended by her sister, Miss Kathleen Freeney, and the best man was Edward Pierce, of Federalsburg. Mrs. J. Fred Stevens played the wedding music and accompanied Mrs. Elizabeth Nabb, of Federalsburg, who sang "The Sweetest Story Ever Told." The bride wore a gown of white satin, tulle and lace, and carried a shower bouquet of bride's roses and valley lilies. Her hair was bound with tulle and orange blossoms and her slippers were of white satin. Miss Kathleen Freeney's frock was of orchid satin, and she carried delphinium and pink asters. The house was decorated with ferns, gladiolas and burning candles, and under an arc formed by the same decorations, the wedding was solemnized. Only the members of the immediate families and a very few personal friends were guests. Among those from out of town were: Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wright and Mrs. Nabb, of Federalsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Harrington, of Wilmington; Miss Katherine Tunnel, of Olney, Va.; Mrs. Isaac Brewington, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lowe. Miss Irene Harrell and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson, of Salisbury. After a wedding trip to Atlantic City, Mr. and Mrs. Howard will be at home at 903 State street, after October 1. Mr. Howard is an instructor in the Delmar Maryland High School and the bride graduated at that school last June. 
  1 Oct 2020
Walter M. Love - Obituary
Walter M. Love - Obituary
The Daily Times, Salisbury, Maryland, 04 Oct 1966, Tue, Page 6

Walter M. Love FEDERALSBURG - Walter Marion Love. 95, life-long resi dent of Caroline County, died Monday at the Elderkin Nursing Home here following a long illness. He was the son of the late William T. .and Annie Payne Love of Federalsburg and husband of the late Mrs. Sadie Love. He was a retired farmer and saw mill operator. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. Leonora Howard of Harmony. Graveside services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Un ion Grove Cemetery near Federalsburg with lay minister, J, Francis Turpin, Federalsburg, officiating. Friends may call at the Frampton Funeral Home from noon to service time.
 
  30 Sep 2020
Walter M. Love - Obituary
Walter M. Love - Obituary
The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, 05 Oct 1966, Wed, Page 13

Walter M. Love Preston, Md., Oct. 4 [Special]-Graveside services for Walter M Love will be held at 2 P.M. Wednesday at the Union Grove Cemetery near here. Mr. Love, who was 95, a retired farmer and sawmill operator, died early Monday at the Elderkin Nursing Home in Federalsburg. His only survivor is a sister, Mrs. Leonora Howard, of Harmony, Maryland.
 
  30 Sep 2020
Wilbur R. Boyer, Jr. - Obituary
Wilbur R. Boyer, Jr. - Obituary
WILBUR R. BOYER, JR., "BILL," "POPPY". AUGUST 30, 2011 Wilbur R. Boyer, Jr., "Bill," "Poppy," 87, of Bentley Village, Naples, born December 23, 1923 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and formerly of Media, PA and Avalon, NJ, passed away suddenly, Tuesday, August 30, 2011. Bill was predeceased by his wire or 57 years, Jane Carter Boyer, and by his sister Evelyn Hinsdale. Bill is survived by his three children, Susan Howell (husband John), Carol Obermeier (husband Gary) and Jack Boyer (wife Kathryn), and four grandchildren Jack Howell, Elizabeth Howell, Madeline Boyer and Margaux Boyer. A WWII veteran, Bill served as Radioman 2nd class aboard the USS Blue DD-744 in the Pacific Fleet from 1943 until October 1945. Bill retired from the Pennsylvania Central Railroad in 1983, working as a Yardmaster in Philadelphia. Bill was an active sportsman. He played baseball at Olney High School in Philadelphia and loved playing tennis and swimming at the beach with his children and grandchildren. Poppy was a wonderful grandfather who was also known to break out into song - Jimmy Buffett's "Pencil Thin Mustache" was a favorite and he always helped do the dishes. Bill was an avid bridge player and especially enjoyed the company of the wonderful staff and his many friends at Bentley Village. He will be missed by all. Bill's family and friends will be gathering at Bentley Village, 370 Classic Court, Naples, from 4 to 5 PM on Saturday, September 3rd to celebrate his life. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Fort Myers Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, 1589 Colonial Blvd., Fort Myers, FL 33907, 239-936-0555.' Online condolences may be made at: www.fortmyersmemorial. com. 
  26 Sep 2020
Mary Campbell McDiarmid - Obituary
Mary Campbell McDiarmid - Obituary
 
  21 Sep 2020
Malcolm Campbell - Sara Ann Campbell - Marriage
Malcolm Campbell - Sara Ann Campbell - Marriage
 
  20 Sep 2020
John E. Howell - Ocean Arrivals
John E. Howell - Ocean Arrivals
Entry / sailing document into Canada. Attending the University of Toronto. 
  10 Sep 2020
Edward Davison Howell - Birth Record
Edward Davison Howell - Birth Record
 
  10 Sep 2020
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  10 Sep 2020
John E. Howell - Obituary
John E. Howell - Obituary
The Times Dispatch (Richmond, Virginia) 12 Jun 1948, Sat Page 12 
  10 Sep 2020
Mary Wall Scane Bowler - Obituary
Mary Wall Scane Bowler - Obituary
 
  4 Sep 2020

Headstones

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Sarah M. Howard
Sarah M. Howard
 
Concord Cemetery     26 Sep 2020
James L. Howard
James L. Howard
 
Concord Cemetery     26 Sep 2020
Walter Howard
Walter Howard
 
Concord Cemetery     26 Sep 2020
Frank N. Howard, daughter Esther Howard
Frank N. Howard, daughter Esther Howard
 
Concord Cemetery     26 Sep 2020
A Maud Howard
A Maud Howard
 
Concord Cemetery     26 Sep 2020
Malcolm and Sara Ann Campbell - Headstone
Malcolm and Sara Ann Campbell - Headstone
 
Morpeth Cemetery     20 Sep 2020
Sadie Brewington Webster - Headstone
Sadie Brewington Webster - Headstone
 
Wesley Church Cemetery     3 Aug 2020
Z.H. Webster and family headstones
Z.H. Webster and family headstones
 
Denton Cemetery     3 Aug 2020

Recordings

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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  29 Jul 2020

Videos

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J. Spencer Howell on Henry Howell and Nellie Davison
J. Spencer Howell on Henry Howell and Nellie Davison
J. Spencer Howell talks about his father, John E. Howell, and his grandparents Henry and Ellen "Nellie" Davison Howell. Recorded 20 Nov 2002. Since this recording we have learned many more facts. 
  29 Jul 2020
Lynn Howard Howell - Photos with audio narration
Lynn Howard Howell - Photos with audio narration
Recorded in November 2002, Lynn Howard Howell describes photos taken cir 1939 in Maryland of herself, her parents, William Lawrence Howard, M.D., and Marguerite Freeney Howard, her aunt Kathleen Freeney, and her grandparents Thomas Barton Freeney and Sarah Webster Freeney.  
  29 Jul 2020

Individuals

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Hanano, J.E. 
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I3401 
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I3402 
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I3404 
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Families
                    
 ID   Father ID   Father's Name   Mother ID   Mother's Name   Married   Last Modified 
 F4098 
 I11425  J. Cort  I11424  L. Kincaid    9 Oct 2020
 F3307 
 I7482  Henry Marchman  I8796  Sallie Claud Holden  7 Nov 1916  8 Oct 2020
 F4097 
 I10306  Algemon Lee "Algie" Marchman  I11422  Senia Johnson  16 Jan 1895  8 Oct 2020
 F4096 
 I11420  Henry Lee Kincaid  I11421  Lelia Steele    8 Oct 2020
 F4095 
 I10322  James Edward Traylor, Jr.  I11418  Sibyl Eloyce Browning    8 Oct 2020
 F4094 
 I10323  Charles Franklin Traylor  I11416  Mary Katherine Young    8 Oct 2020
 F4093 
 I7479  James Edward Traylor  I11415  Beulah M. Haralson    8 Oct 2020
 F2826 
 I7479  James Edward Traylor  I7478  Gladys Marchman  Aft 1921  8 Oct 2020
 F4092 
 I11413  Milton Ferguson  I11412  Edith A Valentine  7 May 1890  4 Oct 2020
 F4091 
 I11397  John James Brooks Valentine  I11410  Eliza F. Hobby  4 Jul 1865  4 Oct 2020
 F4090 
 I11394  Thomas W Valentine  I11401  Cornelia Elizabeth Cornell  20 Mar 1851  4 Oct 2020
 F4089 
 I11399  George Vandeverg Jr.  I11392  Sarah Jane Valentine    4 Oct 2020
 F4088 
 I11398  John Milton Stearns  I11392  Sarah Jane Valentine  16 Dec 1861  4 Oct 2020
 F2788 
 I7370  Thomas Valentine  I7365  Sarah Brooks  1 Apr 1819  4 Oct 2020
 F1959 
 I4977  Peter James Patchett  I4978  Celia Ann Cannon  14 Feb 1862  3 Oct 2020
 F1958 
 I52  Walter M. Love  I4976  Adah Rebecca Patchett  21 Jan 1891  3 Oct 2020
 F4067 
 I11316  George Lester Brewington  I11320  Kathryn "Kitty" Bartlett    3 Oct 2020
 F4087 
 I11390  Edward Roderick Oxnam  I11320  Kathryn "Kitty" Bartlett    3 Oct 2020
 F4086 
 I3058  Carl Wymond Brewington  I11384  Mary Emily Crowe    3 Oct 2020
 F1221 
 I3019  Henry Brewington  I3018  Sarah H. Denson  4 Nov 1851  1 Oct 2020