OBITS 1866

 

Baltimore Sun January 17, 1866
Submitted by:  D. Rhema

CROMWELL- On the 16th instant, after a long and painful illness, WILLIAM FRANCIS, the beloved husband of Mary Cromwell, and second son of Joshua and Mary A. Cromwell, in the 34th year of his age.
...funeral ...from his late residence, No. 202 Eastern avenue.


The Baltimore Sun Feb 19, 1866

   ALNUTT. - On Saturday, 17th instant, in the 66th year of her age, Sallie
Smith Alnutt, late of Calvert county, Md.
   Her funeral will take place this  (Monday) afternoon, at two o'clock, from
her late residence.

   CRISE. - On Sunday morning, 18th instant, Josephine, wife of John L.
Crise, in the 45th year of her age.
   Friends of the family are invited to attend her funeral on to morrow
(Tuesday) morning, 20th instant, at ten o'clock.

   GETTIER. - On the 17th instant, Anna Catherine, consort of the late Jacob
Gettier, in the 75th year of her age.
   The friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral on to-morrow
(Tuesday) afternoon, 20th instant, at half-past two o'clock, from the
residence of her son, No. 104 Hoffman street.

   OSTENDORF. - On the 16th instant, after a long and lingering illness,
Alexander, the youngest son of Anton and Margaret Ostendorf, aged 20 years, 9
months and 21 days.  Requiescat in peace.
   His funeral will take place from St. Alphonsus Church the (Monday)
morning, at nine o'clock, on which occasion High Mass will be offered for the
repose of his soul.

   WHITE. - On the 18th instant, Dr. Elias A. White, in the 45th year of his
age.
   His friends and the friends of the family are invited to attend the
funeral on third day (Tuesday) morning, the 20th instant, at eleven o'clock,
from the residence of his father, Miles White, No. 36 Sharp street.

   BRADLEY. - On the 15th instant, MARGARET BRADLEY, wife of the late Robert
Bradley, in the 67th year of her age.

   BOARMAN.- On the 17th Instant, Mrs. MARY AGNES BOARMAN, consort of the
late William J. Boarman, in the 54th year of her age.

   CALLIS.-At  his residence in the city of Norfolk, Va, on Friday morning,
the 9th , instant, after a long illness.  WILLIAM CALLIS, in the 55th year of
his life.  An humble Christian, a patient sufferer, he died in full assurance
of rest in heaven

   NELMS. -In London , England, on the 25th ultmo in the 82nd of her age.
Mrs. MARY A. NELMS eldest daughter of the late Joshua Lemmon, of this city.
 


Baltimore Sun  July 19, 1866a
Submitted by:  Bonnie

Nicholson, William
On the 18th, instant, William, son of Henry and the late Mary Nicholson, aged (looks like ) 15 years and (looks like) 5 months.
None knew him but to love him
None named him but to praise
Past his suffering, past his pain
Cease to weep for tears are vain;
Calm the tumult of your breast,
For he who suffered is at rest.
Our brother sleeps beneath the round
Til the last trumpet sound.
And burst the chains of sweet surprise
And in his Saviour’s image rise.
The relatives and friends are requested to attend his funeral this (Friday) afternoon, at four o’clock from 167 North Eden St.

Pearce,
Sarah Ann
On the morning of the 19th instant, Sarah Ann Pearce, aged 74 years and 9 months. The friends of the family are requested to attend the funeral this (Friday) afternoon, at 2 o’clock, from her late residence, 2 Mott St.


Spear,
William
On the 17th, instant, William Spear of this city in his 65th year. His relatives and friends are requested to attend his funeral this (Friday) afternoon at half past five o’clock from his late residence, 180 North Calvert St.

Brawner, Daniel W.
Baltimore Sun – 19 July 1866
On Friday, 6th July, Daniel W. Brawner, in the 28th year of his age.
“In the midst of life we are in death” The warning comes to us daily, repeated in the loss of the noble and the good, to give us both a warning and example of the tribute God exacts of humanity… Such an example is given in the decease of the dutiful son, affectionate brother and faithful friend, around whose grave has just been poured the sad tokens of our untimely loss and a loving family’s bitter bereavement. Generous, sincere and honorable in all the walks and associations of life, he had gathered around him a host of friends whose circle is saddened by his absence, who lament his premature departure, and who treasure in mournful memory his noble traits and worthy deeds. Green as the ivy that circles his silent resting place will remain the reminders of our lessing sorrow: but having found in his life an example, we must accept in his death the warning that life is but a span, and that to follow him in a better sphere we must tread the humble and Christian path he !
followe
d while among us. Let us lay to our hearts the consoling assurance that he is not dead but sleepeth,” (sic) and strive by imitating his virtues, to deserve his reward. BY HIS COMPANIONS

Fountain,
Ella
On Saturday, 16th of July, in the city of Philadelphia, Ella Fountain, youngest child of Marcey (sic) and Annie E. Fountain, aged 8 months. [Eastern Shore papers please copy.]

Garrett,
John H.
On the 18th, instant, John H. Garrett, aged 35 years.

Knox,
Lottie
On the 19th, instant, Lottie, infant daughter of David and Julia Knox.

Lee,
John
Suddenly, on the 17th, instant, at the residence of Mr. John Martin, near Perrymansville, Harford County, John Lee, in the (looks like) 22nd year of his age.

Luckett,
James H.
Suddenly from excessive heat, on Tuesday, 17th day of July 1866, James H. Luckett, Esq, in his 54th year

Riley,
Valerius
On the 18th, instant, Valerius Riley, in the 76th year of his age, one of the defenders of Baltimore in the War of 1812.

Shaw,
James W.
Suddenly, on the 17th, instant, James W. Shaw, aged (looks like either 37th or 97th) years. May he rest in peace.

Wilson,
rest is cut off
At her residence, 89 East St……rest is cut off


5 Sep 1866 -- Baltimore Sun
Submitted by: Rose


DUKEHART.--On the 3rd instant, VALERIUS DUKEHART, in the 83d year of
his age.
His relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral from
the residence of his daughter, No. 46 West Monument street, four
doors west of Calvert at ten o'clock this (Wednesday) morning.

DAVIS.--On the 3d of September, ELIZABETH DAVIS, in the 35th year of
her age, consort of Jacob T. Davis.
Past her suffering, past her pain,
Cease to weep, for tears are vain;
Calm the tumult of your breast,
For she who suffered is at rest.
The friends of the family are invited to attend her funeral this
(Wednesday) afternoon, at two o'clock.

GURNEY.--On the ?th instant, ROSEDELEE GURNEY, aged 1 year and 4
months.
The relatives and friends of the family are requested to attend
the funeral this (Wednesday) afternoon, at four o'clock, from No.
102 North Bond street.

HUBBARD.--On Tuesday, 4th instant, WALLACE, in the 16th year of his
age, son of Captain George and Elizabeth Hubbard.
His friends and acquaintance are invited to attend his funeral
this (Wednesday) afternoon, at two o'clk, from his late residence,
No. 187 Washington street.

KIGGINS--On the 4th instant, JAMES KIGGINS, in the 53d year of his
age. [New York, Philadelphia and Washington papers please copy.]
O darling husband, I have watched you
Breathing softly day by day,
Little thinking that my Saviour
Would call my only friend away.

O father, dearest, you did ask me 
To print one kiss upon your brow:
O how fondly I did love you
But you have left Virginia now.

O, father, won't you come again
and fill once more the vacant chair?
O then we wont be sad and lonely
While we breathe our evening prayer.
His relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral on to-
morrow (Thursday) morning, at ten o'clock, from his late residence,
No. 57 Alice Ann street.

LAESSIG.--September 4th, after a long and painful illness, JOHN G.
LAESSIG.
The funeral will take place this (Wednesday) morning, 5th instant,
at ten o'clock. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to
attend.

McMANUS.--On the 4th of September, JOHN, only son of John and Sally
Ann McManus, aged 2 years and 5 months.
The funeral will take place this (Wednesday) morning, 5th instant,
at ten o'clock from the residence of his father, No. 142 Mulberry
street. The friends of the family are invited to attend.

SAUNDERS.--On the 4th instant, ISAAC M. D. SAUNDERS, in the 22d year
of his age.
His funeral will take place from his late residence, No. 88
Aisquith street, this (Wednesday) afternoon, at three o'clock.

SCHWARTZHAUPT.--On Tuesday evening, 4th instant, ELIZABETH LOUISA,
daughter of Charles and Margaret Schwartzhaupt, aged 2 years, 1 month
and 20 days. [Washington papers please copy.]
Why should our tears in anguish flow?
Thou hast recalled thine own;
Lord help our hearts in every woe
To say, Thy will be done.
Yet, again, we hope to meet thee,
When the day of life is led;
Then in Heaven with joy to greet thee
Where no farewell tear is shed.
The friends and acquaintance of the family are respectfully
invited to attend her funeral, from the res-
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Submitted by:  Dan Rhema

CROMWELL- On the 16th instant, after a long and painful illness, WILLIAM FRANCIS, the beloved husband of Mary Cromwell, and second son of Joshua and Mary A. Cromwell, in the 34th year of his age.

...funeral ...from his late residence, No. 202 Eastern avenue.


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