IN MEMORIAM
1920

 

Baltimore Sun March 25, 1920
Submitted by:  Rose McLaughlin
 

 

BRAUER, David In sad but loving remembrance of our dear father,
DAVID BRAUER, who departed this life 4 years ago, 03/25/1916.
We stood by your bedside, dear father,
And saw your soul depart;
And when we realized you were dead
It almost broke our hearts.
We never shall forget you, father
While in this world we stay;
We hope that we will meet again
When God calls us away
BY HIS SON AND DAUGHTER

 

BROWN, Henry In sad but loving remembrance of my           
husband and our dear father, who died suddenly in Cuba 3 years ago today.
BY HIS LOVING WIFE & CHILDREN

 

Davis, Anthony S In loving memory of ANTHONY S DAVIS,
who died 6 years ago 03/24/ 1914 BY HIS WIFE AND DAUGHTER

 

DONOVAN, Michael  In remembrance of MICHAEL DONOVAN  

who died 10 years ago today 03/25/1910

 

 

 MCLAUGHLIN, Margaret L In loving but sad remembrance of our             
Devoted wife & mother MARGARET L McLAUGHLIN, who died 1 year ago, Mar. 25, 1919.  BY HER LOVING
HUSBAND & CHILDREN.  Anniversary Mass at St. Peter’s

 

 

ORTEL, George Sacred to the memory of our loving son         

 GEORGE, who died Mar 25, 1912, and Our loving daughter HILDA, who died

 Feb. 4, 1920 Alone in the silent graveyard ‘Neath the sod and dew; Never one moment forgotten,

  In sorrow & prayer we shall think of you BY THEIR PARENTS

 

OWENS, John B In loving remembrance of my dear                 

 husband, JOHN B OWENS, who  departed this life 16 years ago today,  Mar 25, 1904. 
May his soul rest in peace. Mass at St Vincent’s Church for the Repose of his soul.  BY HIS LOVING

  WIFE, MARY A OWENS

 

 

RICKETTS, Adalaide V In loving and sacred memory of our               

 devoted mother, ADALAIDE VIRGINIA RICHETTS.  Entered into eternal rest

 Mar. 25, 1911.  “Some day we’ll understand”  DAUGHTER AIDO


Baltimore Sun July 11, 1920
Submitted by:  Rose McLaughlin

 

 

GANNON.  In loving remembrance of my dear wife and mother, MARIE E., who departed this life eight years ago today, July 11, 1912.
Eight years ago today we laid you to rest
And folded your cold hands upon your breast;
In silence you suffered, in patience you bore
Until God called you home to suffer no more.
The flowers we place upon your grave
May wither and decay,
But love of you who sleeps beneath
Will never fade away
Anniversary Mass at St. Andrew’s Church.  (Balto Sun 07/11/1920)

 

HARVEY.  In said and loving remembrance of my dear son, MELVIN A HARVEY, who departed this life one year ago today, July 13, 1919.
Gone, but will never be forgotten
(Balto Sun 07/11/1920)

 

KIRBY.  In loving and tender remembrance of our darling baby, GRACE JEANNETTE, who departed this life two years ago, July 8, 1918.
When the evening shades are gathering,
And we are sitting all alone,
In our hearts there comes a longing,
eannette, if you only would come home.
Friends may think we have forgotten you
And our wounded hearts be healed,  
But they little know the sorrow
That within our hearts concealed.
(Balto Sun 07/11/1920)

 

 


 

Baltimore Sun August 9, 1920
Submitted by:  Rose McLaughlin


ARMACOST, Lillian                           08/09/1918           In remembrance of my beloved dau. LILLIAN
ARMACOST, who departed this life two years ago, August 9, 1918
BY HER MOTHER, ALICE ARMACOST (NEE SMITH)

 
BAYER
, Russell J                                08/08/1918           In sad & loving remembrance of our dear     
on & brother, Corporal Russell J Bayer, who was killed in France on August 8, 1918.
Dear son, we are lonesome & sad today
To think how suddenly you passed away;
Our hearts are heavy & grief is our pain,
When we think of you, dear son, that death had to claim.
Your picture on the wall I gaze at every day,
And looking into your dear eyes, they seem to say;
 “Tis wrong to grieve so hard for me,
For we’ll meet some future day.”
  BY HIS BROKENHEARTED MOTHER AND FATHER

He left his home in perfect health,
He looked so young and brave;
 I little thought how soon
He would be laid in a silent grave.
Oh, the memory of that evening
When they told me my brother was killed,
My heart was crushed with sorrow,
 And bitter tears, I shed.
BY HIS BROKENHEARTED BROTHER, EDWIN,
AND SISTER-IN-LAW, MARION

Brother dear, you were called away so sudden,
Without time to say good-by;
But we know your thoughts were with us,
When you were called to die.
BY HIS BROKENHEARTED SISTERS, REBERTA
AND MARGARET AND BROTHER, LOUIS

We never can forget you, brother,
While in this world we stay,
 And our hearts have never been the same,
Since you have passed away.
You shall always be remembered
In this weary world of strife,
And you shall never be forgotten, Russell,
As long as God gives us life.
BY HIS BROKENHEARTED SISTER HELEN,
AND BROTHER-IN-LAW, HERMAN

Sleep on dear uncle, and sweetly rest,
Your sufferings o’er and God knows best
BY HIS LITTLE NAMESAKE, RUSSELL
HERMAN GROSS             

 

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