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All Hallows Chapel, Davidsonville, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland, United States

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 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
All Hallow's Chapel and the Lansdales
All Hallow's Chapel and the Lansdales
All Hallow's Chapel stands here behind the graves of, from the right, May Mannen Lansdale, John Lansdale Sr., Metta Tomlinson Lansdale, and John Lansdale Jr. The two vertical stones are of Thomas Franklin Lansdale and his wife Eliza Strain Lansdale. 
     
All Hallow's Chapel, Davidsonville
All Hallow's Chapel, Davidsonville
This is the inside of All Hallow's Chapel. The Iglehart window is on the right side, out of the picture. 
     
All Hallow's Chapel, Davidsonville, Maryland
All Hallow's Chapel, Davidsonville, Maryland
This is the sign out front; it is now a "chapel of ease," and regular services are not held there. 
     
Ann Luckett Iglehart (d. 1852)
Ann Luckett Iglehart (d. 1852)
 
     
Ann Sellman Iglehart (d. 1855)
Ann Sellman Iglehart (d. 1855)
 
     
Ann Sellman Iglehart and 'children'
Ann Sellman Iglehart and "children"
I assume that this stone refers to children of hers who died young. 
     
Anne Fitzhugh Hodges (d. 1872)
Anne Fitzhugh Hodges (d. 1872)
 
     
Anne Welsh Watkins (d. 1925)
Anne Welsh Watkins (d. 1925)
 
     
Annie Hodges Lansdale (d. 1908)
Annie Hodges Lansdale (d. 1908)
 
     
Benjamin Watkins Jr. (d. 1937)
Benjamin Watkins Jr. (d. 1937)
Just the inscription. 
     
Benjamin Watkins Jr. (d. 1937)
Benjamin Watkins Jr. (d. 1937)
 
     
Bernard Williams & Martha Lansdale
Bernard Williams & Martha Lansdale
 
     
Bernard Williams Jr. (d. 1971)
Bernard Williams Jr. (d. 1971)
 
     
Capt. Thomas Iglehart (d. 1823)
Capt. Thomas Iglehart (d. 1823)
 
     
Catherine Waters Welsh (d. 1908)
Catherine Waters Welsh (d. 1908)
 
     
Cora Kent White (d. 1894)
Cora Kent White (d. 1894)
 
     
Cornelia Houston Lansdale (1885-1960)
Cornelia Houston Lansdale (1885-1960)
 
     
Deborah Iglehart (d. 1881)
Deborah Iglehart (d. 1881)
The stone says "Daughter of Tho. S. & M. Ella / f.s. DI / He shall gather in the lambs with His arms and carry them in His bosom." 
     
Douglas and Elizabeth Iglehart Turnbull
Douglas and Elizabeth Iglehart Turnbull
 
     
Dr. N.E. Berry Iglehart (d. 1936)
Dr. N.E. Berry Iglehart (d. 1936)
 
     
Eliza Wimberly Strain (1853-1906)
Eliza Wimberly Strain (1853-1906)
Eliza Wimberly wife of Thomas Franklin Lansdale daughter of Col. James Strain C.S.A. Born Jan. 16, 1853 Died Feb. 22, 1908. 
     
Elizabeth Allen Hodges (d. 1884)
Elizabeth Allen Hodges (d. 1884)
 
     
Elizabeth Lee Worthington Hodges (d. 1881)
Elizabeth Lee Worthington Hodges (d. 1881)
 
     
Ella Lee Hodges (d. 1881)
Ella Lee Hodges (d. 1881)
 
     
Estelle Bird Duckett (d. 1962)
Estelle Bird Duckett (d. 1962)
 
     
Helen Brogden Iglehart (d. 1932)
Helen Brogden Iglehart (d. 1932)
 
     
Hodges graves at All Hallows
Hodges graves at All Hallows
 
     
Hodges pillar at All Hallows
Hodges pillar at All Hallows
Sophia and Eliza Harwood, on the right side of this image, are not yet identified; presumably, however, they are the sisters of John and Priscilla's mother Matilda Harwood. 
     
Hodges pillar at All Hallows
Hodges pillar at All Hallows
Charles and Matilda, on the right, are the parents of Joseph, on the left side here. 
     
Howard Clarence Hill (1879-1947)
Howard Clarence Hill (1879-1947)
 
     
Iglehart window, All Hallows' Chapel
Iglehart window, All Hallows' Chapel
 
     
James Iglehart (d. 1825)
James Iglehart (d. 1825)
 
     
James Strain Landale Sr. (1880-1937)
James Strain Landale Sr. (1880-1937)
 
     
James Strain Lansdale family
James Strain Lansdale family
On the left is James Sr.; in the middle is Nannie Hodges, his first wife; and on the right is their son James, who died at age 6. 
     
James Strain Lansdale Jr. (1906-1912)
James Strain Lansdale Jr. (1906-1912)
 
     
John Iglehart (d. 1869)
John Iglehart (d. 1869)
 
     
John Iglehart Turnbull (d. 1944)
John Iglehart Turnbull (d. 1944)
A pilot, killed in action during WW 2. 
     
John Lansdale Jr. (d. 2003)
John Lansdale Jr. (d. 2003)
 
     
John Lansdale Sr. (d. 1961)
John Lansdale Sr. (d. 1961)
 
     
John Thomas Hodges (d. 1882)
John Thomas Hodges (d. 1882)
 
     
John Wilson Iglehart, Jr. (d. 1901)
John Wilson Iglehart, Jr. (d. 1901)
 
     
John Wilson Iglehart, Sr. (d. 1881)
John Wilson Iglehart, Sr. (d. 1881)
 
     
Katherine and Eleanora Watkins
Katherine and Eleanora Watkins
 
     
Kenneth Noble, Jr. (d. 1931)
Kenneth Noble, Jr. (d. 1931)
He died as an infant. 
     
Kent and White graves
Kent and White graves
 
     
Lansdale and Strain graves at All Hallows
Lansdale and Strain graves at All Hallows
The two in front are of Thomas Franklin Lansdale and Eliza Wimberly Strain Lansdale. The four flat stones behind them are, from the right, May Mannen Lansdale, John Lansdale Sr., Metta Tomlinson Lansdale, and John Lansdale, Jr. Just behind these, flanking the small tree, are Cornelia Lansdale (on the right), and her husband Howard Hill (on the left side). 
     
Lansdale and Williams graves at All Hallows
Lansdale and Williams graves at All Hallows
 
     
Lansdale Window, All Hallows Chapel
Lansdale Window, All Hallows Chapel
This was placed by John Lansdale, Sr. 
     
Margaret Dorsey Ridgely Lansdale (d. 1937)
Margaret Dorsey Ridgely Lansdale (d. 1937)
 
     
Margaret Ella Welsh Iglehart (d. 1930)
Margaret Ella Welsh Iglehart (d. 1930)
 
     

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Old Battee Burying Ground, Essex Farm, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland, United States

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Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, Lothian, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Douglas Catterton (d. 1989)
Douglas Catterton (d. 1989)
 
     
Elliott Catterton and Mary Bassford
Elliott Catterton and Mary Bassford
 
     
Herbert Catterton and Alverta Ward
Herbert Catterton and Alverta Ward
 
     
Mt. Zion Methodist Church, Lothian
Mt. Zion Methodist Church, Lothian
 
     
Nathaniel Summerfield Chew (d. 1921)
Nathaniel Summerfield Chew (d. 1921)
 
     
Sally Peake Chew (d. 1925)
Sally Peake Chew (d. 1925)
 
     


St. James Parish Church, Lothian, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Annie Harrison Tongue Lyles (b. 1837)
Annie Harrison Tongue Lyles (b. 1837)
As with her husband's stone, her death date is not legible to me. 
     
Charles W. and Alice Steuart Hall
Charles W. and Alice Steuart Hall
 
     
Corrie Clagett Lankford (d. 2000)
Corrie Clagett Lankford (d. 2000)
 
     
Daniel Thomas Hall (d. 1980)
Daniel Thomas Hall (d. 1980)
 
     
Edmund Lansdale and Harriet Hall Bowie
Edmund Lansdale and Harriet Hall Bowie
 
     
Eleanor Deborah Hall (d. 1983)
Eleanor Deborah Hall (d. 1983)
 
     
Eleanor Maria Estep (d. 1954)
Eleanor Maria Estep (d. 1954)
 
     
Eleanor Sellman Hall (d. 1890)
Eleanor Sellman Hall (d. 1890)
 
     
Elizabeth Sudler Estep (d. 1916)
Elizabeth Sudler Estep (d. 1916)
 
     
Estep Window detail, St. James Parish Church
Estep Window detail, St. James Parish Church
 
     
Esther Loney Hall (d. 1924)
Esther Loney Hall (d. 1924)
 
     
Floyd Lankford, Jr. (d. 1980)
Floyd Lankford, Jr. (d. 1980)
 
     
Floyd Lankford, Sr. (d. 1944)
Floyd Lankford, Sr. (d. 1944)
 
     
Harriett Hall (d. 1836)
Harriett Hall (d. 1836)
 
     
Harriett Hall (d. 1878)
Harriett Hall (d. 1878)
 
     
Harriett Hall Estep (d. 1906)
Harriett Hall Estep (d. 1906)
 
     
Margaret Hall (d. 1842)
Margaret Hall (d. 1842)
 
     
Margaret Watkins Hall (d. 1829)
Margaret Watkins Hall (d. 1829)
 
     
Martha Hall, d. 1835
Martha Hall, d. 1835
The stone says "In memory of Martha, daughter of Thos. T. and R.S. Hall, who died August 19th, 1835, aged 18 mos., 17 days." 
     
Mary Allen Lankford (d. 1986)
Mary Allen Lankford (d. 1986)
 
     
Mary Duvall Hall (d. 1740s)
Mary Duvall Hall (d. 1740s)
 
     
Mary Louisa Estep (d. 1962)
Mary Louisa Estep (d. 1962)
 
     
Octavius Lyles (b. 1828)
Octavius Lyles (b. 1828)
His death date is not legible to me. 
     
Rachel Sophia Hall (d. 1944)
Rachel Sophia Hall (d. 1944)
 
     
Rachel Waters Hall (d. 1877)
Rachel Waters Hall (d. 1877)
 
     
Rev. Henry and Mary Duvall Hall
Rev. Henry and Mary Duvall Hall
This picture shows St. James Church, the church Henry Hall led, in the background. A window inside is dedicated to him as well. Most of the other stones between theirs and the church belong to members of the Hall family. 
     
Rev. Henry and Mary Duvall Hall
Rev. Henry and Mary Duvall Hall
 
     
Rev. Henry Hall (d. 1722)
Rev. Henry Hall (d. 1722)
 
     
Rev. Henry Hall Window, St. James Parish Church
Rev. Henry Hall Window, St. James Parish Church
 
     
Richard and Elizabeth Estep
Richard and Elizabeth Estep
 
     
Richard and Harriett Hall Estep, and their daughter Mary L. Estep
Richard and Harriett Hall Estep, and their daughter Mary L. Estep
 
     
Richard Battee Sellman Duckett (d. 1944)
Richard Battee Sellman Duckett (d. 1944)
 
     
Richard Battee Sellman Duckett (d. 1944)
Richard Battee Sellman Duckett (d. 1944)
This is actually the back of his stone, which is on the left here, facing the boxwood. 
     
Richard Estep (d. 1919)
Richard Estep (d. 1919)
 
     
Richard Estep and Eva M. Hall
Richard Estep and Eva M. Hall
What is Eva M. Hall's maiden name? 
     
Richard Lankford (d. 2003)
Richard Lankford (d. 2003)
 
     
Richard T. Estep (d. 1913)
Richard T. Estep (d. 1913)
 
     
Sarah Estep Lankford (d. 1958)
Sarah Estep Lankford (d. 1958)
 
     
Thomas and Rachel Waters Hall
Thomas and Rachel Waters Hall
This shows St. James in the background. Most of the other stones between theirs and the church belong to the Hall family. 
     
Thomas J. Hall (d. 1880)
Thomas J. Hall (d. 1880)
 
     
Thomas John and Esther Loney Hall
Thomas John and Esther Loney Hall
 
     
Thomas John Hall (d. 1895)
Thomas John Hall (d. 1895)
 
     
Thomas Sellman Hall (d. 1922)
Thomas Sellman Hall (d. 1922)
 
     
Thomas Sellman Hall (d. 1953)
Thomas Sellman Hall (d. 1953)
 
     
William Henry and Eleanor Sellman Hall
William Henry and Eleanor Sellman Hall
 
     
William Henry Hall (d. 1844)
William Henry Hall (d. 1844)
 
     
William Henry Hall (d. 1927)
William Henry Hall (d. 1927)
 
     
William Henry Hall Jr. (d. 1878)
William Henry Hall Jr. (d. 1878)
 
     


All Hallows' Episcopal Church, near Birdsville, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
All Hallow's Church
All Hallow's Church
This is the church taken from the graveyard by Solomon's Island Rd. 
     
All Hallow's Church, historical marker
All Hallow's Church, historical marker
This is located on Solomon's Island Rd. near the sign for the church. 
     
All Hallow's Church, sign
All Hallow's Church, sign
On Solomon's Island Rd. 
     
Col. Richard Sellman (d. 1861)
Col. Richard Sellman (d. 1861)
 
     
Eleanor Watkins Sellman (d. 1858)
Eleanor Watkins Sellman (d. 1858)
 
     
Gen. Jonathan Sellman (d. 1810)
Gen. Jonathan Sellman (d. 1810)
 
     
John Henry Sellman (d. 1892)
John Henry Sellman (d. 1892)
 
     
Lucinda M. Sellman (d. 1866)
Lucinda M. Sellman (d. 1866)
 
     
Lucinda Sellman (d. 1951)
Lucinda Sellman (d. 1951)
 
     
Margaret Sellman Worthington (d. 1863)
Margaret Sellman Worthington (d. 1863)
 
     
Sophia Stockett (d. 1888)
Sophia Stockett (d. 1888)
 
     
Thomas Gassaway (1684-1739)
Thomas Gassaway (1684-1739)
 
     
William Burgess (1622-1687)
William Burgess (1622-1687)
This is a plaque at the gate of the church. 
     

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