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Obituaries - Atkinson


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ATKINSON, JOHN FLOYD MCCULLOH (“FLOYD C.”) Continued

“Floyd C. Atkinson Rites. Services for Floyd C. Atkinson, 80, 40 Bedford Street, who died Tuesday, were held yesterday in the Wolford’s Funeral Home with the Rev. Peter Kolliman of the Associated Bible Students (The Dawn), officiating. Interment was in Percy Cemetery, Frostburg. Pallbearers were Fred Zimmerman, George Grey, Harry Troutman, Joseph Meely, Harry Dischon, and Harvey Dietz.” [CET 9-10-1943]

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ATKINSON, MOSES
(son of HENRY and ELLA NORA ATKINSON)
b. May 1868
d. March 27, 1924
a. 55


“Moses Atkinson, 56 years old, died this morning in Cumberland. His body was brought to the home of his sister, Mrs. William Arnold, Loo street. Funeral arrangements will be made later.” [CET 3-27-1924, p. 14]

Mr. Atkinson’s death is also on record in SPL.

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ATKINSON, NANNIE LUCRETIA MILLER
(wife of JOHN FLOYD MCCULLOH (“FLOYD C.”) ATKINSON)
b. November 7, 1880
d. September 28, 1955
a. 74
Headstone (shared)


“Mrs. Nannie Lucretia Atkinson, 74, of 226 Emily Street, died this morning in Sacred Heart Hospital where she had been a patient since August 5. Mrs. Atkinson had been in failing health two years.
Born in Barton, she was a dauther of the late Charles O. and Bridget (Naughton) Miller. Her husband, Floyd C. Atkinson, preceded her in death. Mrs. Atkinson held membership in the Dawn Bible Students Ecclesia sect.
Surviving are a son, Robert E. Atkinson, this city; two daughters, Mrs. Benjamin F. Newcomer, Flintstone, and Mrs. Walter C. Chandler, Braddock Farms; two brothers, Sinclair Miller, Barton, and James T. Miller, this city, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
The body will remain at the George Funeral Home.” [CET 9-28-1955, p. 13].

Mrs. Atkinson was married to a man named Peter Welsh prior to her marriage to Mr. Atkinson. This union produced a son named Robert Emmett Welsh who was later adopted by her second husband, JOHN FLOYD MCCULLOCH ATKINSON.

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BAKER, JACOB
b. June 1828
d. August 28, 1882
a. 54 yrs. 2 ms.


“Died—In this town, Monday, August 28, 1882, Mr. Jacob Baker aged 54 years and 2 months. The deceased was a member of the city council several years ago, and during the administration of Mayor [Noah A.] Skidmore was the town bailiff. His funeral was largely attended by numerous friends and Heine Lodge, No. 127, I.O.O.F. of which he was a member.” [FMJ 9-2-1882, p. 3]

Mr. Baker came to the U.S. in 1860 from Germany. He is listed as a Civil War soldier in CET 5-29-1912 (p. 11). Scharf lists him as a City Councilman in 1881, the year before he died (p. 1479).

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BARNARD, JAMES C.
(husband of MARY ANN BARNARD)
b. March 4, 1815
d. September 29, 1883
a. 68 yrs. 6 ms. 25 dys.
Headstone


“Died—At his residence at Washington Mine Saturday, September 29, 1883, Mr. James Barnard, aged 68 years. He leaves a wife and 8 children to mourn his loss. He was buried Sunday afternoon in the old cemetery. Rev. R. Kolb officiated. The pallbearers were Messrs. H.B. Shaffer, T.G. McCullough, Jesse Arnold, George Hocking, John Connor, and Henry R. Atkinson.” [FMJ 10-6-1883].

Scharf (p. 1481) lists Mr. Barnard as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Wesleyan Chapel associated with the Grace Methodist Episcopal Church in 1869.

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BARNARD, MARY ANN
(wife of JAMES C. BARNARD)
b. October, 1822
d. February 4, 1894
a. 71 yrs. 4 ms.
Headstone


“The widow of the late James Barnard died at her home, Eckhart, Friday of last week, aged 77 years.” [FMJ 2-17-1894, p. 2]

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BARNARD, MOLLIE
b. October 21, 1872,
d. April 2, 1881
a. 9 yrs. 5 ms. 11 dys.
Headstone


See the Barnard Family Chart in Chapter 5.

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BAUM, ANDREW
See the Yungerman Family Chart in Chapter 5.

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BAUM, ANDREW
(grandfather of ANDREW and WILLARD BAUM)
b. 1837
d. before 1882


Mr. Baum is listed as a Civil War soldier in CET 5-29-1912 (p. 11). However, his name is spelled BARRIN, which is incorrect.




ID:
acpc020

Page #:
20

Creator:
Anthony E. Crosby and Michael R. Olson

Date:
2000

Collection Location:
Frostburg, Md

Original Size:
28 x 22 cms

Subject:
Cemeteries, Maryland, Frostburg; Obituaries, Maryland, Frostburg. .

Coverage:
Frostburg (Md.), 1800-1972

 
 
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