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6501. Author: Sandra L.H. Gimbert, “Suitland's 'colonel' built 1887 castle for sale in W.VA,” The Journal Friday Home Report, Apr 8, 1988, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg R33 married Sept 4, 1883. By then, he was 53 (Birth=1830).
6502. “Suitland Named After Colonel Samuel Taylor Suit, Pioneer Philanthrophist,” The Suitland Sentinel, Vol 1, No. 1, Thursday, June 29, 1967, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 1 Born in Bladensburg in 1834, Pg 1 Suit died in 1888 at the age of 58 (Birth=1830).
6503. St Barnabas Episcopal Church Cemetary, Location: Oxon Hill, MD, Chris Dunmore, Date Viewed: 9 August 1999 & 3 Aug 2010, Tombstone Inscription: S. T. Suit Died October 1, 1888 Aged 56 Years SUIT (Birth=1832).
6504. Author: Abiatha Willis <suit[at]micron.net>, “Suit,” http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/t...GEORG+1999+7169155+F, 21 Jul 1999, Samuel Suit, son of Fielder, born 1830 in Bladensburg, Md.
6505. “1900 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Microfilm, Location: Prince George's County Library, Hyattsville, MD, Date Viewed: 14 Mar 2000, ED 96 Sht 20 Ln 18 Dwg 363 Fam 372 Suit, Arthur B., Father B: MD.
6506. “1880 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Microfilm, Location: Prince George's County Library, Hyattsville, MD, Date Viewed: 21 Mar 2000, Elec. District 6 Enum Distr 126 Sht 38 Ln 18 Dwg 309 Fam 327, Suit, Samuel, 48, B: MD,.
6507. “1870 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Microfilm, Location: Prince George's County Library, Hyattsville, MD, Date Viewed: 21 Mar 2000 , Spauldings Distr Forrestville Sht 14 Ln 12 Dwg 104 Fam 101 Suit, Samuel T., 39, B: MD.
6508. “Death of Col. S. Taylor Suit,” The Evening Star, Washington, DC, 1 Oct 1888 & 2 Oct 1888, Pg 1 & 5, Microfilm Montgomery County Library, Rockville, MD, Location: Chris Dunmore Copy 24 Mar 2000, He was about fifty six years of age.
6509. “LDS Family Search,” http://www.familysearch.org, Various dates, 1880 Census, Spaldings, PG, MD Samuel T. Suit, 48, B: MD, .
6510. Ibid. Submitter: Rosanne O’Reilly #2083360-0721105202632 Compact Disc # 121: Samuel T. Suit Pin#454908, M, b: 1831 MD.
6511. “1870 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Jan 2003, Spaldings District(14of44) Dwg 104 Fam 101 Suit, Samuel T., 39 B: MD.
6512. “1880 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Jan 2003, District 126 Spaulding(38of38) Dwg 309 Fam 327 Suit, Samuel T., 48, B: MD.
6513. “1850 Census,” Washington, DC, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Jan 2003, 3Ward Sht 209B(132of135) Dwg 960 Fam 960 S. Suit, 18 B: MD.
6514. “The Builders,” Article from Unknown Booklet, pg 2 & 3, Great Aunt Helen Rieley has original copy, Chris Dunmore copy Aug 2003, Samuel Taylor Suit was born Aug 14, 1832 at Bladensburg, Prince George's Co, MD.
6515. Ibid. In 1865 Taylor was still a young man of 33 years, MD.
6516. Ibid. Fm the Record - Certif of Marr, Wash DC, show the groom, S. Taylor Suit, age betw 50-60.
6517. “1860 Census,” New York, NY, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 2 May 2004, 1860NYNY21WdNYCPg744 Dwg 571 Fam 838 Sam T. Suit 28 B: MD.
6518. “1870 Census,” Prince George’s County, MD, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 11 May 2004, 1870MDPGSpaulding14B/178 Dwg 104 Fam 101 Suit, Samuel T., 39 B: MD.
6519. “1880 Census,” Prince George’s County, MD, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 3 Jul 2005, 1880MDPGSpldg142B Dwg 309 Fam 327 Suit, Samuel T., W M 48, B: MD.
6520. Author: John Clagett Proctor, “Suit Career was Meteoric,” The Sunday Star, Washington, DC, 5 Sep 1937, Location: Chris Dunmore Copy received from Jackie Smith, Owings, MD 10 Nov 2008, b: 1834 Bladensburg.
6521. Author: DAR Toaping Castle Chapter, Prince George’s County MD Tombstone Records, 1955, Location: Prince George’s County, MD Library, MD Room 29 Jul 2009, St Barnabas Ch Cem, Oxon Hill MD: L.(sic) T. Suit died Oct 1, 1888 aged 56 years.
6522. “1840 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 24 Apr 2010, 1840MDPG3D24A Fielder Suit (Male 5-10) .
6523. “DC Deaths & Burials, 1840-1964,” FamilySearch.org, 30 Apr 2010, Samuel Taylor Suit b: MD.
6524. Ibid. S. Taylor Suit b: 1832 Bladensburg, MD Batch B0091909 Film 2135868 Ref cn 63535.
6525. Author: Prince George’s County Historical Society, “Col Suit - Builder of a Castle .. and a Railroad,” Vol. II No. 5 & 6 May and Jun 1974, www.pghistory.org/newsandnotes, Date Viewed: 20 Aug 2011, Suit b: 1830 Bladensburg.
6526. “DC Deaths & Burials, 1874-1959,” FamilySearch.org, 7 Oct 2011, S Taylor Suit b:1832 Bladensburg MD d: 1 Oct 1888 DC; bur: 4 Oct 1888 St Barabas(sic) Ch Cem; Male, age 56, Marr, Occ: Merchant&Manufacturer; Father: b: MD; Mother: b:MD; Frame: 1572; Ref: cn63535; Film 2135868 Folder 004024885 Image 1570.
6527. “NY, Passenger Lists, 1820-1891,” FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 13 May 2015, Saml S?it (sic), Immigration, 1868, NY City,NY, Male, age34, b:est1834US, Ship:Ville DeParis; AffiliatePub # M237; Title: Passenger Lists of vessels arriving at NY1820-1897; Affiliate Film #302, GS Film #000175658; Digital Folder #004680006, Image00412.
6528. Ibid. Steamship Morning Star, J.M. Courteney, Master; from Havana Cuba to Port of NY; sworn to 21 Dec 1865; Manifest: S.T.Suit, age 31yrs 3mos; Male, Merchant, belong to US; Inhabitant: US; Part of Ship: Aft.
6529. “DC Marriage Records 1810-1953,” Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 13 Aug 2020, S Taylor Suit b: abt 1833, Film 002025889.
6530. “1840 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Oct 2002, Fielder Suit (Male 5-10).
6531. Author: Darlie Norton, A History of Suitland, MD 1867-1976, Prepared for 1976 Bicentennial, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 5 In teens went to Keokuk, Iowa.
6532. Author: Morris Fradin, “WV Castle Article,” Mystery, History & Romance of a WV Castle, Spring 1970, Chris Dunmore copy Mar 1999, Pg 3 Young Suit .. While still in his teens, the ambitious lad, .. left home & found employment in Keokuk, IA.
6533. “Suitland Named After Colonel Samuel Taylor Suit, Pioneer Philanthrophist,” The Suitland Sentinel, Vol 1, No. 1, Thursday, June 29, 1967, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 1 (Taylor Suit) ran away from home. He first landed in IA and then later in KY.
6534. “The Builders,” Article from Unknown Booklet, pg 2 & 3, Great Aunt Helen Rieley has original copy, Chris Dunmore copy Aug 2003, As a very young man Taylor left home and went to Keokuk, IA, to pursue a career as a cowboy.
6535. Author: John Clagett Proctor, “Suit Career was Meteoric,” The Sunday Star, Washington, DC, 5 Sep 1937, Location: Chris Dunmore Copy received from Jackie Smith, Owings, MD 10 Nov 2008, ran away in his teens and found employment in Keokuk, IA.
6536. Author: Prince George’s County Historical Society, “Col Suit - Builder of a Castle .. and a Railroad,” Vol. II No. 5 & 6 May and Jun 1974, www.pghistory.org/newsandnotes, Date Viewed: 20 Aug 2011, The youngster (S T Suit) refused a college education and went West to IA.
6537. “1850 Census,” Washington, DC, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Jan 2003, 3Ward Sht 209B(132of135) Dwg 960 Fam 960 S. Suit, 18 M, Clerk, B: MD (Enumerated w/ C J Queen 18 B: DC).
6538. Author: Shirley V. & George E. Baltz, Prince George's County, MD Marriages & Deaths in 19th Century Newspapers, Heritage Books Published 1995, Vol 2 K-Z, Date Viewed: MD Hall of Records 26 Mar 1999; Prince George’s County Library 13 Jan 2009, Pg 521 Suit, Sallie-D in Louisville, KY on the 25th ultimate, -- the beloved wife of S.Taylor Suit Esq, formerly of this village, in the 19th year of her age. Planters Advocate 12/2/1857 .
6539. Author: Darlie Norton, A History of Suitland, MD 1867-1976, Prepared for 1976 Bicentennial, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 5 after several years, he went to Louisville, KY.
6540. “Descendants of Nathaniel Suit,” 26 Feb 1999; Updated 14 Jul 2018, Gus & Betty Suit Kruelle, Samuel Taylor Suit married Sallie (Suit) died 25 Nov 1857 in Louisville, KY.
6541. Author: Morris Fradin, “WV Castle Article,” Mystery, History & Romance of a WV Castle, Spring 1970, Chris Dunmore copy Mar 1999, Pg 3 Several years later, he went to Louisville, KY, where he married a local belle.
6542. Author: Ted F. Shelsby, “Castle Built to Win a Bride,” The Sun Magazine, Baltimore, MD, May 21, 1972, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 37 moved to Louisville where we worked for a distillery & married a local belle.
6543. “Suitland Named After Colonel Samuel Taylor Suit, Pioneer Philanthrophist,” The Suitland Sentinel, Vol 1, No. 1, Thursday, June 29, 1967, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 1 (Taylor Suit) ran away from home. He first landed in IA & then later in KY.
6544. Author: Abiatha Willis <suit[at]micron.net>, “Suit,” http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/t...GEORG+1999+7169155+F, 21 Jul 1999, Samuel Suit, son of Fielder, born 1830 in Bladensburg, Md. He migrated to Kentucky & built a sucessful distillery.
6545. “The Louisville, KY General & Business Directory for 1859-60.,” Author: Compiled by Henry Tanner. Louisville: Henry Tanner, 1859, Author: Ancestry Plus, Anne Arundel Co, MD Public Library, Oct 2002 (Similar to Source 622), Suit S. Taylor, distiller at Mt. Washington, h n s Broadway bet 6th & 7th.
6546. “The Builders,” Article from Unknown Booklet, pg 2 & 3, Great Aunt Helen Rieley has original copy, Chris Dunmore copy Aug 2003, He later migrated to Louisville, KY.
6547. Author: John Clagett Proctor, “Suit Career was Meteoric,” The Sunday Star, Washington, DC, 5 Sep 1937, Location: Chris Dunmore Copy received from Jackie Smith, Owings, MD 10 Nov 2008, to Louisville KY.
6548. Author: Prince George’s County Historical Society, “Col Suit - Builder of a Castle .. and a Railroad,” Vol. II No. 5 & 6 May and Jun 1974, www.pghistory.org/newsandnotes, Date Viewed: 20 Aug 2011, (S T Suit) after a few years he migrated to Louisville, KY where he worked in a distillery & married a local girl.
6549. Author: Morris Fradin, “WV Castle Article,” Mystery, History & Romance of a WV Castle, Spring 1970, Chris Dunmore copy Mar 1999, Pg 3 His wife having died, Suit migrated to New York City.
6550. Author: Ted F. Shelsby, “Castle Built to Win a Bride,” The Sun Magazine, Baltimore, MD, May 21, 1972, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 37 when his first wife died he moved to NY.
6551. “Suitland Named After Colonel Samuel Taylor Suit, Pioneer Philanthrophist,” The Suitland Sentinel, Vol 1, No. 1, Thursday, June 29, 1967, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 1 migrated to New York City.
6552. Author: Abiatha Willis <suit[at]micron.net>, “Suit,” http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/t...GEORG+1999+7169155+F, 21 Jul 1999, He later went to NY married a d/o the president of Home Life Insurance Co.
6553. “The Builders,” Article from Unknown Booklet, pg 2 & 3, Great Aunt Helen Rieley has original copy, Chris Dunmore copy Aug 2003, He sold his business (Louisville, KY) & went to New York City. .
6554. Author: John Clagett Proctor, “Suit Career was Meteoric,” The Sunday Star, Washington, DC, 5 Sep 1937, Location: Chris Dunmore Copy received from Jackie Smith, Owings, MD 10 Nov 2008, to New York City.
6555. Author: Prince George’s County Historical Society, “Col Suit - Builder of a Castle .. and a Railroad,” Vol. II No. 5 & 6 May and Jun 1974, www.pghistory.org/newsandnotes, Date Viewed: 20 Aug 2011, (S T Suit) After the early death of his wife, Suit went to NY City where he eventually gained a seat on the Stock Exchange.
6556. “1860 Census,” New York County, NY, Location: Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Feb 2003, 21 Ward, 1st District, Pg 744(149of267) Dwg 571 Fam 838 Sam T. Suit, 28 M, Distiller, B: MD (Enumerated w/ Arthur F. Wilmarth).
6557. “1860 Census,” New York, NY, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 2 May 2004, 1860NYNY21WdNYCPg744 Dwg 571 Fam 838 Sam T. Suit 28 M, Distiller, B: MD (Enumerated w/Arthur F. Wilmarth, father in law).
6558. “City Directory, New York, Publisher: John T. Trow,” www.Footnote.com, 13 Oct 2008, Pg 828 Samuel T. Suit.
6559. Author: Morris Fradin, “WV Castle Article,” Mystery, History & Romance of a WV Castle, Spring 1970, Chris Dunmore copy Mar 1999, Pg 3 Colonel Suit returned in 1865 to his native MD. Bought 800 acres of land several miles southeast of Washington City, naming his estate "Suitland".
6560. Author: Ted F. Shelsby, “Castle Built to Win a Bride,” The Sun Magazine, Baltimore, MD, May 21, 1972, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 37 He returned to MD to open a distillery at Suitland (the town is reportedly named after the colonel) .
6561. Author: Sandra L.H. Gimbert, “Suitland's 'colonel' built 1887 castle for sale in W.VA,” The Journal Friday Home Report, Apr 8, 1988, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg R33 Col Suit .. is immortalized in Prince George's Co, MD, where the town of Suitland is named for him.
6562. “Suitland Named After Colonel Samuel Taylor Suit, Pioneer Philanthrophist,” The Suitland Sentinel, Vol 1, No. 1, Thursday, June 29, 1967, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 1 in 1865, he returned to this area where he purchased 800 ac of land & naming the place Suitland. Confirmation of the name was officially established when a Suitland Post Ofice was opened in 1878.
6563. Author: Abiatha Willis <suit[at]micron.net>, “Suit,” http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/t...GEORG+1999+7169155+F, 21 Jul 1999, He returned to Prince George Co. in 1865 & bought 800 ac of land to the SE of Washington, D.C. & named the estate "Suitland".
6564. Author: John Douglas, “Morgan Messenger (Previously Morgan Mercury),” Castle on the Block Again, May 01, 2002, Chris Dunmore copy 13 May 2002, Suit was 53; buy 800 ac in what is now "Suitland" near Washington.
6565. “The Builders,” Article from Unknown Booklet, pg 2 & 3, Great Aunt Helen Rieley has original copy, Chris Dunmore copy Aug 2003, In 1865 Taylor was 33 yrs He purchased 800 ac south of Wash, DC which he called "Suitland".
6566. Ibid. The Suit Mansion became a stepping place for prominent Washington socialites out for a ride in the country. It was also the scene of very fashionable parties that included among the guests Presidents Grant & Hayes, cabinet members, ambassadors&congressmen.
6567. Author: John Clagett Proctor, “Suit Career was Meteoric,” The Sunday Star, Washington, DC, 5 Sep 1937, Location: Chris Dunmore Copy received from Jackie Smith, Owings, MD 10 Nov 2008, return to his native health,(sic) he returned to nearby Washington & bought 800 ac PGCo, Suitland.
6568. Author: Prince George’s County Historical Society, “Col Suit - Builder of a Castle .. and a Railroad,” Vol. II No. 5 & 6 May and Jun 1974, www.pghistory.org/newsandnotes, Date Viewed: 20 Aug 2011, Because of poor health, Col Suit returned to his native county in 1865 & bought 800 ac of land to the SE of Washington & named the estate “Suitland”.
6569. Author: Darlie Norton, A History of Suitland, MD 1867-1976, Prepared for 1976 Bicentennial, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 6 Owned land in Calvert County (@ 600 acres). Morris Fradin "Valleys of History" magazine.
6570. Author: Morris Fradin, “WV Castle Article,” Mystery, History & Romance of a WV Castle, Spring 1970, Chris Dunmore copy Mar 1999, Pg 3 Col. Suit purchased 600 acres of land in Calvert County, MD. .
6571. Author: Darlie Norton, A History of Suitland, MD 1867-1976, Prepared for 1976 Bicentennial, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 5 Purchased 300 acres "Thomas & Mary" 2 Apr 1867 for $22,500 "Across the Years in PG County".
6572. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitST PG FS4 0425 Deed 2 Apr 1867 .
6573. “The Sun,” ProQuest Historical Newspapers, Pg 1 13 Mar 1865, Date Viewed: Anne Arundel County MD Public Library 10 Jul 2014.
Sale of Real Estate - Thomas E. Berr_, Esq., has sold to S. Taylor Suit, Esq., of the firm of Ford, Suit & Co., of New York, a tract of land contiguous to Washington city, containing 300 acres, at $22,500 cash - $75 per acre--with the privilege of the whole tract of 900 acres at $65 per acre - Prince Georgian.
6574. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitST PG HB1 0422 Indenture 23 May 1867 .
6575. Ibid. SuitST PG FS4 0611 Deed 13 Jun 1867 .
6576. Author: Darlie Norton, A History of Suitland, MD 1867-1976, Prepared for 1976 Bicentennial, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 5 Samuel & Aurelia Suit sold 400 ac called "House Place" to Peter Grimes, his brother in law. This contained the land received from Thomas E. Berry, Robert Marshall & others.
6577. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitST PG HB1 0008 Deed 19 Dec 1867.
6578. Ibid. WilmarthA PG HB2 0089 15 Aug 1868.
6579. Ibid. SuitST PG HB1 0122 Deed 2 Mar 1868.
6580. “City Directory, Chicago, IL, Publisher: Edwards & Co,” www.Footnote.com, 13 Oct 2008, S. T. Suit, 1869, Pg 188.
6581. Author: Darlie Norton, A History of Suitland, MD 1867-1976, Prepared for 1976 Bicentennial, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 10 sold 15 1/4 acres to Mr. Joy, later bought it back, believe part of "Thomas & Mary".
6582. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitST PG HB11 0168 mentions 2 May 1870.
6583. Ibid. SuitST PG HB3 0374 Deed 2 May 1870 .
6584. “1870 Census,” Spaldings District, Forestville, Prince George's County, MD, 4 July 1870, Location: Chris Dunmore copy page, received from Gus & Betty Suit Kruelle, Edgewater, MD, Date Viewed: 26 Feb 1999, Samuel T. Suit, 39, M, W, Farmer, $500,000 Real Estate, $50,000 Personal Estate, Born MD.
6585. “1870 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Microfilm, Location: Prince George's County Library, Hyattsville, MD, Date Viewed: 21 Mar 2000 , Spauldings Distr Forrestville Sht 14 Ln 12 Dwg 104 Fam 101 Suit, Samuel T., 39, M, W, Farmer, Real Est: $500,000, Pers Est: $50,000, B: MD.
6586. “LDS Family Search,” http://www.familysearch.org, Various dates, Submitter: Rosanne O’Reilly #2083360-0721105202632 Compact Disc # 121: Samuel T. Suit Pin#454908, M, b: 1831 MD Father:Fielder Suit; Mother: Catherine M. Suit; Census 1870 Spotsburg, PG Co MD.
6587. “1870 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Jan 2003, Spaldings District(14of44) Dwg 104 Fam 101 Suit, Samuel T., 39 M W, Farmer, $500,000 Real Est, $50,000 Personal, B: MD.
6588. “1870 Census,” Prince George’s County, MD, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 11 May 2004, 1870MDPGSpaulding14B/178 Dwg 104 Fam 101 Suit, Samuel T., 39 M W, Farmer, $500,000 Real Est, $50,000 Personal, B: MD.
6589. “City Directory, Washington, DC, Publisher: Wm H. Boyd,” www.Footnote.com, 13 Oct 2008, S. T. Suit, 1871, Pg LXXXIX.
6590. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitST PG HB11 0168 Mentions .
6591. Ibid. SuitST PG HB4 0747 Deed 10 Jun 1871 .
6592. Ibid. SuitA PG 17 0441 7 Apr 1904.
6593. Ibid. SuitST PG HB11 0160 Mentions .
6594. Ibid. SuitG PG HB4 0873 Deed 14 Jun 1871.
6595. Ibid. SuitG PG HB4 0872 Indenture 14 Jun 1871.
6596. Ibid. SuitST PG HB5 0363 Indenture 1 Nov 1871.
6597. Ibid. SuitST PG HB6 0475 Deed 12 Oct 1872 .
6598. Ibid. SuitST PG HB5 0364 Indenture 4 Nov 1871.
6599. “City Directory, Washington, DC, Publisher:Daily Republican Job Printing Office,” www.Footnote.com, 13 Oct 2008, Samuel T. Suit 1872, Pg 443; S. T. Suit & Co. 1872, Pg 443.
6600. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitST PG HB5 0432 Deed 3 Jan 1872.
6601. Ibid. SuitST PG HB5 0435 Deed 3Jan1872.
6602. Ibid. SuitST PG HB5 0432 Deed 3Jan1872.
6603. “Atlantic Reporter,” by West Publishing Company, MD Court of Appeals, 1938, http://books.google.com/books & http://libproxy.law.umich.edu, 6 Jan 2008, vol 55 pt 1 Pg383 James L. Brown as heir at law of his father .. interest (in land) was conveyed to S. Taylor Suit.
6604. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitST PG HB5 0434 Deed 3Jan1872.
6605. Ibid. SuitA PG JB11 0520 18 Aug 1900 .
6606. Ibid. SuitST PG HB6 0187 Deed 3Jun1872 .
6607. Ibid. SuitST PG HB6 0224 Deed 29Jun1872.
6608. Ibid. SuitST PG HB6 0349 Deed 4 Sep1872.
6609. “U.S. City Directories 1821-1989,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: Ancestry Library Edition Anne Arundel County MD Library 15 Jan 2014; Also avail Heritage Quest 5 Dec 2015, Pg 473: 1873 DC: Suit, Samuel T. (S.T. Suit & Co) pres Wash & Pt Lookout RR Co h. Prince Geo MD.
6610. Ibid. Pg 473: 1873 DC: Suit, S. T. & Co (Samuel T. Suit & Jordan Giles) liquors, PA av cor 13th nw .
6611. Author: Darlie Norton, A History of Suitland, MD 1867-1976, Prepared for 1976 Bicentennial, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 11 James Brown land, 7 1/2 ac, was bought by Samuel Taylor Suit 3 Jan 1873. Believe Brown acquired the land from Arthur L. Wilmarth (Suit's father in law) in 1871.
6612. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitST PG HB6 0711 Deed 3 Jan 1873.
6613. Ibid. SuitST PG HB6 0780 Indenture 15 Feb 1873.
6614. Ibid. SuitST PG HB6 0383 Indenture 10 Jul 1873.
6615. Ibid. SuitST PG HB7 0558 Deed 1 Sep 1873.
6616. “U.S. City Directories 1821-1989,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: Ancestry Library Edition Anne Arundel County MD Library 15 Jan 2014; Also avail Heritage Quest 5 Dec 2015, Pg 437: 1874 Suit, Samuel T. president Washington City & Point Lookout R.R. Co. h. Prince George MD.
6617. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitST PG HB11 0168 Deed 25 Mar 1876.
6618. Ibid. SuitA PG JB11 0520 .
6619. Ibid. SuitST PG ATB1 0027 Deed mentions .
6620. Ibid. SuitST PG JB3 0465 Deed mentions.
6621. Author: Darlie Norton, A History of Suitland, MD 1867-1976, Prepared for 1976 Bicentennial, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 5 Land called the "Home Place" and later "Suitland" consisting of 450 ac.
6622. “Samuel Taylor Suit Will,” No. 3246 D14 District of Columbia, Filed Oct 4, 1888, Dorsey Clagett, Register of Wills, Chris Dunmore copy, received from Gus and Betty Suit Kruelle, 26 Feb 1999, farm in Prince George's Co, MD known as Suitland.
Witnesses - Wm Dodge, Oct 12/88 (believe dates written when will probated) Jas H. Ritchie, dead; S. Alex. Pumphrey Oct 11/88
6623. “St Barnabas Church Pamphlet,” Oxon Hill, MD, Location: Chris Dunmore partial copy, received from Gus & Betty Suit Kruelle, Edgewater, MD Feb 1999, The area - Suit's Land - where this entrepreneur lived and worked is known to us today as Suitland.
6624. “Death of Col. S. Taylor Suit,” The Evening Star, Washington, DC, 1 Oct 1888 & 2 Oct 1888, Pg 1 & 5, Microfilm Montgomery County Library, Rockville, MD, Location: Chris Dunmore Copy 24 Mar 2000, Pg 1 He owned considerable property in this district & Prince George's Co, MD.
6625. MD Directory 1878, J. Frank Lewis & Co, Baltimore, 1878, Location: Family Search, Search Records, Historical Books, 9 Feb 2009, Pg 409 PG Co: Silver Hill: Fruit Grower, Suit, S. T.
6626. Author: Darlie Norton, A History of Suitland, MD 1867-1976, Prepared for 1976 Bicentennial, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 6 owned Spa Spring Hotel in Bladensburg on Bladensburg Road. Tax records property valued at $5250 including hotel, house, lot & 35 acres of land most likely opposite Hotel.
6627. “The Builders,” Article from Unknown Booklet, pg 2 & 3, Great Aunt Helen Rieley has original copy, Chris Dunmore copy Aug 2003, See Misc. Note.
6628. “Atlantic Reporter,” by West Publishing Company, MD Court of Appeals, 1938, http://books.google.com/books & http://libproxy.law.umich.edu, 6 Jan 2008, v. 33 pt 1 pg 457 (82 MD 155) Misc Note.
6629. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitST PG ATB1 0026 Deed .
6630. Ibid. SuitST PG JB3 0467 Indenture.
6631. Ibid. SuitST PG ATB1 0153 Deed 22 Mar 1879.
6632. Ibid. SuitST PG ATB1 0154 Deed 24 Mar 1879 .
6633. General Index to Deeds - Charles County, MD 1655-1899, Location: College of Southern MD, LaPlata 21 Aug 2013, 101_0191 Pg 235 1880 Suit, Samuel T. from The Farmers Loan & Trust Co, Mortg Liber BGS Bk 4 Pg 581.
6634. “City Directory, Washington, DC, Publisher: Wm H. Boyd,” www.Footnote.com, 13 Oct 2008, S. T. Suit, 1880, Pg 522.
6635. “1880 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Microfilm, Location: Prince George's County Library, Hyattsville, MD, Date Viewed: 21 Mar 2000, Elec. District 6 Enum Distr 126 Sht 38 Ln 18 Dwg 309 Fam 327, Suit, Samuel, W, M, 48, Head, (Not Marked Single or Married), Farmer, B: MD, Father B: MD, Mother B: MD.
6636. “LDS Family Search,” http://www.familysearch.org, Various dates, 1880 Census, Spaldings, PG, MD Samuel T. Suit, Self, Male W, 48, B: MD, Farmer, Father B: MD, Mother B: MD (Fam Hsty Lbry Film 1254513 Pg 142B).
6637. “1880 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Jan 2003, District 126 Spaulding(38of38) Dwg 309 Fam 327 Suit, Samuel T., W M 48, Farmer, B: MD, Father B: MD, Mother B: MD.
6638. “1880 Census,” Prince George’s County, MD, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 3 Jul 2005, 1880MDPGSpldg142B Dwg 309 Fam 327 Suit, Samuel T., W M 48, Farmer, B: MD, Father B: MD, Mother B: MD.
6639. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, MSA CE 60-15 JFF 5 Pg43 15Apr1881.
6640. “City Directory, Washington, DC, Publisher: Wm H. Boyd,” www.Footnote.com, 13 Oct 2008, S. T. Suit, 1882, Pg 760.
6641. “The Builders,” Article from Unknown Booklet, pg 2 & 3, Great Aunt Helen Rieley has original copy, Chris Dunmore copy Aug 2003, From the Record -See Misc Notes.
6642. “DC Marriages, 1811-1950,” FamilySearch.org, 23 Apr 2011, S. Taylor Suit of Suitland MD 4 Sep 1883.
6643. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitR Calv JS3 0553 Indenture 7 Apr 1892.
6644. Ibid. SuitS Calv SS5 0398 Deed 7 Feb 1883.
6645. Ibid. SuitR Calv JS3 0553 Indenture 7 Apr 1892 mentions.
6646. Ibid. SuitS Calv SS5 0457 Deed 7 Mar 1883.
6647. Ibid. SuitS Calv SS5 0455 Deed 9 Mar 1883.
6648. Ibid. SuitS Calv SS5 0459 Deed 14 Mar 1883.
6649. Ibid. SuitS Calv SS5 0438 Indenture 14Mar1883.
6650. Ibid. SuitR Calv JS3 0553 Indenture 7 Apr 1892 mentions .
6651. Ibid. SuitS Calv SS5 0458 Deed 16 Mar 1883.
6652. Ibid. JFF 6 405 4Jun1883.
6653. Ibid. SuitST PG JWB2 0167 Indenture 13 Jul 1883.
6654. “City Directory, Washington, DC, Publisher: J. Bradley Adams,” www.Footnote.com, 13 Oct 2008, Samuel T. Suit, 1884, Pg 924; S. T. Suit, 1884, Pg 924.
6655. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitS Calv SS6 0295 Deed 17 Mar 1884 .
6656. Author: Chronicling America - Library of Congress, “The Evening Critic, Washington DC, 1881-1885,” 17 Jun 1884, Image 2, http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov, Date Viewed: 13 Nov 2011.
County. Mt Pleasant, Uniontown - Lot 8, H. Georgeanna Shannon to Samuel Taylor Suit; $895.64
6657. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitST PG JWB4 0618 30 Aug 1883 Conveyance.
6658. “City Directory, Washington, DC, Publisher: J. Bradley Adams,” www.Footnote.com, 13 Oct 2008, S. Taylor Suit, 1885, Pg 925; S. T. Suit, 1885, Pg 925.
6659. Author: Darlie Norton, A History of Suitland, MD 1867-1976, Prepared for 1976 Bicentennial, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 8 (Horace Crosier) bought 52.83 ac of land believed to contain Headache bought earlier by Col. Suit in 1885 for $4000.
6660. Ibid. Pg 7 The castle was begun in 1885.
6661. “Samuel Taylor Suit Will,” No. 3246 D14 District of Columbia, Filed Oct 4, 1888, Dorsey Clagett, Register of Wills, Chris Dunmore copy, received from Gus and Betty Suit Kruelle, 26 Feb 1999, residence at Berkley Springs, WV.
Witnesses - Wm Dodge, Oct 12/88 (believe dates written when will probated) Jas H. Ritchie, dead; S. Alex. Pumphrey Oct 11/88
6662. Author: Morris Fradin, “WV Castle Article,” Mystery, History & Romance of a WV Castle, Spring 1970, Chris Dunmore copy Mar 1999, Pg 4 Morgan News of Sep 4, 1885 noted: Mr. Suit, who purchased a lot from Mr. H. H. Boyd along Warm Spring Ridge sometime ago, is laying the foundation for his cottage. Other articles in Morgan News Sep 18, 1885; Apr 20, 1887 & Jun 25, 1887.
6663. Ibid. PG 4 Articles also in Morgan Mercury (Now Morgan Messenger) Sep 11, 1886 & Nov 8, 1886.
6664. Author: John Douglas, “Morgan Messenger (Previously Morgan Mercury),” Castle on the Block Again, May 01, 2002, Chris Dunmore copy 13 May 2002, Samuel Taylor Suit, who constructed a castle to woo his teenaged lover, who in turn partied wildly and finished her days in dire poverty.
6665. Ibid. 1885 when Suit purchased a lot on the ridge from H. H. Boyd.
6666. “The Builders,” Article from Unknown Booklet, pg 2 & 3, Great Aunt Helen Rieley has original copy, Chris Dunmore copy Aug 2003, The Suit Cottage - See Misc Notes.
6667. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitA PG JWB5 0360 24 Jun 1885; folio 362 Mortgage .
6668. Ibid. SuitST PG JWB5 0308 Deed 1 Dec 1885.
6669. Ibid. SuitST PG JWB5 0309 Deed 1 Dec 1885 .
6670. “City Directory, Washington, DC, Publisher: J. Bradley Adams,” www.Footnote.com, 13 Oct 2008, S. T. Suit, 1886, Pg 933.
6671. “U.S. City Directories 1821-1989,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: Ancestry Library Edition Anne Arundel County MD Library 15 Jan 2014; Also avail Heritage Quest 5 Dec 2015, Pg 780: 1886 DC: Suit, Samuel T., pres, 413 6th nw.
6672. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitST PG JWB7 0736 mentions .
6673. “City Directory, Washington, DC, Publisher: Wm H. Boyd,” www.Footnote.com, 13 Oct 2008, S. Taylor Suit, 1887, Pg 941.
6674. “U.S. City Directories 1821-1989,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: Ancestry Library Edition Anne Arundel County MD Library 15 Jan 2014; Also avail Heritage Quest 5 Dec 2015, Pg 799: 1887 DC: Suit, Samuel T., pres, 211 E Cap.
6675. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitST PG JWB8 0017 .
6676. Ibid. SuitST PG JWB8 0237 Deed .
6677. Ibid. SuitST PG JWB8 0491 Deed .
6678. Ibid. SuitST PG JWB8 0694 .
6679. Ibid. SuitST PG JWB7 0736 .
6680. Ibid. SuitR PG JWB11 0137 .
6681. “Samuel Taylor Suit Will,” No. 3246 D14 District of Columbia, Filed Oct 4, 1888, Dorsey Clagett, Register of Wills, Chris Dunmore copy, received from Gus and Betty Suit Kruelle, 26 Feb 1999, of the City of Washington in the District of Columbia.
Witnesses - Wm Dodge, Oct 12/88 (believe dates written when will probated) Jas H. Ritchie, dead; S. Alex. Pumphrey Oct 11/88
6682. “Death of Col. S. Taylor Suit,” The Evening Star, Washington, DC, 1 Oct 1888 & 2 Oct 1888, Pg 1 & 5, Microfilm Montgomery County Library, Rockville, MD, Location: Chris Dunmore Copy 24 Mar 2000, Pg 1 .. died this morning at his residence on East Capitol St. Pg 5 .. at his residence, 228 NJ Ave NW.
6683. “The Builders,” Article from Unknown Booklet, pg 2 & 3, Great Aunt Helen Rieley has original copy, Chris Dunmore copy Aug 2003, Rosa never lived in the Suitland mansion -See Misc Notes.
6684. “MD Register of Wills Books 1629-1999 Calvert,” FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 27 Jul 2015, 1680-1912 Vol 1 Image 166of550 Pg 114-119 Samuel Taylor Suit of Washington DC Will dtd 25 Jan 1888 probated 11 Oct 1888.
6685. Index to District of Columbia Wills 1801-1920, Prepared by Dorothy S. Provine, District of Columbia Archives, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1992, 929.3, Location: Prince Georges' Library, MD Room, Hyattsville, MD, Date Viewed: 7 Oct 1999, Pg 190 Suit, Samuel Taylor Will Filed 1888 Archive Box 110.
6686. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitST PG JB3 0467 mentions .
6687. “Samuel Taylor Suit Will,” MD State Archives Microfilm CR 20 Section 2, Pgs 550-554, Prince George’s County Register of Wills 1872-1891, Location: 8 Jun 2010 (Hard copy and Electronic Scanned copy), Will dtd 23 Jan 1888 See Misc Note.
6688. “Washington DC Wills & Probate Records,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, 1888-412 Samuel Taylor Suit Will 23 Jan 1888; Witnesses: Wm Dodge, Jas H. Ritchie, S. Alex Pumphrey; 11 Oct 1888 presented to Supreme Court of DC-Jas Ritchie -dead.
6689. “WV Wills & Probate Records 1724-1985,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, Morgan Wills Vol 3-4 1850-1916 Image302of498 Pg 166 Samuel Taylor Suit Will dtd 23 Jan 1888 probated 11 Oct 1888.
6690. “MD Register of Wills Books 1629-1999 Calvert,” FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 27 Jul 2015, 1680-1912 Vol 1 Image 166of550 Pg 114-119 Samuel Taylor Suit of Washington DC Will dtd 23 Jan 1888 probated 11 Oct 1888.
6691. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitST PG JWB9 0338 .
6692. “Atlantic Reporter,” by West Publishing Company, MD Court of Appeals, 1938, http://books.google.com/books & http://libproxy.law.umich.edu, 6 Jan 2008, v. 25 pt 1 pg 980 (76 MD 567) Misc Notes.
6693. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitST PG JWB9 0377 .
6694. Ibid. SuitR PG JWB18 0359 .
6695. Ibid. SuitST PG JWB9 0457 .
6696. Ibid. SuitST PG JB3 0469 mentions .
6697. Index to Probate Records, Prince George's Cty, MD 1696-1900, 929.3752, Compiled by the Records Committee, Prince George's County Genealogical Society, Inc c 1988, Date Viewed: Prince George’s County Library, MD Room, 3 Jun 1999 & 19 Jan 2010, Taylor S. Suit, Dated 11 Oct 1888 Book WAJJR Pg 550.
6698. Author: Shirley V. & George E. Baltz, Prince George's County, MD Marriages & Deaths in 19th Century Newspapers, Heritage Books Published 1995, Vol 2 K-Z, Date Viewed: MD Hall of Records 26 Mar 1999; Prince George’s County Library 13 Jan 2009, Suit, H.(sic) T. D: Mon 10/1 at 11:30 am, Col ___ . Funeral from his late residence 238 NJ Ave NW on Thurs 10/4 at 10 am. Interment at St Barnabas Ch, PG Co. Rel & friends are invited to attend. Star 10/2/1888.
6699. "Stones & Bones" Cemetery Records of Prince George's County, MD, Jean A. Sargent, Chair Records, Committee Genealogist, Editor, Prince George's County Genealogical Society, Inc., Bowie, MD 1984, (Anne Arundel County Library Mar 1999), Pg 187 S. T(aylor) Suit Died Oct 1, 1888 aged 56 years .
6700. Author: Darlie Norton, A History of Suitland, MD 1867-1976, Prepared for 1976 Bicentennial, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 7 Col Suit died on Sep 1, 1888, castle still incomplete at the time of his death in Washington, DC in 1888; His obituary appeared on the front page of the Evening Star on the day of his death.
6701. “Descendants of Nathaniel Suit,” 26 Feb 1999; Updated 14 Jul 2018, Gus & Betty Suit Kruelle, Samuel Talor Suit died 1 Oct 1888 in Washington, D.C.
6702. Author: Morris Fradin, “WV Castle Article,” Mystery, History & Romance of a WV Castle, Spring 1970, Chris Dunmore copy Mar 1999, Pg 5 He (Col Suit) died on Sep 1, 1888 at 228 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., at the foot of Capitol Hill in Washington.
6703. Author: Ted F. Shelsby, “Castle Built to Win a Bride,” The Sun Magazine, Baltimore, MD, May 21, 1972, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 37 He (Suit) died in 1888.
6704. Author: Sandra L.H. Gimbert, “Suitland's 'colonel' built 1887 castle for sale in W.VA,” The Journal Friday Home Report, Apr 8, 1988, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg R33 Col Suit died while on business in Washington, DC in 1888, Pg R30 Suit died five years later (after marriage in 1883).
6705. “Suitland Named After Colonel Samuel Taylor Suit, Pioneer Philanthrophist,” The Suitland Sentinel, Vol 1, No. 1, Thursday, June 29, 1967, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 1 Suit died in 1888 at the age of 58.
6706. Author: Margaret K. Fresco, Marriages and Deaths, St Mary's County, MD 1634-1900, Ridge, Md.: M.K. Fresco, c1982., Date Viewed: MD Hall of Records 26 Mar 1999; FHL 13 May 2008; Prince George’s County, MD Liby 13 Jan 2009, Suit, Col S. Taylor, d. at his home in Wash, DC 2 Oct 1888. Beacon 10/4/1888.
6707. Ibid. Pg 462 Deaths, Suit, Col. S Taylor d. at his home in WashDC 2 Oct 1888. Beacon 10/4/1888.
6708. St Barnabas Episcopal Church Cemetary, Location: Oxon Hill, MD, Chris Dunmore, Date Viewed: 9 August 1999 & 3 Aug 2010, Tombstone Inscription: S. T. Suit Died October 1, 1888 Aged 56 Years SUIT.
6709. “Death of Col. S. Taylor Suit,” The Evening Star, Washington, DC, 1 Oct 1888 & 2 Oct 1888, Pg 1 & 5, Microfilm Montgomery County Library, Rockville, MD, Location: Chris Dunmore Copy 24 Mar 2000, Pg 1 Col S. Taylor Suit died this morning at his residence on East Capitol St. Pg 5 On Mon. Morning, Oct 1, 1888, at 1130 o'clock, Col S. TAYLOR SUIT, at his resid.
6710. Author: John Douglas, “Morgan Messenger (Previously Morgan Mercury),” Castle on the Block Again, May 01, 2002, Chris Dunmore copy 13 May 2002, He died in Washington on September 1, 1888, after an illness of four months.
6711. Author: Minor, Louisa H. A., The Meriwethers and their connections: a family record, giving the genealogy of the Meriwethers in America together with biographical notes and sketches, Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell's Sons, 1892, 187 pgs, Location: Heritage Quest; also available on books.google.com 2008, Date Viewed: 21 Feb 2004, Pg 98 Samuel T. d. in Washington in 1888.
6712. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, SuitR Calv JS3 0545-0546 .
6713. Ibid. SuitA PG 17 0441 7 Apr 1904 SamuelT.Suit dec’d .
6714. Author: John Clagett Proctor, “Suit Career was Meteoric,” The Sunday Star, Washington, DC, 5 Sep 1937, Location: Chris Dunmore Copy received from Jackie Smith, Owings, MD 10 Nov 2008, Death 1 Oct .
6715. “S. Taylor Suit Obituary,” NY Times, 2 Oct 1888, Location: http://query.nytimes.com, Date Viewed: 24 Feb 2010.
Col S. Taylor Suit, for the past 25 yrs a resident of Washington, died yesterday of dropsy of the heart. He was born in MD, and after spending his youth in IA and KY, came to this city, where during the war, he became well known as a Wall-street operator. At the close of hostilities he opened the First National Bank of VA at Richmond. Subsequently he went to Washington and had since been connected with real estate & railroad enterprises there.
6716. “DC Deaths & Burials, 1840-1964,” FamilySearch.org, 30 Apr 2010, S. Taylor Suit d: 1 Oct 1888 DC age 56 Batch B00919-9 Film 2135868 Ref cn 63535.
6717. Author: Chronicling America - Library of Congress, “Evening Star, Washington DC, 1854-1972,” 3 Oct 1888, Page 5, Image 5, http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov, Date Viewed: 10 Sep 2013.
The Death Record. Deaths reported to the health office: S. Taylor Suit, 56 years
6718. “1930 Census,” Morgan County, WV, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 15 Feb 2014, TimberRidgeD213 Dwg 91 Fam 99 Soult, Rosa P., 68, Wd, Marr @17.
6719. “The Sun,” ProQuest Historical Newspapers, Pg 1 2 Oct 1888, Date Viewed: Anne Arundel County MD Public Library 10 Jul 2014.
Washington Notes. Col. S. Taylor Suit, well known in Maryland and this District, died this morning at his home, on East Capitol street. He was in politics a leading republican in Prince George’s county, MD, and served in the Maryland Legislature. He was for some time extensively engaged in the liquor business here, was an extensive operator in real estate, and connected with the Washington City and Point Lookout Railroad Company. All his children are grown.
6720. “The Death Record,” Troy NY Daily Times, 5 Oct 1888, Column 5, Location: www.fultonhistory.com, Date Viewed: 11 Aug 2015.
Col. S. Taylor Suit, for the past twenty-five years a resident of Washington, D.C., died Monday of dropsy of the heart. He was born in MD, and after spending his youth in Iowa and Kentucky went to New York, where, during the war, he became well known as a Wall street operator. At the close of hostilities he opened the First national bank of VA in Richmond. Subsequently he went to Washington, and has since been prominently connected with real-estate and railroad enterprises there.
6721. "Stones & Bones" Cemetery Records of Prince George's County, MD, Jean A. Sargent, Chair Records, Committee Genealogist, Editor, Prince George's County Genealogical Society, Inc., Bowie, MD 1984, (Anne Arundel County Library Mar 1999), Pg 187 S. T(aylor) Suit Died St Barnabas Episcopal Church Cemetary, Oxon Hill, MD.
6722. Author: Darlie Norton, A History of Suitland, MD 1867-1976, Prepared for 1976 Bicentennial, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 7 Buried in the graveyard of St Barnabas Chapel, Oxon Hill, MD.
6723. Author: Morris Fradin, “WV Castle Article,” Mystery, History & Romance of a WV Castle, Spring 1970, Chris Dunmore copy Mar 1999, Pg 5 He (Col Suit) was buried in the graveyard of St Barnabas Chapel, Oxon Hill, near his beloved Suitland. His gravestone was carved "Aged 58." But his death certificate was inscribed "56 years, 1 mo, 18 da old".
6724. “Suitland Named After Colonel Samuel Taylor Suit, Pioneer Philanthrophist,” The Suitland Sentinel, Vol 1, No. 1, Thursday, June 29, 1967, Location: Chris Dunmore, He is buried on the cemetery grounds of the St Barnabas Episcopal Church in Oxon Hill.
6725. “Death of Col. S. Taylor Suit,” The Evening Star, Washington, DC, 1 Oct 1888 & 2 Oct 1888, Pg 1 & 5, Microfilm Montgomery County Library, Rockville, MD, Location: Chris Dunmore Copy 24 Mar 2000, 2 Oct 1888 - Funderal from his late residence on Thurs, Oct 4 at 10 o'clock am. Interment at St Barnabas Church, Prince George's Co, MD.
6726. “DC Deaths & Burials, 1840-1964,” FamilySearch.org, 30 Apr 2010, S. Taylor Suit bur 4 Oct 1888 MD Batch B0091909 Film 2135868 Ref cn 63535.
6727. Index to Probate Records, Prince George's Cty, MD 1696-1900, 929.3752, Compiled by the Records Committee, Prince George's County Genealogical Society, Inc c 1988, Date Viewed: Prince George’s County Library, MD Room, 3 Jun 1999 & 19 Jan 2010, Taylor S. Suit, Dated 11 Oct 1888, Book WAJJR1 Pg 550.
6728. “Register of Wills,” http://registers.maryland.gov, 4 Aug 2010, Estate # 0000VCC1-114; Type: RE; Closed; Samuel Taylor Suit; Date of Death: Unknown.
6729. “Index to MD Wills 1698-1978 PG,” FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 10 Aug 2011, Pg 411 Pg 115of290 Date 11 Oct 1888 Suit, (Samuel-penciled in) Taylor S, Admin No: Blank, Gen Registration No: Blank; Will Record WAJJR Bk 1 Fol 550.
6730. “Washington DC Wills & Probate Records,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, 1888-412 Samuel Taylor Suit Will 23 Jan 1888; Witnesses: Wm Dodge, Jas H. Ritchie, S. Alex Pumphrey; 11 Oct 1888 presented to Supreme Court of DC-Jas Ritchie -dead (Wills 26 DC Folio 244.
6731. “Atlantic Reporter,” by West Publishing Company, MD Court of Appeals, 1938, http://books.google.com/books & http://libproxy.law.umich.edu, 6 Jan 2008, v. 33 pt 1 pg 457 See Misc Notes.
6732. Ibid. v. 33 pt 1 pg 457 See Misc Note.
6733. Author: Darlie Norton, A History of Suitland, MD 1867-1976, Prepared for 1976 Bicentennial, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 5 His title, Colonel, was of the honorary Kentucky variety.
6734. “Berkeley Castle Pamphlet,” Berkeley Springs, WV, Location: Chris Dunmore copy, received from Gus & Betty Suit Kruelle, Edgewater, MD Feb 1999, Col Suit fought in the Civil War under Gen Robert E. Lee.
6735. “St Barnabas Church Pamphlet,” Oxon Hill, MD, Location: Chris Dunmore partial copy, received from Gus & Betty Suit Kruelle, Edgewater, MD Feb 1999, The Colonel being the honorary Kentucky variety.
6736. Author: Morris Fradin, “WV Castle Article,” Mystery, History & Romance of a WV Castle, Spring 1970, Chris Dunmore copy Mar 1999, Pg 3 Suit .. sported the honorary title of "Colonel.".
6737. Author: Ted F. Shelsby, “Castle Built to Win a Bride,” The Sun Magazine, Baltimore, MD, May 21, 1972, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 37 in Louisville . piced up the honorary title of "Colonel".
6738. “Suitland Named After Colonel Samuel Taylor Suit, Pioneer Philanthrophist,” The Suitland Sentinel, Vol 1, No. 1, Thursday, June 29, 1967, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 1 Colonel (an honorary title bestowed upon him as result of his whiskey distillery business in Kentucky, Young Taylor Suit, as he preferred to be called..
6739. “The Builders,” Article from Unknown Booklet, pg 2 & 3, Great Aunt Helen Rieley has original copy, Chris Dunmore copy Aug 2003, Taylor Suit, the name he preferred,.
6740. Ibid. Louisville, KY, where he was employed in a brewery and he became a legendary Kentucky Colonel.
6741. Author: John Clagett Proctor, “Suit Career was Meteoric,” The Sunday Star, Washington, DC, 5 Sep 1937, Location: Chris Dunmore Copy received from Jackie Smith, Owings, MD 10 Nov 2008, Taylor Suit.
6742. Author: Prince George’s County Historical Society, “Col Suit - Builder of a Castle .. and a Railroad,” Vol. II No. 5 & 6 May and Jun 1974, www.pghistory.org/newsandnotes, Date Viewed: 20 Aug 2011, (S T Suit) His title “Colonel” was of the honorary KY variety.
6743. Author: Darlie Norton, A History of Suitland, MD 1867-1976, Prepared for 1976 Bicentennial, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 5 errand boy in dry goods store Darius Clagett & Co, Washington, DC, distillery in Louisville, KY; seat on Stock Exchange,.
6744. “1870 Census,” Spaldings District, Forestville, Prince George's County, MD, 4 July 1870, Location: Chris Dunmore copy page, received from Gus & Betty Suit Kruelle, Edgewater, MD, Date Viewed: 26 Feb 1999, Samuel T. Suit, Farmer.
6745. Author: Morris Fradin, “WV Castle Article,” Mystery, History & Romance of a WV Castle, Spring 1970, Chris Dunmore copy Mar 1999, Pg 1 Colonel Samuel Taylor Suit was an affluent whiskey distiller, orchardist, businessman and philanthropist.
6746. Ibid. Pg 3 Young Suit started work as an errand boy in a Washington drygoods store. .
6747. Author: Ted F. Shelsby, “Castle Built to Win a Bride,” The Sun Magazine, Baltimore, MD, May 21, 1972, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 37 Suit, .. was a whisky distiller, orchardist, businessman & politician, at Suitland (the town is reportedly named after the colonel).
6748. “Suitland Named After Colonel Samuel Taylor Suit, Pioneer Philanthrophist,” The Suitland Sentinel, Vol 1, No. 1, Thursday, June 29, 1967, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 1 started work as an errand boy & clerk in the dry goods store of Darius Clagett & Co., in Washington. Pg 1 obtained a seat on he Stock Exchange.
6749. Author: Margaret K. Fresco, Marriages and Deaths, St Mary's County, MD 1634-1900, Ridge, Md.: M.K. Fresco, c1982., Date Viewed: MD Hall of Records 26 Mar 1999; FHL 13 May 2008; Prince George’s County, MD Liby 13 Jan 2009, Connected with the Washington City & Point Lookout Railroad Co. Beacon 10/4/1888.
6750. Ibid. Pg 462 Deaths, Suit, Col. S Taylor He was connected with the Wash City & Pt Lookout Railroad Co.
6751. “Death of Col. S. Taylor Suit,” The Evening Star, Washington, DC, 1 Oct 1888 & 2 Oct 1888, Pg 1 & 5, Microfilm Montgomery County Library, Rockville, MD, Location: Chris Dunmore Copy 24 Mar 2000, Pg 1 .. For some years he was in the liquor business in KY & NY, but more recently he has lived here & became interested in the Washington City & Pt Lookout Railroad.
6752. “LDS Family Search,” http://www.familysearch.org, Various dates, 1880 Census, Spaldings, PG, MD Samuel T. Suit, Farmer.
6753. Author: St Mary's Beacon (Newspaper), “Search Samuel Suit,” http://www.sailor.lib.md.us/cgi-bin/beacon?ichoice...ubj=&query_date=, 20 Mar 2001, Found through MD Library Sailor, v9:19, p2, c1 7 March 1872 Southern MD R. Road News Railroads; Southern MD Railroad; Washington City & Point Lookout Railroad; Suit, S Taylor.
6754. Ibid. v12:31, p2, c5 20 May 1875 Stockholder' Meeting [Washington City & Point Lookout Line] Editorial Railroads; Washington City & Point Lookout Railroad; Suit, S. Taylor;.
6755. Ibid. v15:38, p2, c7 6 June 1878 Distinguished Visitors News Suit, S. Taylor;.
6756. Ibid. v19:9, p3, c1 13 October 1881 New Railroad News Railroads; Cumberland, Washington & New York Railroad; Suit, S. Taylor.
6757. Ibid. v49:407, p2, c1 4 October 1888 [Col. S. Taylor Suit] Editorial Suit, S. Taylor; Washington City & Point Lookout Railroad.
6758. Author: John Douglas, “Morgan Messenger (Previously Morgan Mercury),” Castle on the Block Again, May 01, 2002, Chris Dunmore copy 13 May 2002, Suit became active in Republican politics, served in the Maryland Senate &continued to invest in businesses, including hotels & railroads in the Washington area.
6759. “1880 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Jan 2003, District 126 Spaulding(38of38) Dwg 309 Fam 327 Suit, Samuel T., Farmer.
6760. “The Builders,” Article from Unknown Booklet, pg 2 & 3, Great Aunt Helen Rieley has original copy, Chris Dunmore copy Aug 2003, See Misc Notes.
6761. “1880 Census,” Prince George’s County, MD, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 3 Jul 2005, 1880MDPGSpldg142B Dwg 309 Fam 327 Suit, Samuel T., Farmer.
6762. Author: John Clagett Proctor, “Suit Career was Meteoric,” The Sunday Star, Washington, DC, 5 Sep 1937, Location: Chris Dunmore Copy received from Jackie Smith, Owings, MD 10 Nov 2008, errand boy dry goods store Darius Clagett; worked in distillery; seat on the Stock Exchange.
6763. Author: Darlie Norton, A History of Suitland, MD 1867-1976, Prepared for 1976 Bicentennial, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 7 MD State Senator 1873-1877, Pg 8 Horace Crosier looked after Col Suit's saw mill & later looked after his stock breeding and virtually became manager of the Suit estate before 1872.
6764. Author: Ted F. Shelsby, “Castle Built to Win a Bride,” The Sun Magazine, Baltimore, MD, May 21, 1972, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 37 eventually served a term as a state senator.
6765. Author: Sandra L.H. Gimbert, “Suitland's 'colonel' built 1887 castle for sale in W.VA,” The Journal Friday Home Report, Apr 8, 1988, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg R33 headed county's Republican party in 1873 & MD State senator 1873-1877.
6766. Archives of MD New Series I - A Historical List of Public Officials of MD, Governors, Legislators, & Other Principal Officers of Government 1632-1990 Vol 1, Edward C. Papenfuse, MD State Archives, Annapolis, 1990, Location: Prince George's County Library, MD Room, Hyattsville, MD (317.52), Date Viewed: 19 Oct 1999, Pg 77 Suit, S. Taylor (R), Senate Prince George's Co. 1874, 1876; Senate, Special Session Prince George's Co. Apr 1876.
6767. “Death of Col. S. Taylor Suit,” The Evening Star, Washington, DC, 1 Oct 1888 & 2 Oct 1888, Pg 1 & 5, Microfilm Montgomery County Library, Rockville, MD, Location: Chris Dunmore Copy 24 Mar 2000, Pg 1 He was a republican & served as a member of the MD legislature some years since.
6768. Author: St Mary's Beacon (Newspaper), “Search Samuel Suit,” http://www.sailor.lib.md.us/cgi-bin/beacon?ichoice...ubj=&query_date=, 20 Mar 2001, Found through MD Library Sailor, v19:42, p3, c1 15 June 1882 A New Candidate Editorial Elections - Congressional; Suit, S. Taylor.
6769. Ibid. v20:11, p3, c2 15 November 1882 [16 November 1882] Party Treason Editorial Suit, S. Taylor; Prince Georg's County - Politics.
6770. Author: John Douglas, “Morgan Messenger (Previously Morgan Mercury),” Castle on the Block Again, May 01, 2002, Chris Dunmore copy 13 May 2002, Suit became active in Republican politics, served in the MD Senate & continued to invest in businesses, including hotels & railroads in the Washington area.
6771. “The Builders,” Article from Unknown Booklet, pg 2 & 3, Great Aunt Helen Rieley has original copy, Chris Dunmore copy Aug 2003, He was also active in Republican politics & served in the MD Senate. He owned the Spa Springs Hotel in Bladensburg, was president of Anacostia Wharf & Docking Company, Pres. of the Washington &Chesapeake Railroad,&the Washington&Point Lookout RR.
6772. “1870 Census,” Prince George’s County, MD, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 11 May 2004, 1870MDPGSpaulding14B/178 Dwg 104 Fam 101 Suit, Samuel T., Farmer.
6773. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, BGS4 0582 Washington City & Pt Lookout RR Co. organized 24 Feb 1872 under the provisions of an Act of the General Assembly of MD; Samuel T. Suit Pres. 20 Nov 1880.
6774. “Washington Post,” ProQuest Historical Newspapers, 3 Mar 1881 p. 2, Date Viewed: 13 Nov 2008.
Southern MD Railroad. A Card from the President...S. T. Suit, President of the Washington City and Point Lookout Railroad Company
6775. “Washington Post,” ProQuest Historical Newspapers, 15 Mar 1881 p. 3, Date Viewed: 13 Nov 2008.
Facts Relative to the Southern MD Railroad Company... Washington City & Point Lookout Railroad Company
6776. Author: MD State Archives, “Sessions and Laws 1889 p.345,” www.msa.md.gov/, 19 Sep 2008, Commissioners of Chesapeake Beach, elected first Monday in May 1887-May 1888: F. W. Hutchins, S. T. Suit, & Horace Crosier.
6777. “DC Deaths & Burials, 1840-1964,” FamilySearch.org, 30 Apr 2010, S. Taylor Suit Occ: Merchant & Manufacturer.
6778. “DC Deaths & Burials, 1874-1959,” FamilySearch.org, 7 Oct 2011, S Taylor Suit; Occ: Merchant&Manufacturer; Frame: 1572; Ref: cn63535; Film 2135868 Folder 004024885 Image 1570.
6779. Author: Morris Fradin, “WV Castle Article,” Mystery, History & Romance of a WV Castle, Spring 1970, Chris Dunmore copy Mar 1999, Pg 3 While still in his teens, the ambitious lad, refused a college education by his father, left home.
6780. Author: Ted F. Shelsby, “Castle Built to Win a Bride,” The Sun Magazine, Baltimore, MD, May 21, 1972, Location: Chris Dunmore, Pg 37 He refused a college education offered by his father.
6781. “Samuel Taylor Suit Will,” No. 3246 D14 District of Columbia, Filed Oct 4, 1888, Dorsey Clagett, Register of Wills, Chris Dunmore copy, received from Gus and Betty Suit Kruelle, 26 Feb 1999, Left money to St Barnabas Episcopal Church, Oxon Hill, MD.
Witnesses - Wm Dodge, Oct 12/88 (believe dates written when will probated) Jas H. Ritchie, dead; S. Alex. Pumphrey Oct 11/88
6782. Author: Shirley V. & George E. Baltz, Prince George's County, MD Marriages & Deaths in 19th Century Newspapers, Heritage Books Published 1995, Vol 2 K-Z, Date Viewed: MD Hall of Records 26 Mar 1999; Prince George’s County Library 13 Jan 2009.
6783. “Samuel Taylor Suit Will,” No. 3246 D14 District of Columbia, Filed Oct 4, 1888, Dorsey Clagett, Register of Wills, Chris Dunmore copy, received from Gus and Betty Suit Kruelle, 26 Feb 1999.
Witnesses - Wm Dodge, Oct 12/88 (believe dates written when will probated) Jas H. Ritchie, dead; S. Alex. Pumphrey Oct 11/88
6784. “Samuel Taylor Suit Will,” MD State Archives Microfilm CR 20 Section 2, Pgs 550-554, Prince George’s County Register of Wills 1872-1891, Location: 8 Jun 2010 (Hard copy and Electronic Scanned copy).
6785. “MD Register of Wills Books 1629-1999 Calvert,” FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 27 Jul 2015.
6786. Author: Family Search, “WV Will Books 1756-1971,” familysearch.org, 5 May 2014.
6787. “St Barnabas Church Pamphlet,” Oxon Hill, MD, Location: Chris Dunmore partial copy, received from Gus & Betty Suit Kruelle, Edgewater, MD Feb 1999.
6788. Author: Edna A. Kanely, Directory of Maryland Church Records, The Genealogical Council of Maryland, Family Line Publications, Silver Spring, MD , 1987, Location: LDS FH Center, Columbia 23 Feb 2009 (Notebook).
6789. “Castle,” Washington Star Pictorial Magazine, 6 Jul 1952, Location: copy Chris Dunmore Mar 1999.
6790. Author: Morris Fradin, “WV Castle Article,” Mystery, History & Romance of a WV Castle, Spring 1970, Chris Dunmore copy Mar 1999.
6791. “Suitland Named After Colonel Samuel Taylor Suit, Pioneer Philanthrophist,” The Suitland Sentinel, Vol 1, No. 1, Thursday, June 29, 1967, Location: Chris Dunmore.
6792. Author: MD State Archives, “Journal of Proceedings,” www.msa.md.gov/, 19 Sep 2008.
6793. “Chicago Tribune 1870-77, Allen County Public Library, State: IL,” www.Footnote.com, 13 Oct 2008.
6794. “San Francisco Chronicle, Allen County Public Library, State: CA,” www.Footnote.com, 13 Oct 2008.
6795. “U.S. Passport Applications 1795-1925,” Ancestry Plus, Anne Arundel County, MD Public Library, 3 Mar 2009 (Available FamilySearch.org 3/7/2017).
6796. “U.S. Passport Applications 1795-1925,” FamilySearch.org, 1 Jan 2018.
6797. Author: Hamil Kenny, The Placenames of Maryland, Their Origin and Meaning, Museum and Library of MD History, MD Historical Society, 1984, Location: LDS FHCenter Columbia 23 Feb 2009 (Notebook).
6798. “The Sun,” ProQuest Historical Newspapers, Pg 4 27 Dec 1888, Date Viewed: Anne Arundel County MD Public Library 13 Jul 2013.
Reported for the Baltimore Sun; Proceedings of the Courts. US Circuit Court - Judge Bond. The First National Bank of Richmond vs Samuel Taylor Suit, before reported; verdict for defendant
6799. “U.S. City Directories 1821-1989,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: Ancestry Library Edition Anne Arundel County MD Library 15 Jan 2014; Also avail Heritage Quest 5 Dec 2015.
6800. “Special Collections (Topic File), MSA 1456-1027 0/10/7/71 Suit, Samuel Taylor,” Date Viewed: MD State Archives 8 Jun 2010.
6801. “Special Collections (Biographical File, Legislative History Project Collection), MSA SC 1138-1752 2/11/11/24 Suit, Samuel Taylor,” Date Viewed: MD State Archives 8 Jun 2010.
6802. The Bankers Magazine and Statistical Register, I. Smith Homans, New York, Volume 19 from Jul 1864 to Jun 1865, Location: books.google.com 16 Oct 2010.
6803. The Weekly Statement Issued by The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, Richard A. McCurdy, President, Feb 15, 1888-Aug 8, 1888, New York, 1888, Mutual Interests Volume 6 & 7, Location: books.google.com 16 Oct 2010.
6804. Author: Chronicling America - Library of Congress, “National Republican, Washington DC, 1872-1888,” 14 Apr 1881, Image 4, http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov, Date Viewed: 13 Nov 2011.
The District Commissioners have sent a communication to Colonel Taylor Suit, president of the Washington City and Point Lookout Railroad, in relation to the locating of a union depot, similar to those sent to the presidents of other railroad companies.
6805. Author: Chronicling America - Library of Congress, “The Evening Critic, Washington DC, 1881-1885,” 28 Mar 1883, Image 4, http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov, Date Viewed: 13 Nov 2011.
Washington & Chesapeake Road. Col S. Taylor Suit, who was in Baltimore yesterday, was enthusiastic over the progress of the Washington & Chesapeake Railroad enterprise. He said men are at work night and day, and the rights of way have all been secured from Fishing Creek to Plum Point When finished passengers from Baltimore via the Baltimore & Ohio or Baltimore & Potomac and the new road can reach Chesapeake Beach in an hour and a-half, and Washington people can get to that new resort in 45 minutes. Col Suit considers the Southern MD Railroad enterprise to be practically dead, at least at the present time, and the Washington & Point Lookout Road in not much better condition. He said that after the expenditure of $400,000 he is prepared to abandon them, so far as he is concerned.
6806. Author: Chronicling America - Library of Congress, “The Washington Critic, Washington, DC, 1885-1888,” 16 Dec 1886, Image 4, http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov, Date Viewed: 13 Nov 2011.
What the People Favor. There was unanimity of opinion among the gentlemen at last night’s meeting that another method of selecting a committee should be adopted. In questioning them on what plan would be the most satisfactory, they said that each section of the city should be allowed to hold a meeting to select its representative men, and that these should be sent to represent the interests of their respective localities, and that the committee of 100 should be selected from among them. There was considerable feeling against the alleged attempt to ignore the southern and eastern sections in the selection of last week’s committee.
“We don’t want such a committee, and we won’t have it, and if it is necessary we will fight,” said S. Taylor Suit this morning. “I own as much land in and about Washington as any five of them.” he continued, heating up a little. “I’ve had a score of the solid citizens of Washington to come to me and protest against the way in which that committee was selected,” he continued. “We don’t want ninety-seven men out of a hundred from one section. The very idea of issuing a call one day and holding a meeting the next to select a committee, is absurd. If they give us sufficient time we may get a committee that will be a credit to the object for which it is selected.” He stated that a committee had been appointed to wait on Mr. W. W. Corcoran to ascertain whether he had authorized his name to be used at the last week’s meeting.
6807. Author: Chronicling America - Library of Congress, “The Washington Critic, Washington, DC, 1885-1888,” 21 Jan 1886, Image 3, http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov, Date Viewed: 13 Nov 2011.
A Suburban Street Railway. The Commissioners have received a letter from Colonel S. Taylor Suit, in which he states that it is the desire of himself and other gentlemen to establish a suburban passenger railroad, beginning at the junction of H Street northeast with MD avenue and Boundary street, thence running along the Bladensburg road to the District line, and before asking Congress to charter the road they desire to know if there is any objection on the part of the Commissioners. It is propose to use horse or other motive power, excepting steam.
6808. “Samuel Taylor Suit Bourbon Broadside, abt 1872,” http://americanenterprise.si.edu/portfolio/3112/gallery/march-ad-month/ , Date Viewed: 5 Jan 2013.
6809. “The Sun,” ProQuest Historical Newspapers, Pg 1 25 Nov 1872, Date Viewed: Anne Arundel County MD Public Library 13 Jul 2013.
Responsibility of Dormant Partners. - In the US Circuit Court, before Judges Bond and Giles, in the case of the First National Bank of VA against Samuel Taylor Suit, which was on trial for 3 days, the jury on Sat rendered a verdict for defendant. This case involved an interesting question of the responsibility of dormant partners. Samuel T. Suit, the defendant, lent $5000 to George W. Ely to enable him to go into the banking business in NY as partner in the firm of Boteler & Ely - the money to be returned in one year, and Ely to give Suit one-half of his share of the profits. - Plaintiff alleged also that Suit held himself out as a partner in the said firm, which defendant denied. The court ruled that defendant, Suit, could not be held liable for the debts of the firm on the contract with one member of it, that being an individual loan, and not to the partnership, and the share of profits being only half of Ely’s, which he had a right to dispose of as he pleased; but that if defendant represented himself to plaintiff as a partner in such a way that plaintiff dealt with said firm on the credit of his responsibility, then he was liable. This question of fact went to a jury, and their verdict was rendered for defendant.
6810. “Union Citizens File,” Fold3.com, Date Viewed: 18 Apr 2015.
6811. “Southern Items,” Troy NY Daily Times, 24 Jul 1865, Column 4, Location: www.fultonhistory.com, Date Viewed: 11 Aug 2015.
S. T. Suit, President of the National Bank of VA, at Richmond, has addressed a communication to the President, requesting him to suspend legal proceedings for the confiscation in that State of the property of rebels until the question of pardon in individual cases can be determined. What the President’s action in the matter will be is not yet publicly known.
6812. “Large Building Destroyed,” Syracuse NY Daily Courier, 15 Aug 1872, Column 4, Location: www.fultonhistory.com, Date Viewed: 11 Aug 2015.
The new building of S. T. Suit & Co, whiskey dealers was blown down, the walls (crushing?) in an adjoining house owned by Mr. Giles, and counting a loss of fully $50,000. (very hard to read
6813. “The President’s Friends. Henry D. Cooke in a Million Dollar Steal.,” The Sun, New York, NY, 23 Sep 1873, Location: www.fultonhistory.com, Date Viewed: 11 Aug 2015.
Scandalous Robbery of the Citizens of Washington - The Way a Congressional Investigation was Squelched - Was not Hon. Henry L. Dawes a Partner in this Bold and Atrocious Fraud!
… conspiracy by which the citizens of Washington were robbed of a square of ground worth at least a million dollars by Henry D. Cooke, Boss Shepherd, & others. This ground was reserved for a public market place when the land for the city of Washington was originally conveyed to the Commissioners appointed by Pres. Washington, and was always recognized as city property. In1870, however, Congress was induced to pass a bill incorporating the Washington Market Company, and giving to that corporation the Market square for the term of ninety-nine years at a nominal rent….
A more scandalous job than this has seldom passed through the Congressional mill; but what makes it particularly deserving of attention is, that a qarrel (sic) among the original conspirators has led to some curious developments, which require an immediate explanation from the Hon. Henry L. Dawes. One of the most prominent projectors of this job was Mr. Edward R. Tinker of North Adams, MA, a gentleman long known in Washington and elsewhere as the next friend of the MA Congressman….
The man who was left out in the cold. And now comes the pith of my story. S. T. Suit, the brother-in-law of Tinker [Tinker is actually S. T. Suit’s wife’s Uncle] was “froze out” in the new arrangement which was made as above stated. He was not disposed to quietly submit to what he deemed a great wrong. He therefore commenced proceedings in the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia against Tinker and the Washington Market Company….
6814. “Bristow’s Enemies. The Fullest Exoneration. An Expression our Barney uses toward Bristol.,” Chicago Ill Tribune, 21 Apr 1876, Column 4, Location: www.fultonhistory.com, Date Viewed: 11 Aug 2015.
Washington, DC, Apr 20 - The Inter-Ocean publishes a story about Secretary Bristol and S. T. Suit, a MD State Senator, and a gentleman of wealth and position, which the Inter-Ocean appears to wish to have true, and which charges a dishonorable act upon Bristol. Ben Bristol has denied it, and challenges his accusers in the spirited note of last night, and the Caulfield Committee has been forced, in justice, to write him a letter stating that the charges were disproved, and now Suit himself publishes the following card:
To the Public: My name has been mentioned in connection with an alleged payment to the Hon. B. H. Bristol, Secretary of the Treasury, of $40,000, an inducement to him to resign his position as US District Attorney for KY, and to release my distillery. I wish to say that I have not lived in KY since 1861; that I have not owned or had anything to do with distilleries in that state, or anywhere else, for the last twenty years; that I never paid Mr. Barstow, either directly or indirectly, one sent in all my life for any purpose whatever, and that no one has for me; that he has never acted as my attorney on any matter whatever. I am utterly at a loss to account for the base and baseless slander which connects my name with his. Although my attention was called to it by the Washington correspondent of the Inter-Ocean some time last summer or fall, I then denounced the whole story without regard to its origin as utterly false, wart and woof, and without the slightest foundation in fact. This denial I most emphatically repeat to-day, and challenge all proof to the contrary. Washington, DC, Apr 19, 1876. S. T. Suit
He would be a brave man to have the courage to charge S. T. Suit with falsehood. It is not difficult to trace the origin of these stories, or to discover to whom the Caulfield Committee is lending itself. The Whisky Ring will have to try again.
6815. “Current Topics,” Rochester NY Democrat and Chronicle, 26 Oct 1876, Column 4, Location: www.fultonhistory.com, Date Viewed: 11 Aug 2015.
Colonel S. Taylor Suit of MD is organizing another centennial tournament, to be held on election day, and “to be open to every race, color, creed, or geography.” Very good, colonel; but in view of the fact that people want to vote that’s a Taylor Suit that won’t fit.
6816. “The Capital. The Destruction of Suitland From Our Own Correspondent,” Chicago Ill Tribune, 5 Nov 1876, Pg 9, column 3, Location: www.fultonhistory.com, Date Viewed: 11 Aug 2015.
Washington, DC, Nov 2 - Col S. Taylor Suit has incurred a very great loss, and the country about Washington has been deprived of one of its finest suburban residences, in the destruction by an incendiary fire of the fine house at Suitland. Few persons who visit Washington know of the existence of the Town of Suitland. It is a small rural hamlet, situated upon the MD plateau, overlooking the Upper Potomac country and the Anacostia, about two miles and a half east of the Navy-Yard. It is but one mile beyond the District line. It comprises about 3000 acres of land, and is populated by some 300 souls. The little hamlet is named after the plantation of Mr. Suit, which, indeed constitutes nearly all of the place. Mr. Suit, whose name is known to the drinkers of Kentucky whisky, has for a long time lived at this suburban retreat near Washington, leading the life of an English landed Baron. His farm contained large orchards, fine grain fields, costly hot-houses, and a stock of blood and breed that would be the envy of any KY gentleman. His orchard is five miles in circumference, containing every variety of fruit that can be raised in this region. In his vineyard there are 50,000 vines, with an average annual crop of 300 tons. Attached to the farm is a hunting-park, two miles in circumference, with fine oaks and cypress groves, in which deer, elk, and all sorts of rare animals are found. One hundred hands are required annually to gather the fruit crop. The ordinary yield of tobacco is 100 hogsheads. The plantation is worked by about 100 negroes, mostly from the lower counties of MD. They are all provided with neat and comfortable houses. During the negotiation of the treaty with England, Earl De Grey and Sir Stafford Northcote were frequent visitors at this country seat. The residence itself, which was destroyed, cost about $50,000, and was filled with the choicest gems of art. Mr. Suit has been a Republican in politic, and has, consequently, been as much of an anomaly in his political opinions as his fine estate has been exceptional in the somewhat barren MD plains. Ne clew to the incendiary has yet been found, but there are reasons to suspect that this great calamity is in some way attributable to political dissensions.
6817. “Financial. Southern MD R.R. Again,” The Philadelphia Inquirer, 11 Mar 1881, Pg 5, Column 5, Location: www.fultonhistory.com, Date Viewed: 11 Aug 2015.
Washington, D.C., 4 Mar 1881. J.H. Linville, Esq., President Southern MD Railroad, Phila, PA:
Sir: I observe that a letter bearing your signature, dated Philadelphia, Mar 1st, to Messrs A. W. Dimock & Co, of NY, charges that certain statements made by me in a letter to said firm, dated Washington, Feb 25th, are untrue. I now reiterate the fact that a judgement of $30,000 agt. the Southern MD Railroad is held by the Company of which I am President as will appear by an examination of the Records of St Mary’s County Court, No. 85 Trials, Sept. Term, 1878, a certified copy of which I herewith transmit to you.
I also stated that we held the obligations of the Southern MD RR Co in notes to a large amount. This allegation you substantially admit.
I did not say there were judgments against you to the amount of a quarter of a million dollars. Your denial is therefore disingenuous.
I did say, “Its other debts, many being in the form of judgments, are estimated to amount to considerably over a quarter of million dollars,” and I will give you sufficient data for the assertion.
The Southern MD RR Co owes the State of MD $163,000 and interest from 1873, for amount of money paid to said company by the State under false representations, and the Attorney-General of the State filed this claim as a debt due to the State as will appear by the proceedings in the suit for the appointment of a receiver brought by the creditors of said road in Prince George’s county; this, with interest, amounts now to about $240,000. There were other claims represented by counsel which amounted to $175,000. There is also a judgment in the Superior Court of Baltimore City in favor of Starr & Ridenour, amounting to about $8000.
There are also other debts owing by-your company to parties in the various counties which your alleged proposed railroad traverses.
I inclose an extract from a letter from Hon. George D. Mudd, ex-State Senator from Charles county, as to his knowledge of it in his own and adjoining counties.
I also beg to call your attention to the report of the investigating committee of the General Assembly of MD, of the session of 1876, contained in the journal of the Senate. Referring to the reports filed therein you will see that, according to the testimony of Mr. Smoot, the president of the Southern MD Railroad Company that, “in addition to an indebtedness in bills payable of over $75,000, and numerous other claimants not so secured, bonds of the company to the amount of $2,200,000 have been issued, and a large amount have been floated;” and, further, that the investigating committee recommended, “that the Attorney-General of the State take legal proceedings as may be necessary to secure the proper application of the money subscribed to the stock of said company and the interest of the state in said company.”
And a minority report filed therein even recommended “that the testimony and papers in the case be referred to the grand jury of the Criminal Court of Baltimore City.” These same records contain many pages of instructive reading of similar tenor.
And further, there are two mortgages to the Central Trust Company of NY on record dated Jan 1, 1881, one for $1,600,000, the other for $500,000. Now, then, with these two mortgages and the $2,200,000 of bonds referred to in your former president’s testimony, and the other amounts owing by your company, what will be the indebtedness per mile of your proposed road?
Nearly every Congress for the past thirteen years, including the last has refused your application to enter the city of Washington or even the District of Columbia.
I do not care here to indulge in personalities, but to refer you to facts, all susceptible of proof and matters of record accessible to the public.
Respectfully, S. T. Suit
[Extract of letter of Hon. George D. Mudd, ex-State Senator of MD]
Dear Sir: The name of the Southern MD Railroad Company in this section is synonymous with fraud and rascality. Our people have been robbed and hated by the officers and contractors of the company, and I can give you ample proof thereof.
As chairman of the committee of th Senate of MD which investigated the affairs of the company, in connection with its obtaining $163,000 from the State by fraud, the evidence showed conclusively to my mind the fraudulent manner in which the money referred to was obtained, and the papers ought to have been sent to the proper grand jury and the swindlers properly punished.
The matter will again be brought before the next Legislature for further action in the premises. George D. Mudd
6818. Author: J. Frank Lewis & Co of Baltimore - hosted by New River Valley Historical Notes, “1878 Prince George’s County, MD Directory,” http://www.ls.net/~newriver/md/pg1878.htm, 31 Oct 2005, New as of Jan 2006: http://www.newrivernotes.com/md/md1878.htm.
6819. “Register of Wills,” http://registers.maryland.gov, 4 Aug 2010.
6820. “KY Deaths and Burials 1843-1970,” FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 13 May 2015.
6821. “NY, Passenger Lists, 1820-1891,” FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 13 May 2015.
6822. Author: Morris Fradin, “WV Castle Article,” Mystery, History & Romance of a WV Castle, Spring 1970, Chris Dunmore copy Mar 1999, They (Samuel Taylor Suit & Rosa Pelham) were married in the City of Washington, on Sep 4 1883.
6823. Author: John Douglas, “Morgan Messenger (Previously Morgan Mercury),” Castle on the Block Again, May 01, 2002, Chris Dunmore copy 13 May 2002, Construction on the dream house began in the fall of 1885, two years after Taylor, 51, and Rosa, 22, were married.
6824. “The Builders,” Article from Unknown Booklet, pg 2 & 3, Great Aunt Helen Rieley has original copy, Chris Dunmore copy Aug 2003, Congressman and Mrs. Pelham accompanied by their teenage daughter Rosa attended a party at the Suit mansion, where a mutual admiration was sparked between Rosa & the host.
6825. Ibid. The ministers return shows that John A. Graves, minister of Protestant Episcopal Church, united them in marriage Sep 4, 1883 in a house at 406 Sixth Street NW.
6826. Author: John Clagett Proctor, “Suit Career was Meteoric,” The Sunday Star, Washington, DC, 5 Sep 1937, Location: Chris Dunmore Copy received from Jackie Smith, Owings, MD 10 Nov 2008, marr to d/o Charles Pelham.
6827. “DC Marriages, 1811-1950,” FamilySearch.org, 23 Apr 2011, S. Taylor Suit of Suitland MD to M Rosa Pelham of Alabama; 4 Sep 1883; John A. Graves, P. E. Church, at house, 406 Sixth St NW.
6828. Author: Chronicling America - Library of Congress, “National Republican, Washington DC, 1872-1888,” 5 Sep 1883, Page 8, Image 8, http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov, Date Viewed: 13 Nov 2011, Listed in National Republican 5 Sep 1883.
Marriage Licenses: S. Taylor Suit, of Suitland, MD & M. Rosa Pelham, of Alabama
6829. “1930 Census,” Morgan County, WV, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 15 Feb 2014, TimberRidgeD213 Dwg 91 Fam 99 Soult, Rosa P., 68, Wd, Marr @17 (sic - should have been 22?).
6830. “Alvon United Methodist Church Cemetary, Alvon, WV US Rt 92,” Date Viewed: 17 Oct 1998 & 23 Sep 2000, Chris Dunmore, Tombstone Inscription: James Edgar Pinnell Sep 19, 1866 - June 23, 1926.
6831. “1900 Census,” Greenbrier County, WV, Gif file of actual Census, Location: www.rootsweb.com/~genweb/wv/greenbrier/census/1900/, Date Viewed: 26 Oct 1999, /24-05a.gif ED 24? Pg 5 Anthony Creek Township, Greenbrier Co, WV, 14 Jun 1900 Ln 37 Dwg 84 Fam 85 Pinnell, Edgar J., Son, 33 yrs W, M, B: Sep 1866, Single WV Father POB WV, Mother POB WV, Day Laborer.
6832. “1910 Census,” Greenbrier County, WV, Gif file of actual Census, Location: www.rootsweb.com/~genweb/wv/greenbrier/census/1910/ , Date Viewed: 29 Oct 1999, /28-13a.gif ED 28 Sht 15 Anthony Creek District, Greenbrier Co, WV, 5 May 1910 Ln 8 Dwg 188 Fam 196 Pinnell, James E., Head, W, M, B: WV 45 yrs, Single, Father POB WV, Mother POB WV, Farmer, Gen Farm, Owns, Farm, Farm Sch 150.
6833. “1920 Census,” Greenbrier County, WV, Gif file of actual Census, Location: www.rootsweb.com/~genweb/wv/greenbrier/census/1920/ , Date Viewed: 21 Feb 2000, /44-04a.gif ED 44 Sht 4A Anthony Creek District, Greenbrier Co, WV, 13 Jan 1920 Ln 32 Dwg 64 Fam 64 Pinnell, Edgar J., Head, Home owned, Free, W, M, B: WV 53 yrs, ?, Cannot Read/Write, Father POB WV, Mother POB WV, ?, Gen Farm, Farm Sch 44.
6834. “Interview Marvin "Huck" Nicely & Lucille Hill,” 17 Oct1998, Chris Dunmore, Morris Hill,VA, Edgar.
6835. “Alvon United Methodist Church Cemetary, Alvon, WV US Rt 92,” Date Viewed: 17 Oct 1998 & 23 Sep 2000, Chris Dunmore, Tombstone Inscription: John Thomas Pinnell June 5, 1873 - Oct 16, 1951.
6836. “1930 Census,” Greenbrier County, VA, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Oct 2002, Anthony Creek 2B(4of22) Dwg 37 Fam 38 Pinnell John T., Head, Own, W M 56, Marr at 24, No School, Yes Read/Write, B:WV, Father B: WV.
6837. “1900 Census,” Greenbrier County, WV, Gif file of actual Census, Location: www.rootsweb.com/~genweb/wv/greenbrier/census/1900/, Date Viewed: 26 Oct 1999, /24-05a.gif ED 24? Pg 5 Anthony Creek Township, Greenbrier Co, WV, 14 Jun 1900 Ln 39 Dwg 84 Fam 85 Pinnell, John T., Son, 26 yrs W, M, B: Jun 1873, WV, Single, Father POB WV, Mother POB WV, Day Laborer.
6838. “1930 Census,” Greenbrier County, VA, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Oct 2002, Anthony Creek 2B(4of22) Dwg 37 Fam 38 Pinnell, Minnie M., Wife, W F 38, Marr at 27, No School, Yes Read/Write, B:WV, Father B: WV.
6839. “Alvon United Methodist Church Cemetary, Alvon, WV US Rt 92,” Date Viewed: 17 Oct 1998 & 23 Sep 2000, Chris Dunmore, Tombstone Inscription: Tressie Pinnell Spinks (Twin of Trilbie) July 12, 1907 - June 4, 1976.
6840. “1930 Census,” Greenbrier County, VA, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Oct 2002, Anthony Creek 2B(4of22) Dwg 37 Fam 38 Pinnell, Tressie, Dau, W F 22, Single, No School, Yes Read/Write, B:WV, Father B: WV.
6841. “Alvon United Methodist Church Cemetary, Alvon, WV US Rt 92,” Date Viewed: 17 Oct 1998 & 23 Sep 2000, Chris Dunmore, Tombstone Inscription: Orion Starling Spinks June 16, 1910 - Feb 20, 1982.
6842. Ibid. Tombstone Inscription: Orion Starling Spinks June 16, 1910 - Feb 20, 198.
6843. Author: Leona Cryer, Deaths and Burials in St Mary's County, MD, Heritage Books, Inc. 1995, 929.5 C, Location: Prince George's Library, Hyattsville, MD; Enoch Pratt Library, Baltimore, MD; Family History Library, Date Viewed: 7 Oct 1999 & 21 Apr 2006 & 13 May 2008, Sacred Heart Roman Cath, Bushwood, MD: Pg 129 Goode, Maude V. b: Nov 14, 1922 d: Dec 13, 1992 m: 6 Jan 1941 Joseph Clyde Vallandingham d/o Walter B. & Mary Jane Hill Goode.
6844. “1930 Census,” St Mary's County, MD, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Feb 2003, 7 ED, Bay, 11 District 14B(28of41) Dwg 247 Fam 310 Goode, Mariah? V., Dau, F W 7, Single, Yes School, B: MD, Father B: MD, Mother B: MD, None.
6845. Author: James Bowles jim.bowles[at]comcast.net, “Bowles Family Genealogy Last Modified 6 Jun 2009,” http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...58&id=I582553348, 21 Mar 2005; 28 Jun 2009, Update Jun 2009 Mary Jane Hill + Walter Benjamin Goode Sr ch: Maude V. Goode + Joseph Clyde Vallandingham Sr.
6846. “1940 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 11 Apr 2012, 7EDDynard19-13Milestown32of57 House 420, Goode, Maude, Dau, F W 17, Single.
6847. “Goode (Good) Genealogy Descendants of Roswell Good of Charles County, MD dtd 11 Jul 2015,” Sonia Seaton Metelsky, Received 3 Jun 2017 E-Mail, j. Walter Benjamin Goode (abdj) & Mary Jane Hill ch: d. Maude V. Goode (abdjad) Marr: 6 Jan 1941 Joseph Clyde Vallandingham.
6848. Author: James Bowles jim.bowles[at]comcast.net, “Bowles Family Genealogy Last Modified 6 Jun 2009,” http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...58&id=I582553348, 21 Mar 2005; 28 Jun 2009, Update Jun 2009 Maude V. Goode b: 14 Nov 1922.
6849. “1940 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 11 Apr 2012, 7EDDynard19-13Milestown32of57 House 420, Goode, Maude, Dau, F W 17 b: MD.
6850. “Goode (Good) Genealogy Descendants of Roswell Good of Charles County, MD dtd 11 Jul 2015,” Sonia Seaton Metelsky, Received 3 Jun 2017 E-Mail, d. Maude V. Goode (abdjad) b: 14 Nov 1922.
6851. “1940 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 11 Apr 2012, 7EDDynard19-13Milestown32of57 House 420, Goode, Maude, Dau, F W 17, Single, YesSch, GrH3, b: MD, Res: Same House, No Work, No Emerg, Not Seeking, No Job, School, 0 wks, $0, No.
6852. Author: James Bowles jim.bowles[at]comcast.net, “Bowles Family Genealogy Last Modified 6 Jun 2009,” http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...58&id=I582553348, 21 Mar 2005; 28 Jun 2009, Update Jun 2009 Maude V. Goode d: 13 Dec 1992.
6853. “Goode (Good) Genealogy Descendants of Roswell Good of Charles County, MD dtd 11 Jul 2015,” Sonia Seaton Metelsky, Received 3 Jun 2017 E-Mail, d. Maude V. Goode (abdjad) d: 13 Dec 1992 .
6854. Ibid. j. Walter Benjamin Goode (abdj) & Mary Jane Hill ch: d. Maude V. Goode (abdjad) d: 13 Dec 1992 Sacred Heart Catholic Cem.
6855. “St Mary’s Today,” http://www.stmarystoday.com/julia.htm, 31 Oct 2005.
6856. “Goode (Good) Genealogy Descendants of Roswell Good of Charles County, MD dtd 11 Jul 2015,” Sonia Seaton Metelsky, Received 3 Jun 2017 E-Mail, d. Maude V. Goode (abdjad) Marr: 6 Jan 1941 Joseph Clyde Vallandingham.
6857. Author: James Bowles jim.bowles[at]comcast.net, “Bowles Family Genealogy Last Modified 6 Jun 2009,” http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...58&id=I582553348, 21 Mar 2005; 28 Jun 2009, Update Jun 2009 Joseph Clyde Vallandingham Sr. b: 31 May 1911.
6858. “Goode (Good) Genealogy Descendants of Roswell Good of Charles County, MD dtd 11 Jul 2015,” Sonia Seaton Metelsky, Received 3 Jun 2017 E-Mail, Joseph Clyde Vallandingham b: 1911.
6859. Author: James Bowles jim.bowles[at]comcast.net, “Bowles Family Genealogy Last Modified 6 Jun 2009,” http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...58&id=I582553348, 21 Mar 2005; 28 Jun 2009, Update Jun 2009 Joseph Clyde Vallandingham Sr. d: 29 Aug 1982.
6860. “Goode (Good) Genealogy Descendants of Roswell Good of Charles County, MD dtd 11 Jul 2015,” Sonia Seaton Metelsky, Received 3 Jun 2017 E-Mail, Joseph Clyde Vallandingham d: 29 Aug 1982.
6861. Ibid. Joseph Clyde Vallandingham d: 29 Aug 1982 Sacred Heart Catholic Cem.
6862. Author: Pruitt vs Pruitt Divorce & Child Support, “Circuit Court for Prince George’s County - Civil System Case # DR82-03904,” Filing Date: 20 Sep 1982, www.casesearch.courts.state.md.us, 9 May 2011, George Pruitt.
6863. “US Social Security Applications and Claims Index 1936-2007,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, Shirley Ann Rieley; 1971 Shirley Ann Pruitt 1989 Shirley Ann Losh.
6864. Author: Pruitt vs Pruitt Divorce & Child Support, “Circuit Court for Prince George’s County - Civil System Case # DR82-03904,” Filing Date: 20 Sep 1982, www.casesearch.courts.state.md.us, 9 May 2011, George Pruitt b: 5/1948.
6865. Ibid. George Pruitt, 8102 Beechberry Court, Pasadena, MD 21122.
6866. “Shirley Rieley Losh Obituary Notice,” Washington Post, Washington, DC, November 1, 1993 (unsure of day), Location: Chris Dunmore, Shirley Ann Rieley Losh.
Shirley Ann Rieley Losh Obituary Notice: Sat, Oct 30, 1993 of Rockville, MD beloved mother of Marcus R. & Kelly A. Pruitt; daughter of Helen F. and the late Lowell D. Rieley; sister of Ronald L. Rieley; aunt of Deborah L. Rieley. Friends will be received at Pumphrey's Colonial Funeral Home, ..Rockville, MD ...Services ...Wednesday, Nov 3, 1993 ...Interment Ft. Lincoln Cemetery
6867. “US Obituary Collection,” Ancestry, 8 Mar 2007, Helen F. Rieley, Female, Children: Shirley Ann.
6868. “Interview Great Aunt Helen Rieley,” 7 July 1998, Chris Dunmore, Gaithersburg, MD (Country Buffet), Sibley Hospital Birth 26 FEB 1949.
6869. “SSDI Search,” http://ssdi.ancestry.com, Various, Shirley A. Losh b: 26 Feb 1949 .
6870. “US Social Security Applications and Claims Index 1936-2007,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, Shirley Ann Rieley b: 26 Feb 1949 Washington, DC.
6871. Author: Pruitt vs Pruitt Divorce & Child Support, “Circuit Court for Prince George’s County - Civil System Case # DR82-03904,” Filing Date: 20 Sep 1982, www.casesearch.courts.state.md.us, 9 May 2011, Shirley Pruitt, 5704 VanDegrift Ave, Rockville, MD 20851.
6872. “Shirley Rieley Losh Obituary Notice,” Washington Post, Washington, DC, November 1, 1993 (unsure of day), Location: Chris Dunmore.
Shirley Ann Rieley Losh Obituary Notice: Sat, Oct 30, 1993 of Rockville, MD beloved mother of Marcus R. & Kelly A. Pruitt; daughter of Helen F. and the late Lowell D. Rieley; sister of Ronald L. Rieley; aunt of Deborah L. Rieley. Friends will be received at Pumphrey's Colonial Funeral Home, ..Rockville, MD ...Services ...Wednesday, Nov 3, 1993 ...Interment Ft. Lincoln Cemetery
6873. Author: MD Hall of Records, “MD Land Records,” http://www.mdlandrec.net/msa/stagser, 6 Feb 2008, 18 Mar 1993 Jt Tenants Lowell, Helen Rieley, Shirley; 21 Jun 1994 Sale of Estate of Shirley A. Losh by Helen F. Rieley at 5704 Vandergrift Avenue, Rockville, MD.
6874. “Shirley Rieley Losh Obituary Notice,” Washington Post, Washington, DC, November 1, 1993 (unsure of day), Location: Chris Dunmore, Sat, Oct 30, 1993 of Rockville, MD.
Shirley Ann Rieley Losh Obituary Notice: Sat, Oct 30, 1993 of Rockville, MD beloved mother of Marcus R. & Kelly A. Pruitt; daughter of Helen F. and the late Lowell D. Rieley; sister of Ronald L. Rieley; aunt of Deborah L. Rieley. Friends will be received at Pumphrey's Colonial Funeral Home, ..Rockville, MD ...Services ...Wednesday, Nov 3, 1993 ...Interment Ft. Lincoln Cemetery
6875. “SSDI Search,” http://ssdi.ancestry.com, Various, Shirley A. Losh d: 30 Oct 1993.
6876. “US Social Security Applications and Claims Index 1936-2007,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, Shirley Ann Rieley d: 30 Oct 1993.
6877. “Shirley Rieley Losh Obituary Notice,” Washington Post, Washington, DC, November 1, 1993 (unsure of day), Location: Chris Dunmore, Ft Lincoln Cemetary, Brentwood, MD.
Shirley Ann Rieley Losh Obituary Notice: Sat, Oct 30, 1993 of Rockville, MD beloved mother of Marcus R. & Kelly A. Pruitt; daughter of Helen F. and the late Lowell D. Rieley; sister of Ronald L. Rieley; aunt of Deborah L. Rieley. Friends will be received at Pumphrey's Colonial Funeral Home, ..Rockville, MD ...Services ...Wednesday, Nov 3, 1993 ...Interment Ft. Lincoln Cemetery
6878. “SSDI Search,” http://ssdi.ancestry.com, Various, Shirley A. Losh b: 26 Feb 1949 d: 30 Oct 1993 Last Resid: (Not specified) Last Benefit: (none specified) SSN 213-56-3899 Issued MD.
6879. “US Social Security Applications and Claims Index 1936-2007,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, Shirley Ann Rieley SS # 213563899.
6880. “Interview Great Aunt Helen Suit Rieley,” 28 April 1998, Chris Dunmore, Laurel, MD (Lunch at Country Buffet), Shirley never had a third child.
6881. “Interview Great Aunt Helen Suit Rieley,” 11 May 2000, Chris Dunmore, Her House (After Great Aunt Lena Suit Tipp Funeral), No third child per her & Mark Pruitt.
6882. “1900 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Microfilm, Location: Prince George's County Library, Hyattsville, MD, Date Viewed: 14 Mar 2000, District 9 Enum Distr 100 Sht 9B Ln 56 Dwg 153 Fam 157 Allen, Lattie J., Dau, W, F, B: Jan 1882, 18, Single, POB MD, Father POB MD, Mother POB MD, At School, 9 mo, Can Read/Write/Sp Engl.
6883. “1910 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Jan 2003, ED69 Surrattsville(19of23) Piscataway Camp Springs Road Dwg 174 Fam 175 Taylor, Lottie J., Wife, F W 28, Marr1 8 yrs, 4 children, 3 living, B: MD, Father B: MD, Mother B: MD, None.
6884. “1900 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Feb 2003, 100 ED Surrattsville 9B(18of24) Dwg 153 Fam 157 Allen, Lattie J., Dau, W F, Jan 1882, 18, Single, B: MD, Father B: MD, Mother B: MD, At School, Yes Read/Write/English.
6885. “1930 Census,” Prince George’s County, MD, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 19 Apr 2005, 1930MDPGSurrts9D1A/1 Dwg 6 Fam 6 Taylor, Lottie, Wife, F W 48, Marr @ 20, Yes Read/Write, B: MD Father B: MD Mother B: MD, None.
6886. “1920 Census,” Prince George’s County, MD, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 26 Apr 2005, 1920MDPGSurrtsv7A/271 Allentown & Ft Washington Road Dwg 131 Fam 133 Taylor, Lottie J., Wife, F W 38, Marr, Yes Read/Write, b: MD, Father b: MD, Mother b: MD, None.
6887. “Washington Post,” ProQuest Historical Newspapers, 6 Mar 1943 pg B8, Date Viewed: 30 May 2013.
Died: Allen, William D. On Thurs 4 Mar 1943 at the residence of his sister, Mrs. Harry C. Taylor, Camp Springs, MD, William D. Allen, beloved husband of the late Laura Allen. Funeral fm the This F. Murray funeral home, 2007 Nichols Ave, SE, on Sat 6 Mar at 2 pm Relatives & friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. Remains may be viewed aft 2 pm Fri 5 Mar
6888. “MD Register of Wills Books 1629-1999 Prince George’s,” FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 15 Nov 2013, 1911-1915 Vol 1 Image61of268 Pg353 Georgianna V. Allen of Prince Georges Co MD Will dtd 25 Apr 1910 Child: Lottie J. Taylor.
6889. Author: Created by: C <No Email noted> Recorded added 24 Jan 2009, “William Thomas Allen,” www.findagrave.com, 30 Nov 2015, Children: Lottie J. Allen Taylor (1882-1958).
Memorial # 33187699 William Thomas Allen b: 7 Jan 1841 d: 29 Mar 1894 bur: Bells Methodist Church Cemetery, Camp Springs, Prince George’s County, MD; Parents: Walter Overton Allen (1804-1880) & Sarah Ann Pyles Allen (1812-1872); Spouse: Georgianna Victoria Sweeney Allen (1849-1912)
6890. Author: Created by: C <No Email noted> Recorded added 22 Jan 2009, “Eva Allen Suit,” www.findagrave.com, 5 Sep 2016, Sibling: Lottie J. Allen Taylor (1882-1958).
Memorial # 33134676 Eva Allen Suit b: 3 Feb 1869 d: 1 Mar 1890 bur: St Barnabas Church Cemetery, Temple Hills, Prince George’s County, MD; Parents: William Thomas Allen (1841-1894) & Georgianna Victoria Sweeney Allen (1849-1912); Spouse: Arthur Bingham Suit (1863-1919)
6891. Author: Sherry deWindt, “deWindt/Pyles and Related Families,” Updated 19 May 2004, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=DESC&db=2880524&I1037 (4 Feb 2007), http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...2880524&id=I1044 (18 Mar 2007).
6892. Author: Jennifer Peterson <PtrsonsZOO[at]aol.com>, “PetersonFamily Tree; Update 7 Aug 2007,” http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op...775&id=I64822289 , 29 May 2008.
6893. “1910 Census,” Prince George's County, MD, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Jan 2003, ED69 Surrattsville(19of23) Piscataway Camp Springs Road Dwg 174 Fam 175 Taylor, Harry C., Head, M W 30, Marr1 8 yrs, B: MD, Father B: MD, Mother B: MD, Farmer, Truck Farm.
6894. “1930 Census,” Prince George’s County, MD, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 19 Apr 2005, 1930MDPGSurrts9D1A/1 Dwg 6 Fam 6 Taylor, Harry, Head, Own, $10,000 Real Est, No Radio, Yes Farm, M W 50, Marr @ 23, Yes Read/Write, B: MD Father B: MD Mother B: MD, Farmer, Truck Farm, Own Acct, Not Vet, Farm Sch 6.
6895. “1920 Census,” Prince George’s County, MD, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 26 Apr 2005, 1920MDPGSurrtsv7A/271 Allentown & Ft Washington Road Dwg 131 Fam 133 Taylor, Harry C., Head, Own, Mortgage, M W 40, Marr, Yes Read/Write, b: MD, Father b: MD, Mother b: MD, Farmer, Truck Farmer, Employee, Farm Sched 82.
6896. “1930 Census,” St Mary's County, MD, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Feb 2003, 7 ED, Bay, 11 District 14B(28of41) Dwg 247 Fam 310 Goode, James R., Son, M W 4, Single, Yes School, B: MD, Father B: MD, Mother B: MD, None.
6897. Author: James Bowles jim.bowles[at]comcast.net, “Bowles Family Genealogy Last Modified 6 Jun 2009,” http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...58&id=I582553348, 21 Mar 2005; 28 Jun 2009, Update Jun 2009 Mary Jane Hill + Walter Benjamin Goode Sr ch: James R. Goode.
6898. “1940 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 11 Apr 2012, 7EDDynard19-13Milestown32of57 House 420, Goode, Robert, Son, M W 14, Single.
6899. “Goode (Good) Genealogy Descendants of Roswell Good of Charles County, MD dtd 11 Jul 2015,” Sonia Seaton Metelsky, Received 3 Jun 2017 E-Mail, j. Walter Benjamin Goode (abdj) & Mary Jane Hill ch: e. James R. Goode (abdjae) .
6900. Author: James Bowles jim.bowles[at]comcast.net, “Bowles Family Genealogy Last Modified 6 Jun 2009,” http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...58&id=I582553348, 21 Mar 2005; 28 Jun 2009, Update Jun 2009 James R. Goode b: 11 Feb 1926.
6901. “1940 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 11 Apr 2012, 7EDDynard19-13Milestown32of57 House 420, Goode, Robert, Son, M W 14 b: MD.
6902. “Goode (Good) Genealogy Descendants of Roswell Good of Charles County, MD dtd 11 Jul 2015,” Sonia Seaton Metelsky, Received 3 Jun 2017 E-Mail, e. James R. Goode (abdjae) b: 1926.
6903. “1940 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 11 Apr 2012, 7EDDynard19-13Milestown32of57 House 420, Goode, Robert, Son, M W 14, Single, YesSch, Gr7, b: MD, Res: Same House, No Work, No Emerg, Not Seeking, No Job, School, 0 wks, $0, No.
6904. Author: James Bowles jim.bowles[at]comcast.net, “Bowles Family Genealogy Last Modified 6 Jun 2009,” http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...58&id=I582553348, 21 Mar 2005; 28 Jun 2009, Update Jun 2009 James R. Goode d: 1 Oct 1999.
6905. “1930 Census,” St Mary's County, MD, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Feb 2003, 7 ED, Bay, 11 District 15B(30of41) Dwg 286? Fam 247? Gibson, James A., Son, M W 26, Single, No School, Yes Read/Write, B: MD, Father B: MD, Mother B: MD, None.
6906. “1930 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 26 Jul 2004, 1930MDStMBay7D15B/135 Dwg 286 Fam 297 Gibson, James A., Son, M W 26, Single, No School, Yes Read/Write, B: MD, Father B: MD, Mother B: MD, Laborer, Farm,.
6907. “1940 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 11 Apr 2012, 7EDDynard19-13Milestown40of57 House 501, Gibson, James A., Son, M W 34, Single.
6908. “Goode (Good) Genealogy Descendants of Roswell Good of Charles County, MD dtd 11 Jul 2015,” Sonia Seaton Metelsky, Received 3 Jun 2017 E-Mail, 4. Mary Sophia Goode (abcc) &, James Henry Gibson ch: f. James August “ Gussie” Gibson (abccf) (unmarried).
6909. “1940 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 11 Apr 2012, 7EDDynard19-13Milestown40of57 House 501, Gibson, James A., Son, M W 34, b: MD.
6910. “Goode (Good) Genealogy Descendants of Roswell Good of Charles County, MD dtd 11 Jul 2015,” Sonia Seaton Metelsky, Received 3 Jun 2017 E-Mail, f. James August “ Gussie” Gibson (abccf) b: 6 May 1904 Bushwood, St Mary’s MD.
6911. “1940 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 11 Apr 2012, 7EDDynard19-13Milestown40of57 House 501, Gibson, James A., Son, M W 34, Single, NoSch, Gr4, b: MD, Res: Same House, Yes Work, 45 hrs, Farming, Farm, Own Acct, 52 wks, $0, Yes.
6912. “Goode (Good) Genealogy Descendants of Roswell Good of Charles County, MD dtd 11 Jul 2015,” Sonia Seaton Metelsky, Received 3 Jun 2017 E-Mail, f. James August “ Gussie” Gibson (abccf) d: Aug 1971 Bushwood, St Mary’s MD.
6913. “1940 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 11 Apr 2012, 7EDDynard19-13Milestown40of57 House 501, Gibson, James A., Yes Work, 45 hrs, Farming, Farm, Own Acct, 52 wks, $0, Yes.
6914. “Goode (Good) Genealogy Descendants of Roswell Good of Charles County, MD dtd 11 Jul 2015,” Sonia Seaton Metelsky, Received 3 Jun 2017 E-Mail, f. James August “ Gussie” Gibson (abccf) (unmarried).
6915. “1940 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 11 Apr 2012, 7EDDynard19-13Milestown40of57 House 501, Gibson, James A., Highest Grade 4th.
6916. “1910 Census,” St Mary's County, MD, Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: Feb 2003, 84ED 21A(41of50) Dwg 263 Fam 273 Hill, Edgar, Step Son, M W 14, Single, B: MD, Father B: MD, Mother B: MD, Laborer, Farm Work, Worker, Yes Read/Write (Enumerated w/Hill, John Franklin).
6917. “1910 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 26 Dec 2002, 1910MDStM4D21A/99 Maddox to Bushwood Whf Dwg 263 Fam 273 Hill, Edgar, Step Son, M W 14, Single, B: MD, Father B: MD, Mother B: MD, Laborer, Farm work, Worker, Yes Read/Write (Enumerated w/Hill, John Franklin).
6918. Author: Juanita Fallin Gass <d: 9 Oct 2015>, The Descendants of George & Matilda Goodwin Cullins, 1995, Many reprints, latest Dec 1997, Available at Library of Congress Call No. CS71.C9674 1995, Location: Leonardtown, St Mary’s County, MD Library 29 Jun 2009, Pg 11 After G. F. Thompson died a son, F. Edgar Thompson was born. Pg 12 Picture taken bet 1948-59: F. Edgar Thompson.
6919. Ibid. Pg 11 F. Edgar Thompson marr: Lessie Knott.
6920. “1940 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 11 Apr 2012, 4ED19-9Chaptico36of45 Riser Rd House 255, Own, $6000, Not Farm, Thompson, Edgar, Head, M W 44, Marr.
6921. Author: Juanita Fallin Gass <d: 9 Oct 2015>, The Descendants of George & Matilda Goodwin Cullins, 1995, Many reprints, latest Dec 1997, Available at Library of Congress Call No. CS71.C9674 1995, Location: Leonardtown, St Mary’s County, MD Library 29 Jun 2009, Pg 11 After G. F. Thompson died a son, F. Edgar Thompson was born Oct 27, 1895.
6922. “1940 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 11 Apr 2012, 4ED19-9Chaptico36of45 Riser Rd House 255, Own, $6000, Not Farm, Thompson, Edgar, Head, M W 44, b: MD.
6923. Ibid. 4ED19-9Chaptico36of45 Riser Rd House 255, Own, $6000, Not Farm, Thompson, Edgar, Head, M W 44, Marr, No School, Highest Gr 3, b: MD, Same House, Yes Work, Proprietor, Retail Grocery Store, Own Acct, 52 wks, $0, Yes.
6924. Author: Juanita Fallin Gass <d: 9 Oct 2015>, The Descendants of George & Matilda Goodwin Cullins, 1995, Many reprints, latest Dec 1997, Available at Library of Congress Call No. CS71.C9674 1995, Location: Leonardtown, St Mary’s County, MD Library 29 Jun 2009, Pg 11 F. Edgar Thompson d: 26 Aug 1959.
6925. Ibid. Pg 11 (F. Edgar Thompson) owned Thompson’s Store in Maddox MD (Ref: family of Johnny ingleton s/o Julia Helen Hill Pingleton, Ruth Hill w/o Frank Hill & Annie Hill, Tom Hodges of Avenue & the 1290 SMC Census 7th #273-302).
6926. “1940 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 11 Apr 2012, 4ED19-9Chaptico36of45 Riser Rd House 255, Own, $6000, Not Farm, Thompson, Edgar, Yes Work, Proprietor, Retail Grocery Store, Own Acct, 52 wks, $0, Yes.
6927. Ibid. 4ED19-9Chaptico36of45 Riser Rd House 255, Own, $6000, Not Farm, Thompson, Edgar, Highest Gr 3.
6928. “1900 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 9 Sep 2004.
6929. “1940 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 11 Apr 2012, 4ED19-9Chaptico36of45 Riser Rd House 255, Thompson, Lesie, wife, F W 34, Marr.
6930. Author: Juanita Fallin Gass <d: 9 Oct 2015>, The Descendants of George & Matilda Goodwin Cullins, 1995, Many reprints, latest Dec 1997, Available at Library of Congress Call No. CS71.C9674 1995, Location: Leonardtown, St Mary’s County, MD Library 29 Jun 2009, Pg 11 Lessie Knott b: 1905.
6931. “1940 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 11 Apr 2012, 4ED19-9Chaptico36of45 Riser Rd House 255, Thompson, Lesie, wife, F W 34, b: MD.
6932. Ibid. 4ED19-9Chaptico36of45 Riser Rd House 255, Thompson, Lesie, wife, F W 34, Marr, No School, Highest Gr 5, b: MD, Same House, No Work, No Emerg, Not Seeking, Housework, 0 wks, $0, No.
6933. Author: Juanita Fallin Gass <d: 9 Oct 2015>, The Descendants of George & Matilda Goodwin Cullins, 1995, Many reprints, latest Dec 1997, Available at Library of Congress Call No. CS71.C9674 1995, Location: Leonardtown, St Mary’s County, MD Library 29 Jun 2009, Pg 11 Lessie Knott d: 1969.
6934. “1940 Census,” St Mary’s County, MD, Location: FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 11 Apr 2012, 4ED19-9Chaptico36of45 Riser Rd House 255, Thompson, Lesie, No School, Highest Gr 5.
6935. “1860 Census,” Oglethorpe County, GA, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 8 Feb 2005, 1860GAOglethorpeLexngtnPO/675 Dwg 539 Fam 537 Caroline Smith .
6936. “1870 Census,” Oglethorpe County, GA, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 8 Feb 2005, 1870GAOglethorpeMaxeysPO/255 Dwg 993 Fam 991 Smith, Caroline.
6937. “1880 Census,” Lumpkin County, GA, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 5 Aug 2012, Auraria334 Dwg 129 Fam 135 Smith, Caroline, W F 52, Wife, Marr, Keeping House.
6938. “1860 Census,” Oglethorpe County, GA, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 8 Feb 2005, 1860GAOglethorpeLexngtnPO/675 Dwg 539 Fam 537 Caroline Smith 31 b: GA.
6939. “1870 Census,” Oglethorpe County, GA, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 8 Feb 2005, 1870GAOglethorpeMaxeysPO/255 Dwg 993 Fam 991 Smith, Caroline, 40 b: GA.
6940. “1880 Census,” Lumpkin County, GA, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 5 Aug 2012, Auraria334 Dwg 129 Fam 135 Smith, Caroline, W F 52, b: GA.
6941. “1860 Census,” Oglethorpe County, GA, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 8 Feb 2005, 1860GAOglethorpeLexngtnPO/675 Dwg 539 Fam 537 Caroline Smith 31 F, b: GA.
6942. “1870 Census,” Oglethorpe County, GA, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 8 Feb 2005, 1870GAOglethorpeMaxeysPO/255 Dwg 993 Fam 991 Smith, Caroline, 40 F W, Keeping House, b: GA.
6943. “1880 Census,” Lumpkin County, GA, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 5 Aug 2012, Auraria334 Dwg 129 Fam 135 Smith, Caroline, W F 52, Wife, Marr, Keeping House, b: GA, Father b: VA, Mother b: VA.
6944. “1860 Census,” Oglethorpe County, GA, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 8 Feb 2005.
6945. “1880 Census,” Lumpkin County, GA, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 5 Aug 2012, Auraria334 Dwg 129 Fam 135 Smith, D.C., W M 54, Marr.
6946. “Interview Great Aunt Helen Suit Rieley,” 28 April 1998, Chris Dunmore, Laurel, MD (Lunch at Country Buffet).
6947. Ibid. Younger than Debbie Rieley Birth 8 Apr 1967.
6948. Ibid. Died about 4 years old from Hepatitis at Children's Hospital, Washington, DC, younger than Debbie.
6949. “Shirley Rieley Losh Obituary Notice,” Washington Post, Washington, DC, November 1, 1993 (unsure of day), Location: Chris Dunmore, daughter of the late Lowell D. Rieley.
Shirley Ann Rieley Losh Obituary Notice: Sat, Oct 30, 1993 of Rockville, MD beloved mother of Marcus R. & Kelly A. Pruitt; daughter of Helen F. and the late Lowell D. Rieley; sister of Ronald L. Rieley; aunt of Deborah L. Rieley. Friends will be received at Pumphrey's Colonial Funeral Home, ..Rockville, MD ...Services ...Wednesday, Nov 3, 1993 ...Interment Ft. Lincoln Cemetery
6950. “US Social Security Applications and Claims Index 1936-2007,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, Lowell Daniel Rieley s/o George D. Rieley & Alpha L. Kesler.
6951. “SSDI Search,” http://ssdi.ancestry.com, Various, LOWELL D RIELEY b: 14 May 1915 Issued VA.
6952. Peoplefinders.com,” 7 Jul 2010, Lowell D. Rieley b: 14 May 1915 (Age 95).
6953. “US Social Security Applications and Claims Index 1936-2007,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, Lowell Daniel Rieley b: 14 May 1915 Landown (sic) Co VA.
6954. “SSDI Search,” http://ssdi.ancestry.com, Various, LOWELL D RIELEY d: 30 May 1993 Last Resid: 20707 (Laurel, Prince Georges, MD) .
6955. “US Social Security Applications and Claims Index 1936-2007,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, Lowell Daniel Rieley d: 30 May 1993.
6956. “Interview Great Aunt Helen Rieley,” 7 July 1998, Chris Dunmore, Gaithersburg, MD (Country Buffet), Buried Ft Lincoln Cem, 3401 Bladensburg Road, Brentwood, MD.
6957. “SSDI Search,” http://ssdi.ancestry.com, Various, LOWELL D RIELEY b: 14 May 1915 d: 30 May 1993 Last Resid: 20707 (Laurel, Prince Georges, MD) Last Benefit: (none specified) SSN 225-10-4524 Issued Virginia.
6958. “US Social Security Applications and Claims Index 1936-2007,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, Lowell Daniel Rieley SS # 225104524.
6959. “Interview Great Aunt Helen Suit Rieley,” 28 April 1998, Chris Dunmore, Laurel, MD (Lunch at Country Buffet), Marr 16 DEC 1940.
6960. From Lucille Hill’s Calendars found after her death Jan 12, 2001; Also I had the DuVal High School Commencement Folder for Capital Centre, Landover, MD, 4 Jun 1991; 6pm - Timothy Neil Hill and the DuVal High School Commencement Folder for USAir Arena, 27 May 1994, 9am - Patricia Ann Hill Nov 24, 1991 Helen Rieley Anniversary Party 5 pm (50th Anniversary).
6961. Peoplefinders.com,” 7 Jul 2010, Glenita R. Smith.
6962. “Mary Virginia Cleek Smith Obituary,” Author: Berry Funeral Home, www.berryfh.com/book-of-memories/1847185/Smith-Mary-/obituary.php?Printable=true, Date Viewed: 15 Apr 2014, {Survived by her loving children: Thomas H. (Glenita) Smith of Butler GA}.
Mrs. Mary Virginia Smith passed away Sunday, 13 Apr 2014 at her home in Butler, GA. She was b: 5 Feb 1926 Bacova, Bath Co, VA to Benjamin Harrison Cleek & Bertha Jane Gum Cleek. Marr: 28 May 1947 George Thomas Smith, preceded her in death 26 Jul 2013
6963. “Glenita Roney Smith Obiturary,” Chapman Funeral Home, Eufala, AL Facebook page, Date Viewed: 2 Feb 2018.
Glenita Roney Smith funeral services 3 Feb 2018 Burial follow in Memory Garden Cemetery
6964. Peoplefinders.com,” 7 Jul 2010, Glenita R. Smith b: 16 Apr 1951 (Age 59).
6965. “The Stephenson Family Record,” Fm the Revolution to 1962, Ruth "Sally" Stephenson, Location: Chris Dunmore, William Harrison Stephenson Marr:12Feb1862 Rachel Best Rose .
6966. Author: Veda Stephenson, “Four Generation Book,” Started in Early 1900's & finished roughly 1939, Date Viewed: November 1999 to March 2000, Location: Carol Hesse, Electra, TX, Pg 2 Caption under Picture Rachel Best Rose who married our Gr Grandfather William H. Stephenson. 11 children, 9 are boys.
6967. Ibid. Picture-Name written under Rachel Rose(Best)Stephenson All (Children) Born in JacksonCounty,OH. Moved to Kansas in1881.
6968. Author: Brenda K.Stephenson Vaughan, “bkvaughn[at]mediaone.net (Feb2002),” http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...1939803&id=I0083, 23Mar2002, William Harrison STEPHENSON Marr Rachel Best Rose;2nd Wife Amaryllis Crookham.
6969. Author: Deena Cross crosswdm[at]msn.com, File Last Update May 31, 2003, http://www.gencircles.com/users/deena, 21 Feb 2004, WilliamHarrisonStephenson m. Amaryllis Crookman 2 Aug 1859 Jackson Co OH, m. Rachel B. Rose, m. 12 Feb 1862 OH.
6970. Ibid. George W. Stephenson, Father:William Harrison Stephenson, Mother:Rachel B. Rose, Census:1880MiltonTwp,JacksonCoOH age 4.
6971. “1910 Census,” Chase County, KS, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 27 Jun 2005, 1910KSChaseCottonwdTwp7B/27 Dwg 100 Fam 100 Stephenson, Rachel B., Mother, Wd, 11 children, 10 living, Own Income, Yes Read/Write (Enum w/Stephenson, Jacob A. 31).
6972. “1900 Census,” Chase County, KS, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 27 Jun 2005, 1900KSChaseCottonwdTwp3B/273 Dwg 62 Fam 62 Stephenson, Rachel B., Wife, Marr 39 yrs, 3 children, 3 living, Yes Read/Write/English.
6973. “1870 Census,” Jackson County, OH, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 27 Jun 2005, 1870OHJacksonMiltonTwp1/186 Dwg 1 Fam 1 Stephenson, Rachel B. Keeping House.
6974. “1860 Census,” Jackson County, OH, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 27 Jun 2005, 1860OHJacksonWashingtonTwp226 Dwg 304 Fam 288 Racheal Rose, Domestic, $75 Personal (Enum w/Henry Peters 35 & Catharine 35).
6975. “1900 Census,” Chase County, KS, Location: Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: 3 Sep 2005, 1900KSChaseCtnwd26D6of19 Dwg 62 Fam 62 Stephenson, Rachel B., Wife, Marr 39 yrs, 3 children, 3 living, Yes Read/Write/English,.
6976. “1880 Census,” Jackson County, OH, Location: Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: 11 Mar 2007, 1880OHJcksnMilton79D1of43 Dwg 16 Fam 16 Stephenson, Rachel B., Wife, Marr, Keeping House.
6977. “Jackson County, OH Marriages 1818-1865,” http://genealogytrails.com/ohio/jackson/marriages_1818_65s.htm & http://www.ohiogenealogyexpress.com/jackson/marriages_1818_65s.htm, 29 Jul 2007 & 1 Oct 2008, Stephenson, William H. & Rose, Rachel B.; 1862 Feb 12; Allison, M. M. Rev.
6978. “1885 KS State Census,” Chase County, KS, Location: Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 26 Mar 2010, 4 of 92 Dwg 15 Fam 15 Rachel Stephenson, Marr, wife (crossed out).
6979. “OH, County Marriages 1789-1994 (Revised to 1789-2013),” FamilySearch.org, 5 Apr 2012, Image 114of191 Cert 4042: William H. Stevenson Marr: 12 Feb 1862; lic: 10 Feb 1862 Jackson, OH Racheal B. Rose, John Stevenson, Probate Judge, /s/ M. M. Alison, L. Minister, Ref# cn4042, Film #301044, Dig Folder # 4921854, Image #120.
6980. “Jackson County, OH Marriages 1818-1865,” Heritage Quest through Anne Arundel County, MD Library, 7 Dec 2012, p. 245 Stephenson, William H. & Rachel B. Rose, 12 Feb 1862 by M.M. Allison, Rev.
6981. Author: Created by: Julian Wall <JRWall1046[at]gmail.com>; Recorded added 5 Mar 2010, “Rachel B. Rose Stephenson,” www.findagrave.com, 24 Mar 2013, Mrs. William H. Stephenson.
Memorial # 49150223, Rachel B Rose Stephenson, b: 12 Jul 1837 Carroll Co, OH d: 12 Nov 1911 Clements, Chase Co KS; bur: Clements Cemetery, Clements, Chase Co, KS (Chase County Leader News, Cottonwood Falls, KS, 12 Nov 1911 “The Passing of a Good Life”)
6982. “1850 Census,” Carroll County, OH, FamilySearch.org, Date Viewed: 16 Apr 2013, Loudon Image4of22 Dwg 1045 Fam 1048 Rachael Rose, 13 F, b: OH.
6983. “1840 Census,” Carroll County, OH, Location: Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Jul 2014, LoudonImage3of10 Henry Rose 3M 5-10, 3M 10-15, 1M 15-20, 1M 40-50, 1F <5, 1F 10-15, 1F 15-20, 1F 40-50 (Female <5).
6984. “OH Marriages 1803-1900,” Ancestry.com, 30 Sep 2014, Rachel B.Rose, Female, Spouse: William H. Stephenson, Male, Marr: 12 Feb 1862 Jackson, OH.
6985. “US Social Security Applications and Claims Index 1936-2007,” Ancestry.com, Date Viewed: 2 Sep 2015, Jacob Alexander Stephenson s/o William H Stephenson & Rachel B Rose.
6986. “The Stephenson Family Record,” Fm the Revolution to 1962, Ruth "Sally" Stephenson, Location: Chris Dunmore, Rachel Best Rose B:12Jul 1837.
6987. Author: Veda Stephenson, “Four Generation Book,” Started in Early 1900's & finished roughly 1939, Date Viewed: November 1999 to March 2000, Location: Carol Hesse, Electra, TX, Loose Paper-Rachel Rose(Best) Stephenson(1937-1911) .
6988. Ibid. Pg 3 Newspaper Article Rachel Best Rose and she was born in Carol County, OH on July 12, 1837.
6989. Author: Brenda K.Stephenson Vaughan, “bkvaughn[at]mediaone.net (Feb2002),” http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...1939803&id=I0083, 23Mar2002, Rachel Best Rose b:12Jul 1837.
6990. Author: Deena Cross crosswdm[at]msn.com, File Last Update May 31, 2003, http://www.gencircles.com/users/deena, 21 Feb 2004, Rachel B. Rose b: 12 Jul 1837 OH.
6991. Ibid. Rachel B. Rose b:12 Jul 1837 OH.
6992. “1910 Census,” Chase County, KS, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 27 Jun 2005, 1910KSChaseCottonwdTwp7B/27 Dwg 100 Fam 100 Stephenson, Rachel B., 72 b: OH.
6993. “1900 Census,” Chase County, KS, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 27 Jun 2005, 1900KSChaseCottonwdTwp3B/273 Dwg 62 Fam 62 Stephenson, Rachel B., Jul 1838, 62, b: OH.
6994. “1870 Census,” Jackson County, OH, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 27 Jun 2005, 1870OHJacksonMiltonTwp1/186 Dwg 1 Fam 1 Stephenson, Rachel B. 32 b: OH.
6995. “1860 Census,” Jackson County, OH, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 27 Jun 2005, 1860OHJacksonWashingtonTwp226 Dwg 304 Fam 288 Racheal Rose 22 b: OH.
6996. “1900 Census,” Chase County, KS, Location: Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: 3 Sep 2005, 1900KSChaseCtnwd26D6of19 Dwg 62 Fam 62 Stephenson, Rachel B., Jul 1838, 62 b: OH.
6997. “1880 Census,” Jackson County, OH, Location: Ancestry Plus, Date Viewed: 11 Mar 2007, 1880OHJcksnMilton79D1of43 Dwg 16 Fam 16 Stephenson, Rachel B., 42? b: OH.
6998. “1885 KS State Census,” Chase County, KS, Location: Ancestry Library Edition, Date Viewed: 26 Mar 2010, 4 of 92 Dwg 15 Fam 15 Rachel Stephenson 46 b: OH.
6999. Author: Created by: Julian Wall <JRWall1046[at]gmail.com>; Recorded added 5 Mar 2010, “Rachel B. Rose Stephenson,” www.findagrave.com, 24 Mar 2013.
Memorial # 49150223, Rachel B Rose Stephenson, b: 12 Jul 1837 Carroll Co, OH d: 12 Nov 1911 Clements, Chase Co KS; bur: Clements Cemetery, Clements, Chase Co, KS (Chase County Leader News, Cottonwood Falls, KS, 12 Nov 1911 “The Passing of a Good Life”)
7000. “1860 Census,” Jackson County, OH, Location: Heritage Quest, Date Viewed: 27 Jun 2005, 1860OHJacksonWashingtonTwp226 Dwg 304 Fam 288 Racheal Rose 22 F W, Domestic, $75 Personal, b: OH (Enum w/Henry Peters 35 & Catharine 35).
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