Maryland Obituaries, Part II

Holdcraft Card File Records - continued


George Wm. Michael Albaugh  -  
    
Despondent because of ill health and fearful that an operation would be necessary, George William Michael Albaugh, for many years a prominent farmer of the Utica neighborhood, hung himself in the garret of the home of his son-in-law, Wilbur Grossnickle, between New Midway and Detour, about 3:30 o'clock Monday afternoon.  He was 70 years of age.  He was a son of the late Andrew and Miranda Albaugh, of the Utica section.
     He is survived by the following children: Guy Albaugh, Mt. Pleasant; Raymond Albaugh, Detour; Walter Albaugh, Woodsboro; Clarence Albaugh, Taneytown; Harvey Albaugh, Detour; Mrs. Grosnickle; Mrs. Harry Swaney and Mrs. Charles Renner, both of Keymar; one brother Clarence Albaugh , Baltimore; and two sisters, Mrs. Luther Zimmerman, Taneytown and Mrs. Ida Wachter, Woodsboro also survives with 14 grandchildren.
     Mr. Albaugh was a member of the Mt. Zion Lutheran Church of Haugh's.  The funeral took place Thursday, leaving the late home at 1 o'clock.   Services in Mt. Zion Lutheran Church at 1:30 o'clock.  Interment in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Woodsboro.  M.L. Creager and Son, funeral director.


Mrs. Harry V. Albaugh  -   hand dated 1967
     Mrs. Gertrude Mary Albaugh, widow of Harry Vinson Albaugh died Saturday evening at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Margaret A. Runkies, 519 Grant Place.  She was 91years of age.
     She was the oldest daughter of the late William and JoAnna Grimes Adams, a prominent Frederick county family .......(balance missing)
     Surviving are 3 daughters Mrs. Margaret A. Runkles, with whom she lived, Mrs. J. Malcom Moxley, Baltimore; Miss Helen V. Albaugh at home; 2 brothers, David A. Adams and John C. Adams both of Buckeystown, 2 sisters, Mrs. Maria Houck, near Woodsboro; Mrs. Sidney Six, Rocky Ridge; 4 grandaughters, Mrs. Phyllis E. Castle, Hagerstown; Mrs. Geraldine L. Long, Baltimore; Miss Margaret Runkles, Washington D.C.; Mrs. Doris J. Benedict, Baltimore, 2 grandsons, William R. Moxley, Baltimore; Jay Slusber Runkles at home; 4 great-grandchildren, Marcia L. Long, Marlene E. Long, Edmund J. Long III and Christopher S. Long.


Harry V. Albaugh  -  hand dated 2/13/1945
     Harry Vinson Albaugh, prominent farmer near New Market died at his home, Friday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock after an illness of 2 months, aged 71 years.  He was a son of the late George W. and Sarah Valentine Albaugh and a member of the Rocky Ridge Lutheran Church.  Surviving him are his wife, Mrs. Gertrude Adams Albaugh, 3 daughters, Mrs. S. Scott Runkles, Frederick; Mrs. Malcolm Moxley, Baltimore and Miss Helen Albaugh, at home.  Two sisters Mrs. Charles Fogle, Thurmont and Mrs. Marge Dorsey, Thurmont, a brother, J. William Albaugh of Philadelphia; 6 grandchildren also survive.  The funeral took place Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.  Interment made in Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Rocky Ridge.  M.R. Etchison and Son, funeral directors.


Miss Hattie M. Albaugh - hand dated 12/23/1952
     Miss Hattie M. Albaugh, well-known dressmaker and church worker of Walkersville, recently residing at 121 South Market Street, Frederick, died early Sunday morning after four weeks hospitalization, of infirmities of age at Frederick Memorial Hospital.  She was 89 years, 7 months and 9 days.
     A native of Frederick county, daughter of the late David and Mary Etzler Albaugh, she had been a dressmaker for 60 years in Walkersville.  She was a charter member of the Walkersville Lutheran Church organized in her home in 1891 and for a number of years was a member of the church choir, choir director and active in the Missionary and Working Societies of the Church.  She was the first president of the Working Society.
     The last of the immediate family, her only survivors are a niece, five nephews,  twelve grand-nieces and six grand-nephews.  Remains rest at the funeral home in Walkersville where friends may call.  Funeral services will be held there at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.  Interment in Chapel Cemetery, Liberty.  G.C. Barton, funeral director.


Mrs Hollis Viola Albaugh   - hand dated 8/7/1971
    Mrs. Hollis Viola Albaugh, 80, RFD 1, Union Bridge, widow of the late Ira M. Albaugh who predeceased her in 1940, died Saturday at Carroll County General Hospital after a short illness.
     Born in Frederick county, she was the daughter of the late Samuel J. and Anna V. Haines Butler.
     She is survived by a son, McComas B. Albaugh, near Union Bridge; a granddaughter Donna M. Albaugh, near Union Bridge; two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Rumsport and Mrs. Goldie Tymeson, both of near Union Bridge; and several nieces and nephews.
     Friends may call today at the Union Bridge Funeral Home of D.D. Hartzler and Sons where funeral services will be held Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.
     Rev. Michael Leftwich, pastor of Linganore United Methodist Church will officiate.  Interment will be in Linganore Cemetery, Unionville.


Mrs. Gertrude W. Albaugh   -  hand dated 3/12/1951
     Stricken with a heart attack while talking on the telephone at her home in Libertytown about 4:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.  Mrs. Gertrude Wright Albaugh, widow of Irving S. Albaugh, was found dead by a telephone employe investigating interruption to services on the line.  Death was due to coronary occlusion.
     Mrs. Albaugh was born April 13, 1877 in Libertytown, a daughter of the late Joel and Kate Wagner Wright and was aged 73 years.  Her husband predeceased her by seven years.
     Surviving are three step-children; Roger I. Albaugh, near Libertytown; William J. Albaugh, near Union Bridge; Mrs. Fred Ward, Libertytown.
     The deceased was a member of the St. Peters Catholic Church, Libertytown, where regular mass will be celebrated Saturday morning at 9 o'clock by the pastor, Rev. Stephen Chylinski.  Interment will be made in the church cemetery.   Prayers will be recited at the funeral home in Libertytown Friday night at 8 o'clock.  Powell and Hartzler, funeral directors.


Ira Robert Albaugh, 65, Killed in Farm Accident  - hand dated 5/9/1969
     Ira Robert Albaugh, Sr, 65 of Union Bridge was killed Thursday afternoon at his farm in a tractor accident.
     Albaugh was loading material when his tractor ran over an 8-foot ramp, throwing him from the seat.  He was pinned by the tractor.
     Born in Frederick County, he was the son of the late John D. and Maude Nusbaum Albaugh, and was a member of the Union Bridge Church of the Brethren.
     Surviving are his wife Mrs. Mildred Thomas Albaugh, two sons, Ira R. Albaugh Jr. and Paul R. Albaugh, both of Union Bridge; one daughter, Mrs. Mary Susan Grossnickle of near Union Bridge; one step-son, Harold E. Thomas of Keymar; 15 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild.
     Also one brother, William T. Albaugh of near Union Bridge and three sisters, Mrs. Evelyn Carbaugh of Westminster, Mrs. Bertha Hoover of Taneytown and Mrs. Helen Fritz of Uniontown.
     Friends may call at the Union Bridge Funeral Home of D.D. Hartzler and Sons Saturday evening.  Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Union Bridge Church of the Brethren.  The Rev. Harold Bower, his pastor, will officiate.  Burial will be in the Pipe Creek Cemetery, near New Windsor.
     The Carroll county Coroner's office confirmed that Albaugh died as a result of the injuries he received in a tractor accident.


Irving S. Albaugh  -   hand dated 9/19/1944
     Irving S. Albaugh, a well-known funeral director for the past thirty-six years, died Sunday morning at 2:15 o'clock at his home in Libertytown of paralysis.  He had been seriuosly ill for the past ten days.  He was 70 years, 2 months and 6 days of age.
     He was a son of the late Joshua and Susannah Haugh Albaugh and is survived by his widow, Mrs. Gertrude Wright Albaugh; two sons, Roger I. Albaugh, Libertytown, and William J. Albaugh, Union Bridge; a daughter, Mrs. Fred J. Ward, Los Angeles, Ca.; a sister, Mrs. Ridgely D. Simpson, this city and six grandchildren.
     Funeral services will take place at the late residence in Libertytown Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock with final rites in Union Chapel church, conducted by Rev. Herbert H. Schmidt.  Interment will be in Fairmount cemetery, Libertytown.


Ingomar W. Albaugh  -  hand dated 3/30/1961
     Ingomar W. Albaugh, 22 North Market Street, who served one term as Frederick County Sheriff from 1923 - 1926, died at Valley View Nursing Home, Middletown, at 6:30 a.m. after an illness of several years.
     Mr. Albaugh, who was aged 90 years, was a well-known barber, having operated a barber shop in the first block of W. Church street for about 30 years.
     He was also active in church work.  He attended the Evangelical Lutheran church, this city, and for a number of years was superintendent of the church school.
     Born in Frederick, he was a son of the late Christian T. and Carrie V. Shank Albaugh.  He was a member of the B.P.O.E. No 684 and Mountain City Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias.
     He was politcally registered as a Republican.
     Surviving are his wife Mrs. Orna C. Wiliet Albaugh, seven children, Mrs. M.L. Myers and Mrs. George F. Luckett, both of York, Pa., Mrs. Imogene Crouch, Pasadena, Md.; Mrs. W.C. Elder, Albuquerque, NM; Charles R. Albaugh, this city; Mrs. Thomas W. Clark, Middletown; and Mrs. Ralph C. Betson, this city; eleven grand-children and nineteen great- grandchildren.


Jasper Albaugh - hand dated 6/11/1962
     Jasper Albaugh, 67, husband of Cecelia Hendrickson Albaugh, who resided at 337 South Market Street, died at Frederick Memorial Hospital Sunday morning, having suffered a heart attack last Friday.
     Mr. Albaugh was born in New Market, the son of the late Nicholas Hoy and Cordelia Barnes Albaugh.  He is survived by his wife, Cecelia Hendrickson Albaugh, one son, William N. Albaugh, Yellow Springs, one daughter, Mrs. John B. Gardiner of Frederick, one sister Mrs. Wilbur Kolb of Betheada.  Three grandchildren also survive.
     Mr. Albaugh was a retired farmer, having farmed in the New Market area.  He was a staunch Republican and served as a judge in the elections.   The body is at the funeral home, 105 East Church street, where friends may call after 7 o'clock this evening.
     Funeral services will be held at the funeral home Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock.  Interment will follow in Mount Olivet cemetery.   M.R. Etchison and Son, funeral directors.


John D. Albaugh  -  hand dated 4/12/1957
     John David Albaugh, 81, retired machinist and farmer of Uniontown, died suddenly at his home Thursday at 12:55 p.m. after an illness of several hours.
     Born February 6, 1876 in Frederick county, he was a son of the late Thomas A. and Eliza Brown Albaugh.  He was a lifelong member of the Church of the Brethren, former Sunday School teacher and active in all church affairs.
     Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Maude Nusbaum Albaugh and five children, Ira R. Albaugh, Mrs. Levine Carbaugh, Mrs. Russell Hoover, William T. Albaugh, all of near Union Bridge, and Mrs. Preston Fritz of Uniontown; twelve grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Mary Engel, of Uniontown.
     The body is at the Union Bridge Funeral home of D.D. Hartzler and Sons, where friends may call Saturday evening.  It will be removed at 1 p.m. Sunday to Union Bridge Church of the Brethren for service at 2 p.m. conducted by his pastor, Rev. C. Reynolds Simmons assisted by Rev. Berkeley O. Bowman.  Interment will be in Pipe Creek Cemetery.


John Horace Albaugh -   hand dated 11/3/1942
     John Horace Albaugh, 128 West Church street, well-known retired miller and farmer died at the Frederick City Hospital Friday morning at 2:50 o'clock after an illness of twenty-one months, aged 85 years and 8 days.  He was a son of the late Joshua and Susannah Haugh Albaugh and a member of the Grace Evangelical and Reformed Church, the Builders Bible Class.
     Surviving him are his wife, Mrs. Effie E.C. Simpson Albaugh, one daughter and three sons, Mrs. Clarence L. Howard, Horace H. Albaugh, Hobart B. Albaugh, Irwin C. Albaugh, all of Frederick; one sister and one brother, Libertytown.   Three grandchildren also survive.
     The funeral of John Horace Albaugh, 128 West Church street who died at the Frederick City Hospital early Friday morning took place from the funeral home, 106 E. Church street, Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  Rev. Dr. Ralph Z. Hartman, pastor of the Grace Evangelical and Reformed Church officiated.
     Pallbearers, Member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, King David Lodge No 50, which conducted ritualistic services at the grave were: George L. Mobley, Millard M. Anglebarger, Charles F. Seeger, J.E. Ferguson, Walter E. Eiker, Franklin N. Shipley.  Interment in Central Cemetery.  M.R. Etchison and Son, funeral directors.

John T. S. Albaugh  - hand dated 10/24/1950
     John Thomas Sim Albaugh, a life long resident of Liberty District was found dead about 3:30 o'clock Monday afternoon at his home near Libertytown, aged 72 years.  Death was attributed to coronary occlusion.
     Mr. Albaugh had been in declining health but his death was unexpected.  He was born near Libertytown on January 28, 1878, a son of the late Edward and Lucy Unkefer Albaugh.  He was a retired miller and was the last member of his immediate family.
     Surviving are a number of nieces and nephews and a daughter-in-law, Mrs. William Albaugh, near New Windsor.  Mr. Albaugh was a life long member of the Methodist Church and for many years was superintendent of the Sunday school.
     The body rests at the Libertytown funeral home Powell and Hartzler where it may be viewed this evening.  The remains will be taken to Methodist Church Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock where funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Reese Poffenberger.  Interment in Fairmount Cemetery.


John W. Albaugh  -  hand dated 1953
     Funeral services were conducted Wednesday for John W. Albaugh, well-known retired farmer of near Detour, who died at his home Sunday morning, February 15 at 8 o'clock.  Rev. Dixon A. Yaste officiated at the services which were held at 2 p.m. in Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church, Rocky Ridge, where the deceased was a member.
     A son of the late George W. and Sarah Valentine Albaugh, he was aged 85 years 2 months and 3 days.  Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Estella Schiffman, Dunkirk, NY and Mrs. Alicee Ream, Philadelphia; a son, Charles Albaugh, near Detour; six grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Charles Fogle, this place and Mrs. Margie A. Dorsey, Frederick.
     Interment was in the church cemetery.  M.L. Creage and Son, funeral directors.


John William Albaugh  -   hand dated 4/22/1938
     John William Albaugh, 75 years old, of Lime Kiln, died suddenly Wednesday morning at 4 o'clock at Montevue Hospital.  Mr. Albaugh was the son of the late Christian and Eleanor Albaugh of Frederick, and for a number of years was an employe of the Gore Lime Company.  Survivors are one brother, Lewis R. Albaugh, of Baltimore, two half brothers, Ingomar Albaugh of Frederick and Carl Albaugh of Taneytown.
     Funeral services were held at the grave in Mt. Olivet Cemetery Thursday afternoon at four o'clock.  Harry E. Carty Company, funeral directors.


Joshua V. Albaugh  -   hand dated 1/22/1935
     Joshua Valentine Albaugh died at his home in Libertytown Saturday night at 10:45 o'clock of hardening of the arteries, 75 years of age.  He was a son of the late Joshua and Suasannah Albaugh and a life-long resident of Liberty District.  He was a farmer, but discontinued farming about thirty years ago.  He was twice married, his first wife being formerly Miss Lucretia Ramsburg, one son, William V. Albaugh, Baltimore survives this union.  His second wife was formerly Miss Clara Lennar.  One sister, Mrs. R.D. Simpson, of this city and three brothers, John H. Albaugh, this city, Thomas F. Albaugh, Clyde Ohio and Irving S. Albaugh, Libertytown, also survive.  The funeral will take place from his late home this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with services by his pastor, Rev. J. Frank Fife assisted by Rev. George K. Ely, his former pastor.  Interment will be made in Fairmount Cemetery, Libertytown.   Powell and Albaugh, funeral directors.


Mrs. Herbert Albaugh -   hand dated 4/24/1963
     Mrs. Kate C. Albaugh, 85, widow of Herbert Albaugh, died early this morning at her home in Walkersville, following a long illness.  She was born in Baltimore county, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hartmon and was a member of the Walkersville Methodist Church.
     Surviving are one son, Ernest W. Albaugh, Walkersville; four grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.
     The body is at the G.C. Burton funeral home in Walkersville where friends may call after 9 a.m. Sunday.  Funeral services will be held at the funeral home Monday at 11 a.m.  Interment will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Woodsboro.


Leslie Oscar Albaugh  -   hand dated 5/6/1963
     Leslie Oscar Albaugh, 74, of near Union Bridge, died at Frederick Memorial Hospital this morning after an illness of two weeks.  He was born in Frederick county, a son of the late Charles T. and Emma Stottlemeyer Albaugh.
     Having twice married , his first wife Cora Halin Albaugh, predeceased him by 17 years.  He was an employe of the Western Maryland Railway Shop in Union Bridge until his retirement three years ago.
     Surviving are his present wife, Mrs. Nellie Bostian Albaugh, two children, Oscar Albaugh, near Union Bridge and Mrs. Helen Fuss, Dillsburg, Pa; two step-children, Miss Gladys Bostian, Hanover, Pa. and Stanley Bostian; three brothers, Jacob Albaugh, Savage; Harlan K Albaugh, Sykesville and George Albaugh, Randallstown; four sisters, Mrs. Margaret Hilderbrick, Taneytown, Mrs. Edith Gruber, Rocky Ridge, Mrs. Myrtle Affeldt, Ellicott City and Mrs. Elsie Putman, New Midway; six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.   (buried Chapel Liberty)


Mrs. Lucy A. Albaugh - hand dated 1947
     Mrs. Lucy Ann Albaugh, widow of William H. Albaugh died Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at her late home in Walkersville, aged 91 years 2 months and 24 days.  She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Stover and was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran church, Utica.  Mrs. Albaugh had been bedfast for the last two years and recently suffered a paralytic stroke.
     Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Esta Mae Warrenfeltz, Baltimore; and two sons, Truman Albaugh, Lewistown and William M. Albaugh, Walkersville.   Six grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and one great great-grandchild also survive.
     Funeral services from the home Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, conducted by Rev. E.K. Helwig.  Interment Mt. Hope cemetery, Woodsboro.   M.L. Creager and Son, funeral directors.


Mrs. Lula V. Albaugh  -   hand dated 2/8/1966
     Mrs. Lulu Viola Albaugh, 60, formerly of near Union Bridge, died yesterday in an area hospital following a long illness.  Her husband, the late Clarence U. Albaugh, died four years ago.
     A native of Carroll county, Mrs. Albaugh is survived by her step-father, John Ibex of Westminster; a daughter Miss Mary Louise Albaugh of near New Windsor; two step-daughters; Mrs. Oscar Petry of near New Windsor and Mrs. Clinton Crushong of Westminster; and three step-sons; Gaylord Albaugh of Westminster, and Hezekiah and George Albaugh, both of Union Bridge.
     Also survive are four half-sisters: Mrs. Charles Morgan of Union Bridge, Mrs. Dorothy Curry of Westminster, Mrs. Benjamin Hiser of Seven Families, Pa. and Mrs. margaret E. Davis of Littlestown, Pa., and four half-brothers: Lee Nusbaum and Edward Ibex, both of Westminster, Raymond Rill of Hamstead and Herbert Ibex of Baltimore.


Mrs. Lydia Maude Albaugh   -  hand dated 2/18/1959
     Mrs. Lydia Maude Albaugh, widow of John D. Albaugh, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Russell Hoover, near Uniontown, Tuesday night at 8 o'clock following an illness of ten weeks.  Aged 75 years, she was born in Carroll county, a daughter of the late Ezra and Mary Rider Nusbaum.  Her husband predeceased her by two years.
     Surviving are the following children:  Ira R. Albaugh, Sr., Mrs. Evelyn Carbaugh, Mrs. Bertha Hoover, with whom she resided, William T. Albaugh, all of near Uniontown; Mrs. Helen Fritz, Uniontown, twelve grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Charles Wells, of Baltimore.
     She was a lifelong member of the Church of the Brethren.
     The body is at the Union Bridge funeral home of D.D. Hartzler and Sons where friends may call Friday evening.  It will be removed to the Union Bridge Church of the Brethren Saturday afternoon at one o'clock where services will be held at two o'clock.  Rev. Glen M. Baird will officiate, assisted by Rev. Berkeley Bowman.  Interment in Pipe Creek Cemetery.


Miss Mary M. Albaugh  -   hand dated 2/10/1939
     Miss Mary M. Albaugh, daughter of the late Edward and Lucy Unkefer Albaugh, died at the family home near Libertytown Tuesday morning at 7:20 o'clock.   She was aged 75 years, 3 months, 28 days.  Death followed six months' illness.
     Surviving are three brothers, Frank B. Albaugh, Detour; William J. Albaugh, New Windsor; J.T. Sim Albaugh, at home.  A number of nieces and nephews also survive.
     The funeral services were held Thursday afternoon, meeting at the late home at 1:30 o'clock with further services in the Methodist Protestant church at Libertytown.  Interment in Fairmount cemetery.  Powell and Albaugh, funeral directors.


Mrs. Mary M. Albaugh  -   hand dated 8/15/1952
     Mrs. Mary Margaret Albaugh, widow of Eugene H. Albaugh, recently of Frederick and Washington died suddenly, Wednesday 2 p.m. at San Mar Fahrney Memorial Home near Boonsboro, where she had resided for two years past.
     Born in Frederick, June 4, 1866, a daughter of the late John T. and Mary Wisong Moore, she resided here her entire lifetime with the exception of ten years residence in Washington and the past two years at Boonsboro.
     She was the last of her immediate family and maintained membership in the Frederick Evangelical Reformed church to the time of her demise.
     Surviving are one son, Howard M. Albaugh, 336 E. Third street; two grandchildren, Edwin D. Albaugh Sr., Frederick and Mrs. Paul H. Gleichman, Riegelsville, Pa.; three great-grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews.
     Remains rest at the funeral home, 54 E. Patrick Street, where friends may call after 7 o'clock tonight.


Maurice J. Albaugh  -   hand dated 9/3/1965
     Maurice J. Albaugh, 77, Thurmont banker, died last night at Frederick Memorial Hospital.  He was the husband of Mrs. Margaret Dorsey Albaugh.
     Mr. Albaugh was born in Missouri.  He was a son of the late Frank T. and Maggie Albaugh, and was a member of St. John's Lutheran church at Thurmont.
     He was also a member of the Edwin C. Creeger Jr., Post, American Legion of Thurmont and Thurmont Lodge of Odd Fellows.  He was a veteran of World War I.
     Mr. Albaugh began his banking career in Thurmont where he was employed for three years.  Later, he went to the Woodsboro bank, where he was employed as a cashier for 3* years.
     His son, Frank, was one of the first Thurmont men to be killed in World War II.
     Besides his wife, he leaves a daughter Mrs. Mary Catherine Coale of Bellsville, Il; two sisters: Miss Helen and Miss Catherine Albaugh; both of Thurmont and two grandsons.    (Burial Blue Ridge Thurmont)


Maurice J. Albaugh  -   hand dated 6/18/1948
     Maurice J. Albaugh, well-known retired resident of Thurmont, died during the night at his home on E. Main Street.  He was one of the oldest citizens of the town, having observed his 88th Birthday in April.
     Mr. Albaugh had been ill for about a week, but prior to that time had been about as usual.  Years ago he was associated with the old Citizens Savings Bank at Thurmont and later was in the confectionary business.  He had been retired for some years.
     He was the son of the late Isaac and Catherine Albaugh.   Mr. Albaugh was married twice.  His first wife was the late Mary Catherine Weller Albaugh and his second wife, Mary A. Curren Albaugh, predeceased him by three years.
     He was a member of the Junior Order of American Mechanics and at one time had served as a company commissioner and as an engineer on the Western Maryland Railroad.  He is survived by a number of nieces and nephews and several cousins.
     Friends may call at the late residence from seven until 9 o'clock this evening.  Funeral services will be held there Friday afternoon at three o'clock.  Rev. Charles Corbett will officiate.  Interment will be in the Thurmont United Brethren Cemetery.


Miss Mollie E. Albaugh   -  hand dated 9/3/1946
     Miss Mollie E. Albaugh died suddenly at her home in New Windsor Thursday at 9:50 p.m. after being ill only about an hour.  Death was due to a cerebral hemorrahage.  She was born March 21, 1864 in Frederick county, the daughter of Charles A. and Julia Rout Albaugh.  She was 82 years of age and has no immediate survivors.


Mrs. Truman G. Albaugh   -  hand dated 7/31/1942
     Mrs. Nellie May Karcher Albaugh, wife of Truman G. Albaugh died at her home near Utica at 6 o'clock Monday morning, aged 58 years.  Death resulted  from complications after an illness extending over six months.   Besides her husband, she is survived by a sister, Mrs. Katherine Swann, Washington; a brother Frank Bandell, Baltimore and a niece, Nellie M. Swann, Washington.  She was a member of the Utica Lutheran church.
     The funeral of Mrs. Nellie M. Albaugh, wife of Truman G. Albaugh, who died Monday morning was held on Wednesday with services at the funeral home in Thurmont, at 2:30 o'clock, conducted by Rev. F.R. Selbel.  Pallbearers were Paul Buhrman, Clarence Stottlemyer, Norman Harper, Elmer Smith, Bradley Clem and Merhl Ramsburg.  Interment in Utica cemetery.  M.L. Creager and Son, funeral directors.


DEATHS - Mrs. Charles D. Albaugh   -  hand dated 10/8/1963
     Mrs. Nettie Mae Albaugh, 76, of Taneytown, died yesterday afternoon at the Annie M. Warner Hospital, Gettysburg.
     She was the widow of the late Charles D. Albaugh and a daughter of the late John and Minerva Green Harmon.
     She is survived by two sons, Harmon Albaugh, Glen Burnie and J. Thomas Albaugh, Taneytown and one sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Bowersox, Hanover, Pa.   Two grandsons also survive.
     She was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church, Taneytown.
     Funeral services will be held Friday 2 p.m. from the C.O. Fuss and Son Funeral Home, Taneytown.  Rev. Howard W. Miller officiating.   Interment will be in the Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Taneytown.
     Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday evening.


Mrs. Clarence U. Albaugh   -  hand dated 2/7/1939
     Mrs. Mary Louise Albaugh, wife of Clarence U. Albaugh, died at her home in Unionville, Monday morning at 6 o'clock after a short illness of im******; aged 31 years 3 months 16 days.  She is survived by her husband and five children, Minnie Lee, Emma Jane, Hezekiah W., Gaylord T. and George William Albaugh, all at home. Three sisters Mrs. Roland Harmon, Union Bridge; Mrs. Charles Otto, Westminster; Miss Elizabeth Steele, Union Bridge; and two brothers, Carroll Steeele, Baltimore; and Hezekiah Steele at home also survive.  Funeral Wednesday from the late home at 1:30 o'clock with services in the Union Bridge Lutheran church.  Interment Pipe Creek cemetery near Uniontown.  Powell and Albaugh, funeral director.


Mrs. Mary E. Albaugh  -   hand dated 7/13/1948
     Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Albaugh, widow of Charles E. Albaugh, died at the home of her son-in-law and daughter at 2 o'clock after a lingering illness of three months, aged 80 years.  She was born in Frederick county, a daughter of the late James G. and Sarah Burgess Jones.  Besides her daughter, Mrs. Rachel V. Jones, she is survived by one son, Walter B. Albaugh, Baltimore; one brother J. Burgess Jones, Central and a sister, Miss Clara V. Jones, New Market, and two grandchildren.
     Funeral from the late home Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock (DST) conducted by Rev. K.D. Swecker.  Interment Central cemetery.  C.M. Waltz, funeral director.


Mrs. Mary A. Albaugh  -   hand dated 2/25/1947
     Mrs. Mary Alice Albaugh, of Woodsboro, widow of George E. Albaugh, died at Emergency Hospital Saturday morning at 3:15 o'clock of general debility, aged 87 years 7 months and 14 days.  She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Buck and was a life long member of the Woodsboro Evangelical Lutheran church.   She is survived by one son, Charles E. Albaugh, of Woodsboro; two grandsons, Hiram G. M. and J. Thomas Albaugh, both of Taneytown, and a great-grandson, Thomas Albaugh.


Mrs. Maurice J. Albaugh   -  hand dated 8/24/1945
     Mrs. Mary A. Albaugh, wife of Maurice J. Albaugh, died of complications at her home in Thurmont Thursday at 1:30 a.m.  Aged 70 years, she had been in declining health for the past six months, the last three of which she had been confined to bed.
     She was the daughter of the late Charles and Amanda Currens and was a member of St. John's Lutheran church, Thurmont.
     She is survived by her husband, three sisters, Mrs. M.O. Raid, New Windsor; Mrs. Anna M. Jones and Mrs. J. Howard Creeger, both of Thurmont; and two brothers, Edgar R. Sykesville and R.C. Currens, Oak Park, IL.
     Friends are invited to call at the late residence this evening from seven to nine o'clock and Saturday until three o'clock in the afternoon at which time funeral services will be held there in charge of Rev. Charles H. Corbatt.   Burial in Thurmont United Brethren cemetery.  C.O. Fuss and Son, funeral directors.


Miss Martha A. Albaugh   -  hand dated 11/17/1936
     Miss Martha A. Albaugh, daughter of the late Edward and Lucy Unkefer Albaugh died at her home near Libertytown Friday night at 11:45 o'clock after a short illness of paralysis.  She was aged 67 years 2 months and 3 days.
     She is survived by two sisters, Miss Mary Albaugh at home; Mrs. Susan R. White, of Baltimore; three brothers, Frank of Detour; William J., New Windsor; J.T. Sim Albaugh at home and a number of nieces and nephews.
     Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the late home at 1:30 o'clock with further services at the M.P. church in Libertytown, conducted by her pastor, Rev. W.W. Sylvester.  Interment in Fairmount cemetery.  Powell and Albaugh, funeral directors.


Mrs. I.W. Albaugh  -   hand dated 11/10/1965
     Mrs. Orna Clara Albaugh, 85, widow of Ingomar W. Albaugh, former sheriff of Frederick county, who resided with a daughter, Mrs. Ralph C. Betson, Willow Avenue, died today in Montevue Infirmary.
     The last of her immediate family, she was the daughter of the late Amos and Hettie Wolfe Willet of Littlestown, Pa.  Surviving are the following children: Charles R. Albaugh, Mrs. Thomas W. Cook and Mrs. Ralph C. Betson, all of Frederick; step daughter, Mrs. Imogene Crouch, Pasadena and Mrs. W.C. Elder, Albuquerque, NM.  Eleven grandchildren, twenty four great-grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews also survive.
     Mrs. Albaugh was a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church and the Mountain City, Temple 14, Pythian Sisters.  (Burial Mt. Olivet)


Miss R. Inde Albaugh  -   hand dated 3/10/1944
     Miss R. Inde Albaugh died at her home in Pleasant Valley, CT Sunday night.  Funeral services were held in Central church, near New London with burial in the adjoining cemetery Thursday morning at 11 o'clock.
     The deceased was born and spent her early life in the Central neighborhood.  She was a daughter of Jasper and Rachel Hoy Albaugh and she was one of the first young ladies in that vicinity to take a nurses training course in a Baltimore hospital.  She was endowed with unusual professional and executive ability and was offered the position of superintendent of nurses in the Barnard Sanatorium, where she served until the institute passed into other mangement.  She then went to Grace Hospital, New Haven, CT, serving in like capacity there for ten years.  During the first World War she was active in Red Cross management in Washington and had continued Red Cross work at intervals in Hartford, CT and was an instructor in Red Cross shortly before her death.  She is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Charles D. Walker, near Central; Mrs. Charles W. Ray, Sandy Springs and Mrs. William P. Richardson, NY and FL.


Mrs. Harry E. Albaugh  -   hand dated 10/18/1962
     Mrs. Rosa Eleanor Albaugh, widow of Harry E. Albaugh, formerly of Utica died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edna Bohrman, 642 Trail Avenue, where she had resided for the past year, Wednesday at 12:20 p.m., aged 90 years.
     She was a daughter of the late David L. and Susan Creager Measeil and was a life time member of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church, Utica.   Mrs. Albaugh was an avid reader and interested in current events until stricken with her last illness two days prior to her death.
     Surviving are the following children: Mrs. G. Bernard Zimmerman, Mrs. Buhrman, Luther A. Albaugh, all of this city; Mrs. Garnet Noffsinger, Feagaville and  H. Ward Albaugh, Baltimore.  Five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren also survive.  She was the last of her immediate family.
     The body is at the funeral home, 105 E. Church street where friends may call after 7 p.m. today.  Funeral services will be held at the funeral home Saturday at 2 p.m.  Interment in Utica cemetery.  M.R. Etchison and Son, funeral directors.


Mrs. Sarah A. Albaugh  -   hand dated 2/10/1950
     Mrs. Sarah A. Albaugh of Taneytown, widow of John Thomas Albaugh, died Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at the Annie M. Warner Hospital, Gettysburg, Pa.  She had been in her usual good health until last Thursday, when she sustained a fractured hip in a fall.  A daughter of the late Emanuel and Susan Overholtzer, she was aged 92 years.  Her husband died 23 years ago.  Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. G.W. Milne, McMinisville, Org.; Mrs. Frank Crouse, Taneytown; Mrs. Harriet Fringer, York, Pa.  A number of nieces and nephews also survive.  She was a life long member of Haugh's Lutheran church.
     The body is at the funeral home in Taneytown where friends may call today from seven to nine p.m.  Services will be conducted there Friday afternoon at two o'clock by Rev. R.C. Myers.  Interment in Taneytown Reformed Cemetery.  C.O. Fuss and Son, funeral director.


Mrs. Sarah L. Albaugh  -   hand dated 2/24/1950
     Mrs. Sarah L. Albaugh, widow of John Valentine Albaugh, of Libertytown and a resident of the I.O.O.F. home for over six years died there Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock at the age of 89.  She was a daughter of the late John and Sarah E. Baker Leahart.  She was a member of the Lutheran Church, Samaritan Rebakah Ladies No. 51, of Frederick, and the Sons and Daughters of Liberty.   Surviving is one sister, Mrs. Belle Wachter, of Utica.  The body will be removed from the funeral home, 106 E. Church Street, to the Odd Fellows Home, at noon today.  Funeral services will be conducted at the I.O.O.F. Home Thursday, 11 a.m.   Interment will be made in Fairmount Cemetery, Liberty.  M.R. Etchison and Son, funeral directors.


Deaths - An Infant  - hand dated 4/25/1960
     Sharon Lynn Albaugh, five hour old daughter of Hezekiah and Betty Keaney Albaugh of the Union Bridge area, died Sunday morning at 11:30 a.m. in the Frederick Memorial Hospital.
     Besides her parents, she is survived by one brother, Donald Eugene Albaugh, living at home, paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Albaugh of Union Bridge, and a maternal grandmother, Mrs. Belva Keeney of the Walkersville area.
     Graveside services will be conducted by Rev. William M. Brown at the Rocky Hill Lutheran church cemetery near Woodsboro on Tuesday morning at 10 a.m.  G.C. Barton of Walkersville is the funeral director.