Local obituary notices in Frederick, MD
Yesterday | via The Bitterroot Star
On October 16, 2014, Gene W. Crosby's biological military experiment ended for him. Comment?
Monday | via Aurora Advocate
Katharine E. Stevens Dix, wife of the late Gordon C. Dix, a principal in Dix Communications' media business, died Saturday, October 18, 2014, at her home in the Copeland Oaks retirement community. She was 96. Born in Ravenna, Ohio, January 8, 1918, she was the daughter of Dr. Earl Orin Stevens and his wife, Helen Brigham Stevens. Comment?
Monday | via Recordpub.com
Katharine E. Stevens Dix, wife of the late Gordon C. Dix, a principal in Dix Communications' media business, died Saturday, October 18, 2014, at her home in the Copeland Oaks retirement community. Comment?
Saturday Oct 11 | via Martinsburg Journal
Tad Christopher Routzahn, 25, of Frederick, Maryland, passed away Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014, at Frederick Memorial Hospital, after a long battle with muscular dystrophy. Born Oct. 14, 1988, he was the son of Karen A. Williams. Comment?
Friday Oct 10 | via The Las Vegas Sun
This Week in The Civil War for Sunday, Oct. 12: Chief Justice of Supreme Court in Dred Scott case dies. The fifth chief justice of the United States, Roger Brooke Taney, died this week 150 years ago during the final months of the Civil War. Comment?
Friday Oct 3 | via ABC News
Confederates after the fall of Atlanta waged harassing attacks on Union forces northwest of that major Southern city 150 years ago this week in the Civil War. A Confederate force moving northward around Atlanta clashed with Union troops for several hours on Oct. 5, 1864, near Allatoona Pass. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 1 | via Martinsburg Journal
Born Sept. 18, 1923, in Washington, D.C., he was the son of the late William Ernest and Ione Harbin Sr. William served proudly in the United States Army during World War II. Comment?
Sep 20, 2014 | via Martinsburg Journal
Born Sept. 19, 1948, in Frederick, Maryland, he was the son of the late Harvey Harding and Ethel Rutherford Harding. Comment?
Sep 19, 2014 | via OUPblog
Most of what we hear and read about twelfth-century hottie Rosamund Clifford, aka "Fair Rosamund," just wasn't so. True, she was Henry II's mistress. Comment?
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