White Marsh Episcopal Church Cemetery

Near Trappe, Talbot Co., MD

Historical Sign
Remaining Walls
21 Feb 1812 Age 55 / Departed this life … wife of Thomas
BULLITT, Thomas S.
11 Oct 1821 Departed this life in the 23rd year of his age
11 May 1801 Departed this life age 29 / “He found the savior in his early youth, he loved his precept & exposed the truth, ? of all the world calls out & go ? to the psalms of bliss he stood, his happy spirit wishing ?, and go with him to mansions in the sky, from lasting heavenly bliss was bid remain, to the full fountain of redeeming love”
GRAFF, Elie Beatty 15 Dec 1821 25 Jun 1897 Born Montgomery Co., MD
GRAFF, Laura Montell 23 Nov 1822 17 Oct 1898 Wife of Elie Beatty Graff / Born Nassau West Indies
GRAHAM, Malcolm

CSA Co F 3rd MD Inf
HARRISON, William, Jr. 08 Jul 1780 29 Nov 1827
MAYNADIER, Daniel 16?? 1745 Rector of St Peter’s Parish 1711-1745 / Hannah M.
MAYNADIER, Hannah Martin

MERRICK, Charles R. 25 Aug 1856 22 Jan 1863 In memory of …
MERRICK, Mary J. 19 May 1834 18 Feb 1902 Wife of Samuel B.
MERRICK, Samuel B. 21 Jun 1817 15 Dec 1891
MERRICK, Unknown 19__? 1861 22 Jan 1863 In memory of … / Damaged tombstone
Historical plaque / Maryland State Society Sons of the American Revolution
Below this plaque lies the grave of Robert Morris, Sr., buried 1750. An ironmonger in Liverpool England before he immigrated to Oxford, Maryland where he became a successful merchant and agent. Mr. Morris accumulated a fortune that he bequeathed to his son, Robert Morris (20 Jan 1734-7 May 1806), the financier of the American Revolution and a Signer of the Declaration of Independence. A grateful nation remembers.
MORRIS, Robert
12 Jul 1750 Inscription below
In memory of Robert Morris native of Liverpool in Great Britain / Late a merchant at Oxford in this province; punctual integrity influenced his dealings, principle of honor governed his actions, with an uncommon degree of sincerity, he despised artiface & dissimulation, his friendship was firm, candid & valuable; his charity frequent secret & well adapted; his zeal for the public good active & useful; his hospitality was enhanced by his conversation seasoned with cheerful wit & a sound judgment; A salute from the cannon of a ship: the wad fracturing his arm was the signal by which he departed, greatly lamented as he was esteemed / In the 40th year of his age on 12th day of July MDCCL. Tombstone cover restored 1898
NICHOLS, Henry, Junr.
20 Dec 1700? Age 20-1 / Here lyeth the body of, departed this life
NICHOLS, Jeremiah, Mr.
18 Oct 1753 Sacred to the memory of … Departed this life age 40-6-6 / Son of Rev. Henry Nichols / This tomb is dedicated by his sorrowful relict Deborah N.
NICHOLS, Unknown

Departed this life, age 6 months / Child of Jeremiah & Deborah
PARROTT, Elizabeth
23 May 1846 Sacred to the memory of … departed this life in the 42nd year of her age / Consort of Thomas
REDDIE, Ellen 27 May 1818 18 Mar 1878 In memory of … wife of James / Born Eifeshire, Scotland
REDDIE, James 23 Oct 1814 09 Sep 1897 In memory of … born Eifeshire, Scotland
TAYLOR, John Haron
23 Mar 1792 Age 47 years / Here lieth the body of … who departed this life …
THUME, Joseph 1836 1878

1834 Age 75 years / In memory of …

27 Sep 1787 Age 37 / Departed this life

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