In 1863-64, when the Maryland Line was at Hanover Junction, she collected a library of good, instructive books for the use of the command, and encouraged the men to build, under her directions, a chapel, which was used alike by catholic and protestant, without regard to sect. Lt. Samuel McCullough, Co.D 2nd MD Inf

SPENCER CONE JONES

Service Records

BORN: 

    •    JULY 3, 1836 ROCKVILLE (MONTGOMERY COUNTY), MARYLAND

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DEATH: 

    •    APRIL 1, 1915 NEW OREANS, LOUISIANA

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BURIED: 

    •    MOUNT OLIVET CEMETARY, FREDERICK, MARYLAND

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MARRIED: 

    •    ELLEN BREWER IN 1871

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MILITARY SERVICE:

    •    COMPANY D 1ST MARYLAND CAVALRY 1862-1865

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POST WAR:

    •    SCHOOL TEACHER IN TEXAS (2 YEARS)

    •    LAWYER IN ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND

    •    MARYLAND STATE ATTORNEY

    •    MARYLAND STATE SENATOR

    •    TREASURER OF MARYLAND

    •    MAYOR OF ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND

    •    CHAIRMAN OF MARYLAND STATE FINANCE COMMITTEE

    •    PRESIDENT MARYLAND STATE SENATE

    •    MARYLAND STATE GOVERNOR NOMINEE FOR DEMOCRAT TICKET

    •    VICE PRESIDENT BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE STATE SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF

    •    PRESIDENT OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK

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AFFILIATIONS:

    •    ARMY & NAVY CONFEDERATE VETERANS

    •    MASON

    •    KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS