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Ward Cemetery
Hunting Hill, Montgomery County, Maryland

Botany Way and Rolling Green Way, Hunting Hill, Maryland

Contributed by Anne Braun, Jan 02, 2008, last edited Jan 10, 2008 [annieb1961@comcast.net]. Total records = 10.

In Gaithersburg from the intersection of Highway 28 and Muddy Branch Road, go southwest onto Muddy Branch Road for .75 miles. Turn onto Lake Winds Place and go .2 miles southeast and turn onto Rolling Green Way and continue northesat for .5 miles. The cemetery sits on the southeast corner of Botany Way and Rolling Green Way.

This cemetery is a well maintained family cemetery. The cemetery is the home to descendants of William H. Ward who was a prominent farmer and carpenter in the area. It was neglected for years until 1988 when a subdivision of houses was built. They cleaned the cemetery out and put a black iron fence around it back in the late 1980s.

I visited and walked this cemetery on Dec 27, 2007.

- Anne Braun

Higgins, Victorine Ward, b. Jan 14, 1856, d. Feb 12, 1935, w/o Charles, s/w Iradelle and Johanna
Ward, Alfred L., b. Aug 14, 1919, d. Mar 3, 1992
Ward, Augustus C., b. Sep 14, 1860, d. Mar 18, 1888
Ward, Elizabeth A., b. Aug 17, 1821, d. Sep 5, 1889, age 68 yrs and 12 da, w/o William
Ward, Franklin, b. Aug 10, 1862, d. Aug 12, 1865
Ward, Iradelle, b. Jul 7, 1858, d. Feb 22, 1933
Ward, Johanna, b. Jul 5, 1858, d. May 21, 1928
Ward, Mary E., b. Jan 11, 1823, d. May 23, 1895, Mother, s/w Thomas
Ward, Thomas F., b. Mar 5, 1822, d. Apr 9, 1894, Father
Ward, William H., b. Mar 22, 1815, d. Oct 11, 1885, age 70 years
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