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Peachblossom Meeting House Cemetery
Easton, Talbot County, Maryland

Lat: 38° 43' 59"N, Lon: 76° 04' 06"W

Contributed by Anne Braun, Aug 18, 2007 [annieb1961@comcast.net]. Total records = 14.

To reach this cemetery in Easton, from the intersection of Highways 50 and 322, go south on Highway 50 for .5 until you see a six sided building on the east side of the road. There should be a gravel road next to it. Turn there and go up the gravel driveway. The cemetery is next to the church on the east side of the road.

This is a small church cemetery that is in good condition. The cemetery used to belong to the Peachblossom Meeting House Church (the six sided building) but now the cemetery is owned by the Church of the Brethen. On old maps it is called Little Round Top Church Cemetery.

I visited and read all existing and legible stones and markers in this cemetery on Aug 15, 2007. There were 4 headstones missing but the base is still there.

- Anne Braun

Bayman, Adelane, b. Sep 21, 1826, d. Feb 27, 1884
Bayman, Alverta J., b. Aug 23, 1869, d. Apr 20, 1900
Bayman, Dr. William R., b. Jun 11, 1822, d. Aug 8, 1895
Bayman, Rosie M., b. Nov 25, 1888, d. Mar 12, 1894, s/w Dr. William, Adelane, and Alverta
Rittenhouse, George A., b. Feb 9, 1895, d. Jan 13, 1919
Rittenhouse, Hannah A., b. 1869, d. 1952
Rittenhouse, J. Roy, b. 1870, d. 1946
Rittenhouse, Little Annie, b. Jun 1, 1893, d. Jul 8, 1899, d/o J. Roy and Hannah
Rittenhouse, Little Mary, b. Sep 7, 1892, d. Sep 26, 1895, d/o J. Roy and Hannah
Rittenhouse, Samuel C., b. 1843, d. 1918
Rittenhouse, Sarah C., b. 1845, d. 1920, s/w Samuel
Warner, James F.M., b. Aug 8, 1856, d. Aug 22, 1941
Warner, Mary Rittenhouse, b. Apr 2, 1864, d. May 7, 1943
Warner, Norman H., b. Oct 9, 1899, d. Nov 27, 1982
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