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Lorraine Park Cemetery
Woodlawn, Baltimore County, Maryland

5608 Dogwood Road, Woodlawn MD

Lat: 39°18'52"N, Lon: 76°43'10"W

This is not a complete listing of all of the burials in this cemetery. The records below were provided by contributors to Interment.net. last edited Oct 12, 2011. Total records = 16.

Contributor's Index:

Giggard, Effie Maud Leister, b. Apr 1875, d. 06 May 1944, [MG]
Giggard, Harry Gilmor, b. Jan 1867, d. 30 May 1929, [MG]
Giggard, Hering Leister, b. 20 Feb 1896, d. 31 Aug 1938, [MG]
Giggard, Isabell Gertrude, b. 22 Aug 1898, d. 23 Feb 1976, [MG]
King, Mary Irene Thomas, b. 9 Aug 1857 Baltimore MD, d. 2 Oct 1942 San Diego CA, w/o Rev. Thomas A. King, d/o Elias and Catherine L. (McKnew) Thomas, [GK]
King, Thomas Allibone, Rev, b. 15 Nov 1856 Cecil Co, MD, d. 12 Jan 1927 Jacksonville, FL, s/o Fransic IV and Sarah M (Canan) King, [GK]
Moore, Bertha Rice, b. 23 Dec 1877, d. 06 Jan 1967, w/o Jesse F, [RM]
Moore, Jesse F., b. 10 Nov 1878, d. 12 Jul 1959, [RM]
Rial, Catherine E., b. 27 Nov 1886 d. 29 Aug 1961, w/o William F. Rial, d/o William (Wilhelm) Frederick Roeper and Margaretha Kurtz, [EC]
Rial, William F., b. 8 Dec 1879, d. 22 Dec 1948, h/o Catherine E. Rial (Roeper), s/o William J Rial and Elizabeth Krieb, [EC]
Rockwell, Harry S, b. unk, d. 6 Jan 1953, [MG]
Rockwell, I. Leland "Rocky", b. c.1905, d. 3 Mar 1949, [MG]
Rockwell, Lillie Merle Giggard, b. 1901, d. 7 Sep 1955, [MG]
Rockwell, Rachel, b. unk, d. 25 Jan 1956, [MG]
Thomas, Catherine Louise McKnew, b. 18 Oct 1832 MD, d. 2 Oct 1910 Pikesville MD, w/o Elias Thomas, d/o Mr. and Allethia (Pickrell) McKnew, [GK]
Thomas, Elias, b. 3 Aug 1828 MD, d. 4 Oct 1913 Woodlawn, MD, [GK]

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