5th Sgt. James Garland Quensenberry – [Plot B-42; Barely Readable] ADOPTED



Died 8/13/1914, aged 69.


6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland


James G. Quesenberry  (Confederate)

- Enlisted as Sergeant

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into G Company, 22nd Cavalry (Virginia)

Sources for the above information:
- Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records


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Pvt. John H.S. Quynn – [Plot B-22; Fairly Readable] ADOPTED



Born February 3, 1842, in Notingham, Prince George’s County, MD….Came to Baltimore where we [Quynn and his friend Edward Rich] were both captured, court martialled, and sentenced to be hung. However this sentence was commuted to imprisonment.


1) Toomey, Page 76


Died 10/28/1916, aged 74.


6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland


The (Baltimore) Sun 3 November 1916


Death Thins Ranks In Confederate Home At Pikesville

   The ranks of the Maryland Line Confederate Veterans in the home at Pikesville has been thinned by four deaths within the last fortnight, the last death that of John T. Handy, occurring yesterday morning.  Mr. Handy was a member of the Washington Artillery of New Orleans and at the was had attained the rank of orderly sergeant.  He was born in Somerset county, Md.  The funeral will be held from the home this afternoon and burial will be in Loudon Park Cemetery.

   Leo. J. Tierney, of the Twelfth Virginia Cavalry, another veteran who died at the home within the last two weeks, was buried at Harpers Ferry, W, Va. from the home of relatives.  The other two were George W. Hoffman, a native of this city, who served in the First Maryland Infantry, and J.H. S. Quynn, a private in Company E, First Maryland Cavalry.  Mr. Tierney was 91 years old; Mr. Hoffman 79 and Mr. Quynn, 75.  There are now 75 inmates in the home.


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