October 5, 2023

In Memoriam: Edward Tearney

Died, February 16, 1902, at Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia, Edward Tearney, aged eighty four years and fourteen days. Mr. Tearney was a native of Ireland, but in his infancy he was brought to this country, and […]
July 24, 2023

The Doings of the Railroads

Last Saturday night, while every body slept except the railroaders, the little town of Brunswick, which used to be called Berlin, became the end of the first division of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, and the […]
July 18, 2023

Activities in parts of Old Jefferson

The Charlestown and Washington City Improvement Company, has very beautiful residence sites in the eastern suburbs of town, and the engineers are dividing and subdividing the lands of the company to the best advantage, whilst energetic […]
October 24, 2018

Death Notice: Hathun Walsh

“HATHUN WALSH, infant child of John and Kate L. Walsh, died at the residence of its grandparent, Mr. Edward Tearney, in Charlestown, on Thursday, October 16th— aged 1 week.”
October 24, 2018

Obituary: Kate Tearney Walsh

IN MEMORIAM. Died, October 8th, 1873, after a long illness, KATE L., daughter of Edward and Jane E. Tearney, of Harper’s Ferry, and wife of John Walsh, of Cumberland, Md., aged twenty-six years. The trite phrases […]