M, #16084, b. 11 September 1843, d. 25 June 1921
|Birth*||11 September 1843 ||George H Twilley was born on 11 September 1843 at Maryland.1 |
|Military*|| ||He was in the military Confederate veteran per obit, slightly wounded in action. |
|Marriage License||30 October 1869 ||He and Mary C Hassett obtained a marriage license on 30 October 1869 at Dorchester Co., Maryland; bk 4 pg 65 http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~billk/Marriages/MaleT-Z.txt. |
|Marriage*||1 November 1869 ||George H Twilley married Mary C Hassett, daughter of (__________) Hassett and Olivia (__________), on 1 November 1869 at Dorchester Co., Maryland.2 |
|Census1880*||1880 ||George H Twilley appeared on the 1880 census as the head of household, ED 26 pg 10b #72-90, Cambridge, Dorchester Co., Maryland, along with Mary C Hassett, James Twilley, George Walter Twilley and Olivia (__________). His info on the census included Twilley, George H 36 b.MD fisherman. |
|Marriage*||between 1866 and 1890 ||George H Twilley married Alwilda Bassett, daughter of John W Bassett and Elizabeth R Harding, between 1866 and 1890 probably after 1886 since not in Dorchester County Maryland Marriage Records 1866-1886, and that also makes sense for their first child born in 1890. |
|Census1910*||1910 ||George H Twilley appeared on the 1910 census as the head of household, ED 49 sht 7a pg 372 #76-76, Salem, Dorchester Co., Maryland, along with Alwilda Bassett, John Earl Twilley, Mary Alwilda Twilley, Elizabeth Twilley, Brice G Twilley, Russell A Twilley and Josephine Twilley . His info on the census included Twilley (indexed Swilley), George H 66 b.MD married 21 years, farmer employed on a general farm, rents. |
|Death*||25 June 1921 ||George H Twilley died on 25 June 1921 at 130 Race St, Cambridge, Dorchester Co., Maryland, at age 77.1 |
|Obituary||26 June 1921 ||His obituary: on 26 June 1921 at Baltimore American, Maryland, George H. Twilley Dead|
Was Last But One of Confederate Veterans in Talbot County
(Special Dispatch to the Baltimore American)
Cambridge, MD., June 25 - George H. Twilley, a Confederate veteran, died at 4 o'clock this morning at his home on Race street of a paralytic attack sustained several days ago. Mr. Twilley was slightly wounded in action during the War of Secession. He was a charter member of Rescue Fire Company. His death leaves but one ex-Confederate soldier living in Dorchester county, A. Hamilton Bayly.
Mr. Twiley leaves a wife and 11 children (William J. Twilley, G. Walter Twilley, Brice G. Twilley, Mary A. Twilley and Josephine Twilley, all of Cambridge; Edgar R. Twilley of East New Market, Thomas B. Twilley of Aireys, Mrs. Nellie A. Bradley of Denton, John S. and Russell Twilley and Mrs. Elizabeth Foxwell of Baltimore). There are 16 grandchildren and one great-grandchild (Master Billie Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellwood Cook of Selbysville, Del.) The funeral will take place Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at Grace Church. Interment will be in Green Lawn Cemetery.
|Burial*||27 June 1921 ||He was buried on 27 June 1921 at Cambridge, Dorchester Co., Maryland.1 |