Descendants of James Gill Four Generations
1. James Gill, b. 1780 in Maryland, d. 3 Aug 1850 in Washington, DC, buried in Greenleafs Point, Washington, DC, occupation Grocer. He could have been born as late as 1790, however his obituary states that he was 70 years old at the time of his death. Dates of military service in the War of 1812: 19 Aug to 8 Oct 1814. Military rank: Private. Served in 2nd Regiment (Brent's) District of Columbia Militia. He was present during his service time and was paid $13.41 pay at the rate of $8 per month. His total service was one month and 21 days. Appeared in DC records 1816. Had a store and residence at 6th & M Sts, S.W. His obituary reads, "At his residence, Greenleaf's Point, August 3rd in the 70th year of his age, of consumption, James Gill. He was a good citizen, a kind parent and an honest man." Greenleafs Point, where he is buried, is now Ft. McNair. On the 1820 & 1830 census, and in the Washington Directory for 1822, the Gill and Pumphrey families lived in the same ward, and seemed to be only a few houses apart. James Gill and Susan Pumphrey had at least two other children, names unknown. Robert Gill who d. 1774/75 in Charles Co., Md. with sons James, John and Robert is possibly the ancestor (Grandfather?) of this James Gill. More research needed. He married Susan Pumphrey, married 19 Jun 1816 in Washington, D.C., b. 2 May 1795 in Prince George's Co., MD, (daughter of James Pumphrey and Usley Osborn) d. 12 Mar 1836 in Washington, D.C., buried in Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Susan: The only child known is John F. Gill. There were two other children (daugters), as yet not found. On her gravesite memorial: "In Memory of Susan Gill who was born May 2 in the year of our Lord 1795 and departed this life March 15, 1846, leaving an affectionate husband and three children to mourn her loss."
2. i John F. Gill b. circa 1820.
2. John F. Gill, b. circa 1820 in Washington, D.C., occupation Gardener/Laborer, d. aft 1870 in Washington, D.C. He lived at 34th and M St., SW, Washington, DC. He was a gardener in his younger days, later a cartman and laborer. He married (1) Patience Brown, married 3 May 1839 in Washington, D.C., b. ca 1820 in Virginia, (daughter of Speak Brown and Barbara *Unknown (Brown)) d. 15 Sep 1856 in Washington, DC, buried in Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Patience: Patience died of consumption (tuberculosis) at age 36. She was probably born in Alexandria, VA and grew up in Washington, D.C. She was originally buried in the cemetery called "Eastern Methodist Cemetery - Old Methodist", which was discontinued in 1893. This was connected with the 4th Street Methodist Church, which was founded in 1802 in a tobacco factory. She was re-interred in Congressional Cemetery. He married (2) Jane P. Bramell, married 7 Nov 1860 in Washington, D.C., b. ca 1830 in Virginia, d. 5 Nov 1871 in Washington, D.C.
i John W. Gill, b. ca 1840 in Washington, DC, d. 19 Jan 1919, occupation Laborer/Carpenter. John W. Gill married 1.) Sarah F. Sutton, 16 Jan 1861 in Washington, D.C.; 2.) Lucinda (?) after 1861. she was born about 1842 in Virginia.
3. ii James Perry Gill b. 18 Sep 1843.
4. iii Albert Gill b. ca 1851.
5. iv Levi Clinton Gill b. Oct 1853.
v Robert Gill, b. ca 1865 in MD.
vi Clifton Gill, b. ca 1869 in MD. Married Luvenia Harrover (Records of Pohick Church, Truro Parish, Fairfax Co., VA).
3. James Perry Gill, b. 18 Sep 1843 in Washington, DC, d. 10 Jan 1933 in Silver Spring, MD, buried 12 Jan 1933 in Rockville Union Cemetery, Avery Rd., Rockville, Montgomery Co., Md. His mother died when he was just 13 years old. James Perry Gill enlisted in the U.S. Navy 15 May 1863 at the Washington Navy Yard. He served on the ship "U.S.S. Primrose". He was discharged from the Potomac Flotilla 14 May 1864 as a 2nd Class Fireman. He enlisted 1 Sep 1864 as a Fireman, and was discharged from the "Thomas Freeborn" as 1st Class Fireman 31 May 1865. (From original document of the Treasury Department-Fourth Auditor Office, 31 Jan 1893.) On his Declaration for an Original Invalid Pension, he stated that he "incurred an injury to chest resulting disease of the same. This injury was incurred as the result of being thrown on a spittoon by a comrade in a friendly bout". He was treated at the Navy Yard Hospital for this injury. He had blue eyes and brown hair, and his height is listed on the original application as 5'10". His later application listed his height as 5'7". In 1864 he lived at 34 M South, Washington, D.C. - occupation "Fireman". His occupation in 1879 was listed as "Blacksmith". His occupation on the 1880 Census is listed as Farm Laborer. He died 2 weeks after his wife - was said to have become sick after attending her funeral on a cold and sleety day. Cause of death was "Acute Bronchitis". Medical Information on his death certificate stated: senility since 1927. His grandchildren called him "Grandpap". He married Anna Maria Rannie, married 11 Nov 1869 in Montgomery Co., MD, b. 12 Nov 1844 in Wheaton, MD, (daughter of James Rannie and Isabel Rainnie) d. 29 Dec 1932 in Silver Spring, MD, buried in Rockville Union Cemetery, Avery Rd., Rockville, Montgomery Co., MD. Anna: On 12 Oct 1922, James and Annie sold their farm, "Willow Brook", and moved to Silver Spring, MD. They lived on Grove Street around the corner from their daughter Molly Gill Hewitt. Annie died two weeks before her husband after 63 years of marriage. Her children wrote a song about her when they were small, which is still remembered. It begins "Annie Mari-ah, fell in the fi-ah"... The original Rannie home was at the intersection of Veirs Mill Rd. and Georgia Ave. in Wheaton, MD.
i Jessie Bell Gill, b. 22 Oct 1870 in Montgomery Co., MD, d. 12 Mar 1963 in Montgomery Co., MD, buried Mar 1963 in Rockville Union Cemetery, Rockville, MD. Jessie stayed on her farm near Waldorf, MD, for ten years after her husband died. She moved to Washington, D.C. in 1943 and lived on Gallatin St., NE. Jessie and her husband John Best did not have any children. She married John Best, married 6 Jan 1916 in Grace Episcopal Church, Silver Spring, MD, b. 14 Sep 1869 in MD, d. 6 Jan 1933 in MD, buried in Rockville Union Cemetery, Rockville, MD.
6. ii John Gill b. 2 Sep 1872.
7. iii Lottie Gill b. 17 Aug 1874.
8. iv Mary "Molly" Emma Gill b. 4 Nov 1876.
v James Emmet Gill, b. 6 Mar 1879 in Aspen, Montgomery Co., MD, d. 3 Jan 1901 in Aspen, Montgomery Co., MD, baptized 22 Jul 1883 at "Mrs. Dwyer's". Died with typhoid fever as a young man. At least one of his sisters (Nellie) also contracted the disease, and was terrified that she would also die. Montgomery Co. Sentinel January 11, 1901 - James E. Gill, son of Mr. James P. Gill, died of typhoid fever last week at the home of his father in Wheaton district aged 22 years. He was ill about two weeks.
9. vi Esther Gill b. 18 Oct 1881.
10.vii Nellie Edna Gill b. 16 Jan 1884.
11.viii Archibald Gill b. 1 Sep 1888.
4. Albert Gill, b. ca 1851 in Washington, DC, d. 4 Nov 1898 in Norbeck, Montgomery Co., MD, occupation Blacksmith. In 1879 he was living in Norbeck, owned 3 acres, and stated that he had settled in the area in 1865. He died without a will. His Inventory of Estate is on file in Montgomery Co., MD. At the time of his death, his estate was appraised at $123.19. He married Emma J. Nast, married ca 1871, b. ca 1851 in VA, d. 4 Nov 1898 in Emergency Hospital, Washington, D.C., buried 7 Nov 1898 in Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Emma: She died from injuries sustained in an accident when she was struck by two bicycles in Washington D.C. Her skull was fractured, the immediate cause of death was cerebral hemmorrhage.
i Charles W. Gill, b. ca 1873.
ii William Gill, b. ca 1875.
iii Harry H. Gill, b. ca 1878 in Montgomery Co., MD.
iv Ernest E. Gill, b. 1880 in Montgomery Co., MD, occupation Manager, Retail Grocery. In 1930, he and his wife lived on Montague St., Washington D.C., with Caroline's brother Henry C. Dismer. He married Caroline E. Dismer, married ca 1928, b. ca 1889 in Washington, D.C., occupation Milliner in Hat Shop. Caroline:.
2. v. Herbert Gill, b. 7-2-1890, d. 7-1965, was put up for adoption because the family could not afford to care for him. Married Catherine Cecilia Mackacee, b. 6-4-1891, d. 2-1977. Buried in Gate of Heaven, Siver Spring, Md. Children:
Raymond Lee Gill, b. 10-25-1918, d. 6-3-1987, a carpenter and builder, buried in Gate of Heaven. Married Frances Lucille Steele, b. 12-23-1923, d. 7-18-1986, buried in Manassas, Va. Daughter Mary Lucille, b. 12-30-1945, d. 2012, buried in Veterans Cemetery, Federalsburg, Md., and granddaughter Terry Gill, b. 3-17-1969, d. 6-2014.
Gertrude Cecilla Gill, b. 10-30-1917, d. 1987, buried in Gate of Heaven.
Kathleen Gill, b. 9-4-1920, d. ca 2005, buried in Va. Last lived with a daughter in Williamsburg, Va.
5. Levi Clinton Gill, b. Oct 1853 in Washington, DC, d. 4 Mar 1914 in Montgomery Co, MD, occupation Farm laborer (1880 Census). On the 1880 Census, Levi Gill is living in Montgomery Co., MD, 5th Election District, and is a farm laborer. On the 1910 Census, Levi is shown as renting his house; they had 10 children with 9 living; married 31 years. He married Augusta E. Wilson, married ca 1880 in Washington, D.C., b. Dec 1857 in Illinois, d. 1936 in Montgomery Co., MD, buried in Grace Episcopal Church Cemetery, Silver Spring, MD.
i Edward L. Gill, b. 1880 in Montgomery Co., MD. In 1900 Edward Gill was living in Pittsburg PA, and worked in a mill. He married Anna Brightwell, married Mar 1901 in Woodside, Montgomery Co., MD, b. ca 1880. Anna: Her wedding was held at the home of Mr. James Benedict, on a Monday.
ii Alice M. Gill, b. Jul 1881.
iii Walter A. Gill, b. Jan 1883.
iv George L. Gill, b. Mar 1884.
v Grover C. Gill, b. Apr 1885.
vi Nettie A. Gill, b. Aug 1886.
2.vii Levi C. Gill b. Jun 1889.
viii George L. Gill, b. Jan 1890.
ix Russell B. Gill, b. Aug 1893, d. 17 Dec 1946 in Montgomery Co., MD.
x Mary E. Gill, b. Jun 1899.
6. John Gill, b. 2 Sep 1872 in Montgomery Co., MD, baptized 9 Oct 1878 in Emory Church, Montgomery Co., MD, d. 3 Apr 1949 in MD, buried in Colesville Cemetery, Silver Spring, MD. He married Mary A. Dixon, married ca 1900, b. ca 1875, d. 1949 in Silver Spring, MD, buried in Colesville Cemetery, Silver Spring, MD.
i Douglas Gill, b. ca 1915.
ii Eunice Melissa Gill, b. 19 Nov 1918.
iii John Malcolm "Jay" Gill, b. ca 1922 in MD, d. 11 Dec 1923 in Aspen, Montgomery Co., MD, buried in Rockville Union Cemetery, Rockville, MD.
7. Lottie Gill, b. 17 Aug 1874 in Aspen, Montgomery Co., MD, baptized 9 Oct 1878 in Emory Church, Montgomery Co., MD, d. 4 Jan 1942 in Aspen, Montgomery Co., MD, buried in Rockville Union Cemetery, Rockville, MD. Lottie Gill and her husband Palmer Rabbitt were second cousins. She married Edward Palmer Rabbitt, married 26 Oct 1899, b. 3 Feb 1862 in Aspen, Montgomery Co., MD, (son of Edward Rabbitt and Christina "Tina" Leadingham) d. 23 Jan 1925 in Aspen, Montgomery Co., MD, buried in Rockville Union Cemetery, Rockville, MD.
i Carl Perry Rabbitt, b. 20 Nov 1900 in Montgomery Co., MD, d. 27 Jan 1908 in Montgomery Co., MD. Cause of death was scarlet fever.
ii Janet Rannie Rabbitt, b. 27 Mar 1903 in Montgomery Co., MD, d. 1953 in Montgomery Co., MD.
iii Donald Rabbitt, b. 22 Apr 1907 in Montgomery Co., MD, d. 2 Jun 1973 in Montgomery Co., MD.
iv Helen Rabbitt, b. 11 Jun 1909 in Montgomery Co., MD, d. 3 May 2002 in Montgomery Co., MD, buried in Rockville Union Cemetery, Rockville, MD. m.Earl Gooding (b.Apr.1910 d. Dec.1997). Two sons. Lee b.circa 1936, Jerry b. circa 1942. She married Earl Lee Gooding, married bef 1935, b. 4 Apr 1910, d. 25 Dec 1997, buried in Rockville Union Cemetery, Rockville, MD.
v Catherine Rabbitt, b. 27 Dec 1911 in Montgomery Co., MD, d. 28 Apr 1996 in Bel Aire, MD. She married James Arthur Smith, married 8 Feb 1934 in Grace Episcopal Church, Silver Spring, Mont. Co., MD, b. 12 Jun 1911 in Washington, D.C., d. 8 Aug 1994 in Baltimore, MD. James: He was the son of James LeRoy Smith and Effie Mae Lewellyn.
8. Mary "Molly" Emma Gill, b. 4 Nov 1876 in Montgomery Co., MD, baptized 9 Oct 1878 in Emory Church, Montgomery Co., MD, d. 28 Nov 1956 in Silver Spring, Montgomery Co., MD, buried in Rockville Union Cemetery, Rockville, MD. She married Joseph Thomas Hewitt, married 19 Feb 1901 in Silver Spring, Montgomery Co., MD, b. 23 Jul 1870 in London, Ontario, Canada, baptized 14 Aug 1870 in St. Peter's Cathedral Basicilica, London, Ontario, Canada, d. 20 Apr 1957 in Sykesville, MD, buried in Rockville Union Cemetery, Rockville, MD. Joseph: Son of Richard Hewitt and Julia Dowling.
i Margaret Alma Hewitt, b. 8 Aug 1905 in MD, baptized 2 Jun 1912 in St. Jerome's Catholic Church, Hyattsville, MD, d. 30 Sep 1992 in Anne Arundel Co, MD. She married 1) Boyeson Fraser 12 May 1923; 2) Leonard Morgan ca 1938; 3) Ralph "Bob" Bresnahan ca 1958.
ii Isabel Cecilia Hewitt, b. 9 Aug 1908 in Baltimore Co., MD, baptized 2 Jun 1912 in St. Jerome's Catholic Church, Hyattsville, MD, d. 26 May 2000 in Rockville, Montgomery Co., MD, buried 1 Jun 2000 in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA. She was born on a farm in the Green Spring Valley, Baltimore Co., MD. Original name in Family Register was "Isabel Lethia Hewitt." She married Elwood Lee Cramer, married ca 1930 in Frederick Co., MD, b. 20 Jul 1918 in Frederick Co., MD, baptized 24 Aug 1920 in Zion Lutheran Church, Middletown, MD, d. 1 Aug 1966 in V A Hospital, Martinsburg, WV, buried 4 Aug 1966 in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA. Elwood: He served in WWII. The cause of death was cancer.
iii Stanley Robert Hewitt, b. 23 Apr 1911 in MD, baptized in St. Mary's Catholic Church, Rockville, MD, d. 17 Jul 1997 in Holy Cross Hospital, Silver Spring, MD, buried in Rockville, Union Cemetery, Rockville, MD. Stanley Hewitt was hurt on 14 Mar 1919 while on his way to school. He was hanging on the back of a milk wagon and his leg became entangled in the wheel. On 21 Mar 1919, while in Children's Hospital in Washington, D.C., he had his leg removed above the knee. He used crutches until 15 Jul 1919 when he got a wooden limb. He married Mary Ann Madero, married ca 1940, b. ca 1915, d. 1989, buried 2 May 1989 in Rockville Union Cemetery, Rockville, MD.
9. Esther Gill, b. 18 Oct 1881 in Montgomery Co., MD, baptized 22 Jul 1883 at "Mrs. Dwyer's", d. 1 Apr 1975 in MD, buried in Rockville Union Cemetery, Rockville, MD. Jessie Moonie, the first child of Esther Gill Mooney, died young. She married Edward Mooney, married circa 1905 in Montgomery Co., MD, b. circa 1880 in MD, d. ca 1955 in MD, buried in Rockville Union Cemetery, Rockville, MD.
i Anne Mooney, b. circa 1907 in Montgomery Co., MD. She was called "Annie".
ii Edward Leslie "Bubby" Mooney, b. 25 May 1916 in Montgomery Co., MD. He married 1) Frances Everhard; 2) magaret "Peggy" Belgard.
10. Nellie Edna Gill, b. 16 Jan 1884 in Aspen, Montgomery Co., MD, d. 27 Dec 1968 in (Hospital) Montgomery Co., MD, buried 30 Dec 1968 in Rockville Cemetery, Avery Rd., Rockville, MD. The Gill family home where she was raised was on (now) Aspen Hill Road, near the intersection with Georgia Av. A family story has it that Nellie and her sister Molly chose the name "Aspen" for the area, winning a contest at school. It was said that she caused a "family scandal" when she married Will Beall, who was not only a Democrat but also a Baptist! She joined the Baptist Church after her marriage. Lively and fun-loving, she especially enjoyed being with her family. After raising nine children, and being a farm wife for most of her life she and Will moved into the town of Rockville in 1949. They had a small home within a few blocks of several of their children, and they rode around in their 1954 Plymouth and visited their other children and grandchildren every day. She died two weeks before her husband, after 65 years of marriage. Her 18 grandsons stood as her pallbearers at her funeral. (She often mentioned that she was related to President U.S.Grant, but no connection has been found.) She married William Leroy Beall, married 1904 in Alexandria, VA, b. 13 Sep1881 in Rockville, Montgomery Co., MD, (son of William Vernon Beall and Mary Elizabeth Purdum) d. 4 Jan 1969 in Takoma Park, Montgomery Co., MD, buried 7 Jan 1969 in Rockville Cemetery, Avery Rd., Rockville, MD, occupation Farm Manager. William: Named for his father, William Vernon Beall, and known familiarly as"Will". He was a devout member of the Baptist Church, and a lifelong Democrat. He lived in and around Rockville all of his life, where he was the manager of several large dairy farms. Enjoyed hard work - after retiring from the farm, he drove a truck and worked as a security guard. He enjoyed singing and storytelling. His 31 grandchildren called him "Pappap". Information on William L. Beall from personal knowledge, marriage records, death records and church records.
i William Ralph Beall, b. 10 May 1905 in Montgomery Co., MD, d. 17 Aug 1978 in Montgomery Co., MD. He married Irene Allen, b. circa 1908 in Montgomery Co., MD, d. 8-Apr-1963 in Montgomery Co., MD. Irene: Died of a brain tumor - hospitalized about a month.
ii Evelyn Lois Beall, b. 2 May 1907 in Montgomery Co., MD, baptized in Rockville Baptist Church, Rockville, MD, d. 12 Nov 1993 in Arlington, VA (at her home), buried in National Memorial Cem. Falls Church, VA, occupation Nanny, Cafeteria Worker. Evelyn sang in the choir at Clarendon Baptist Church, Arlington, VA, where she also taught 5 year old Sunday School until she was at least 80. She lived life to the fullest, and"never met a stranger." She attended Aspen Hill School through the 7th grade. She married Henry (Hank) Borden, married 27 Feb 1926 in Washington, DC, b. circa 1901 in California, d. 28 Mar 1991 in Arlington, VA, buried in Memorial National Cem. Falls Church, VA, occupation Garage Manager/Small Business Owner. Henry: "Hank" was Manager of Capital Garage in Washington, D.C.,the 3rd largest parking garage in the world at the time.At one time he owned 3 resturants.He also owned a service station,and later worked as a chauffeur. Moved from Calif to the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia when he was only 3 years old. His parents were Arthur Borden and Mary Caterine Woodson.
iii Millard Leroy Beall, b. 19 Jul 1909 in Montgomery Co., MD, d. 13 Feb 1990 in Montgomery Co., MD, occupation Telephone Company. He married Isabella Neetz, b. circa 1914.
iv James Earl Beall, b. 4 Aug 1911 in Montgomery Co., MD, d. Sep 1991 in Colorado. He married Ruby Cole, b. circa 1913, d. 24-Jan-1988 in Colorado. Ruby: Ruby had been married previously to ____ Hullinger, and had a two year old son when she married Earl.
v Joseph Leonard Beall, b. 23 Apr 1913 in Montgomery Co., MD, d. 1 Feb 1971 in Montgomery Co., MD, buried in Parklawn Cem., Rockville, Montg. Co., MD, occupation Small Business Owner. Born at Rock Spring Farm near Rockville. Used his middle name, Leonard. He owned businesses in Rockville and later in Cedar Grove, MD. He was a deacon in the Baptist Church. A talented singer, he sang alone and with three brothers in a quartet. Information on Leonard Beall from personal knowledge. He married Mary Anna Slater, married 10 Aug 1934 in Ellicott City, Howard Co., MD, b. 1 Jun 1917 in Ednor (Colesville), Montg. Co., MD, (daughter of Paul Meredith Slater and Myrtie Lewis Thomas) d. 16 Sep 1983 in Delta, PA, buried in Parklawn Cem., Rockville, Montg. Co., MD. Mary: Named for both grandmothers - Mary(Darr)Slater and Anna(Trundle)Thomas. Graduated from Rockville H.S. just before her 16th birthday. Contracted polio in the epidemic of 1944, and lost the normal use of one leg. She "overcame" this disability - primarily by never referring to it, and doing everything that anyone else could do. She was active in church and community organizations. Enjoyed crocheting and reading. Several years after she was widowed in 1971, she had a house built in York Co., PA, near her daughter Kathleen. In York County she was one of the founders of a library to serve the rural area where she lived.
vi Otis Warren Beall, b. 18 May 1915 in Montgomery Co., MD, d. 11 Jun 1987 in Montgomery Co., MD, buried in Parklawn Cemetery, Rockville, Montg. Co., MD, occupation Telephone Company. Worked for many years for the telephone company. He married Hilma Merry, married ca 1935, b. circa 1918 in Montgomery Co., MD.
vii Verna Adele Beall, b. 8 Jun 1917 in Rockville, Montgomery Co., MD, d. Aug 2001. She married Charles William (Buddy) Merry, Sr., married 29 Apr 1936 in Montgomery Co., MD, b. 9 Dec 1913 in Vienna, VA, d. 6 Dec 2002 in Shenandoah Co., VA. Charles: After the death of his wife he went to live with his son in Shenandoah Co., VA.
viii Paul Leo Beall, b. 30 Nov 1921 in Montgomery Co., MD, d. 5 Mar 1999 in Walkersville, MD, buried 7 Mar 1999 in Walkersville, MD. He married Ruth Shelton, married 1947 in Rockville, Montgomery Co., MD, b. -- ___ 1929 in MD, d. 15 Oct 1999 in Walkersville, Frederick Co., MD. Ruth: Ruth was the daughter of Martha Hoffman Shelton Bland.
ix Jean Elizabeth Beall, b. 12-Sep-1924 in Montgomery Co., MD, d. 1-Oct-1985 in Charleston, SC, buried in Arlington National Cem., Arlington, VA. The youngest of nine children, Jean grew up on a dairy farm in Montgomery Co., MD. Graduated from Montgomery Blair HS in Silver Spring, MD in 1942. Moved to various locations in U.S. with her Air Force husband. Active in church and community affairs. Diagnosed with cancer in 1985, age 61, died the same year. She married Richard Paul Morgan, Sr., married 27 Jul 1944 in Rockville, Montgomery Co., MD, b. 23 Dec 1920 in Centre Hill, Clearfield Co., PA, d. 7-Jul-1986 in Charleston, Charles Co., SC, buried -- Jul 1986 in Arlington National Cem., Arlington, VA. Richard: The son of George Emerous Morgan and Mabel Elizabeth Turner. Graduated from Philipsburg H.S.in PA 1939. Enlisted in Army Air Corps Dec.1941(outbreak of WWII)was a bombardier flying combat missions over Europe. Flew missions during the Korean Conflict. Later flight tested C-5A, largest aircraft built at the time. Retired as Chief Master Sergeant in 1975 at Charleston AFB, SC. Was awarded Soldiers Medal, Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal,the Purple Heart and many other medals. Buried with full military honors.
11. Archibald Gill, b. 1 Sep 1888 in Aspen, Montgomery Co., MD, d. March 1966 in Silver Spring, Montgomery Co., MD, buried in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Aspen Hill, MD. A very small man, not especially handsome, with an unusual voice and laugh. (This according to one of his nieces.) He married Anne Bridget McGarvey, married circa 1910, b. 30 Aug ? in County Tyrone,Ireland, d. 8 Sep 1984 in Waldorf, MD, buried in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Aspen Hill, MD. Anne: Fun loving and pretty, she never returned to Ireland to visit her family, although one sister did finally come to America and lived with her. She drove a car at a time when most women didn't drive, and loved to go visiting, She also loved to organize parties and dances.
i Ernest Gill, b. circa 1918 in Montgomery Co., MD.
ii Anna May Gill, b. circa 1922 in Montgomery Co., MD.
12. Levi C. Gill, b. Jun 1889, d. 6 Aug 1943 in Montgomery Co., MD, occupation Salesman in 1930. He married Florence Proctor, married bef 1912, b. ca 1889 in Washington, D.C.
i Clinton Gill, b. ca 1912.
ii Elbert Gill, b. 4 Mar 1915, d. 9 May 1931 in Prince Frederick, Calvert Co., MD.
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