Thanks, Robert.Was the sampler by Temperance INLOES the one from Antiques Magazine, Jan. 1954, p. 77?The transcription was one of many things I found in the Thomas A. ENLOE Collection at the Maryland Historical Society in 1982.At that time, the collection was kept in the basement; they brought up several binders for my review.I then sent Roy INLOW copies of some of those records; I never did see his 1987 book, co-authored by Fred INLOW. Also, I recently posted a message to the Ancestry.com Message Board under surname of ENLOE, in case you didn't see that one.Besides Abraham INLOES' death (11/20/1790) being recorded in the 1806 book Memoirs of the Dead ..., there are also the deaths of three infants recorded on the same page and presumably buried in the same cemetery.I cannot identify them other than to guess that they were Abraham's grandchildren: Eleanor 6/22/1799-8/2/1799; Helen 1/6/1795-11/8/1795; and Elizabeth d. 10/9/1797, aged 12 months. Some other misc. information: In 1791 Widow INLOES was fined for a chimney fire (I think this was pub. in NGSQ).It presumably was she who was the Elizabeth INLOES recorded in ... Baltimore City Tax Records, p. 104, in 1798, 1799-1800, 1800, 1801-1803, and 1804-1808.Others listed were James, John and Joshua for similar years (although John was not shown until 1800).Perhaps Elizabeth's older sons Anthony and Abraham had died or moved out of the area by 1798?(And I'm surprised that her son Wm. was not listed.)Just a theory, but maybe John was out of the state in 1798 and 1799 visiting his brothers Anthony and Abraham?