| || Notes for ALBERT JAMES BELL ALMONY:|
1He was not in the 1850 census he is called James then in 1860 Albert. He is
likely the Albert James Bell Almony that later went by the name A.J.B. Almony.
Joseph Dunnick in his will of 1836 names Albert James Bell Almony as his
relative. !MARRIAGE: Albert J.B. Almony m. Joanna Hoshall on Mar. 23, 1868 Baltimore. !CENSUS: 1870 Baltimore Co 7th Dist. 263-263 A.J.B. Almony 36 farmer $7500RE
$2383 PP, Joanna 30, Clarence 11, C. Smith 20. (Clarence is son of
wife by her first husband Hoshall.) !CENSUS: 1900 Baltimore Albert J.B. Almony June 1834, Johanna June 1839 wife,
Annie E. Harris sister June 1882, 6-35, 3-46. !DEATH: Albert James Bell Almony died at White Hall Baltimore Co on Mar. 31,
909 age 74y 9m 17d, male white, born Baltimore Co, farmer, widower, wife Joanna
Hampshire, father Henry D. Almony born Baltimore Co and mother Anna Bell,
infor. William H. Almony brother, died of chronic nephritis, uraenic, Dr. W.
Millard Sterling. Tombstone: Albert J. B. Almony June 13, 1834-Mar. 31, 1909 Sketches of Citizens of Baltimore City and Co by Mallick copy. 1897 reprint
1989 Albert J. B. Almony b. 13 Jun 1834 in Baltimore Co, son of Henry D. and
Eliza (Bell) Almony, also natives of Balt. Co. Henry and Eliza had eight
children: Albert J. B., William H., Charles, Ephraim B., Catherine and Kezia,
deceased; John W. and Franklin T. Great-grandfather John Almony native of
England supposed to have been stolen when a child of four and brought to
America, before the Revolutionary War, and reared in VA; m. a wealthy Scotch
lady in England. Grandfather, William Almony, b. in Balto. Albert m. Mrs.
Johanna Hoshall, nee Hampshire (formerly w/o Nelson Hoshall), of Baltimore Co,
when 34; she is a member of United Brethren Church; she had son, Clarence M.
Hoshall, by first marraige. A democrat. Traveling salesman of fertilizers and
identified with agricultural interests. !WILL: Albert J. B. Almony of Baltimore Co to my brother William H. Almony
$1,000, nephew Harry son of my deceased brother Ephraim B. Almony $800, niece
Mabel, dau. of my deceased brother Ephraim B. Almony $200, to children of my
deceased brother Franklin T. Almony $1,000, to brother Charles L. Almony
$1,000, to Alice Almony, wife of my brother John W. Almony $1,000, to Mrs.
Margaret Neily, former Parker, who once resided with me, $200, to Lida Hoshall,
dau. of my stepson Clarence Hoshall $200, All my furniture to William H.,
Charles L, and Alice, and children of Ephraim and Franklin. to nephew Clarence
Almony, son of Charles L. Almony $200 to be paid to support minister in charge
of Mt. Vernon M.E. Church. Remainder divided 1/5 each to William H. my brother,
Harry son of my deceased brother Ephraim, Charles L. my brother, Alice wife of
my brother John W., children of Franklin T. deceased. date Mar. 2, 1909 proved
April 6, 1909 witnesses Christopher C. Slade, Stanley P. Almony, James E.
Slade. WB 15 p. 221