Name: Mary Ann Nicholson HOPPER
Given Name: Mary Ann Nicholson
Birth: 12 Dec 1855 in Centreville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland
Death: 8 Apr 1939 in Baltimore, Maryland
Burial: Centreville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland
1. Obituary from Ellen Croll of Tucson, AZ
Change Date: 10 Mar 2010 at 16:53:32
April 13, 1939
"Mrs. Mary Nicholson Thompson, widow of the late William E. Thompson and granddaughter of the late Judge Philemon Blake Hopper, dided at her home in Baltiore Saturday evening about 8:30 from pnuemonia. She was 83 years old.
Mrs. Thompson descendant of well know Queen Anne's county families, was the mother of Police Magistrate J. West Thompson and Philemon H. Thompson of Centreville, each prominent in business and political circles of the county.
Born in Centreville December 12, 1855, Mrs. Thompson was the daughter of the late Philemon Blake Hopper and Henrietta Goldsborough Hopper. Her grandfather, the first Philemon Blake Hopper, and her brother by the same name were each judges of the Second Judicial Court.
Mrs. Thompson was a resident of Queen Anne's County for sixty years, before she removed to Baltimore. On November 23, 1881 she was married to William E. Thompson, a county school teacher and son of the late Prof. J. West Thompson. Her husband died on June 23, 1928.
Active inthe work of Grace M. P. Church with which she became affiliated in June 1871, Mrs. Thompson retained her membership in the church throughout her life, including the years of her residence in Baltimore.
She is survived by three sons, Magistrate J. West Thompson and Philemon H. Thompson of Centreville and William E. Thompson of Baltimore; four daughters, Mrs. B. Herbert Brown, Mrs. John Robertson and Miss Mary N. Thompson of Baltimore, and Mrs. Charles Dunham of Easton; and a sister, Mrs. Fannie McFeely of Baltimore. eleven grandchildren and two great grandchildren also remain.
Funeral services were held from Grace M. P. Church Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with the Rev. L. Colvin Randall, pastor of Grace Church and the Rev. William Hoffman, pastor of Wilton Heights M. P. Church of Baltimore, officiating.
The bearers were her grandsons, B. Herbert Brown, Jr., W. Edward Brown, West Brown, J. West Thompson, Jr., Robert H. Thompson, William E Thompson and Mason S. Dunham and a grand-son-in-law, Gerard Murray.
Interment was in Chesterfield Cemetery in Centreville."
2. 1880 Maryland Census
Centreville, Queen Anne's County
Hopper, P. B. 27 Lawyer b. MD
" Mary M. 20 Sist. b. MD
" Fona 17 Sist. b. MD
3.. 1930 Maryland Census
Thompson, Mary N. 74 b. MD Parents born MD
" Mary N. Daughter 38 b. Md
4. Death date from Louis Sudler (Sudlergen@aol.com
Father: Philemon Blake HOPPER Jr. b: 9 Feb 1817 in Queen Anne's County, Maryland
Mother: Henrietta "Henny" GOLDSBOROUGH b: 26 Oct 1829 in Queen Anne's County, Maryland
William Edward THOMPSON b: 20 Apr 1841 in Centreville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland
23 Nov 1881
in Queen Anne's County, Maryland
- Mabel THOMPSON b: 7 Dec 1882 in Queen Anne's County, Maryland
- James West THOMPSON b: 13 Nov 1884 in Centreville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland
- Philemon Hopper THOMPSON b: 28 Oct 1886 in Centreville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland
- Henrietta Hopper THOMPSON b: 13 Nov 1888 in Centreville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland
- Mary Nicholson THOMPSON b: 16 May 1891 in Queen Anne's County, Maryland
- Anna McFeely THOMPSON b: 5 Feb 1894 in Centreville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland
- William Edward THOMPSON b: 9 Dec 1895 in Centreville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland