William Pole (b. circa 1819)

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William Pole, Sr. married Emily Van Court Stier February 21, 1837. Their son, Arminius Cleveland Pole (b. 1852), was a Baltimore physician and surgeon at Baltimore Medical College.[1]

Hookstown, Maryland is in what is now Baltimore County.[2]

References

  1. Eugene Fauntleroy Cordell, University of Maryland, 1807-1907, Its History, Influence, Equipment and Characteristics, with Biographical Sketches and Portraits of its Founders, Benefactors, Egents, Faculty and Alumni, V2 (Lewis Publishing Company: 1907): 41-42.
  2. William B. Marye, "Baltimore County "Garrison" and the Old Garrison Roads", Maryland Historical Magazine, V16 N2, (March 1921): 221-223.


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