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March 31, 2003
On March 29, 2003 A. MILDRED, 100 years old, family matriarch, beloved wife of the late Walter B. Earnshaw, devoted mother of th late Jack W. Earnshaw, dear sister of the late Ethel Lautenklos, loving grandmother of Wendy, Laura, John and Daniel, great grandmother of Christina, Chip, Elizabeth, Emily, Molly and Julia, great-great-grandmother of Brenden. Friends may call at the Johnson Funeral Home P.A., 8521 Loch Raven Blvd., (Beltway Exit 29b) on Tuesday from 9 to 10 A.M. at which time relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services.
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March 31, 2003
On March 29, 2003 A. MILDRED, 100 years old, family matriarch, beloved wife of the late Walter B. Earnshaw, devoted mother of th late Jack W. Earnshaw, dear sister of the late Ethel Lautenklos, loving grandmother of Wendy, Laura, John and Daniel, great grandmother of Christina, Chip, Elizabeth, Emily, Molly and Julia, great-great-grandmother of Brenden. Friends may call at the Johnson Funeral Home P.A., 8521 Loch Raven Blvd., (Beltway Exit 29b) on Tuesday from 9 to 10 A.M. at which time relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services.
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By William F. Zorzi Jr. and William F. Zorzi Jr.,Sun Staff Writer | July 5, 1995
Republican Daniel J. Earnshaw was carried off the state election board last week, feet first.And, typical of the last seven months of his four-year term, Mr. Earnshaw went out complaining bitterly that November's gubernatorial election was "stolen" by Democrats supporting Gov. Parris N. Glendening.Of course, the election already has been investigated by supporters of Republican Ellen R. Sauerbrey, who lost to Mr. Glendening by a mere 5,993 votes. A judge considered their allegations during a five-day hearing in January and found no evidence of fraud.
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By MARK RIBBING and MARK RIBBING,SUN STAFF | June 13, 2000
Audrey Earnshaw Melbourne, one of the first women to be appointed to district and circuit court benches in Maryland, died Sunday of pneumonia at Howard County Hospital. She was 69. An enthusiastic equestrian, Ms. Melbourne scored some of her most notable legal victories while representing jockeys, including a 1968 case that forced Maryland's racing commission to license female riders. Ms. Melbourne encountered gender bias as she worked her way through a legal system that had been monopolized by men, friends said.
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By MARK RIBBING and MARK RIBBING,SUN STAFF | June 13, 2000
Audrey Earnshaw Melbourne, one of the first women to be appointed to district and circuit court benches in Maryland, died Sunday of pneumonia at Howard County Hospital. She was 69. An enthusiastic equestrian, Ms. Melbourne scored some of her most notable legal victories while representing jockeys, including a 1968 case that forced Maryland's racing commission to license female riders. Ms. Melbourne encountered gender bias as she worked her way through a legal system that had been monopolized by men, friends said.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 7, 1997
Concluding unfinished business from the bitter 1994 gubernatorial election, a Baltimore judge yesterday dismissed a slander lawsuit filed by the city's chief elections official against her leading detractor.Baltimore Circuit Judge John C. Themelis ruled that the suit filed in December 1995 by Baltimore election administrator Barbara E. Jackson against former state election board member Daniel J. Earnshaw did not have enough merit to go to trial.Jackson had charged in the suit that Earnshaw defamed her about 40 times in statements accusing her of incompetence and felonious conduct before and during the 1994 election.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 7, 1997
Concluding unfinished business from the bitter 1994 gubernatorial election, a Baltimore judge yesterday dismissed a slander lawsuit filed by the city's chief elections official against her leading detractor.Baltimore Circuit Judge John C. Themelis ruled that the suit filed in December 1995 by Baltimore election administrator Barbara E. Jackson against former state election board member Daniel J. Earnshaw did not have enough merit to go to trial.Jackson had charged in the suit that Earnshaw defamed her about 40 times in statements accusing her of incompetence and felonious conduct before and during the 1994 election.
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By Thomas W. Waldron and Thomas W. Waldron,SUN STAFF | December 25, 1995
Baltimore election board chief Barbara E. Jackson has filed a lawsuit charging two of her leading detractors with slander during and after the bitter challenge to last year's gubernatorial election.In the lawsuit filed last week in Baltimore City Circuit Court, Ms. Jackson accuses Daniel J. Earnshaw, a former member of the state election board, and Matthew L. Iwicki, an activist in the post-election challenge, of defaming her with charges of incompetence and felonious conduct."I wouldn't want anyone -- anyone -- to go through the hell I went through in the last year and a half," Ms. Jackson said.
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By William F. Zorzi Jr. and William F. Zorzi Jr.,Baltimore election records and 1990 U.S. Census dataSun Staff Writer | April 3, 1995
A Republican member of the state election board claims that Baltimore officials targeted voters in majority-white precincts for removal from city rolls last year to hurt the GOP gubernatorial candidate's chances in the November election.But an investigation by The Sun indicates that the allegations by board member Daniel J. Earnshaw are unfounded.Mr. Earnshaw used selective samplings from city election board records to support his charges that disproportionately high numbers of voters were removed from the rolls in some precincts.
NEWS
January 8, 1992
Frank Brown Jr., businessman, dies at 73Services for Frank Donaldson Brown Jr., chairman of a family-owned investment company and owner of the Mount Ararat Farms in Port Deposit, will be held at 2 p.m. today at St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Perryville.Mr. Brown, who was 73, died Sunday at Johns Hopkins Hospital of complications after surgery.He was chairman of the board of the Broventure Co., a family-owned investment firm, and had been the owner or manager of Mount Ararat, a dairy farm, since the 1940s.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 7, 1997
Concluding unfinished business from the bitter 1994 gubernatorial election, a Baltimore judge yesterday dismissed a slander lawsuit filed by the city's chief elections official against her leading detractor.Baltimore Circuit Judge John C. Themelis ruled that the suit filed in December 1995 by Baltimore election administrator Barbara E. Jackson against former state election board member Daniel J. Earnshaw did not have enough merit to go to trial.Jackson had charged in the suit that Earnshaw defamed her about 40 times in statements accusing her of incompetence and felonious conduct before and during the 1994 election.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 7, 1997
Concluding unfinished business from the bitter 1994 gubernatorial election, a Baltimore judge yesterday dismissed a slander lawsuit filed by the city's chief elections official against her leading detractor.Baltimore Circuit Judge John C. Themelis ruled that the suit filed in December 1995 by Baltimore election administrator Barbara E. Jackson against former state election board member Daniel J. Earnshaw did not have enough merit to go to trial.Jackson had charged in the suit that Earnshaw defamed her about 40 times in statements accusing her of incompetence and felonious conduct before and during the 1994 election.
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By Thomas W. Waldron and Thomas W. Waldron,SUN STAFF | December 25, 1995
Baltimore election board chief Barbara E. Jackson has filed a lawsuit charging two of her leading detractors with slander during and after the bitter challenge to last year's gubernatorial election.In the lawsuit filed last week in Baltimore City Circuit Court, Ms. Jackson accuses Daniel J. Earnshaw, a former member of the state election board, and Matthew L. Iwicki, an activist in the post-election challenge, of defaming her with charges of incompetence and felonious conduct."I wouldn't want anyone -- anyone -- to go through the hell I went through in the last year and a half," Ms. Jackson said.
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By William F. Zorzi Jr. and William F. Zorzi Jr.,Sun Staff Writer | July 5, 1995
Republican Daniel J. Earnshaw was carried off the state election board last week, feet first.And, typical of the last seven months of his four-year term, Mr. Earnshaw went out complaining bitterly that November's gubernatorial election was "stolen" by Democrats supporting Gov. Parris N. Glendening.Of course, the election already has been investigated by supporters of Republican Ellen R. Sauerbrey, who lost to Mr. Glendening by a mere 5,993 votes. A judge considered their allegations during a five-day hearing in January and found no evidence of fraud.
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By William F. Zorzi Jr. and William F. Zorzi Jr.,Baltimore election records and 1990 U.S. Census dataSun Staff Writer | April 3, 1995
A Republican member of the state election board claims that Baltimore officials targeted voters in majority-white precincts for removal from city rolls last year to hurt the GOP gubernatorial candidate's chances in the November election.But an investigation by The Sun indicates that the allegations by board member Daniel J. Earnshaw are unfounded.Mr. Earnshaw used selective samplings from city election board records to support his charges that disproportionately high numbers of voters were removed from the rolls in some precincts.
NEWS
October 15, 2006
In defense of James Reilly It's sad, but politics can be very ugly. Like the letter Jeffrey Sawyer wrote in the "Letters to the Editor" section last week. James Reilly has continually worked 60-hour weeks for the Clerk of the Court office since his election four years ago. Unlike most all of his predecessors, Reilly is willing to perform off-premises swearing-in ceremonies and marriages in the evenings and almost every weekend, all over the county. To say he has abandoned his Clerk of the Court job is ludicrous.
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By From Staff Reports | May 5, 1995
A Republican member of the state election board continued his attack on Baltimore's election administrator yesterday, calling for her resignation for setting up a special polling place in 1992 without state approval.The board member, Daniel J. Earnshaw, said city election administrator Barbara E. Jackson created an opportunity for fraud in allowing voting machines at a senior citizen apartment building in West Baltimore."The whole city board should resign or be fired," Mr. Earnshaw said. "If Barbara Jackson has the nerve to show up for work on Friday, it would be unbelievable."
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