ness and honor.
As a slight evidenee of our esteem and endless gratitude, the Board of Governors have unanimously elected Mrs. Bradley T. Johnson to honorary membership in the Association of the Maryland Line, and desire her acceptance of the accompanying memento of their affection and love. George W. Booth, John W. Torsch, George R. Gaither, Charles H. Claiborne, James L. Aubrey, mark O. Shriver, Daniel L. Thomas, R. James Stinson, James R. Wheeler, William T. Thelin, John F. Hayden, August Simon, Board of Governors, Association of the Maryland Line Baltimore, March 6, 1894.
Jane Claudia, March 8, 1832. Dec. 31, 1899: daughter of Hon. Romulus M. And Anna Haves Saunders, and honored wife of General Bradley T. Johnson of Maryland: erected by Confederate soldiers in Maryland in memory of a noble woman A. D. 1901.
Before that time, however, the Maryland Legislature had given to the Association of the Maryland Line the old arsenal at Pikesville, in Baltimore county, nine miles