Josephine Pearre Etchison Memorial Fund for the Maryland Room of the C. Burr Artz Library
Founded by cousins Eleanor Pearre Abbot and Nancy Pearre Lesure for the acquisition and preservation of materials on Maryland genealogy.
Josephine Pearre Etchison a Frederick native was known for her dedication to the C. Burr Artz Library, serving as its first librarian from 1937 until her retirement in 1967. Ms. Etchison was also an avid researcher of Maryland’s history. To honor her love for the Library and Maryland’s history, her cousins—Eleanor Pearre Abbot and Nancy Pearre Lesure—established The Josephine Pearre Etchison Memorial Fund for the Maryland Room of C. Burr Artz Library. This Fund supports the acquisition and preservation of materials pertaining to Maryland genealogy and displayed at the C. Burr Artz Library. Ms. Etchison’s passion to grow the Maryland history collection at the Library will forever be her legacy through this fund.
Founded by the Sergeant Lawrence Everhart Chapter, to support the Chapter's activities focusing on the importance of the Revolutionary War and its history in Frederick County and the surrounding area. Learn More
Dr. David Everhart, Jr. and Marybell C. Everhart Charitable Fund
Founded through Mrs. Everhart’s estate provisions for the Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration in Braddock Heights.
Mr. and Mrs. Everhart were both active members of the Frederick community. Mrs. Marybell C. Everhart graduated from The Maryland Institute of Art in Baltimore with a degree in art. She also studied interior design and tailoring at Frederick Community College. Some of her many interests included gardening, oil painting and reading. The legacies of the Everharts will live on through this fund which supports the Church of Transfiguration in Braddock Heights, Maryland.