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Calvary Cemetery

Windsor Highway
New Windsor, NY 12553
(845) 561-5473
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James Talley, area pastor, supporter of Methodist shrine dies at 76 - Carroll County Times

Monday, February 20, 2017

The Rev. James Talley was a pastor; a businessman; and, according to those who knew him, a tireless supporter of the Strawbridge Shrine in New Windsor, the first home of the Methodist Church in the New World. He was president of the Strawbridge Shrine Association up until the time of his death.Talley died Saturday, New Year's Eve, after suffering a heart attack outside his New Windsor home. He was 76.Talley began his career in business and held a law degree from the University of Baltimore, according to Robert Shindle, director of the United Methodist Historical Society of the Baltimore-Washington Conference and vice president of the Strawbridge Shrine Association. Talley began working for the conference in the 1970s, becoming involved in efforts to purchase and preserve the Strawbridge property according to Shindle, a feat accomplished in 1973."Robert Strawbridge was the first preacher of Methodism in this country, in Colonial times," Shindle said. He came in the 1760s, and his home was there at where the Strawbridge Shrine is now."Talley remained engaged with the Strawbridge Shrine property even after he stopped working...

James Talley, pastor, supporter of Methodist shrine, dies at 76 - Baltimore Sun

Monday, January 09, 2017

The Rev. James Talley, a pastor and businessman recalled as a tireless supporter of the Strawbridge Shrine in New Windsor, Carroll County, died Saturday after suffering a heart attack outside his New Windsor home. He was 76.Born in Cincinnati, he was the son of the Rev. James H. Talley and Marie Cornelius Talley.Mr. Talley earned a degree in political science/history from the University of Maryland, College Park. He also held a law degree from the University of Baltimore and a master's degree inf divinity from Wesley Theological Seminary,He began his career in real estate. According to Robert Shindle, director of the United Methodist Historical Society of the Baltimore-Washington Conference and vice president of the Strawbridge Shrine Association, Mr. Talley began working for the conference in the 1970s.He became involved in efforts to purchase and preserve the Strawbridge property, a task that was accomplished in 1973. The shrine honors Robert Strawbridge, who came to America in the 1760s and is considered the first preacher of Methodism in this country. His home was the site where the Strawb...

Patterson Judge Remembered for Fairness on the Bench - The Examiner News

Monday, October 24, 2016

Nacerino said. “He was fair and a very good person.”Donation may be made in King’s memory to the American Cancer Society, Attn: Patterson, Relay for Life, 121 Executive Drive, New Windsor, NY 12553.Filed Under: The Putnam Examiner...

Guido Valentino

Monday, August 01, 2016

St. William Church, Tewksbury. Burial to follow in Tewksbury Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to: Korean War Veterans Memorial Foundation, Inc., 10301 McKinstry Mill Rd., New Windsor, MD 21776. For directions or to send an online condolence visit, devitofuneralhomes.com.

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James Talley, area pastor, supporter of Methodist shrine dies at 76 - Carroll County Times

Monday, February 20, 2017

The Rev. James Talley was a pastor; a businessman; and, according to those who knew him, a tireless supporter of the Strawbridge Shrine in New Windsor, the first home of the Methodist Church in the New World. He was president of the Strawbridge Shrine Association up until the time of his death.Talley died Saturday, New Year's Eve, after suffering a heart attack outside his New Windsor home. He was 76.Talley began his career in business and held a law degree from the University of Baltimore, according to Robert Shindle, director of the United Methodist Historical Society of the Baltimore-Washington Conference and vice president of the Strawbridge Shrine Association. Talley began working for the conference in the 1970s, becoming involved in efforts to purchase and preserve the Strawbridge property according to Shindle, a feat accomplished in 1973."Robert Strawbridge was the first preacher of Methodism in this country, in Colonial times," Shindle said. He came in the 1760s, and his home was there at where the Strawbridge Shrine is now."Talley remained engaged with the Strawbridge Shrine property even after he stopped working...

James Talley, pastor, supporter of Methodist shrine, dies at 76 - Baltimore Sun

Monday, January 09, 2017

The Rev. James Talley, a pastor and businessman recalled as a tireless supporter of the Strawbridge Shrine in New Windsor, Carroll County, died Saturday after suffering a heart attack outside his New Windsor home. He was 76.Born in Cincinnati, he was the son of the Rev. James H. Talley and Marie Cornelius Talley.Mr. Talley earned a degree in political science/history from the University of Maryland, College Park. He also held a law degree from the University of Baltimore and a master's degree inf divinity from Wesley Theological Seminary,He began his career in real estate. According to Robert Shindle, director of the United Methodist Historical Society of the Baltimore-Washington Conference and vice president of the Strawbridge Shrine Association, Mr. Talley began working for the conference in the 1970s.He became involved in efforts to purchase and preserve the Strawbridge property, a task that was accomplished in 1973. The shrine honors Robert Strawbridge, who came to America in the 1760s and is considered the first preacher of Methodism in this country. His home was the site where the Strawb...

Patterson Judge Remembered for Fairness on the Bench - The Examiner News

Monday, October 24, 2016

Nacerino said. “He was fair and a very good person.”Donation may be made in King’s memory to the American Cancer Society, Attn: Patterson, Relay for Life, 121 Executive Drive, New Windsor, NY 12553.Filed Under: The Putnam Examiner...

Guido Valentino

Monday, August 01, 2016

St. William Church, Tewksbury. Burial to follow in Tewksbury Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to: Korean War Veterans Memorial Foundation, Inc., 10301 McKinstry Mill Rd., New Windsor, MD 21776. For directions or to send an online condolence visit, devitofuneralhomes.com.