|Father:||Edwin Henry Ford (????-????)|
|Mother:||Jane Heyer Hebb (????-????)|
|Husband:||Robert Lee Geis (1907-1997) married 1927-11-28.|
|Daughter:||Elizabeth Linton Geis (1935- )|
|Link:||A History of Brooklyn-Curtis Bay, Maryland mentions the John H. Geis Lumber Mill. Bob took me on a tour of the mill when I was a youngster; about all I remember about it is me accidentally running my forehead into a board sticking out from a table. Bob then took me back to his house for lunch and a game of chess with, I believe, his grandson, Tommy Scruggs. Since I had never played chess before, Bob directed my moves and "I" won, which, understandably, irritated Tommy no end.|
|Find A Grave:||Elizabeth Scott Ford Geis (1910-1994)|
The Baltimore Sun, May 3, 1994.
Elizabeth F. Geis
Elizabeth F. Geis, a homemaker and volunteer, died Saturday of cardiac arrest at her Guilford home. She was 84.
The former Elizabeth Ford was a descendant of William Hebb of Porto-bello, St. Mary's County, and Johann Christian Friederich Heyer, the first English Lutheran missionary to India.
She was born in Baltimore near Patterson Park and reared at Broadway and North Avenue. Her father, Edwin Henry Ford, owned several skipjacks that transported Chesapeake Bay and Eastern Shore produce and seafood to Baltimore.
She was a graduate of Eastern High School.
She was a volunteer for many years at the Keswick Home and the Union Memorial Hospital gift shop.
Services were to be held at 10:30 a.m. today at the Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, 6500 York Road, with interment at Cedar Hill Cemetery in Brooklyn.
She is survived by her husband of 66 years, Robert L. Geis, retired president of John H. Geis & Co.; a daughter, Elizabeth L. G. Scruggs of Guilford; and two grandchildren.