|Elizabeth E. Dorman
Elizabeth E. Dorman
The "Salisbury Advertiser" of Jun 1 1872 states that, "On the morning of the 28th inst. at Zion, the wife of Marcellus Brown died from cancer of the breast. Her sufferings within the past few weeks were intense, yet the resignation at the hour of death was calm and unwavering, and she passed gently away from a world of suffering to a more blissful life beyond the grave." Thus, she is shown to have attended Zion Church which was located on Meadow Bridge Road (on the Worcester County side), about one mile south of its intersection with McGrath Road. She is buried in the Brown cemetery just north and east of the intersection with those two roads.
Elizabeth married Marcellus Brown, son of George Tull Brown and Nancy Christopher, about 1847. (Marcellus Brown was born on 04 May 1822 in MD,3 4 5 died on 09 Feb 1898 in MD 1 3 and was buried about 12 Feb 1898 in Brown Family Cemetery, Worcester Co., MD.)
1 Gravestone Record.
2 1850 MD Census, Listed as age 22 in the 1850 Nutters, Worcester Co., MD Census.
3 Correspondence from James L. Brown, 209 Mosher Street, Baltimore, MD 21217; dated April 4, 1997.
4 1880 MD Census, Listed as age 59 in the 1880 Atkinsons, Worcester Co., MD Census.
1850 MD Census, Listed as age 33 in the 1850 Nutters, Worcester Co., MD Census.