Monday, September 28, 2020
Sunday, September 27, 2020
above 1951 ad
Edna was the daughter of Alfred and Lida McDorman Bozman of Stewart Neck. She would marry, in July of 1941, to John Guarino who was originally from New York City but at the time working in Baltimore at the Glenn L Martin plant. They would quickly have two daughters; Virginia Grace and Vivian Ann. After they moved back to the Eastern Shore they would have a couple of small private business such as the gas station/diner combinations. In 1955 John would go to work for the Salisbury police department and spent the next 22 years working there. He went from patrolman to lieutenant.
above 1959 Salisbury Times newspaper photo Patrolman Guarino
Edna would work at the Wand Shirt Factory in Fruitland. John would pass in 2005 and Edna in 2010.
Saturday, September 26, 2020
Thursday, September 24, 2020
DELMAR, Del., Oct 10. The Delmar camp of the Patriotic Order Sons of America will attend services in a body at the Baptist church on Sunday evening, when the pastor, the Rev. W. G. Cooper, will preach a special sermon to the order.
Above from The Morning News 11 Oct 1912
The Patriotic Order Sons of America still exist (but not in Delmar) and their web page is here http://www.nationalposofa.org/
Thursday, September 10, 2020
Carlos worked for a number of years as a brakeman and baggagemaster for the railroad. The photo above shows him in his railroad uniform. He would marry on December 21st 1904 Mary Ethel Elliott. The marriage only lasted eight months due to the death of Ethel of typhoid fever.
Mrs. Ethel Elis, the eight months' bride of Carlos Ellis and daughter of Joseph and Zettis Elliott, of near Delmar, whose illness was chronicled in a recent issue, died Thursday afternoon at her home on Market street, of typhoid fever, aged 24 years. Though her illness was very serious her death came as a great shock to her relatives and friends who though her much better Thursday morning and were quite sanguine of her recovery. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at St. George's M. E. church and interment made in the George Ellis burying ground. --- August 19th 1905 State register laurel Delaware
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