Lower DelMarVa Family Album

Images of the People and Places in Our Family Histories

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Somerset County


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lowershore-1875.jpgLower Shore Map, 18751 views
rockcrk.jpgRock Creek Church2 viewsRock Creek Methodist Episcopal Church is a historic Methodist Episcopal church located at Chance, Somerset County, Maryland. Construction of the church is specifically documented with a marble date stone. Dated to 1900, it was erected by W.J. Johnson, whose name is inscribed on the stone. The church features a three-story bell tower capped by a pyramidal spire. Also on the property is a single-story "L"-shaped frame church hall built in 1928.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990
salsboat.jpgBoat Landing on Wicomico River, Salisbury, Md.1 viewsA 1940s view. At left can be seen the building of the W.W. Gavin Co., a hauling and storage business which had been active in Salisbury since 1919.
hebron.jpgHauling Logs in Hebron0 viewscirca 1900
wetipquincreek.jpgWetipquin Creek1 viewsI imagine that this lovely landscape looks much like it did when our ancestors settled in the area.
mssalisbury.jpgMain Street1 viewsSalisbury's Main Street, about 1910
salisbury50s.jpgSalisbury1 views1950s view of downtown Salisbury, Maryland
stmarys-sarahhughes.jpgSarah Hughes Grave1 viewsThe oldest gravestone still in existence in Wicomico County is that of Sarah Hughes, wife of Jesse, who died in 1810 and is buried in the St Mary Episcopal Church Cemetery in Tyaskin.

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jacksonsmill-sby.jpgJackson's Mill0 viewsThis view, taken before 1912, shows the Jackson Mill, where wooden shipping boxes were manufactured.Dec 28, 2015
mainsteastfromdockst.jpgSalisbury0 viewsMain Street looking east from Dock Street, 1916Dec 28, 2015
wicorivernitepostcard~0.jpgMoonlight Scene on the Wicomico River3 viewsThe vessel shown in this picture is the Baltimore, Chesapeake and Atlantic Railway Company's steamer "Virginia". She was built in 1903 and plied the water from Baltimore to Salisbury three days each week until 1924.Dec 28, 2015
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sudlersconclusion.jpgSudler's Conclusion1 viewsThe exact age is not known, but historians generally agree that this home was built between 1700-1725, with a 2-story addition in 1840. It is one of the oldest houses still standing on the Lower Eastern Shore. Sudler's Conclusion was the name Thomas Seon Sudler attached to the 419 acres on Back Creek near Manokin that he had resurveyed under one name in 1789 from 5 tracts which had been patented as early as 1665. His grandfather, Thomas Seon, assembled extensive holdings between Back Creek and the Annemessex River beginning with the purchase of a 100-acre portion of Barnaby's Lott in 1747. It is presumed that this home was already standing on the land at that time.Nov 28, 2014
eastewart.jpgElizabeth Anne Stewart1 viewsElizabeth Anne Stewart was born in Somerset County, MD in 1790. She married into the prominent Sudler family of Somerset County, becoming the wife of Tubman Waters "Tubby" Sudler on November 5, 1817. She died in 1863, and was buried at the family's estate, Sudler's Conclusion on Back Creek near Manokin. Nov 28, 2014
whitehavenhoteltoday.jpgWhite Haven Hotel1 viewsThis is what the White Haven Hotel looks like today, completely restored and operating as a bed-and-breakfast.Nov 26, 2014
wicosheriffwwlarmore-1907-1909.jpgWicomico Sheriff W. W. Larmore1 viewsSheriff Larmore, pictured here with his officers, served from 1907-1909.Nov 26, 2014