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Dorothy Lee DunhamHistory writerServices for Dorothy Lee...


Dorothy Lee Dunham

History writer

Services for Dorothy Lee Dunham, 83, who wrote histories of Galesville and Arlington, Va., were held Sunday at the Hardesty Funeral Home in Annapolis .

Mrs. Dunham, who lived in Annapolis for the past nine years, died of heart failure Friday.

She was a graduate of Central High School in Washington and attended Temple Business School. She worked for the U.S. Naval Experimental Station at the Old Naval Hospital in Annapolis and at Bittersweet Hill Nurseries.

She was author of the "Late 1940s History of Arlington County, Virginia" and "Galesville, Maryland, Its History and its People.

She is survived by a daughter, Martha Lee Collison, of Mayo; two sons, Norman W. Lee, Jr. of Edgewater and David E. Lee of Montgomery, Ala.; and a brother, Joseph Ellis, of Baltimore.


Alma J. Carrick

Bottling line worker

Services for Alma J. Carrick, 71, a retired bottling line worker at Calvert Distilleries, will be held tomorrow at 1 p.m. at the Kirkley-Ruddick Funeral Home, 421 Crain Highway S.E., Glen Burnie.

Mrs. Carrick, who died Sunday, was a Glen Burnie resident. She was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of American Legion Post 40.

She is survived by a daughter, Nancy A. Rowe of Glen Burnie; and two sisters, Roberta Weber of Halethorpe and Genevieve Gribble of Glen Burnie.

Elizabeth M. Magaha

Glen Burnie resident

Services for Elizabeth M. Magaha, a lifelong resident of Glen Burnie, will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. at the Kirkley-Ruddick Funeral Home, 421 Crain Highway S.E., Glen Burnie.

Mrs. Magaha, 48, died Saturday at the Harbor Hospital Center after a lengthy illness. She was retired from Optic Graphics and was a member of the Glen Burnie Ladies of the Moose.

She is survived by her husband, Gary E. Magaha; a son, John Yaskulski of Brooklyn Park; a daughter, Jane Trapp of Baltimore; sister, Anna M. Ebberts of Severn; and two brothers, Arthur R. Trapp of Baltimore and Harry J. Trapp of Beltsville.

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