11, at Seaford Presbyterian Church, 701 Bridgeville Hwy., Seaford.He later worked at First American Bank in Tennessee.According to her niece, Becky’s fresh ground coffee was the best on the east coast.In retirement he designed and built a house in Adolphus, Ky., from the ground up with no detail left untouched by his hand.She was sister to Thomas Sackville, the first Earl of Dorset.In her younger days, she worked at Sears and Roebuck in Seaford before going back to school to fulfill her dreams of becoming a nurse.He graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a bachelor’s degree in finance in 1972.on May 26, 1941, son of the late Jesse Hitchens and Phyllis (Mc Donald) Hitchens.
Hoover; a daughter, Dawn Ryan and husband Mark of Laurel; stepdaughters, Donna Hungerford and husband Bobby of Dover and Micki Taylor and husband Steve of Seaford; grandchildren, Adam Ryan, Jacob Ryan, Shawn Heller, Jeffrey Taylor and Brian Taylor; great-grandchildren, Emily, Kayla and Brandon; brothers, William Layfield and Clark Layfield and wife Karen, all of Delmar; and a sister, Agnes Truitt of Seaford.
Undoubtedly, Becky’s favorite place on earth was Green Turtle Cay in the Bahamas, which is evident from the bumper stickers on her cars to the pictures throughout her home, but most of all, in Becky’s choice of her final resting place.
He often used his talents and volunteered his time to help relatives, friends, and others.
Barbarina was married firstly to Valentine Henry Wilmot, a Guards officer, by whom she left a daughter, Arabella Wilmot, later the wife of Frederick Sullivan, vicar of Kimpton in Hertfordshire.
She was married secondly (1819) to Thomas Brand, Lord Dacre (1774 – 1851) whom she survived as the Dowager Lady Dacre (1851 – 1854).
Prior to World War II she resided in France and Britain.