letter excerpt The Dix Family Archive
The Clemens

William Bordley (15xx)
William Bordley (1605)
Stephen Bordley, Sr. (1637)
John Hynson (1645)
William Bordley (1667)
Stephen Bordley, Jr. (1674)
Thomas Bordley (1677)
Stephen Bordley (1709)
John B. Bordley (1727)
Stephen Bordley "Jr" (1732)
Judge James Bordley (1736)
Elizabeth Bordley (1777)
John B. Bordley (1800)
William C. Bordley, Jr. (1800)
James Bordley (1808)
James Bordley (1846)
Madison B. Bordley (1873)
James Bordley, Jr. (1874)
James Bordley, III (1900)
John E. Bordley (1902)
Bryden Bordley Hyde (1914)
Madison B. Bordley, Jr. (1915)
Marcello W. Bordley, Jr. (1915)
Robert AJ Bordley (1918)
Dr. James Bordley, IV (1942)

 Madison Brown Bordley, Jr. (1915- )

Son of Madison Brown Bordley and Helen Elizabeth Brown of James, his wife. Educated at public schools, Centreville, Md.; Washington College, Chestertown, Md. (A.B. 1938); Univ. of Md. (M. Ed. 1952). Married Lydia Ann Mooney 1939 (children: see chart) Career: Md. Trust Co, 1939; Glenn L. Martin Co.1939; Balto. Dept. of Education 1939-43, & 1946-53; Queen Anne’s Co. Bd. of Ed. 1953-73; teacher 1953-54; Guidance Counselor 1954-55; high school principal 1955-65 and Coordinator of Federal Programs 1965-73. On Boards of Directors: Centreville Nat’l Bank 1963-86; Q.A. Co. Historical Soc.; Church Hill Lions Club; Kent & Q.A. Hospital; Kent Hospice Foundation. Member of Chester River Yacht & Country Club. On Vestry St. Lukes Episcopal church, Church Hill, Md. since 1953 & Registrar of St. Lukes Parish since 1965. Served on active duty U.S. Navy 1943-46 in Atlantic & Pacific. Remained in U.S. Naval Reserve and went on Navy retired list 1963, Lieut. Commander & C.O. of Naval composite Unit, Centreville. He lives at "Ripley" near Church Hill, a Grant from Lord Baltimore 1674 to the Brown Family which he inherited 1953 with other farms.


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