Elizabeth Marie (Kreutz) Dornburg (1897 - 1967)

Elizabeth Marie (Kreutz) Dornburg
1897 - 1967
updated February 06, 2019
Elizabeth Marie (Kreutz) Dornburg, mother to 3 children, was born on August 9, 1897 at Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Maryland, United States, Baltimore, Maryland. She was born into the Kreutz family and married into the Dornburg family. She was born to Peter Josef Kreutz and Elizabeth (Seifarth) Kreutz. Elizabeth's partner was Carl Auguste Dornburg, and they gave birth to Robert Alan Dornburg, Ruth Madaline (Dornburg) Marple, and Charles Joseph Dornburg. Elizabeth died in 1967 at At home, Silver Spring, Maryland at age 69.

Lizzie was a very loving and giving woman. It has been said by all who knew her that you could not ever compliment anything you saw on her person or in her house because she would give it to you and make sure you took it home with you.
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Elizabeth Marie (Kreutz) Dornburg

First name

Elizabeth

Middle name

Marie

Maiden name

Kreutz

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Nickname(s) or aliases

Gender

Female

Birth

Elizabeth Dornburg was born on at Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Maryland, United States, in Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland United States

Death

Elizabeth Dornburg died in at At home, in Silver Spring, Montgomery County, Maryland United States

Cause of death

Heart Attack

Burial / Funeral

at George Washington Cemetery, in Adelphi, Prince George's County, Maryland United States

Obituary

Unknown.

Ethnicity & Lineage

United States

Nationality & Locations Lived

United States

Religion

Seventh day Adventist

Last Known Residence

Home, in Silver Spring, Montgomery County, Maryland United States

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Professions

Homemaker, Cook

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Elizabeth Marie (Kreutz) Dornburg

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Nov 11, 1866 - Apr 18, 1941
Apr 15, 1870 - Jan 19, 1952

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Elizabeth Marie (Kreutz) Dornburg & Carl Auguste Dornburg

Elizabeth Marie (Kreutz) Dornburg

Spouse:

1894 - 1975

Children:

Sep 21, 1931 - Oct 24, 2012
1921 - Aug 28, 1990
Feb 21, 1918 - Dec 18, 1987

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Elizabeth Marie (Kreutz) Dornburg, mother to 3 children, passed away in 1967 at At home, Silver Spring, Maryland at 69 years old. She was buried in George Washington Cemetery, Adelphi, Maryland. Elizabeth was born on August 9, 1897 at Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Maryland, United States, Baltimore, Maryland. She was born to Peter Josef Kreutz and Elizabeth (Seifarth) Kreutz. Elizabeth's partner was Carl Auguste Dornburg, and they gave birth to Robert Alan Dornburg, Ruth Madaline (Dornburg) Marple, and Charles Joseph Dornburg.
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1897 - 1967 World Events

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In 1897, in the year that Elizabeth Marie (Kreutz) Dornburg was born, on September 21st, editor and publisher Francis P. Church responded to a letter to the editor from Virginia O'Hanlon, 8 years old. Virginia's father had told her that "If you see it in The Sun, it's so." So she wrote to the Sun, asking if there was a Santa Claus. Church responded with the now famous editorial "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus".

In 1905, Elizabeth was only 8 years old when acclaimed dancer Isadora Duncan established the first school of modern dance in Berlin Germany. Isadora Duncan, born in San Francisco California, dedicated herself to the creation of beauty - through dance. Her focus on the movement of the human body rather than formal kinds of dance helped to give rise to the modern dance movement.

In 1918, at the age of 21 years old, Elizabeth was alive when federal spending was $12.68 billion, unemployment was 1.4% and the cost of a first-class stamp was 3 cents.

In 1922, she was 25 years old when from October 22nd - 29th, 3,000 men of Benito Mussolini's National Fascist Party marched on Rome. (Mussolini waited in Milan, he did not participate in the March.) The day after the March Mussolini went to Rome and the King of Italy handed over power to Mussolini, in part because he was supported by the military, the business class, and the right-wing factions of Italy.

In 1967, in the year of Elizabeth Marie (Kreutz) Dornburg's passing, on October 2nd, Thurgood Marshall was sworn in as the first black US Supreme Court justice. Marshall was the great-grandson of a slave and graduated first in his class at Howard University Law School. His nomination to the Supreme Court was approved by the Senate, 69 to 11.

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