Williams, John James b. May 17, 1904 d. January 11, 1988 John J. Williams, a longtime resident of Millsboro, was born May 17, 1904, in Frankford, DE. Before entering public service he established the Millsboro Feed Company. In 1924, he married Elsie Steele. In 1946, he served on the Millsboro Town Council. He had a passion for Delaware and American History, which he passed on through his family.
Wooten, Raymond H. 'Buddy' b. August 31, 1935 d. April 12, 2006 R&B Musician. A native of Manhattan, New York, he was the lead singer and a member of the early rhythm and blues music group, "The Mello-Moods". The group which formed in New York in the early 1950s, was one of the first black teen vocal kiddie groups, coming on the scene four years before "Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers". The group was made up of 13 and 14 year old students from the Resurrection Grammar School in Manhattan, New York, that included besides Wooten, singer and piano player Bobby '...[Read More] (Bio by: K) Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Millsboro, Sussex County, Delaware, USA Plot: Section C, Row G, Site 9