Actually, if I remember correctly, RML Elzey was my great great grandfather. His daughter, Ara Elzey and her husband, John Caulk were my great grandparents who died in the 1920s. Their daughter Sadye Caulk and her husband Edwin Ferdinand Nuttall (m. 1903) gave birth to my father, Charles Edwin Nuttall, Sr. (1905-1985). I was born in 1945 in Salisbury, MD, having been conceived in the bedroom above the family grocery store (Nuttall's Market) opposite the Asbury Methodist Church in Sharptown (behind which RML and the Caulks are buried). I have visited the graves of several of my ancestors in Sharptown, including RML's father, Charles Elzey (b. 1795), and his wife Patience. Charles's father is also buried in the cemetery affiliated with the other Methodist Church. (I'm writing this without referring to the genealogy, so I might have missed a few generations).
My great grandfather's house was burned down about 35 years ago, and the brick telephone exchange erected on the site (I think that was on Ferry Street.)
John Caulk also ran a grocery and dry goods store which I believe was down by the river near the old Marvel packing plant. He was in partnership with a man named Smith & I am fortunate enough to have some stoneware jars & jugs labeled "Smith & Caulk" which were used to sell molasses and other liquids out of the barrel. They were noted for their cheese and coffee. At night they would lock the door, then hang the key on a nail beside it in case any customers needed something from the store after hours!