Victoria Nottingham, 64, USF&G clerk, homemakerVictoria...

October 16, 1998

Victoria Nottingham, 64, USF&G clerk, homemaker

Victoria Nottingham, a clerk at USF&G, died Sunday of lung failure at Sinai Hospital. The Northwest Baltimore resident was 64.

A native of Eastville, Va., the former Victoria Jordan married Benjamin T. Nottingham in the early 1960s and moved to Baltimore soon afterward.

She was a homemaker before she joined USF&G in 1972, first at its downtown location and later in Mount Washington. She retired from full-time work in 1994 and was working there part time at her death.

Services were held yesterday.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by a son, Ira Nottingham of Baltimore; a daughter, Tia Nottingham of Baltimore; two brothers, George W. Jordan of Eastville and Earl M. Jordan of Baltimore; two sisters, Mary E. Davis of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Dorothy A. McKinnon of Milford, Del.; and two grandchildren.

Pub Date: 10/16/98

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