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    Simon J. Martenet, Map of Anne Arundel County, 1860, Library of Congress, MSA SC 1213-1-117

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    Watson Chairs, Frank. Walker, Samuel Yealdhall, John Hodges, Jos. Gray, Jos. Chard, L. Hall, R.J. Solley, Thomas Graig, Dr. Johnston, Dr. Gray Hancock, L. Grimes Joice, William J. Hancock Wentz (of Baltimore) Wentz Thomas, Jos. Chairs, Henry Hodges, Jos. Jacobs, Dorsey Wales Johnson, Caleb Wood, Benjamin Jubb, Jno. Curry, Robert Chairs, Edw. Williams, O.H. Hancock, H.F. Mackabin, Geo. Hancock, H.F. Gray, Stephen Dunbar, Hy. F. Stansburg, J. Fowler, Henry Warfield, Allen Revell, Dr. T. Hancock, Wesley Chard, R. Meek, J. Hines, Edw. Chard, L. Chard, L. Hancock, Henry Osborn, Benjamin Dunbar, Henry F. Jabb (heirs) Daiger Wetter Linthicum, Wesley Henshaw, John Ford Cook, William Blunt, Perry Linstid, L. Brown, Frank. Cook, William Welch, M. Williams, Jas. Armiger, Jos. Fowler Gray, Z. Jubb (heirs) Forman, L. Hancock, L. (heirs) Ammon, Lieut. Jacobs, Dorsey Williams, William Lynch, Dr. S.B. Todd, Richard Williams, Mrs. D. Johnston, Owen Williams, Wesley Boon, Chas. Tidings, Richard Tidings, J.L. Robinson, Dr. Johnson, J. Haslup, Mrs. Johnson, Z. Johnson, Addison Mewshaw, D. Benson, S. Pumphrey, T. Smith, J. Stewart, Josh. Stewart, Josh. Jr. Marley Pumphrey, Jno. Stallings, Jas. Wilson, Geo. Wade, Thomas Holland, P. Mewshaw, Jas. Newberth, Mich. Eichelberger (of Baltimore) Hill, Robert Stewart, Chas. R. Wood, William Pumphrey, Jno. Pumphrey, S. Stewart, C.R. Johnson, J. Burton, William Hillert, Capt. Robinson, Jas. S. Johnson, Revdy Johnson, J.Q. Linstid, M. Boon, Thomas Stinchcomb, T. Stallings, Jno. Brown, Mrs. M. Tydings, Horatio Gray, Chas. Foreman, Rich. Lark, Jas. Stallings, A. Stinchcomb, William V. Tydings, Thomas Cobbins, William Boon, Chas. Hall, Thomas Freeman, William Wilson, Jas. Tydings, R. (heirs) Pettibone, Jno. Linstid, L. Linstid, L. Lark, S. Cooke, Albert Sprigg, Jas. Chairs, B. Redgraves, S.T. Lark, Stephen Linstid, L. Stall, William Weeden, Richard Brown, J. Stinchcomb, W. Tydings, Hy. Stinchcomb, Al. Freeman, G.W. Pettibone, Philip Meriken, Mrs. King, Mrs. E. Sherbert, T. Arnold, Mrs. Jones, Jno. W. Baldwin, Thomas Hoye, Tho. Bourk, Wesley Ridout, F. Pettibone, Dr. Hyde, Jno. T.E. Phipps, Mrs. Tate Duvall, Z. Miller, John Kent, Mrs. Ridout, Horace Yewell, Mrs. Ridout, Mrs. Anna Weeden, W.S. Ridout, Jno. Brice, Mrs. S. Winchester, Jacob Iglehart, Jas. Tucker, W.W. Hunter, J.W. Tate Bourk, L. Meriken, Mrs. Moss, R.B. (heirs) Mezick, Capt. B. Mezick, Capt. Thomas Boon, Jno. Richardson, S. Ridout, Dr. Meriken, Mrs. Winchester, J.C. Nicholds, J.B. Rockhold, Eliza Arnold, Thomas H. Hammond, Dr. Joice, Henry Arnold, E.R. Adams, R. Bourk, Jas. Pumphrey, Thomas Hoye, Jno. Saffield, Chas. Kilman Hotel Methodist Church near Marley Creek School House No. 17 Marley Creek Swan Creek Nabb's Creek Curtis Creek Company Gideon Chapel Acquia Creek Rail Road Osborn Pumphrey's Mill Store East of Curtis Creek Forest Home Mrs. Robinson's Academy & Post Office Blacksmith Shop South of Johnson's Store Grist Mill South of Johnson's Store Halfway House Rhodes, C. Store South of Halfway House Methodist Church South of Johnson's Store Methodist Church near Johnson's Store Johnson's Store Store & Post Office South of Johnson's Store Clinton Academy School House No. 16 Main Creek Methodist Church NW of Sch. No. 15 School House No. 15 Deep Creek School House No. 56 Blacksmith Shop East of Sch. No. 56 Ashbury Methodist Chapel Grist Mill North of Annapolis Brown & Marden Saw Mill Store & Post Office South of St. Margarets School House No. 13 Episcopal Church Boon, Jno (Mill) Mill Creek Whitehall Creek White Hall St. Margarets Duvall's Creek Light House Mezick Cove Greensberry Point Old Fort Fort Madison Basil, W. D. G. S. Chestnut & Co. Gibson's Landing School House No. 14 Saw Mill South of Halfway House Cypress Creek Whitehall Flatts Hachetts Point Sandy Point Magothy River Little Landing Big Landing Tar Coal Cove Leading Point (Patapsco River) Thom's Cove (Patapsco River) Hawkins Point (Patapsco River) Fort Carroll (Patapsco River) Sparrow Point Stony Point White Rocks (Patapsco River) North Point (Patapsco River) Rock Point Buoy (Patapsco River) Rock Point Knoll Light House Bodkin Point (Patapsco Point) Rock Creek (Patapsco River) Stoney Creek Bodkin Creek (Patapsco River) Back Creek (Patapsco River) Curtis Creek (between 3rd & 5th District)