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    Simon J. Martenet, Map of Kent County, 1860, Library of Congress, MSA SC 1213-1-471

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    Brown, Thos. R. Rees, A.J. Gale, Levin Gale, Jas. H. Gales, J.E. (Heirs) Deal, George F. Gales, J.E. (Heirs) Wescott, G.B. McLain, Thomas Westcott, G.B. Rees, Abel J. Gordery, Curtis Smith, H. Vanher, George W. Dale, Mrs. M.A. Smith, Hynson (Residence) Miller, Walter N. Miller, Merritt Ayres, West B. Miller, Thomas W. Jones, Richard W. Stephens, Wil. Bruff, Jno. Diehl, Daniel Coleman, Capt. Downey, Jno. Sinton, Jno. Frisby, R. Jainer, W. Miller, M. Urie, H. (Heirs) Ayres, L. Wilkinson, Chr. Stephen (Heirs) Stevens, Sam Urie, H. (Heirs) Harris, Miss J. Downey, J. Rendle, S. Copper, S.A. Frisby, R.J. Simmons, [?].F. Parker, William Davis, Ino. Baks, Rev. D.W. Hynson, J. Allen, Martin Burgess, T.D. Brown, T.R. Brown, T.R. Wilson, Capt. George Ringold, Thos. Burgess, Vachel Minnick, George W. Wilson, Bennett Willson, C. Copper, G. Gresham, Thomas P. Ringold, R.W. Kelly, Thomas Crouch, J. Apsley, Jos. R. Grant, J.W. Kelly, J. Wilkins Beck, N. Kelly, W. Kelly, T. Wickes, S.A.J. (Residence) Wickes, S.A.J. Copper, Miss E. Bolter, J. Bolter, Jas. Beck, J. Maslin, George L. (Residence) Dickerson, John Maslin, G.L. Ashley, L.W. Crosby, Jno. E. Wickes, Jas. P. Jones, Robert Stickney, Mrs. Glenn, Fred Wilson, Jas. Hyland, T. Crouch, J. Burgess, Miss S.A. Gould, E. Leary, Rev. G. Kendle, Capt. Thomas Strong, T.A. Leary, C.A. Morgan, Mrs. Sarah Glenn, W.H. Glenn, Wil. Coleman, Sam. J. Hynson, George W. Rendle, Karatia Wilson, Jno. C. (Heirs) Deal, E. Jones, Thomas Cacay, Chas. Glenn, Jas. Jones, O.P. Hadaway, Capt. A. Vickers, Thomas Vickers, John Maslin, Jacob (Heirs) Riley, C.W. Fletcher, Jas. Shriver, Jos. Davis, Henry Maslin, Jno. J. Maslin, Titus Buck, Berg F. Camp, Mrs. A. Gale, Isaac Dobbs, Abram Remille, R.C. Strong, Thomas A. Brevett, Mrs. E. Vickers, Dennes Hynson, R. Fisher, Dr. J. (Heirs) Judefind, John Hedges, Richard Ashley, Abram Edes, Jas. W. Hurt, Henry N. Bradshaw, C. Dale, Rev. W. Rader, Abram Smith, Jno. P. Gamble, Mrs. Ann Everett, W.B. Ayres, Jas. M. Ricaud, Col. J.B. Rees, A.J. Ricaud, Dr. L.M. Derrickson, D. Rees, A.J. Smith, Jno. P. (Residence) Rees, A.J. Deputy, C.M & E. Hadaway, Capt. E. Houston, Dr. B.F. Butler, Jas. Yochell, John Blackstone, H. Hynson Wilson, Alex Stones, W.J. Wilson, Alex Leverton, G. H. Hart, C.M. Leverton, G.H. Beck, Bery F. (Residence) Beck, Bery F. Vickers, Capt. Joel Nickol, Jeremiah Vickers, Capt. Cosden, Comegys Comegys, Edward Crew, J.W. Hurley, Samuel H. Wilkins, Jas. F. Jones, Jno. W. Cordray, Isaac Constable, W.S. (Heirs) Hurley, S.H. (Residence) Baker, S.E. (Residence) Thomas, Jno. E. Page, Jas. M. Edes, Jas. H. (Store) Edes, Jas. H. (Residence) Ledry, Rev. George Hynson, Capt. E. Leary, Rev. George Beck, Horatio Granary and Wharf School House No. 3 Denrigh Post Office Rock Hall Store Edwards, Jno. C. Eastern Neck Island Mitchell, C.J.B. Edwards, J.C. Wickes, Jas. P. Private School House Bogle, Robert Goodman, Richard Harris, Alex Jones, David Glenn, M.M. School House No. 1 East Neck School House S.A.J. Wesley Methodist Protestant Church Skinner Neck Forktown Rees X Roads Merrins Pond School House No. 4 Batters Hall Piney Creek Methodist Episcopal School House School House No. 2 Store and Post Office Rees Corner Poplar Neck Blacksmith and Wheel Wright Shop Mill St. Paul Protestant Episcopal Church School House No. 6 Trap Apothecary Stones Springs Brown's Landing Blacksmith and Wheel Wright Store School House No. 11 Bernell, William ? Reason, Toa. ? Methodist Episcopal Camp Ground Edesville