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    Simon J. Martenet, Martenet's Atlas of Maryland, 1861, Library of Congress, MSA SC 1213-1-118

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    Woodville, Maryland Tomlinson, J. Townsend, J. F. Osborn, Mrs. Osborn, Thomas H. Asa, Mr. Webster, Geo. Markwood, Geo. Rouse Cook, M. Garner, M. Cook, W. H. Garner, Daniel Freeland, S. H. Edelen, Mrs. Rocket, B. E. Garner, W. F. Baden, B. Hyde, T. F. Venable, Mrs. Boswell Hyde, Richard A. Brady, E. Hyde, Geo. Connick, E. Cage, L. Cook, Lyon Williams, J. Cage, T. Young, J. Burnill, Mrs. Dale, J. R. Orm, G. N. Orm, Geo. E. Martin, Mrs. Wright, H. S. Gibbons, D. Stewart, B. World Summers, J. Fowler Sasscer, Jonathan Garner, Mrs. C. Gibbons, Jas. Naylor, Jas. (of 1) Greer, M. Cooksey Downing, Mrs. Tippett, Joshua Connick, C. R. Rollins, J. H. Marriolt, Geo. Turner, J. L. Rollins, J. H. Connick, C. R. Wilson, W. J. Naylor, Jas. Naylor, T. Watson, F. Watson, William T. Naylor, William Trueman, H. B. Estep, J. T. Young, T. Young, David Bowling, J. D. Worthington, W. Somerville, Mrs. Somerville, T. Forbes, Col. Geo. Mc Pherson, Charles H. Thomas, J. C. Turner, Geo. A. Thomas, G. W. Compton, J. Thomas, G. W. Barker, W. R. Wood, Mrs. Morton, Geo. Morton, G. Morton, G. W. Craycroft, Mrs. M. E. Davis Scott, A. H. Wood, P. Waters, J. F. Ball, J. A. Dare, Dr. Estep, J. L. Craycroft, T. B. Morris, J. A. Salby, S. Adams, Jno. Demar, J. Scott, A. H. Turner, Jno. E. Barker, William R. Thomas Blacksmith Shop NW of Horse Head Horse Head Store & Post Office in Horse Head Grist Mill Store & Post Office in Woodville Episcopal Church in Woodville Store JJ Turner, George A. Dr. Stone Howell, G. (Public House) Wind Mill Connick, C. R. Methodist Church South of Woodville School House NW of Horse Head Selby's Store Trueman's Point Landing Black Swamp Naylor's Landing Magruder's Ferry Methodist Church South of Horse Head Blacksmith Shop North of Horse Head Grocery Store Episcopal Church near Horse Head Store South of Horse Head Store South of Horse Head Brandywine School House East of Horse Head School House South of Horse Head School House in Woodville