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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Carroll County, Maryland

 
Clickable Map of Carroll County, Maryland and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Carroll County, MD (196) Baltimore County, MD (301) Frederick County, MD (548) Howard County, MD (142) Adams County, PA (1393) York County, PA (377)  CarrollCounty(196) Carroll County (196)  BaltimoreCounty(301) Baltimore County (301)  FrederickCounty(548) Frederick County (548)  HowardCounty(142) Howard County (142)  AdamsCountyPennsylvania(1393) Adams County (1393)  YorkCounty(377) York County (377)
Westminster is the county seat for Carroll County
Adjacent to Carroll County, Maryland
      Baltimore County (301)  
      Frederick County (548)  
      Howard County (142)  
      Adams County, Pennsylvania (1393)  
      York County, Pennsylvania (377)  
 
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1Maryland, Carroll County, Eldersburg — History of the Freedom Community
2Maryland, Carroll County, Eldersburg — In Memory of All American Veterans
3Maryland, Carroll County, Eldersburg — Veterans Memorial
4Maryland, Carroll County, Eldersburg — Wesley Chapel
5Maryland, Carroll County, Finksburg — Sandy Mount United Methodist Church — 1827 - 1977
6Maryland, Carroll County, Hampstead — Hampstead District
7Maryland, Carroll County, Hampstead — Spring Garden
8Maryland, Carroll County, Keymar — “Terra Rubra”
9Maryland, Carroll County, Keymar — Birthplace of Francis Scott Key — August 9, 1780
10Maryland, Carroll County, Keysville — Francis Scott Key
11Maryland, Carroll County, Manchester — German Church — 1760
12Maryland, Carroll County, Manchester — Manchester
13Maryland, Carroll County, Manchester — Manchester — Meade's Pipe Creek Plan — Gettysburg Campaign —
14Maryland, Carroll County, Manchester — Manchester — Meade's Pipe Creek Plan — Gettysburg Campaign —
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15Maryland, Carroll County, Manchester — Miller-Warner Farm — 1862 — Maryland Historical Trust —
16Maryland, Carroll County, Marriottsville — Henryton Center — Reported missing
17Maryland, Carroll County, Marriottsville — Henryton School of Practical Nursing
18Maryland, Carroll County, Middleburg — Army of the Potomac — June 29 1863
19Maryland, Carroll County, Middleburg — Middleburg — Meade's Pipe Creek Plan — Gettysburg Campaign —
20Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — All Wars Memorial
21Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — Bobsled — ❄️
22Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — Bohn-Sponseller Building — Built Circa 1905 (Rebuilt 2007) — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
23Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — Butler's Garage — 1919 — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
24Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — Civil War Memorial
25Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — Commercial Bank — Circa 1912 — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
26Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — Dorsey's Store - Vacant Lot — Built Circa 1903 (Rebuilt 2007) — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
27Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — First Location of the Mount Airy School
28Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — First National Bank Building — 1930 — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
29Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — Mount Airy — Visitor Services
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30Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — Mount Airy — History
31Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — Mount Airy — Under the Barrels — Gettysburg Campaign —
32Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — Olde Town Restaurant — 1934 — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
33Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — Parrsville & Ridgeville — Two Towns at the Four Corners
34Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — People's Lumber and Supply Building — 1918 — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
35Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — Railway Express Agency Baggage Wagon — circa 1930
36Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — Riddlemoser Building — 1920 — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
37Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — Rudy & - Burdette Building — Built Circa 1905 (Rebuilt 2007) — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
38Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — Runkles Mill and The Mt. Airy Milling Company — Historic Downtown Mount Airy
39Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — Simpson Hotel — Circa 1904 — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
40Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — Sledding in Mount Airy in the Past
41Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — The Condon Building — 1910 — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
42Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — The Flat Iron Building — 1903 — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
43Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — The Gillis Building — 1957 — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
44Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — The Gun Shack — 1912 — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
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45Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — The Mount Airy Rail Yard — Historic Downtown Mount Airy
46Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — The Mount Airy Station — Built in 1875 and Enlarged in 1882 — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
47Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — The Nicodemus Building — Circa 1907 — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
48Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — The Ruland Bakery and Linthicum House — Before 1908 — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
49Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — The Runkles and Resnick Buildings — Circa 1907 — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
50Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — The Telephone Exchange Building — 1910 — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
51Maryland, Carroll County, Mount Airy — William Hood Building — Circa 1884 — Historic Downtown Mount Airy —
52Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — Bell from Brick Church
53Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — Birthplace of American Methodism — Robert Strawbridge † 1781
54Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — Desert Shield / Desert Storm Memorial
55Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — Elizabeth Piper Strawbridge
56Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — Gen. Bradley T. Johnson's Raid — Looting in New Windsor — Early's 1864 Attack on Washington —
57Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — John Evans House, 1764 — Methodist Land Mark
58Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — Korean — 1950 - 1955
59Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — Methodist Historical Marker
60Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — New Windsor — Maryland History
61Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — New Windsor — Village by Moonlight — Gettysburg Campaign —
62Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — Robert Strawbridge —
63Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — Robert Strawbridge — 1732 - 1781
64Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — Robert Strawbridge House
65Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — Strawbridge Log Meeting House Site
66Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — Strawbridge Shrine — Methodist Heritage Site - C. 1760 — 🠔 —
67Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — Strawbridge Shrine — Methodist Heritage Site - C. 1760 — 🠖 —
68Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — Summer Kitchen — Ca. 1900
69Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — The Strawbridge Shrine — A National United Methodist Heritage Landmark
70Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — Veterans Memorial
71Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — Vietnam — 1961 - 1975
72Maryland, Carroll County, New Windsor — World War I and World War II Memorial
73Maryland, Carroll County, Sykesville — Baldwin's Station — Honoring the B&O railroad's premier architect
74Maryland, Carroll County, Sykesville — Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Station
75Maryland, Carroll County, Sykesville — Hood’s Mill
76Maryland, Carroll County, Sykesville — Millard Cooper — 1926 - 1980
77Maryland, Carroll County, Sykesville — Springfield Presbyterian Church
78Maryland, Carroll County, Sykesville — St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church — Built 1868
79Maryland, Carroll County, Sykesville — Sykesville — Capturing Joe Hooker — Gettysburg Campaign —
80Maryland, Carroll County, Sykesville — The Gate House — Historic Portal to Springfield State Hospital
81Maryland, Carroll County, Sykesville — The Historic Sykesville Colored Schoolhouse
82Maryland, Carroll County, Sykesville — The Strawbridge Home for Boys
83Maryland, Carroll County, Sykesville — The Town House — Remembering a Grand Age
84Maryland, Carroll County, Sykesville — Veterans Memorial
85Maryland, Carroll County, Taneytown — "9 11 A Day To Remember"
86Maryland, Carroll County, Taneytown — "Steps of the Sisters" — St. Joseph Parish School — 1917 - 1972 —
87Maryland, Carroll County, Taneytown — 1st Lieutenant John E. Buffington
88Maryland, Carroll County, Taneytown — Adam Good Tavern
89Maryland, Carroll County, Taneytown — Army of the Potomac — June 30, 1863
90Maryland, Carroll County, Taneytown — Army of the Potomac — July 1, 1863
91Maryland, Carroll County, Taneytown — Bridgeport
92Maryland, Carroll County, Taneytown — Everyone is Welcome
93Maryland, Carroll County, Taneytown — Everything from Bags of Flour to the President's Shoes
94Maryland, Carroll County, Taneytown — Extra! Extra! — "Mount and Spur for Gettysburg"
95Maryland, Carroll County, Taneytown — Meade’s Headquarters
96Maryland, Carroll County, Taneytown — Painting the Town Red
97Maryland, Carroll County, Taneytown — Taneytown — Meade’s Pipe Creek Plan — Gettysburg Campaign —
98Maryland, Carroll County, Taneytown — Taneytown Memorial Park
99Maryland, Carroll County, Taneytown — The Heart of Our Town
100Maryland, Carroll County, Taneytown — Zile's Ice Cream

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Feb. 7, 2023