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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Cecil County, Maryland

 
Clickable Map of Cecil 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 Cecil County, MD (181) Harford County, MD (198) Kent County, MD (100) New Castle County, DE (633) Chester County, PA (293) Lancaster County, PA (431)  CecilCounty(181) Cecil County (181)  HarfordCounty(198) Harford County (198)  KentCounty(100) Kent County (100)  NewCastleCountyDelaware(633) New Castle County (633)  ChesterCountyPennsylvania(293) Chester County (293)  LancasterCounty(431) Lancaster County (431)
Elkton is the county seat for Cecil County
Adjacent to Cecil County, Maryland
      Harford County (198)  
      Kent County (100)  
      New Castle County, Delaware (633)  
      Chester County, Pennsylvania (293)  
      Lancaster County, Pennsylvania (431)  
 
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1Maryland, Cecil County, Calvert — Brick Meeting House
2Maryland, Cecil County, Calvert — Calvert Village
3Maryland, Cecil County, Cecilton — Founded on FriendshipChesapeake Country National Scenic Byway
4Maryland, Cecil County, Cecilton — Greenfield
5Maryland, Cecil County, Charlestown — Capt. Michael Rudulph
6Maryland, Cecil County, Charlestown — Charlestown
7Maryland, Cecil County, Charlestown — Lt. Col. Nathaniel Ramsay
8Maryland, Cecil County, Charlestown — Shrewd DecisionStar-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail
9Maryland, Cecil County, Charlestown — Site of Charlestown Wharf
10Maryland, Cecil County, Charlestown — Susquehanna Manor(New Connaught Manor) Reported damaged
11Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — “Bohemia Mannor”
12Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — “Labadie Tract”Comprising 3750 Acres
13Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — A Historic Hub of Commerce
14Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — CE 317 — Bayard-Bouchelle HouseCirca 1854 - 1858
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15Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — Beck's Landing
16Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — B104 — Brady-Rees HouseC. 1870
17Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — Byway Destinations / Chesapeake City
18Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — C & D Canal
19Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — C&D Canal Museum
20Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — B206 — Capt. Colmary-Salmon HouseC. 1848
21Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Tablet
22Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — B19 — Cropper HouseC. 1833
23Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — B204 — Dr. Smithers' House c. 1848
24Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — B98 — Franklin HallC. 1870
25Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — From Creek to Canal
26Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — From Creek to Canal
27Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — C220 — Gassaway HouseC. 1860
28Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — G406 — Jennie Whiteoak HouseC. 1864
29Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — B224 — Karsner-Wilsey House/OfficeC. 1884
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30Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — G111 — Kinter-Metz House1854
31Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — Long Bridge
32Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — G400 — McReynolds-Woods HouseC. 1870
33Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — B109 — National Bank of Chesapeake CityC. 1903
34Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — Pell Gardens1982
35Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — B208 — Sarah Beaston HouseC. 1848
36Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — G221 — Savin-Conrey House 1848
37Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — F401 — Shipwatch InnC. 1930
38Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — St. Augustine School
39Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — St. Augustine’s Church
40Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — G301 — Steele-Davis HouseC. 1872
41Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — G327 — Stubbs-Caldwell HouseC. 1874
42Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — B11 — The Bayard Housec. 1780
43Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — B224 — The Whiteoak HouseC. 1840
44Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — B108 — Town HallC. 1914
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45Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — World War I Monument
46Maryland, Cecil County, Chesapeake City — World War II Monument
47Maryland, Cecil County, Colora — This Tablet is in Commemoration
48Maryland, Cecil County, Colora — West Nottingham Academy
49Maryland, Cecil County, Conowingo — A Susquehannock Indian Fort
50Maryland, Cecil County, Conowingo — Bald Friar Ford & Ferry
51Maryland, Cecil County, Conowingo — St. Patrick's Chapel
52Maryland, Cecil County, Conowingo — The Proprietors of the Susquehanna Canal
53Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — BohemiaFormerly Milligan Hall
54Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — Cherry Grove
55Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — Essex Lodge
56Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — Hazelmore
57Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — Hilltop ViewStar Spangled Banner National Historic Trail — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
58Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — History QuestMount Harmon Plantation
59Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — Mount Harmon PlantationTobacco Prize House and Wharf
60Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — Mount Harmon Plantation at World’s EndHistoric Tidewater Plantation & Nature Preserve
61Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — Mount Harmon Plantation at World's End
62Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — Mount Harmon Plantation at World's EndHistoric Tidewater Plantation & Nature Preserve
63Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — Mount Pleasant
64Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — North Sassafras Parish(Episcopal)
65Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — On the Wild Side[Mount Harmon Plantation]
66Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — Original Vestry House Memorial
67Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — Plantation Life in the Colonial EraMount Harmon Plantation
68Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — Rose Hill
69Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — St. Francis Xavier Church“Old Bohemia” — 2 Miles → —
70Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — St. Peters Episcopal Church BellFrom Cecilton Chapel Belfry
71Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — The Anchorage
72Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — The Sassafras RiverGateway to the Chesapeake Bay
73Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — Tobacco and Mount Harmon
74Maryland, Cecil County, Earleville — WoodlawnFormerly "Neighbour’s Grudge"
75Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — "O! say can you see..."Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail
76Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — “New Munster”
77Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — “Partridge Hill”Built c. 1760
78Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Big Elk Chapel
79Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Blue Ball Tavern Reported missing
80Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Carriage Steps
81Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Cecil County Doughboy Monument
82Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Creswell Hall
83Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — ElktonOriginally called “Head of Elk”
84Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Elkton, Wedding Capital of the East
85Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Fighting BackStar-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail
86Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Flight 214
87Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Frenchtown
88Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Henry Deibert and E. Deibert Bros. Barge BuildingElk Landing 1889 to 1911
89Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Hollingsworth House Reported missing
90Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Hollingsworth House
91Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Holly Hall
92Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Maryland Bicentennial Tree
93Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Michael Rudulph
94Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Mitchell House
95Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Native Americans in the 1600's
96Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — New Castle and Frenchtown Railroad1832–1853
97Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Old Post RoadEstablished 1666
98Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Revolutionary War
99Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Rock Presbyterian Church
100Maryland, Cecil County, Elkton — Site of Fort Defiance Reported missing

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Jan. 30, 2023