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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Montgomery County, Maryland

 
Clickable Map of Montgomery 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 Montgomery County, MD (713) Frederick County, MD (548) Howard County, MD (142) Prince George s County, MD (609) Washington, DC (2434) Arlington County, VA (450) Fairfax County, VA (693) Loudoun County, VA (335)  MontgomeryCounty(713) Montgomery County (713)  FrederickCounty(548) Frederick County (548)  HowardCounty(142) Howard County (142)  PrinceGeorge'sCounty(609) Prince George's County (609)   D.C.(2434) Washington (2434)  (450) Arlington County (450)  FairfaxCounty(693) Fairfax County (693)  LoudounCounty(335) Loudoun County (335)
Rockville is the county seat for Montgomery County
Adjacent to Montgomery County, Maryland
      Frederick County (548)  
      Howard County (142)  
      Prince George's County (609)  
      Washington, D.C. (2434)  
      Arlington County, Virginia (450)  
      Fairfax County, Virginia (693)  
      Loudoun County, Virginia (335)  
 
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1Maryland, Montgomery County, Aspen Hill — Matthew Henson — A Lifetime of Exploration
2Maryland, Montgomery County, Aspen Hill — Old Glory
3Maryland, Montgomery County, Aspen Hill — Veirs Mill
4Maryland, Montgomery County, Barnesville — Barnesville — “Before night our town changed hands five times!” — Antietam Campaign 1862 —
5Maryland, Montgomery County, Barnesville — Barnesville — “... a bad night of it...” — Gettysburg Campaign —
6Maryland, Montgomery County, Barnesville — Barnesville Station — Dedicated October 8, 1977
7Maryland, Montgomery County, Beallsville — African American Soldiers from Montgomery County — 1861-1865
8Maryland, Montgomery County, Beallsville — Beallsville — Squabble at the cemetery: Whose flag flies today? — Antietam Campaign 1862 —
9Maryland, Montgomery County, Beallsville — Brewer Farmstead
10Maryland, Montgomery County, Beallsville — Equestrian Heritage
11Maryland, Montgomery County, Beallsville — In Loving Memory — Confederate Memorial
12Maryland, Montgomery County, Beallsville — Seneca Stone Barn
13Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — "All are Welcome to the Healing Plaza" — Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
14Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — "The Linden Oak" — - 1976 -
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15Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — “Home of the Dome” — (1962 - 1992)
16Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — A Totem For Healing
17Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — A Way for Fish — Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
18Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Artist's Conception of Battery Bailey, Circa 1862
19Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — At This Location — Quercus alba -- White Oak
20Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Battery Bailey
21Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Bear and the Steelhead
22Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Bethesda Meeting House
23Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Cemetery of the Bethesda Presbyterian Church
24Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Col. Guilford Dudley Bailey — The Fallen Union Officer for Whom the Battery Was Named
25Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Defending the City of Washington
26Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Five Points, historic crossroads
27Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Fort Sumner
28Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — From Trolley to Trail — A Brief History
29Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Home of Samuel Wade Magruder — 1728-1792
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30Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — In Loving Memory of Robert W. Lebling — Husband | Father | WWII Captain | Community Leader | Executive — 1923 - 2000 —
31Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Inlet Locks — Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
32Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Lockhouse 6 — Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
33Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Locust Grove
34Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Looking North up Wisconsin Avenue at Old Georgetown Road in 1940
35Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Loughborough Mill
36Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Loughborough Mill
37Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — 12 — Madonna of the Trail
38Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Moreland
39Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — National Naval Medical Center — [Walter Reed National Military Medical Center] —
40Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — National Naval Medical Center in the 1940’s
41Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Neal Potter Plaza — at the Capital Crescent Trail
42Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Neal Potter Plaza — at the Capital Crescent Trail
43Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Old Georgetown Road
44Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Old Georgetown Road
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45Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — NW5 — Original Federal Boundary Stone, District of Columbia, Northwest 5
46Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Original Federal Boundary Stone, District of Columbia, Northwest 6 — The District of Columbia Boundary Stones
47Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — President Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicated the NIH Bethesda campus on this site, October 31, 1940
48Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Raven and the Sun
49Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Tennallytown and Rockville Railroad
50Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — The Bank of Bethesda Building
51Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — The Centennial Anchor — October 16, 1987
52Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — The Church that Named a Community
53Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — The Class of 1970 Honors Its Distinctive ‘Dome•icile’ — An All-Purpose Auditorium Accommodating Athletics, Activities, Assemblies & the Arts
54Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — The Dalecarlia Tunnel
55Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — The First Building for the Bethesda Fire Department
56Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — The Georgetown Branch Railroad
57Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — The Georgetown Branch Railroad
58Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — The Louis Stokes Laboratories
59Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — The Mary Woodard Lasker Center for Health Research and Education
60Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — The Walter Reed Memorial
61Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — The Washington and Glen Echo Railroad
62Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — This Complex of Buildings and Gardens
63Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Tree of Hippocrates — Plantanus Orientalis — Reported missing
64Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Tree of Hippocrates — Platanus Orientalis
65Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Tree of Hippocrates — Platanus Orientalis
66Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Tree Planting Ceremony
67Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Veterans Memorial
68Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Walter Johnson
69Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Walter Johnson House
70Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — Walter Reed Monument — Healing Plaza — Walter Reed National Military Medical Center —
71Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — We Drivers!
72Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda — What is a Battery?
73Maryland, Montgomery County, Boyds — Black Hill Gold Mine
74Maryland, Montgomery County, Boyds — To Honor the Memory of George A, (Jay) Chadwick Jr. — November 20, 1911 - July 20, 2001
75Maryland, Montgomery County, Boyds — Welcome to our Earthbench
76Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — A Refuge — Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
77Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — August 26, 1814
78Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Bentley House — United States Capital for a Day — War of 1812 Bicentennial Brookeville, Maryland —
79Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Briggs House — War of 1812 Bicentennial — United States Capital for a Day —
80Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Brighton Azalea Garden
81Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Brookeville — Prisoners Paroled — Gettysburg Campaign —
82Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Brookeville Academy — War of 1812 Bicentennial — Brookeville, Maryland —
83Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Brookeville Angel
84Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Brookeville Schoolhouse — Reported permanently removed
85Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Elton — Birthplace of Ridgely Brown, CSA — 1833-1864 —
86Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Gassaway House — War of 1812 Bicentennial — United States Capital for a Day —
87Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Historic Brookeville
88Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Howard Chapel Cemetery
89Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — In This House
90Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Madison House
91Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Margaret Brooke House — War of 1812 Bicentennial — United States Capital for a Day —
92Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Mill Worker's Cottage — Brookeville, Maryland — United States Capital for a Day —
93Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Mills in the Upcounty
94Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Murphy House — War of 1812 Bicentennial — United States Capital for a Day —
95Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Newlin’s Mill
96Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Newlin’s Mill Millstone
97Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Oakley Cabin
98Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — Our Agricultural Heritage
99Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — The Miller's Cottage — United States Capital for a Day — War of 1812 Bicentennial Brookeville, Maryland —
100Maryland, Montgomery County, Brookeville — The Moore Cottage — War of 1812 Bicentennial — United States Capital for a Day —

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Jan. 30, 2023