“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Kennedyville, Maryland

Clickable Map of Kent County, Maryland and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Kent County, MD (100) Anne Arundel County, MD (440) Baltimore County, MD (308) Cecil County, MD (181) Harford County, MD (198) Queen Anne s County, MD (100) Kent County, DE (250) New Castle County, DE (716)  KentCounty(100) Kent County (100)  AnneArundelCounty(440) Anne Arundel County (440)  BaltimoreCounty(308) Baltimore County (308)  CecilCounty(181) Cecil County (181)  HarfordCounty(198) Harford County (198)  QueenAnne'sCounty(100) Queen Anne's County (100)  KentCountyDelaware(250) Kent County (250)  NewCastleCounty(716) New Castle County (716)
Chestertown is the county seat for Kent County
Kennedyville is in Kent County
      Kent County (100)  
      Anne Arundel County (440)  
      Baltimore County (308)  
      Cecil County (181)  
      Harford County (198)  
      Queen Anne's County (100)  
      Kent County, Delaware (250)  
      New Castle County, Delaware (716)  
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1Maryland, Kent County, Kennedyville — Brig. Gen. John Cadwalader1742–1786
On Maryland Route 213, 0.7 miles south of Maryland Route 444, on the left when traveling south.
Commander Penna Troops. Served at Princeton, Brandywine, Germantown and Monmouth. Incensed at the cabal against Washington he wounded Gen. Conway in a duel. Lived nearby and served in General Assembly of Maryland from Kent County. Buried in . . . Map (db m129181) HM
2Maryland, Kent County, Kennedyville — Colonel Isaac Perkins“Flaming Patriot” of the Revolution
On Maryland Route 213, on the right when traveling south.
Son of Thomas Perkins, who built brick house near here in 1720. The Colonel was one of the commissioners appointed by Maryland Council of Safety to raise supplies for Washington’s army. Much of the flour provided from the Eastern Shore was ground in . . . Map (db m129179) HM
3Maryland, Kent County, Kennedyville — Reluctant AideStar-Spangled Banner National Historical Trail — War of 1812 —
On Turners Creek Road.
On May 6, 1813, the British landed barges at Turner’s Creek—a village of about 60 people and an active port for grains and flour. Resident John Stavely was forced to lead the enemy vessels to Fredericktown and Georgetown. After destroying . . . Map (db m80621) HM
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Mar. 26, 2023