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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Port Republic, Maryland
Location of Port Republic, Maryland
► Calvert County (147) ► Anne Arundel County (435) ► Charles County (142) ► Dorchester County (102) ► Prince George's County (524) ► St. Mary's County (269) ► Talbot County (118)
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|One of the original parishes of the Province of Maryland and Calvert County’s oldest continuously worshipping congregation, Christ Church began with a log church standing as early as 1672. Christ Church parish, 1692, included all the land south of . . . — — Map (db m3441) HM|
|Port Republic School No. 7, built about 1870 and closed in 1932. One teacher usually taught seven grades. Children walked to school from as far as three miles away. In the 59 similar schools throughout Calvert County, enrollment averaged about 30. . . . — — Map (db m3442) HM|
|Port Republic School #7 was built on this site around 1870 and remained in continuous use until it was closed in 1932. This school is from a time when free public education for all was a new concept in post-Civil War America.
This schoolhouse . . . — — Map (db m66097) HM|
|James Veitch, born 1628 in Roxburghshire, Scotland. Settled at Veitch’s Cove, later known as Veitch’s Rest, an original land patent granted by Lord Baltimore in 1649. Sheriff of Calvert County 1653–1657. Died 1685. — — Map (db m3443) HM|