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

Clickable Map of Queen Anne's 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> Queen Anne s County, MD (100) Anne Arundel County, MD (439) Caroline County, MD (85) Kent County, MD (100) Talbot County, MD (130) Kent County, DE (250)  QueenAnne'sCounty(100) Queen Anne's County (100)  AnneArundelCounty(439) Anne Arundel County (439)  CarolineCounty(85) Caroline County (85)  KentCounty(100) Kent County (100)  TalbotCounty(130) Talbot County (130)  KentCountyDelaware(250) Kent County (250)
Centreville is the county seat for Queen Anne's County
Stevensville is in Queen Anne's County
      Queen Anne's County (100)  
      Anne Arundel County (439)  
      Caroline County (85)  
      Kent County (100)  
      Talbot County (130)  
      Kent County, Delaware (250)  
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1Maryland (Queen Anne's County), Stevensville — British TakeoverStar Spangled Banner National Historic Trail
Broad Creek was an obvious landing point for the 2,000-3,000 British troops coming ashore on Kent Island August 5, 1813. This had been a ferry landing since the 1600s. Stores of grain and pens of cattle, hogs, and sheep awaited transport to the . . . Map (db m90634) HM
2Maryland (Queen Anne's County), Stevensville — Broad Creek Cemetery
Broad Creek was established as the site of Christ Church sometime between 1651 and 1684. At that time, Broad Creek was the center of colonial activity on the Island. From 1712 to 1826, three additions or entirely new church structures were built on . . . Map (db m67251) HM
3Maryland (Queen Anne's County), Stevensville — Christ ChurchTown of Broad Creek
First Christian congregation in Maryland organized 1632 by the Reverend Richard James at Kent Fort, south end of island. Church moved here ca. 1650. Rebuilt 1712 and 1826. This oldest continuous congregation in Maryland moved to Stevensville in 1880.Map (db m3138) HM
4Maryland (Queen Anne's County), Stevensville — Christ Church
The beautiful Gothic structure, dating to 1880, has a steep slate roof, a stone foundation, and is distinctly different from most other church buildings in the region. Note the unusual chimney. This style, known as "lancet," actually dates back to . . . Map (db m137782) HM
5Maryland (Queen Anne's County), Stevensville — Country Store1885-1890
Built for Wells Tolson Later operated by White, Howe & Frampton familiesMap (db m137778) HM
6Maryland (Queen Anne's County), Stevensville — Cray House
This National Register site is located on a tract of land once called Steven's Adventure, granted to Francis Stevens in 1694. John Denny, a ship carpenter, mechanic and farmer, constructed the earliest northern part of the house soon after he . . . Map (db m137779) HM
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7Maryland (Queen Anne's County), Stevensville — Grollman's Store
B. F. Brown's Store, 1877 William Cockey's Store, 1885-1920Map (db m137777) HM
8Maryland (Queen Anne's County), Stevensville — Kent Island“The Isle of Kent”
. . . Map (db m129186) HM
9Maryland (Queen Anne's County), Stevensville — Kent Island
First English Settlement Within Maryland August - 1631Map (db m138229) HM
10Maryland (Queen Anne's County), Stevensville — Old Stevensville Post Office
The precise construction date of this building is not yet known, but the structure appears on an 1877 map and served as the Stevensville Post Office for the first half of the 20th century. The government paid rent of $18.75 per month and $25 per . . . Map (db m137774) HM
11Maryland (Queen Anne's County), Stevensville — Stevensville Bank1909
Individually listed in the National Register of Historic PlacesMap (db m137775) HM
12Maryland (Queen Anne's County), Stevensville — Stevensville Train Depot
This train station was built in 1902, when the Queen Anne's County Railroad Company extended its western terminus 13 miles to the northwest, from Queenstown to Love Point. A connection was made with steamboats for transport across the Chesapeake . . . Map (db m137781) HM
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Oct. 1, 2022