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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Sudlersville
Sudlersville, Maryland and Vicinity
▶ Queen Anne's County (85) ▶ Anne Arundel County (435) ▶ Caroline County (59) ▶ Kent County (85) ▶ Talbot County (117) ▶ Kent County, Delaware (210)
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|On Benton Corner Road 0.3 miles south of Sudlersville Road (Maryland Route 300), on the left when traveling south. |
|This is the first Methodist meeting house erected in Queen Anne’s County, as an outgrowth of a Society organized in 1774. It is one of the earliest surviving Methodist Churches in Maryland. Bishops Francis Asbury, Thomas Coke and Richard Whatcoat . . . — — Map (db m3098) HM|
|On Benton Corners Road 0.1 miles south of Sudlersville Road (Maryland Route 300), on the left when traveling south. |
|The first Methodist meeting house in Queen Anne's County, and one of the earliest in the Nation, was built in 1783 on land donated by Joshua Dudley. The Queen Anne's Methodist Society, organized in 1774, was responsible for building the chapel. The . . . — — Map (db m138248) HM|
|On East Main Street (Maryland Route 300) at South Church Street (Maryland Route 313) on East Main Street. |
Philadelphia Athletics (A.L.) 1925-35, Boston Red Sex (A.L.) 1936-42
Chicago Cubs (N.L.) 1942, 1944, Philadelphia Phillies (N.L.) 1945
Jimmy was the greatest righthanded slugger of his time, hitting 30 or more home runs in 12 consecutive . . . — — Map (db m138246) HM|
|On West Main Street (Route 300) just west of South Church Street (Maryland Route 313), on the left when traveling west. |
|After the Civil War the majority of the Trustees left Dudley's Chapel and came into Sudlersville to begin a new church, thus Wesley Chapel Methodist Episcopal Church was established in 1868. A new larger church built on the same site was later . . . — — Map (db m138247) HM|
|On South Linden Street just south of East Main Street (Maryland Route 300), on the left when traveling south. |
|Not long after the Civil War, the Queen Anne's and Kent Railroad laid track to Sudlersville's doorstep heralding a period of growth. By 1869 the railroad provided transportation not only to those who lived in and around Sudlersville, but it also . . . — — Map (db m138245) HM|