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Historic Sites in Cockeysville, MD

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The Baltimore County Almshouse, built in 1782, is the Historical Society of Baltimore County's headquarte... americanheritage.com

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Lutherville Historic District

Lutherville Timonium, MD

National Register of Historic Places, U.S. Department of the Interior, 1972. Lutherville, named for Martin Luther, wa... hmdb.org

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Civil Engineer, graduated West Point 1822. Among engineer officers sent to assist railroad companies, surveyed first ... hmdb.org

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Northampton Furnace

Baltimore, MD

Built in 1759 by Charles Ridgely (the Elder) of Hampton and two sons, the iron foundry operated for 70 years on Sprin... hmdb.org

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St. James’s

Monkton, MD

Established 1750 as a Chapel of Ease in the Parish of St. John’s of Joppa. In a brick chapel 60 x 30 feet, now the tr... hmdb.org

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Completed in 1832, the North Central Railroad carried passengers and freight between Baltimore, York, and Harrisburg ... hmdb.org

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Separation of Baltimore City and County effective July 4, 1851. Towsontown was chosen as County Seat by popular vote ... hmdb.org

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Marble blocks from Cockeysville area quarries were used in 1836 to bed the track fro this section of the Baltimore an... hmdb.org

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Third and Last County Almshouse

Lutherville Timonium, MD

Building constructed and furnished at cost of $60,000 from proceeds of sale of old Almshouse property under authority... hmdb.org

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Part of the Valley of Jehosaphat, now Dulaney Valley, patented August 10, 1684. Walter Dulaney acquired half, 1747, a... hmdb.org

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Clynmalira

Monkton, MD

Surveyed April, 1705 for Charles Carroll, Lord Baltimore’s Attorney-General of his Province of Maryland 1688. In 1822... hmdb.org

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Lime Kiln

Hunt Valley, MD

Lime Kilns in this area were built into hillsides for support. A fire was maintained at the bottom of the pit and cru... hmdb.org

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My Lady's Manor

Monkton, MD

Sometimes called "Lord Baltimore's Gift" Surveyed 26 August, 1713 and granted by Charles 2d Lord Baltimore to his fou... hmdb.org

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Leakin Park had a name before it had a place. At his death in 1922 John Wilson Leakin left the city several downtown ... hmdb.org

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Originally constructed as a log cabin in 1833, St. John’s Chapel and land adjacent thereto served the local black com... hmdb.org

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Ladew Topiary Gardens

Jarrettsville, MD

Henry Scarff acquired land here about 1747 and soon built a four-room house. Descendants added the three story center... hmdb.org

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Hampton is the story of people -- enslaved African Americans, indentured servants, industrial and agricul... americanheritage.com

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Hayfields

Cockeysville, MD

Colonel Nicholas Merryman Bosley, builder, 1810, awarded silver tankard by the hand of Lafayette for best cultivated ... hmdb.org

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The Garrison Fort

Baltimore, MD

Built about 1695 as headquarters for a troop of mounted rangers to patrol paths from the Patapsco to the Susquehanna ... hmdb.org

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Phoenix

Cockeysville, MD

Phoenix, one of the many mill towns of the 1800s in Baltimore County, survives today as a secluded little village bes... hmdb.org

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