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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...


Lutherville Historic District

Lutherville Timonium, MD

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


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


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...


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...


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


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


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


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...


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



Monkton, MD

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


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...


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...


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


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


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...


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



Cockeysville, MD

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


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 ...



Cockeysville, MD

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

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