Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Road Trip - Chestertown, Maryland


During most of the 18th century, there were 2 major seaports on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay, Annapolis on the west side & Kent County's Chestertown on the Eastern Shore


Ship's Rigging

1746 The Samuel Massey-Thomas Ringold House now Customs House





1746 Walter Dougherty- William Barroll House





1750 Bedingfield-Hands House


1756 Robert & Ann Sterling's frame Sterling's Castle


Courthouse Green


1759-80s The Dunn-Bolton House


1760s Nathaniel Hynson-Thomas Ringgold House also called The Abbey


1769 The Wallace-Wickes House


1769 Thomas Smythe's Widehall


1778 Edward Hopkins House


1780 Blacksmith Simon Wickes House


1781 William & Mary Trew's Providence Plantation


1782 The Palmer House of rubble stone, also called Rock of Ages House


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