Historical Markers in
Cecil County, Maryland

A Historic Hub of Commerce A New Town along the Susquehanna A Susquehannock Indian Fort Adams Hall An Earthly Paradise Bainbridge Naval Training Center Bald Friar Ford & Ferry Bayard-Bouchelle House Beck's Landing Big Elk Chapel Bird’s Eye View Blue Ball Tavern Bohemia Brady-Rees House Brick Meeting House Brookland Building the Company Town Byway Destinations / Chesapeake City C & D Canal C&D Canal Museum Calvert Village Capt. Colmary-Salmon House Capt. Michael Rudulph Carriage Steps Cecil County Doughboy Monument Cecil County Memorial Post Charlestown Cherry Grove Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Tablet Colonists' Wrought Iron Cross Count de Rochambeau’s Troops Creswell Hall Cropper House Cummings Tavern Dr. Smithers' House c. 1848 Elkton Elkton, Wedding Capital of the East Essex Lodge Explore the Chesapeake Fighting Back Flight 214 Flight 605 Fort Duffy Founded on Friendship Franklin Hall Frenchtown From Creek to Canal From Creek to Canal Gassaway House George Washington Gerry House Gilpin’s Falls Covered Bridge Greenfield Grist Mill Hazelmore Henry Deibert and E. Deibert Bros. Barge Building Hilltop View Historic East Nottingham Tanyard Historic Rodgers Tavern History Quest Hollingsworth House Holly Hall In Memory of the Unknown Soldiers In recognition Jacob Tome, Town Father James Rumsey Jennie Whiteoak House John A. J. Creswell Karsner-Wilsey House/Office Kinter-Metz House Long Bridge Lt. Col. Nathaniel Ramsay Maryland Bicentennial Tree Maryland Women in Military Service Monument McReynolds-Woods House Michael Rudulph Mitchell House Mount Harmon Plantation Mount Harmon Plantation at World's End Mount Harmon Plantation at World's End Mount Harmon Plantation at World’s End Mount Pleasant National Bank of Chesapeake City Native Americans in the 1600's Naval Training Center Bainbridge, MD New Castle and Frenchtown Railroad North East North Sassafras Parish Old Post Road Old Post Road - Lower Susquehanna Ferry - Rodgers' Tavern On Alert On the Wild Side Original Vestry House Memorial Overlook of General Howe’s Landing Pell Gardens Perryville Plantation Life in the Colonial Era Railroad History Revered Son Revolutionary War Rich History of the Lower Susquehanna Richards Oak Rock Presbyterian Church Rock Run Mill Rodgers Tavern Rose Hill Sarah Beaston House Sassafras River Savin-Conrey House 1848 Sentinel on the Bay Shipwatch Inn Shrewd Decision Site of Chapel-of-Ease Site of Charlestown Wharf Site of Fort Defiance Site of Fort Hollingsworth Site of Woodlawn Camp Meeting Smith’s Falls Snow's Battery Spirited Rebuff St. Augustine School St. Augustine’s Church St. Francis Xavier Church St. Francis Xavier Church St. Mary Anne’s Church St. Patrick's Chapel St. Peters Episcopal Church Bell Steele-Davis House Stone House Striking a Blow Strong Defense Stubbs-Caldwell House Susquehanna Manor Susquehanna Manor The Anchorage The Bayard House The Enemy Returns The Hermitage The North East Nazarene Camp The North East Nazarene Camp The North East Nazarene Camp The Nottingham Lots The Perryville Mule School The Principio Company The Proprietors of the Susquehanna Canal The River Town The Sassafras River The War Effort at Home: Perry Point Ammonium Nitrate Plant The Whiteoak House This Tablet is in Commemoration Tobacco and Mount Harmon Town Hall U. S. NTC Bainbridge USNTC Bainbridge Valentine Hollingsworth (1632-1710) Veterans Memorial War in the Chesapeake Washington Hall Welcome to Turkey Point! West Nottingham Academy West Nottingham Academy West Nottingham Academy Why Build a Lighthouse? William Marston Hogue, PhD Wilna Woodlawn World War I Monument World War II Monument "O! say can you see..." “Bohemia Mannor” “Labadie Tract” “New Munster” “O! say can you see…” “Partridge Hill” “Worsell Mannor”