Historical Markers in
Queen Anne's County, Maryland

Battle of Slippery Hill Bennett’s Point Farm Birthplace of Charles Willson Peale Bowlingly Bowlingly British Command British Takeover Broad Creek Cemetery Byway Destinations Byway Destinations Callister’s Ferry Carmichael House Centrally Located Centreville National Bank of Maryland Centreville Wharf Chesapeake College Chesapeake Country National Scenic Byway Chesterfield Avenue: River to Railroad Connection Christ Church Christ Church Church Hill Theatre Colonial Courthouse Command Central Country Store Cray House Crossing Point Crossing the Narrows Dudley's Chapel Dudley's Chapel Enemy Occupation Female Seminary Governor Robert Wright Governor William Grason Grollman's Store Historic Points Honor • Valor • WWI • WWII • Korea • Vietnam Island in the Marsh: a hummock James Emory Foxx John Ozmon: Captain of the Sea and Entrepreneur Joshua Seney Kent Island Kent Island Lure of Freedom Maryland's Eastern Shore Old Stevensville Post Office Protecting the Homefront Queen Anne's County Courthouse Queen Anne’s County Queenstown Road to Battle She Fought for Equal Access Short History of Centreville Shuttled By Ship Site of Goldsborough House Site of Stagwell St. Luke's Episcopal Church St. Luke’s Episcopal Parish St. Paul's Episcopal Church St. Peter’s Church Stagwell Stevensville Bank Stevensville Train Depot Sudlersville Sudlersville Memorial Library Sudlersville Train Station Surprise at Queenstown The Battle Enjoined! The Brass Pin The Courthouse The James E. Kirwan Museum The Queen Anne's County Courthouse Tucker House War Along the Chesapeake War in the Chesapeake William Harper, Sr. Houses Working the Waters Wright's Chance Wright’s Chance Wye Island "Clover Field" “Bloomingdale” “Cheston on Wye” “Lord’s Gift” “Morgan’s Neck” / Richard Bennett III and Elizabeth Rousby “Wye Plantation”