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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM24HW_andrew-ellicott_Ellicott-City-MD.html
‹Andrew Ellicott› was born in Bucks Co., Pennsylvania, 1st month, 22nd, 1733; to which place his grandfather emigrated from near Falmouth, England about the year 1700. Soon after his marrying to ‹Mary Fox›, Andrew moved from his mills in …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM24HV_john-ellicott_Ellicott-City-MD.html
‹John Ellicott›, brother of Andrew, born in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 12th month, 28th, 1739 and removed with his brother Andrew from their mills in Bucks Co., 5th month, 16th, 1771, ‹to Baltimore County, Maryland› Here they built mills …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM24DQ_turntable-track_Ellicott-City-MD.html
The single set of tracks outside the museum's fence was the original right-of-way of the Baltimore & Ohio (B&O) Railroad. Now owned by CSX Transportation, this right-of-way has been in continuous use since 1830. For many years there were two sets …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM24DH_ellicott-city-station-1831_Ellicott-City-MD.html
The Baltimore & Ohio (B&O) Railroad's Ellicott City complex was the heart and soul of a bustling industrial and agricultural community once known as Ellicott's Mills. The railroad built several structures on or near the site, including Oliver Viad…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM24DG_day-french-puhl-house_Ellicott-City-MD.html
Day, a master stone mason, purchased this lot from the Ellicotts an built this federal style home, one of the oldest brick structures in the district. Rear and side additions were prior to 1887. Later home to the French's for many years, then begi…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM243K_the-road-to-prosperity_Ellicott-City-MD.html
Ellicott City's Main Street, with its businesses, shops and dining establishments, reflects four centuries of prosperity built through hard work, innovation and the connection to economic opportunity. In 1771, the Patapsco River Valley was a "…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM243E_fire-house-annex_Ellicott-City-MD.html
By 1963 the fire station's larger and more modern equipment required more space. This building annex was erected in order to provide the needed overflow storage unit relocation to the new Fire Station on Montgomery Road in 1997. This building, alo…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM243B_fells-lane-community_Ellicott-City-MD.html
You are standing at the site of the historic African American neighborhood of Fells Lane. The homes were demolished n the 1970s, and the street renamed Fels, after community activists fought for the construction of a new neighborhood. This 19…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM243A_miller-chevrolet_Ellicott-City-MD.html
In the 1930's Charles Miller built a new showroom for his Chevrolet dealership here before relocating to Route 40. In 1968 Stromberg Publishing consolidated its offices, warehouse and printing operation here for its Ellicott City then Howard Count…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM241P_to-preserve-the-union-a-war-memorial_Ellicott-City-MD.html
Dedicated to the men from Howard County who fought To preserve the Union during the American Civil War from 1861 to 1865 Union Units with companies raised in Howard County during the war: The Patapsco Guards, Independent Company Infantr…
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