Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Thomas McCormick
MSA SC 3520-16870

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Brookeville 1814 Lot Descriptions: 

Thomas McCormick lived with his uncle Thomas Moore on Moore's estate known as "Retreat," just outside of Brookeville. McCormick later renovated and expanded "Retreat" into a larger country home which McCormick re-named "Longwood."

When he purchased Richard Thomas's grist mill in 1842, McCormick also purchased Lot 37 in Brookeville. It is likely that the miller's house was located at Lot 37.
Brookeville 1814: "U.S. Capital for a Day"

This project explores the people and community that welcomed President James Madison to Brookeville in the summer of 1814 after the British burned Washington, D.C.

Brookeville 1814: "U.S. Capital for a Day"

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