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Maryland Manual, 1985-86
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Soil Conservation District Supervisors
Wilbert R. Paul, Chairperson, 1985; Gary L.
Teter, 1986; Lee Heavner, 1988; Granville
Shumaker, 1989; Donald A. Emerson
(County appointee); Charles J. D. McVeigh,
Jr., Extension Agent, Secretary (non-voting).
Ronald D. Hawk, District Conservationist;
Craig Hartsock, District Manager.


County Seat: Annapolis 21404

Origin: Created by Chapter 8, Acts of 1650 (April

Name: The county was named for the Lady Anne
Arundel, wife of Cecilius, Second Lord
Baltimore and founder of the Colony of

Form of Government: Charter (1964)

County Code: See The Code of Anne Arundel
County, Maryland (1967) with supplements.

Area: 453.61 sq. miles (418.37 land; 35.24 water)

Population. 1900: 39,620; 1950: 122,361; 1960:
206,634; 1970: 298,042; 1980: 370,775.

Principal Incorporated Places (1980 census);
Annapolis (31,740), Highland Beach (8)

Principal Unincorporated Places (1980 census):
Glen Burnie (37,263), South Gate (24,185),
Severna Park (21,253), Severn (20,147)

Voter Registration, Oct. 8, 1984. Democrat:
109,545; Republican: 53,549; Other Parties: 99;
Decline to Affiliate: 13,825; Total: 177,019.

Per Capita Income (1980): $8,928
State Forests: Buckingham (137 acres)

State Parks: Jonas Green (6 acres), Patapsco
Valley (11,442 acres). Sandy Point (786 acres)

Colleges/Universities: Anne Arundel Community
College, Arnold; St. John's College, Annapolis;
U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis

Museums/Historical Societies: Anne Arundell
County Historical Society, P. 0. Box 836,
Severna Park 21146; Historic Annapolis, Inc.,
194 Prince George St., Annapolis 21401;
Banneker-Douglass Museum of Afro-American
Life and History, 84 Franklin St., Annapolis

Anne Arundel County/501

21401; U. S. Naval Academy Museum, U. S.
Naval Academy, Annapolis 21402


Circuit Court
P. 0. Box 71
Church Circle
Annapolis 21404 Telephone: 224-1397/8

District Court
Rowe Blvd. and Taylor Ave.
Annapolis 21401 Telephone: 269-2611

Orphans Court
Courthouse Annex
50 Cathedral St.
Annapolis 21401 Telephone: 224-1418

Court Terms:

Circuit Court—Grand Jury—first Wednesday in
March for a six-month term and first
Wednesday in September for a six-month term
during which jurors meet one day out of every
week; Petit Jury—first Tuesday in March for a
six-month term and first Tuesday in September
for a six-month term.

Orphans' Court Days—Tuesdays, 10:00 A.M. to
3:00 P.M. and Thursdays, 10:00 A.M. to 12:00

Circuit Court Resident Judges
Morris Turk, Chief Judge, 1991; Bruce C.
Williams, County Administrative Judge, 1991;
Raymond G. Thieme, Circuit Administrative
Judge, 1993; Robert H. Heller, Jr., 1986; H.
Chester Goudy, Jr., 1993; Robert S. Heise,
1993; Eugene M. Lemer, 1995; Martin A.
Wolff, 1995; James C. Cawood, Jr., 1999.

Circuit Court Clerk
E. Aubrey Collison, 1986


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