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Round Top: (hill) in Washington County; see
Roundtop (hill).

Round Top Farm: in Queen Anne's County.

Roundpine Swamp Run: (run) in Garrett
County; branch of Muddy Creek, mouth
(1 1/4) miles northwest of Browning Mill.
(N. 39°32' W. 79°29') ACC

Roundtop: (hill) in Washington County; spur
of Tonoloway Ridge; (1/2) mile west of
Roundtop (village); elev. (1,388).
(N. 39°41' W. 78°14') HAN

Roundtop: (village) in Washington County;
(3) miles southwest of Hancock; elev. 450;
W. M. R.R.
(N. 39°41' W. 78°14') HAN

Roundtop Mountain: (mountain) in Frederick
County; in Catoctin Mountain, (3/4) mile
east of Eyler; elev. (1,640).
(N. 39°41' W. 77°24') EMM

Roundtop Wharf: (landing) in Queen Anne's
County; on Chester River, (2 1/2) miles north-
west of Ewingville; elev. 5.
(N. 39°14' W. 76°01') CHE

Rover: (village) in Howard County; (1 3/4)
miles southeast of Cooksville; elev. 477.
(N. 39°18' W. 77°00') ELL
Rowie: (village) in Prince George's County.
Rowland Island: (island) in Cecil County; in
Susquehanna River, (1 1/2) miles southeast
of Rowlandsville.
(N. 39°40' W. 76°10') HAV

Rowland Island: (island) in Harford County;
in Susquehanna River, (2 1/2) miles north-
east of Darlington; elev. (35).
(N. 39°39' W. 76°10') HAV

Rowlandsville: (village) in Cecil County; (2 1/2)
miles southwest of Colora; elev. 60; pop.
(170); P. O.; U. S. 222, Md. 338.
(N. 39°40' W. 76°09') HAV

Rowley Cove: (cove) in Worcester County;
inlet of Johnson Bay, mouth (3) miles
southeast of Girdletree.
(N. 38°05' W. 75°21') SNO
Rowsville: (village) in Prince George's County.
Roxbury: (village) in Washington County;
(2 1/2) miles northwest of Benevola; elev.
495; pop. (118); B. & O. R.R.; Md. 65.
(N. 39°34' W. 77°43') HAG

Roxbury Mills: (village) in Howard County;
(2 1/2) miles southwest of Glenwood; elev.
400; pop. (46); Md. 97.
(N. 39°15' W. 77°03') MT.A.

Roy Creek: (creek) in Worcester County;
branch of Assawoman Bay, mouth at Mary-
land-Delaware boundary, (3) miles east of
(N. 38°27' W. 75°05') OCE

Royal Oak: (village) in Talbot County; (2 3/4)
miles northeast of Bellevue; elev. 6; pop.
(255); P. O.; Md. 17-329; Express Agency.
(N. 38°45' W. 76°10') OXF

Royal Oak: (village) in Wicomico County; (3)
miles east of Wetipquin; elev. 11; pop. (15);
Md. 349.
(N. 38°21' W. 75°48') NANT

Royal Oak Station: (station) in Talbot County;
B. & E. R.R. station for Newcomb; see

Royston Branch: (branch) in Baltimore
County; branch of Loch Raven; mouth
(1 3/4) miles southwest of Sunnybrook.
(N. 39°29' W. 76°36') BAL

Royston Island: (island) in Talbot County; in
Choptank River, (1/2 ) mile southwest of
mouth of Irish Creek.
(N. 38°42' W. 76°14') OXF

Ruark: in Somerset County.

Ruhl: (village) in Baltimore County; (2 3/4)
miles west of Freeland; elev. 745; pop.
(N. 39°43' W. 76°44') PAR

Rumbley: (village) in Somerset County; on
elevated dry land in Jericho Marsh; (2 1/2)
miles west of Fairmount; elev. 3; pop. (160);
P. 0.
(N. 38°06' W. 75°51') DEA

Rumney Creek: (creek) in Harford County;
see Romney Creek.

Rush: (village) in Allegany County; (3 1/2)
miles southwest of Flintstone; elev. 926;
pop. (53).
(N. 39°40' W. 78°37') FLINT

Rush Brook: (brook) in Baltimore County;
branch of Loch Raven, mouth (1) mile
northeast of Providence.
(N. 39°26' W. 76°34') BAL

Rush Island: (island) in Kent County; in
Chesapeake Bay, at mouth of Long Cove.
(N. 39°03' W. 76°14') CHE

Rush Run: (branch) in Washington County;
branch of Conococheague Creek, mouth
(2 1/4) miles southeast of Hicksville.
(N. 39°41' W. 77°50') WIL

Rushville: (village) in Montgomery County;
on Potomac River at mouth of Seneca
Creek, (1) mile southwest of Seneca; elev.
185; Md. 112.
(N. 39°04' W. 77°20')

Russell Branch: (branch) in Montgomery
County; branch of Dry Seneca Creek, mouth
(1 1/4) miles northeast of Sugarland.
(N. 39°07' W. 77°22') SEN


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