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Gazetteer of Maryland (1941)
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Whites Ferry: (village) in Montgomery
County; (2) miles southwest of Martins-
burg; elev. 300; pop. (10).
(N. 39°10' W. 77°30') SEN

Whites Knob: (mountain) in Garrett County;
(2 1/2) miles southwest of Sang Run; elev.
(N. 39°33' W. 79°28'7 ACC

Whites Landing: in Prince George's County;
see White Landing.
Whitesburg: (village) in Worcester County;
see Whiteburg.
Whitman: in Talbot County; see Wittman.

Whitneys Landing: (landing) in Anne Arun-
del County; on the eastern bank of the
Severn River, (3/4) mile northeast of Omar;
elev. 5.
(N. 39°04' W. 76°36') REL

Whiton: (village) in Wicomico County; (2 3/4)
miles south of Powellville; elev. 25; pop.
(45); Md. 354.
(N. 38°18' W. 75°23') PIT

Whittakers Mills: in Cecil County.

Whittington Point: (point) in Worcester
County; projecting into Chincoteague Bay,
(2) miles northwest of Scotts Landing.
(N. 38°07' W. 75°15') GR.R.

Wicomico: (village) in Charles County; (4)
miles east of Aliens Fresh; elev. 150; pop.
(165); P. O.; Md. 232-234.
(N. 38°25' W. 76°50') WIC

Wicomico Creek: (creek) in Somerset and
Wicomico Counties; branch of Wicomico
River, mouth (1/2 ) mile west of Wicomico
(N. 38°18' W. 75°45') SAL

Wicomico River: (river) in Charles and St.
Mary's Counties; branch of Potomac River,
(1 1/2) miles southeast of Rock Point (vil-
lage), divides Charles and St. Mary's Coun-
(N. 38°15' W. 76°50') WIC

Wicomico River: (river) in Wicomico and
Somerset Counties; part of the boundary
between the two counties, branch of Nanti-
coke River, mouth (2 1/4) miles north of
Dames Quarter (village).
(N. 38°13' W. 75°55') DEA

Widgeon: (town) in Somerset County; (2 1/2)
miles northeast of Mount Vernon; elev. 17;
pop. (300); Md. 362.
(N. 38°15' W. 75°45') NANT

Wigwam: in Cecil County.

Wilburn: (village) in Calvert County; (1/2)
mile south of Lower Marlboro; pop. (26);
elev. 140.
(N. 38°39' W. 76°39') PRI.F.

Wild Cat Creek: (creek) in Montgomery
County; see Wildcat Branch.

Wild Cat Point: (point) in Cecil County; see
Wildcat Point.

Wildcat Branch: (branch) in Harford County;
branch of Little Gunpowder Falls, mouth
(1 1/4) miles east of Stockton; elev. (150).
(N. 39° 28' W. 76° 24') GUN

Wildcat Branch: (branch) in Montgomery
County; branch of the Great Seneca Creek,
mouth (2 1/2) miles southeast of Cedar Grove.
(N. 39°13' W. 77°13') ROC

Wildcat Branch: (branch) in Montgomery
County; branch of Little Bennett Creek,
mouth (1/2 ) mile southwest of Hyattstown.
(N. 39°17' W. 77°20') FRED

Wildcat Point: (point) in Cecil County; pro-
jecting into Susquehanna River, (1 1/2) miles
northwest of Pilot; elev. (200).
(N. 39°43' W. 76°13') HAV

Wildwood: (village) in Harford County.
Wilen Heights: in Prince George's County.

Wilkins Station: (station) in Baltimore City;
station on B. & O. R.R.; see Baltimore City.

Wilkins Wharf: in Kent County.

Willards: (town) in Wicomico County; (3 3/4)
miles east of Pittsville; incorporated; elev.
39; pop. 285; P. O.; B. & E. R.R.; U. S.
213; Md. 354; Express Agency.
(N. 38°24' W. 75°21') PIT

Willet Brook: in Montgomery County.

Williams: (village) in Wicomico County; (2)
miles north of Salisbury; elev. 37; Penna.
(N/38°24' W. 75°37') SAL

Williams Creek: (creek) in Talbot County;
branch of Choptank River, mouth (4) miles
southeast of Easton.
(N. 38°45' W. 76°00') ST.M.

Williams Wharf: (landing) in Calvert County;
landing on Patuxent River at mouth of Battle
Creek; elev. 5.
(N. 38°26' W. 76°36') LEO

Williams Point: (point) in Somerset County;
on northern shore of Pocomoke River, (2)
miles south of Shelltown.
(N. 37°57' W. 75°40') PRI.A.

Williamsburg: (town) in Dorchester County;
(2 1/2) miles northwest of Hurlock; elev.
40; pop. (161); P. O.; Penna. R.R.; Md.
(N. 38°40' W. 75°50') HUR


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