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Gazetteer of Maryland (1941)
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Clagettsville: (village) in Montgomery County;
(2) miles north of Damascus; elev. 775; pop.
(40) ; Md. 27-80.
(N. 39°19' W. 77°12') MT.A.

Claggetts: in Washington County.

Claggettsville: (village) in Montgomery
County; see Clagettsville.

Claiborne: (village) in Talbot County; (1 1/2)
miles north of McDaniel; elev. 5; pop,
(156); P. O.; B. & E. R.R.; Md. 17.
(N. 38°50' W. 76°17') ANN

Clairvant: in Frederick County.

Clam Point: (point) in Worcester County; see
Goose Point, in Purnell Bay.

Clannaham Shops: in Queen Anne's County.

Clara: (village) in Wicomico County; (1) mile
south of Capitola; elev. 4; pop. (103) ; P. O.
(N. 38°17' W. 75°49') NANT

Claremont: (suburb) in Baltimore City; see
Baltimore City.

Clark Corners: (village) in Queen Anne's
County; (2) miles southeast of Price; elev.
69; Md. 19-405-313.
(N. 39°05' W. 75°56') BAR

Clark Point: (point) in Baltimore County; on
northeast shore of Middle River, at mouth
of Dark Head Creek.
(N. 39°19' W. 76°26') GUN

Clark Run: (run) in Charles County; branch
of Wicomico River, mouth (2 1/2) miles east
of Bel Alton.
(N. 38°27' W. 76°57') WIC

Clark Run: (run) in Garrett County; branch
of Cherry Creek, mouth (1 1/2) miles south
of Gortner.
(N. 39°20', W. 79°26') OAK

Clark's Bridge: in Harford County.
Clark's Mill: in Allegany County.

Clarke: (village) in Anne Arundel County;
(1 1/2) miles northeast of Severn; elev. 106;
pop. (160).
(N. 39°08' W. 76°40') REL

Clarks: (landing) in St. Mary's County; see
Clarks Wharf.

Clarks Wharf: in Calvert County.

Clarks Wharf: (landing) in St. Mary's County;
on west shore of Cuckold Creek, (3 3/4) miles
east of Hollywood; elev. 5.
(N. 38°20' W. 76°30') LEO

Clarksburg: (village) in Montgomery County;
(2 1/4) miles northwest of Neelsville; elev.
700; pop. (150); P. O.; U. S. 240; Md. 121.
(N. 39°14' W. 77° 17') SEN

Clarkson: (village) in Howard County; (1)
mile southeast of West Friendship; elev.
540; pop. (90) ; U. S. 40.
(N. 39°18' W. 76°56') ELL

Clarksville: (village) in Howard County; (2 1/4)
miles northeast of Highland; elev. 484; pop.
(55); P. O.; U. S. 29; Md. 106.
(N. 39°12' W. 76°57') LAU

Clarysville: (village) in Allegany County;
(3/4) mile southeast of Eckhart Mines; elev.
1,637; pop. (50) ; U. S. 40; Md. 55.
(N. 39°39' W. 78°53') FROST

Clay: (village) in Harford County; (1 1/2) miles
southwest of Van Bibber; elev. (90); B. & Cf.
(N. 39°26' W. 76°20') GUN

Clay Bank Point: (point) in Baltimore County;
see Claybank Point.

Clay Hill Road: in St. Mary's County.

Clay Island: (island) in Dorchester County; .
marshy island, between Nanticoke River and
Fishing Bay.
(N. 38°14' W. 75°58') DEA

Clay Island Creek: (creek) in Dorchester
County; branch of Fishing Bay, at Clay
(N. 38°15' W. 75°58') DEA

Clay Point: (point) in Dorchester County; pro-
jecting into Tar Bay, (3/4) mile northwest
of village of Fishing Creek.
(N. 38°20' W. 76°14') CRA

Claybank Point: (point) in Baltimore County;
on north shore of Back River, (1/2) mile
west of Cedar Point.
(N. 39°15' W. 76°25') N.P.

Claysville: (village) in Montgomery County;
(1 1/2) miles southeast of Laytonsville; elev.
565; Md. 108.
(N. 39°12' W. 77°08') ROC

Clayton: (village) in Harford County; (1 3/4)
miles north of Joppa; elev. 90; pop. (81);
Md. 152.
(N. 39°27' W. 76°21') GUN

Clayton Station: (station) in Harford County;
B. & O. R.R.; see Clay.

Clear Ridge: in Carroll County.

Clear Spring: (town) in Washington County;
(4 1/4) miles west of Wilson; incorporated;
elev. (566); pop. 500; P. O.; U. S. 40; Ex-
press Agency.
(N. 39°39' W. 77°56') WIL

Clear Spring Station: (station) in Washington
County; see Big Spring.

Clear Springs: (town) in Washington County;
see Clear Spring.


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