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Gazetteer of Maryland (1941)
Volume 478, Page 65   View pdf image (33K)
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Eastview: (village) in Carroll County; (1 3/4)
miles southeast of Smallwood; elev. 729;
pop. (36).
(N. 39°30' W. 76°57') WES
Ebbvale: (village) in Carroll County; (1 1/4)
miles southwest of Melrose; elev. 700.
(N. 39°41' W. 76°55') WES
Eber: (village) in Cecil County; see Eder.
Eccleston: (village) in Baltimore County; (2;
miles north of Pikesville; elev. 375; pop.
(50) ; P.O.; Penna. R.R.
(N. 39°24' W. 76°44') BAL
Eckart Mines: (town) in Allegany County;
see Eckhart Mines.

Eckhart: (town) in Allegany County; see
Eckhart Mines.
Eckhart Junction: (junction) in Allegany
County; (1) mile northwest of Cumber-
land; B. & O. R.R., C. & P. R.R.
(N. 39°40' W. 78°47') FROST
Eckhart Mines: (town) in Allegany County;
(1 1/2) miles east of Frostburg; elev. 1,720;
pop. (1,620); P.O.; C. & P. R.R.; U. S. 40;
Md. 55.
(N. 39°39' W. 78°54') FROST
Eden: (village) in Somerset County; (2 1/4)
miles northeast of Loretto; elev. 20; pop.
(156); P.O.; Penna. R.R.; U. S. 13; West-
ern Union; Express Agency.
(N. 38°17' W. 75°39') SAL
Eden Terrace: (suburb) in Baltimore City; see
Baltimore City.
Eder: (village) in Cecil County; (3) miles
northeast of Northeast; elev. 138; pop.
(10) ; B. & O. R.R.
(N. 39°38' W. 75°54') ELK
Edersville: (village) in Kent County; see
Edesville: (village) in Kent County; (2) miles
northeast of Rock Hall; elev. 24; pop.
(115); Md. 20.
(N. 39°09' W. 76°12') CHE
Edgar Cove: (cove) in Talbot County; inlet
on west shore of Broad Creek, (1/2) mile
east of Bozman.
(N. 38°46' W. 76°16') ANN
Edge Creek: (creek) in Talbot County; branch
of Broad Creek, mouth (3) miles south of
St. Michaels.
(N. 38°45' W. 76°14') OXF
Edgecombe Park: (suburb) in Baltimore City;
see Baltimore City.
Edgemere: (suburb) in Baltimore City; see
Baltimore City.
Edgemont: (village) in Washington County;
(2 1/2) miles northeast of Smithsburg; elev.
960; pop. (165); P.O.; W. M. R.R.; West-
ern Union, Express Agency.
(N. 39°41' W. 77°32') HAG

Edgemoor: (town) in Montgomery County;
(3/4) mile northwest of Bethesda; elev.
(380); pop. (600).
(N. 38°59' W. 77°06') W.W.

Edgeview: in Wicomico County.

Edgewater: (village) in Anne Arundel County;
on north shore of South River, (2 1/4) miles
southwest of Parole; elev. 20; pop. (29);
P.O.; Md. 2-553.
(N. 38°57' W. 76°33') OWE

Edgewood: in Carroll County.

Edgewood: (village) in Frederick County; (3)
miles northeast of Braddock Heights; elev.
(N. 39°28' W. 77°28') FRED

Edgewood: (village) in Garrett County; (1/2)
mile southeast of Hutton; elev. (2,520) ; pop.
(8); B. & O. R.R.
(N. 39°25' W. 79°29') OAK

Edgewood: (village) in Harford County; (2 1/4)
miles southeast of Van Bibber; elev. 29;
pop. (110); P.O.; Penna. R.R.; Md. 408;
Western Union; Express Agency.
(N. 39°25' W. 76°18') GUN

Edgewood Arsenal: (government reservation)
in Harford County; within Aberdeen Prov-
ing Grounds, (1/4) mile south of Edgewood.
(N. 39°25' W. 76°17') GUN

Edgewood School: (village) in Frederick
County; (2 3/4) miles northwest of Oldfield;
elev. (720).
(N. 39°30' W. 77°09') TAN

Edmondson Station: (station) in Baltimore
City; see Baltimore City.

Edmonston: (town) in Prince George's
County; (3/4) mile northwest of Bladens-
burg; incorporated; elev. (100) ; pop. 934;
P. O.; U. S. 1; Md. 205.
(N. 38°57' W. 76°57') E.W.

Ednor: (village) in Montgomery County; (1 1/2)
miles southeast of Ashton; elev. 550; pop.
(49); P. O.; U. S. 29.
(N. 39°08' W. 77°00') LAU

Edward's Ferry: (village) in Montgomery
County; see Edwards Ferry.

Edwards Ferry: (village) in Montgomery
County; on northeast bank of Potomac
River, (4) miles southwest of Poolesville;
elev. 225.
(N. 39°06' W. 77°28') SEN

Edwin: (village) in Somerset County; (2)
miles north of Manokin; elev. 5; pop. (275).
(N. 38°09' W. 75°45') DEA

Egg Hill: (hill) in Cecil County; (2) miles
northwest of Childs; elev. (442).
(N. 39°40' W. 75°54') ELK


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