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Gazetteer of Maryland (1941)
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Hawbush Point: (point) in Kent County; pro-
jecting into Langford Creek, lying between
East Fork and West Fork Branches.
(N. 39°08' W. 76°10') CHE

Hawk Cove: (cove) in Baltimore County; inlet
of Chesapeake Bay, between Back River
Neck, Hart and Miller Islands.
(N. 39°16' W. 76°23') GUN

Hawk's Nest: in Calvert County.

Hawkeye: (village) in Dorchester County;
(2 1/2) miles south of East New Market;
elev. 25; pop. (32).
(N. 38°34' W. 75°B5') HUR

Hawkin's Point: (point) in Anne Arundel
County; see Hawkins Point.

Hawkins Point: (point) in Anne Arundel
County; projecting into Patapsco River, (3)
miles northeast of Solley.
(N. 39°13' W. 76°32') REL

Hawkinsville : in Cecil County.

Hawling's River: (river) in Montgomery
County; see Rawlings River.
Hawlings River: (river) in Montgomery
County; branch of Patuxent River, mouth
(1) mile northeast of Brinklow.
(N. 39°11' W. 77°00') ROC

Hawthorn Cove: (cove) in Baltimore County;
inlet of Seneca Creek, (4 1/2) miles southeast
of Chase.
(N. 39°18' W. 76°21') GUN

Hawthorne Ridge: in Anne Arundel County.

Hay Creek: (creek) in Caroline County; branch
of Choptank River, mouth (1 1/2) miles
northwest of Newton.
(N. 38°47' W. 76°56') DEN

Hayden: (village) in Queen Anne's County;
(3 1/4) miles east of Centreville; elev. 67;
pop. (156); Penna. R.R.; Md. 305.
(N. 39°03' W. 76°00') CHE

Hayden Station: in Queen Anne's County;
Penna. R. R. station; see Ashland.

Hayfield: in Baltimore County.
Hayfield Mills: in Howard County.

Haystack Branch: (branch) in Baltimore
County; branch of Long Green Creek, mouth
(1 1/4) miles southeast of Glenarm.
(N. 39°27' W. 76°28') GUN

Haystack Pond: (coye) in Worcester County;
inlet of Isle of Wight Bay, south of Jen-
kins Point.
(N. 38°23' , W. 75°07') OCE

Hazard Cove: (cove) in Somerset County; in-
let of Tangier Sound, between Manokin
River and Big Annemessex River.
(N. 38°04' W. 75°53') DEA

Hazard Point: (point) in Somerset County;
north shore of mouth of Hazard Cove, and
south shore of mouth of Manokin River.
(N. 38°04' W. 75°53') DEA

Hazel Dell: in Harford County.
Hazelhurst Mills: in Baltimore County.
Hazelnut Run: (run) in Frederick County;
branch of Bens Branch, mouth (1 1/2) miles
southwest of New London.
(N. 39°25' W. 77°17') FRED

Hazen: (village) in Allegany County; (1)
mile northeast of Dickens; elev. 900; pop.
(N. 39°43' W. 78°41') FLINT

Head of Bush River: (village) in Harford

Head of Creek: (village) in Somerset County;
(2) miles south of Eden; elev. 30.
(N. 38°15' W. 75°39') SAL
Head of Sassafras: in Kent County.
Healthy Green: in Prince George's County.

Hearns: (village) in Wicomico County; (3)
miles northwest of Pittsville; elev. 61.
(N. 38°26' W. 75°26') PIT

Hearthstone Mountain: (mountain) in Wash-
ington County; in Bear Pond Mountains,
(4 1/2) miles northwest of Clear Spring;
elev. (1,980).
(N. 39°43' W. 77°58') WIL

Heaters Island: (island) in Frederick County;
in Potomac River, (1) mile south of Point
of Rocks.
(N. 39°16' W. 77°32') ANT

Heathcote's Mill: in Baltimore County.
Heatons Corner: (village) in Harford County.

Hebbville: (village) in Baltimore County;
(2 1/2) miles southeast of Randallstown ; elev.
506; pop. (27).
(N. 39°20' W. 76°46') ELL

Hebron: (town) in Wicomico County; (6)
miles northwest of Salisbury; incorporated;
elev. 40; pop. 804; P. O.; B. & E. R.R.;
U. S. 213; Md. 347; Western Union; Ex-
press Agency.
(N. 38°25' W. 75°41') SAL

Hedge Neck: (neck) in Prince George's
County; east shore Potomac River, between
Broad Creek and Swan Creek.
(N. 38°44' W. 77°01') IND

Hedneys Creek: (creek) in Charles County;
see Hatton Creek.
Heinville: in Allegany County.
Helen: (village) in St. Mary's County; (1. 1/2)
miles northwest of Morganza; elev. (125);
pop. (12); P. O.; Md. 5-234.
(N. 38°23' W. 76°43') LEO


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