Category Archives: Harford County

Old Methodist Church Catches Few Rays of Sun on Autumn Day.

On this autumn day a few rays of mid-day sun poked through clouds to illuminate an old Methodist Church.  This rubble stone house of worship on top of a Harford County hill, the Watters Meeting House or Thomas Run Church, was built about 1840 on the spot … Continue reading

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Online Historical Maps of Harford County

Over the past several years there has been an enormous increase in the number of historical maps that are available online.  These digital collections are a great aid for those of us seeking to understand the past, whether it is … Continue reading

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An Old Harford County House of Worship, Watters Meeting House, Catches a Few Rays of Sun

After several damp, misty days that saw fog roll in each night, the spell of murky weather appeared to be slowly clearing out today as a few sun rays poked through breaks in the cloud. During one of those fleeting moments, an old … Continue reading

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War of 1812 Cannon Monument Rededicated at Havre de Grace

From the Record —– The War of 1812 Cannon Monument to John O’Neill was rededicated at Concord Point Lighthouse Sunday. The public ceremony was preceded by a reception for Save the Cannon donors and guests. The ceremony was opened by … Continue reading

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British Overrun Havre de Grace Again as Hundreds of People Watch

May 1, 2010 – Havre De Grace — Musket and cannon fire rang out Saturday afternoon on the grounds of the Susquehanna Museum as the British once again stormed Havre de Grace.  The militia, out in full force to meet … Continue reading

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War of 1812 Re-enactment in Havre de Grace This Weekend — Sat. May 1

MAY 1, 2010 —  WAR of 1812 Re-enactment  — Come and watch American and British forces drill and train throughout the day in preparation for the attack on Havre de Grace later that afternoon. Listen to historical lectures on the event … Continue reading

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