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Inscription reads:

Ancestral home of the DeVeazie (Veazey) family; patented to John Veazey circa 1670. His descendant, Colonel Thomas Ward Veazey defended Duffy's Fort, Fredericktown, from the British fleet, May 5, 1813, and served as Governor of Maryland, 1836-1839.

He is buried here in the family graveyard with his three wives. Not open to the public.

Photo Date: 10/13/2012

Location:

Earleville

Cherry Grove Road, 1 mile west of Stoney Battery Road

Coordinates:

N  39  27  40

W  75  55  30

 

 

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