Middle Plantation (Davidsonville, Maryland)

Middle Plantation is a historic house and plantation in Davidsonville, Maryland, originally owned by the Huguenot, Mareen Duvall.[1][2][3][4] The original 600 acre tract was patented to him near the South River in 1664.[4]

Middle Plantation
General information
Address2621 Davidsonville, Road
Davidsonville, Maryland[1]
Coordinates38°57.972′N 76°39.813′W / 38.966200°N 76.663550°W / 38.966200; -76.663550
Construction startedcirca 1790[1]

Middle Plantation was described shortly after it was built "as luxurious and courtly as any of the manors of the English gentry."[5]

The plantation is identified by a historical marker.[6]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c ""Middle Plantation" Oakland, AA-193" (PDF). State Historic Inventory. Maryland Historical Trust. Retrieved 13 February 2013.
  2. ^ William P. Doepkens (1991). Excavations at Mareen Duvall's Middle Plantation of South River Hundred.
  3. ^ Arthur Hirsch (3 May 1991). "In Davidsonville, Farmer Works The Land For Artifacts 22 Years Of Digging Detailed In New Book". The Baltimore Sun.
  4. ^ a b Steiner, Bernard Christian (1910). Men of mark in Maryland ...: biographies of leading men of the ..., Volume 2. Baltimore: B.F. Johnson.
  5. ^ Richardson, Hester Dorsey (1903). Side-lights on Maryland History: With Sketches of Early Maryland Families. Baltimore, Maryland: Williams and Wilkins Company. pp. 96. ISBN 0-8063-0296-8. Anne Tasker Samuel Ogle.
  6. ^ "Middle Plantation". The Historical Marker Database. Retrieved 13 February 2013.