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"REHOBOTH" ("THERE IS ROOM")
1000 acres surveyed 1665 for Col. William Stevens, member of Governor's Council, through whose influence Francis Makemie came to Maryland and established Presbyterianism in the state. On this same tract stood the Episcopal Church of Coventry Parish.
State Roads Commission.