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  2. St. Mary's County, MD

    St. Mary's County Government. P.O. Box 653 41770 Baldridge Street Leonardtown, MD 20650 (301) 475-4200 Maryland Relay dial 7-1-1

  3. St. Mary's County, Maryland - Wikipedia's_County,_Maryland

    St. Mary's County, established in 1637, is a county located in the U.S. state of Maryland. As of the 2020 census , the population was 113,777. [1] Its county seat is Leonardtown . [2]

  4. St. Mary's County, Maryland - Government

    Established in 1637 (probably by an order of the Governor), St. Mary's, the first Maryland county, was named in honor of Mary, the mother of Jesus. Boundaries: Bounded north & west by Charles County & Wicomico River; northeast by Chesapeake Bay & Patuxent River; south & southwest by Potomac River.

  5. Clean country air, beautiful vistas, and a diverse and welcoming community await you in St. Mary’s County. Learn More Find Inspiration, adventure, and excitement where the Potomac and the Chesapeake meet.

  6. What’s there to do in St. Mary’s? If you’re into history, outdoor recreation, or love being on the water, we’ve got you covered. St. Mary's has of the finest colonial sites in the nation, plus War of 1812 and Civil War sites, and a rich maritime history illuminated by our four lighthouses.

  7. Lasting Legacies. Founded in 1951, the St. Mary’s County Historical Society brings to life the people, places, and events of St. Mary’s County Maryland. Our large collection of genealogical and archival materials are available to members and to the public for family and historical research.

  8. St. Mary's City, Maryland - Wikipedia's_City,_Maryland

    St. Mary's City (also known as Historic St. Mary's City) is a former colonial town that was Maryland's first European settlement and capital. It is now a large, state-run historic area, which includes a reconstruction of the original colonial settlement, and a living history area and museum complex.