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Wollaston Manor was made up of 2,000 acres patented in 1642 (in an area which originally was Saint Mary's County) to Captain James Neale and was named for his Grandfather's home in Northamptonshire, England. Captain James Neale immigrated circa 1636/37 to Maryland. The house was built in 1661 and has since been destroyed. A historic marker has been erected by the State Roads Commission on Crain Highway (U.S. 301) 0.2 miles south of Rock Point Road (Maryland Route 257), on the right when traveling north. It points down Rock Point Road.