Great Choptank Episcopal Parish Cemetery

Cambridge, Dorchester County, Maryland, USA Add to Map
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Christ Church is the parish church of Great Choptank Parish, located in the northern part of Dorecester County, near Cambridge, on Church Creek, was founded in 1692 as one of the list of original 30 Anglican parishes in the Province of Maryland. One of the oldest churches of the Church of England.

Today the main location of the Great Choptank Parrish is Christ's Church in Cambridge, Dorecester County, Maryland; a cemetery is also located beside this church, as well.

The location of the church has been moved several times; some of the graves originally located on this property may be lie under the currenct church structure.

The church structure, designed by noted Baltimore architect Charles E. Cassell and built between 1883 and 1884, is a large Gothic Revival stone structure of green serpentinite stone on a cruciform plan. The adjoining cemetery is enclosed on three sides by a brick wall, and burials therein date from 1674 to the present. Church parishioners included five governors of Maryland, a state Attorney General, an Ambassador to the Netherlands, local judges and lawyers and several U.S. Congressmen, where most are buried. Christ Episcopal Church and Cemetery was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.

Notable Interments: Maryland Governors
John Henry (1797-98)
Charles Goldsborough (1819)
Henry Lloyd (1885-88)
Phillips Lee Goldsborough (1912-16)
Emerson C. Harrington (1916-20).


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  • Added: 10 Jun 2012
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