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  1. Charles Calvert, 3rd Baron Baltimore (1637–1715) Benedict Calvert, 4th Baron Baltimore (1679–1715) Charles Calvert, 5th Baron Baltimore (1699–1751) Frederick Calvert, 6th Baron Baltimore (1731–1771) Other uses. Baltimore and Ohio No. 2 Lord Baltimore, steam locomotive of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad; Lord Baltimore Hotel, on West ...

  2. Power in the colony was restored to the Baltimore family in 1715 when Charles Calvert, 5th Baron Baltimore, insisted in public that he was a Protestant. Despite early competition with the colony of Virginia to its south, and the Dutch colony of New Netherland to its north, the Province of Maryland developed along very similar lines to Virginia.

  3. Renamed Calvert County in 1658: The Calvert family; prior to 1658 it was called Patuxent County, after the Patuxent Indians, a branch of the Algonquians: 88,737: 345 sq mi (894 km 2) Caroline County: 011: Denton: 1773: From parts of Dorchester County and Queen Anne's County: Lady Caroline Eden, daughter of Charles Calvert, 5th Baron Baltimore ...

  4. 1715, Feb. Crown restored proprietary rights to Benedict Leonard Calvert, 4th Lord Baltimore. 1715, April. Charles Calvert succeeded as 5th Lord Baltimore. 1718. Catholics disenfranchised by Assembly. 1719. Principio Iron Works, first blast furnace in Maryland, founded near Perryville, financed by English capital. 1720-1727. Charles Calvert ...

  5. 14/07/2022 · He is running for a 5th term. Prior to joining the State’s Attorney’s Office for Montgomery County (1982) he was with the Prince George’s County State’s Attorney’s Office.

  6. King Edward IV's great grandparents: King Edward IV's great grandfather was Roger de Mortimer, 4th Earl of March King Edward IV's great grandmother was Alianore de Holand, Countess of March King Edward IV's great grandfather was Edmund Of Langley, 1st Duke Of York King Edward IV's great grandmother was Isabella De Castilla King Edward IV's great great grandfather was Edmund de Mortimer, 3rd ...

  7. Surveyor Charles Whitney is the namesake of Whitney in Menominee County. Arthur Whitney was a hunter and trapper from Highwood. Whitney Beach in Gladwin County was named for him. Whitney in Arenac County was named for the Whitney lumber mill. Lumber baron David Whitney's Detroit mansion still stands and is home to the Whitney restaurant.