(Left to Right) Bottom Row: Ken Lord, Barry Levey, Gina Ellis, and Judy Kerns. Back Row: Rick Bishop and Matthew Hull.
Town Hall19 South Main StreetP.O. Box 359Keedysville, MD 21756-0359 Phone NumbersPhone: 301-432-5795Fax: 301-432-4520 Emails:email@example.com@keedysvillemd.com HoursMonday – Wednesday, 8:00-4:30Thursday – Friday, 8:00-12:00
Keedysville Library The Keedysville Library is affiliated with the Washington County Free Library System. It is located across from Taylor Park. The library is open on the following days and times: Tuesday 3:15am-7:00pm Wednesday 3:15am-7:00pm Saturday 9:15am-12:00Noon Wi-Fi Internet access is available. Call the librarian, Brenda Berry, for further information at 301-432-6641. Follow the Keedysville Library on Facebook Library Book ClubThe Keedysville Library Book Club meets monthly to discuss a book the members have read. Meetings are held on the … Read More
Rockingham Home Owner’s Associationhttp://rockinghamhoa.net Cannon Ridge Home Owner’s Associationhttp://cannonridgehoa.com/index.html Maryland Manual On-Line: A Guide to Maryland Government:http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/mdmanual/html/mmtoc.html Neighborhood watch organizations:http://www.ready.gov/citizen-corps Maryland Department of Public Safety:http://www.dpscs.state.md.us/aboutdpscs/pct/ccpi/index.shtml Brochures for different police programs:http://www.dpscs.state.md.us/aboutdpscs/pct/ccpi/brochures.shtml Antietam Lodge No. 197http://antietamlodge197.net/
Fairview CemeteryKeedysville, Maryland Inquiries regarding the cemetery may be directed to Eric Ellis at (email). Search Cemetery Records History Settlement of Keedysville began in 1738 when the tract “Gordon’s Purchase” was patented. In 1770, Jacob Hess became the 5th owner of Gordon’s purchase where he engaged in the grain milling business. In 1788 Hess’s 19-year-old son, Christian, became the first burial on a hilltop plot convenient to the Hess Home. Into the early 1800’s, the Hess family cemetery became the … Read More