History of Folly Quarter Camp, August 2nd 1895 - PAGES 1-25

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Folly Quarter Camp 1890-

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photograph of 16 people sitting outdoors on steps in a doorway.

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History of Folly [?] Camp. Aug. 2nd 1895

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History Folly Quarter. The daughter of Charles Carroll of Carrollton married a Mr. Caton (from which family in [han?] the name Catonsville) and their daughter, Miss Caton, married a Mr. McJarish, a Scotchman, _ and with the money which she inherited from her Grand Father [Carroll...?], the signer of this Dec. of Independence, she built Folly Quarter. The place consists of 1000 acres of land - and the house and out: buildings so familiar to our party are supposed to have cost about [$16 0000. the house (now fast giving to ruin) taking about $8 0000. Upon the death of Mrs McJarish and the settling of the estate

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