Another relative, Eliza Key, had helped to save the home when the British attacked Leonardtown in 1814In 1818 Henry Greenfield Sothoron Key inherited the estate from his father, which by this time had been renamed “Tudor Hall.” In 1820 the estate underwent extensive remodeling The property was subsequently passed to his son Joseph Key who lived there until his death in 1917.
My paternal grandmother's family, Rockstroh, immigrated from St. The Foertschbeck hometown is Neufang a small village in the Franconia Forest (Frankenwald).
According to local legend, the bell of an old, broken clock within Tudor Hall would toll whenever a member of the Key family died In 1949, Mary Patterson Davidson purchased the estate, saving it from demolition.
She would later suffer an untimely death In accordance with her wishes the estate was deeded to the St Mary’s Library Association for use as a public library and memorial to men from the county who had died serving in World War IIIn 1968, the estate was restored to its 1830 condition and the estate was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973In 1984, the Saint Mary’s County Historical Society (SMCHS) purchased the building which currently houses the SMHCS library The nearby Old County Jail was constructed in 1876 and currently serves as SMCHS headquarters In 1972, a large rock was transferred outside the facility that is believed to be associated with the ghost legend of Moll Dyer Moll Dyer emigrated to Maryland 1677.
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