The Heritage Society will be open monthly for events and guided Tours. Our next scheduled dates are:
Sunday, June 13 from 11 am to 1 pm
Saturday, July 25 from 12 pm to 4 pm
We meet the first Thursday of the month from 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. in the back meeting room.
Parking is available in behind the building.
If the meeting is canceled we will send an email. Cancelled meetings are rescheduled for the following Thursday.
Location: 516 Eastern Blvd, Essex, Maryland 21221
Phone: (443) 579-5266
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Hello there, wondering if you have anything on Cape May Beach/Park? This was located at the very end of Cape May Road (also known as River Neck Road once pass Cresent Yacht Club) on the point facing Middle River with Norman Creek and Hogpen Creek on either side of the land.
Do you have anything on the Ferry that used to go across Middle River from Cape May Beach/Park over to Wilson Point?
Would you also have anything on the Freudenburg’s Cape May Farm? This was located from Katherine Avenue off of Cape May Road all the way to the point of Cape May Beach/Park. This farm was owned by John Herman Freudenburg. He had two daughters: Helen and Anna Freudenburg. Helen never married, but Anna married a Lauenstein.
I am interested in the history of where I live on Cape May Point Essex, MD. I have heard of these stories from elderly neighbors who have since passed away and would love some details – articles, pictures, etc.
Thank you for your help, Kathy Hippler
Hi I’m edward wetzel! I was wondering the deep history of Essex.
Hello my name is Brian Bevans, and my family owned Bevans lane in middle river more than 200 years ago, I can not find any history of this land other than a property map and deed that shows that my family at one time owned a large piece of property and the survey map show many buildings and the property looks like it was a farm when my family owned it, If there is any known history of this land I would much appreciate anything you may offer, thanks
Hi my name is Wayne Culver.My mom her name was Harriet Culver we have put in the museum some uniform and some Muskit we donated in the 1970 and also my grandfather Shoemaker tool from Germany if you are closing I would like to get everything back that we donated. Please call me at 410-245-2350. Thank You WAYNE CULVER.
I remember you Wayne. My name is Jean Hensler.