QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND

MUNICIPALITIES

Eight incorporated towns are found in Queen Anne's County. They are Barclay, Centreville, Church Hill, Millington, Queen Anne, Queenstown, Sudlersville, and Templeville. The oldest of these is Centreville, the county seat, incorporated in 1794. The next to form its own government was Templeville (1865), followed by Sudlersville (1870), Church Hill (1876), Millington (1890), Queenstown (1892), Barclay (1931), and Queen Anne (1953).


BARCLAY

Incorporated 1931 (Chapter 483, Acts of 1931)
Population
1990 census: 170
2000 census: 143


CENTREVILLE

[Color photograph of Centreville Town Hall, Centreville, Maryland] Incorporated 1794 (Chapter 23, Acts of 1794)
Population
1990 census: 2,097
2000 census: 1,970







Centreville Town Hall, Centreville, Maryland, April 2000. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.



[Color photograph of Courthouse Square, Centreville, Maryland] Courthouse Square, Centreville, Maryland, April 1999. Photo by Diane P. Frese.

CHURCH HILL

Incorporated 1876 (Chapter 201, Acts of 1876)
Population
1990 census: 481
2000 census: 530


MILLINGTON

Kent & Queen Anne's Counties
Incorporated 1890 (Chapter 386, Acts of 1890)
Population
1990 census: 440
2000 census: 416


QUEEN ANNE

Queen Anne's & Talbot Counties
Incorporated 1953 (Chapter 17, Acts of 1953)
Population
1990 census: 250
2000 census: 176


QUEENSTOWN

[Color photograph of Queenstown Town Hall, Queenstown, Maryland] Incorporated 1892 (Chapter 542, Acts of 1892)
Population
1990 census: 453
2000 census: 617







Town Hall, Queenstown, Maryland, May 2000. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.



SUDLERSVILLE

Incorporated 1870 (Chapter 313, Acts of 1870)
Population
1990 census: 428
2000 census: 391


TEMPLEVILLE

(formerly Bullock Town)
Queen Anne's & Caroline Counties
Incorporated 1865 (Chapter 86, Acts of 1865)
Population
1990 census: 66
2000 census: 80

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