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Williams' Conquest

Williams' Conquest
Williams' Conquest
Nearest city Marion Station, Maryland

38°4′23″N 75°45′43″W / 38.07306°N 75.76194°W / 38.07306; -75.76194Coordinates: 38°4′23″N 75°45′43″W / 38.07306°N 75.76194°W / 38.07306; -75.76194

Built c. 1733
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference #


Added to NRHP May 03, 1984

Williams' Conquest, also known as Williams' Green, is a historic home located at Marion Station, Somerset County, Maryland, United States. It is a 1 12-story Flemish bond brick house constructed about 1733 on Gales Creek. Additions occurred between 1825 and 1850 with the frame kitchen with an exterior chimney on the gable end, and a smaller utility wing added in 1968. The house represent the first phase of permanent Somerset County buildings that have survived to modern times.[2]

Williams' Conquest was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.[1]


External links

  • Williams' Conquest, Somerset County, including photo from 1985, at Maryland Historical Trust

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