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From: "John Ashbury" <>
Subject: [MDFR] History Moment - 11-7-07
Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2007 06:18:16 -0500
On November 7, 1780, Clement Hollyday sold the land on which Brunswick sits
today, to Leonard Smith, who later laid out the town.
On November 7, 1815, Daniel Fundenburg recorded a deed for a plat of
On November 7, 1820, John Fessler, famous clockmaker of Frederick, died.
On November 7, 1821, the Frederick County Agricultural Society was organized
with William E. Williams as president.
On November 7, 1924, forest fires raged around Frederick County.
On November 7, 1935, Manual Silva Varela was murdered at his Doubs home.
Alfred Brown, the son of Varela's common law wife, was later convicted for
the crime and sentenced to life in prison.
If anyone can add information to these History Moments,
or would like to suggest an item for another calendar day,
please contact me privately.
John W. Ashbury
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