Diamond Ridge Meeting was established in 1851 in the home of Thomas Hartley in Baltimore County. It was apparently an indulged meeting of Elk Ridge Meeting in Ellicott City. The meeting was laid down at some point after 1870. The burial ground that was created on the property is still visible along the road side … Read moreDiamond Ridge Meeting
Elkridge Meeting was first established before 1700. When the founders of Ellicott City, the Ellicott brothers, first came to Maryland from Bucks county, Pennsylvania, about 1774, they attended meeting at a meeting house in Elkridge, near Ilchester. In 1800, the Ellicott brothers built a meeting house on the edges of the mill town they founded … Read moreElkridge Meetinghouse
An indulged meeting was established about 1828 at Broad Creek under Deer Creek Monthly and a small meetinghouse built in 1830. The preparative meeting was established about 1868. The meetinghouse, which was of frame construction is long gone, but the burial ground remains.