Updated July 2, 2000
Welcome to the web pages for the Knights of Columbus in Calvert County, Maryland. This site consists of the work of many individuals and the councils and Fourth Degree in Calvert County to provide a single point of reference to our activities.
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Calvert County, Maryland was erected by Cecelius Calvert, second Lord Baltimore in 1654. The original county encompassed not only what is now Calvert County, but also portions of St. Mary's, Charles, Prince George's and Montgomery Counties in Maryland and well as the District of Columbia. As new counties were added, Calvert went from being the largest county in Maryland to the smallest.
The county is located approximately 25 miles southwest of Washington, D.C. along the shores of the Chesapeake Bay and is bounded on the west by thePatuxent River. Several notable figures in U.S. and Maryland history were born in Calvert County, the most notable being Chief Justice Roger Brooke Taney.
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