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Built in 1798, this historic church provides a majestic view of the Port Tobacco River from Chapel Point. Built in honor of St. Ignatius Loyola, the founder of the Jesuit order of priesthood. The site at Saint Thomas Manor served as the burial-place of many Jesuit priests, the elder and younger Samuel Mudd, and several soldiers laid to rest here during the American Revolution.
Open daily.

Location: 8855 Chapel Point Road, Port Tobacco Maryland 20677 Telephone 301-934-8245 Fax 301-934-0944

Other History nearby:
(Fredericksburg) 'Stonewall' Jackson Shrine
(Washington) African-American Civil War Memorial
(Waldorf) Afro-American Heritage Museum
(Arlington) Arlington National Cemetery
(Washington) Arts and Industries Building
(Cambridge) Bazel Church

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