Old Wye Church, Wye Mills

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Old Wye Church is a historic Episcopal church at Wye Mills, Talbot County, Maryland. It is a one-story, gable-roofed, rectangular brick structure originally constructed in 1717–21. It was extensively renovated in 1854 and restored to its 18th-century appearance in 1947–49. It embodies the distinctive characteristics of Georgian Anglican architecture in its brick construction, semicircular-arched window openings, shouldered buttresses, rectangular plan, and simple massing.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
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  • This early eighteenth century church is still in regular use today. Originally an Anglican parish, it is now a part of the Easton Diocese of the Episcopal Church. Even when the church is not open...  more »
  • Along RT#50 from Kent Island (Chesapeake Bay Bridge) approx. five miles on the right (just before you pass Chesapeake College) is a sign and an arrow "Wye Mills." If you had not know it was there...  more »
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  • Beautiful facility and wonderful grounds. The cemetery takes you back 200 years.
  • 1720 church very nice. Both church and grounds historic. Attended Christmas basser,they have been this for over 50 years.

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