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Talbot County, Maryland

Quick Facts:

The county was named for Lady Grace Talbot the sister of Cæcilius Calvert, 2nd Lord Baltimore. The exact date of origin for the county is not known, but it was known to be in existence by February 1662.

Founded: 1661
County Seat: Easton
Website: www.talbotcountymd.gov

Total Area: 477 Square Miles
Land: 269 Square Miles
Water: 208 Square Miles

2010 Population: 37,782. The 2000 Population was 33,812

Incorporated Towns – Year of Incorporation
Easton – 1790
Oxford – 1852
*Queen Anne – 1953
St. Michaels – 1804
Trappe – 1827

* Part of the town is in Queen Anne’s County