[photo, Courthouse Square, Centreville, Maryland] Eight incorporated towns are found in Queen Anne's County. They are Barclay, Centreville, Church Hill, Millington, Queen Anne, Queenstown, Sudlersville, and Templeville. The oldest of these is Centreville, the county seat, incorporated in 1794. The next to form its own government was Templeville (1865), followed by Sudlersville (1870), Church Hill (1876), Millington (1890), Queenstown (1892), Barclay (1931), and Queen Anne (1953).
  • Map of Urban Areas in Queen Anne's County, 2010
  • Courthouse Square, Centreville, Maryland, April 1999. Photo by Diane P. Frese.

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