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Prince George's County

Politicians who died in Prince George's County

  Prince George's County (no city given): Allen Bowie Duckett, 1809 — Walter Bowie, 1810 — Archibald Van Horne, 1817 — Robert Bowie, 1818 — Jonathan Cilley, 1838 — Gabriel Duvall, 1844 — Robert W. Bowie, 1848 — Samuel Sprigg, 1855 — Charles Benedict Calvert, 1864 — James Sewall Morsell, 1870 — William H. Daingerfield, 1878 — Oden Bowie, 1894
  Adelphi: Lincoln MacVeagh, 1972
  Bladensburg: Benjamin Stoddert, 1813 — Armistead T. Mason, 1819
  Near Bladensburg: Joseph Kent, 1837
  Branchville: Joseph W. McCorkle, 1884 — Van H. Manning, 1892
  Camp Springs: Melvin Price, 1988
  Clinton: Charles H. Wilson, 1984
  Forest Heights: John A. Blatnik, 1991
  Fort Washington: Alexander C. Magruder, 1853
  Near Fort Washington: Thomas Walker Gilmer, 1844 — Abel Parker Upshur, 1844 — Virgil Maxcy, 1844 — David Gardiner, 1844
  Holly Hill: Hugh McCulloch, 1895
  Hunt Valley: J. Edward Day, 1996
  Hyattsville: Thomas V. Smith, 1964
  Laurel: Barnes Compton, 1898 — Gustavus B. Timanus, 1941 — Breckinridge Long, 1958 — Cyprian O. Tilghman, 2009
  Mt. Rainier: Charles West Kendall, 1914
  Mitchellville: Walter H. Judd, 1994 — Maurice M. Bernbaum, 2008 — James Akins, 2010
  Muirkirk: Charles E. Coffin, 1912
  Oxon Hill: John Hanson, 1783
  Piscataway: Benedict J. Semmes, 1863
  Riverdale: Katharine K. Smith, 1996
  Surrattsville (now Clinton): John H. Surratt, 1862
  Upper Marlboro: Ransom Halloway, 1851 — Thomas Fielder Bowie, 1869 — Lansdale G. Sasscer, 1964
   See also Maryland deathplaces not assigned to counties.

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