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Founding of Reisterstown
Historic Reisterstown, well over 200 years old, originated from
a tract of land called "Reister's Desire". Reister's Desire,
twenty acres on the Conewago (Reisterstown) Road, south of the roads
going north to Hanover and west to Westminster, was acquired by
John Reister on March 2, 1758.
When traveling to Annapolis from his land in
Frederick County (now Carroll County) John Reister must have noted
that the point where the Pipe Creek Road (now Westminster Pike)
joined with the older road to Pennsylvania was only sixteen miles
from Baltimore Town. This would provide an ideal site for a settlement,
and the fork would be an excellent location for an inn. While in
Annapolis he learned about a twenty acre tract of unpatented land
half a mile south of the junction of the roads. It was located just
south of an Indian trail leading to the Patapsco River now known
as Cockeys Mill Road.
A tavern, which provided
lodging as well as food or drink, was constructed as soon as possible.
Acquisition of property gave John Reister a stretch of land extending
along both sides of the Conewago Road almost five eighths of a mile.
As early as 1787 the name Reister's Town had been acknowledged by
the Electors of Baltimore County. The first businesses catered to
travelers - taverns, a store, smithshops, saddleries, and a tannery
- they were soon followed by other types of commercial establishments.
With the acquisition of more land the whole area north and south
of the Reister land, became known as Reisterstown. Moving Companies
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