|Information available on this site is below with references to other sites also.:
The William Early House photos and history written by Susan Pearl, Prince George’s County historian at the time of registration with the National Register, which includes some Early family history. The Early family named and created the town of Brandywine.
The Brandywine Ice Plant is no longer standing, though there is a road named after it near the railroad tracks. A short story of its owner William Voelz is on the People page and see the photos here.
The Charles S. Early house was added to the register. A story from the about the Charles S. Early house can be read here; reprinted by permission. They also did a story on the newly registered historic Chapel of the Incarnation, which can be read on their site here – if this link doesn’t work, search their archives for the March 15, 2001 article.
The following buildings are listed on the National Register:
Chapel of the Incarnation (history)
St. Paul’s Parish Church (history) – its history is also part of St. Thomas’s in Croom
Villa De Sales
Brookfield of the Berrys
St. Mary’s Rectory
There are several other buildings listed on the county registry of historic places, some of which are listed on a tour that took place in 2001.
Bowen, P.A., House & Farm
Evaluated but not currently registered houses/buildings (good history & photos when you scroll down)
Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church
Westwood Store and Post Office
Under MARYLAND–Prince George’s County–BADEN:
Not far from the area, is the historic parent church of the Chapel of the Incarnation, which was created out of St. Paul’s Parish – see their history on their web site – there is also history about this church at the (see MARYLAND–Prince George’s County–CROOM).
Half Pone Farm
In nearby Cheltenham:
Nearby Historic House Museums:
Duvall Tool Museum