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Brockhall is one of the oldest subdivisions in Upper Marlboro, Maryland in Prince George’s County.
Three hundred years ago, a Scottish tobacco plantation owner named Edward Brock owned six hundred plus acres that are now the subdivisions of Brockhall, Collington and Perrywood. Brock was also one of the 850 slaveholders in the area. More slaves worked here than in any other county in the state. After his death, he willed the land to his son-in-law, Thomas Offutt and his grandsons.
Ironically, this same land in Prince Georges’ County today has the most affluent population of African Americans living in the U.S.
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