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Wagoner's Tavern (site)

Formerly/Also Known As Bell's Tavern, Cade's Tavern

National Pike
Piney Grove, MD 21532

From Searight's The Old Pike (1894):

West of Piney Grove about one-fourth of a mile, an old wagon stand was kept by a man whose name was Wagoner, and subsequently by Isaac Bell, and later by Mortimer Cade. Cade kept this house in 1840, and died in it. His widow continued to keep it as a tavern for a number of years. and until she became the wife of William Fear, who kept a tavern on Keyser's Ridge. A daughter of Mrs. Cade is living in Uniontown at this time.

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