Abingdon is an unincorporated community in Harford County, Maryland, United States. It lies 25 miles northeast of Baltimore on Maryland Route 7, near the Bush River, between Exits 77 and 80 of Interstate 95.

Baltimore City

Baltimore is a major city in Maryland with a long history as an important seaport. Fort McHenry, birthplace of the U.S. national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner,” sits at the mouth of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.

Bel Air

Since 1980, the town and its surrounding suburbs have grown substantially. Today, Bel Air is the center for governmental, educational, cultural, medical, and commercial institutions in the county.


Cockeysville was named after the Cockey family who helped establish the town. Thomas Cockey (1676–1737) settled in Limestone Valley in 1725 at Taylor’s Hall.


Fallston is a semi-rural community consisting mostly of farms and suburban-like developments within Harford County.

Hunt Valley

Hunt Valley is served by the old Cockeysville post office, which is also a neighbor of the burgeoning Timonium suburban community.


Kingsville is a semi-rural place in Baltimore County. It is a close-knit and rustic community bounded by the Little Gunpowder Falls river (to the northeast) and the Big Gunpowder Falls river (to the southwest) which join to form the Gunpowder River.


Lutherville-Timonium was a census-designated place (CDP) in Baltimore Countywhich, for the 2010 census the area was split into two: the communities of Lutherville and Timonium.


In 1874 a prominent Baltimore surveyor purchased ’35 acres and two rods of land, more or less; at a trustee’s sale. He then advertised residential sites as ‘one of the healthiest and pleasantest locations near Baltimore.

Perry Hall

The ‘community school’ is making a comeback throughout the country. Leaders recognize that teachers, students, parents, businesses, and civic groups should be integrated within the learning process. Perry Hall, of course, has had that all along.


The first inhabitants of the future Towson and central Baltimore County region were the Susquehannock Indians who hunted in the area.