Charlotte Brice, 79, Hampton preservationist

May 17, 2004

Charlotte Brice, who was active in the preservation of historic Hampton, died of cancer Wednesday at College Manor in Lutherville, where she resided for the past year. The longtime Tuscany-Canterbury resident was 79.

Born Charlotte Almy Duer in Baltimore, she was a 1943 Greenwood School graduate and studied at the Johns Hopkins University.

Mrs. Brice was a former president of the Junior League of Baltimore, the National Society of Colonial Dames of America in Maryland and the Hammond Harwood House in Annapolis.

She devoted much of her time to the Hampton National Historic Site in Baltimore County.

She was chairwoman of its women's committee, vice president of Historic Hampton and received a Preservation Maryland award for her service.

Services were held Saturday at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church in Annapolis.

Her husband of nearly 20 years, Charles Carroll Brice III, a historian who restored gravestones, died in 1989.

Survivors include two stepsons, John Maccubin Brice of Rileyville, Va. and James Edmund Waters Brice of Arnold, Va.; and two nephews and three nieces.

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