Keymar, MD – 21757
Heating Oil Delivery
Tevis Energy has been delivering heating oil next day or sooner to homes and businesses in Maryland and Pennsylvania since 1932. Family owned and locally operated, we take pride our longstanding reputation for outstanding customer service and superior fuel quality. All of which is delivered to you for a fair price.
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At the intersection of Francis Scott Key Highway (MD Route 194) and Middleburg Road (MD Route 77) lies Keymar, one of Carroll County, Maryland’s little unincorporated communities. If you’re around the Keymar area, you probably know that it is very rural and does not have that much commercial industry. However, there are some cool spots worth mentioning, such as Keymar Citgo, Keymar Evangelical Wesleyan Church, M&S Truck Repair, Keymar Tire Outlet, Keymar Post Office, Cotton & Co. Vintage Boutique, Aps Autocare and Keyterra Farms (a hay supplier). Have you ever wondered how the name “Keymar” came to be? It’s a lot simpler of an explanation that you may think! “Keymar” is a combination of “Key,” referring to the American author, poet and lawyer originating from Frederick, Maryland, Francis Scott Key, and “Mar,” referring to the great state of Maryland in which “Keymar” sits.
Francis Scott Key may sound familiar to you because he is the author of that great poem “The State-Spangled Banner,” which eventually took on its current role as the lyrics and title for America’s national anthem. Key was a high-profile lawyer and worked in Washington D.C. on important cases of the century, such as the Burr conspiracy trail and the U.S. Attorney General under Andrew Jackson. His poems and work were often criticized by abolitionists of the time for being hypocritical, since Key owned slaves. In the 1830s, Key decided to free his slave and hired on to be a farm foreman, paying him for his work. He went further, becoming an abolitionist and giving free representation to slaves who were trying to become free. However, Key also continued representing owners of runaway slaves in those cases, which was almost symbolic of his strange relationship with American slavery.