|Detail from Prince George's County Court (Land Records) JRM 1, p. 84|
Using USGS Geographic Names Information System GNIS There are 5 uses of the name Aquasco. Unfortunately, none of them are creeks or streams.
Maps that I have found from the nineteenth century do no show Aquasco Creek. The place now called Aquasco was called Woodville at that time. None of the later deeds or maps show Anchovy Hills or Aquasco Creek. Unfortunately names of locations do change.
I have written to the historical society so maybe someone there will know.
|Martenet's Map of Prince George's County, Maryland3|
1. Maryland State Archives http://mdlandrec.net Prince George's County Court (Land Records) JRM 1, p. 84-5, MSA_CE65_30. Date viewed 05/02/2014.
2. Google Maps Engine, Google Imagery 2013 Digital Globe, State of Ohio / OSIP, U.S. Geological Survey, USDA Farm Service Agency.
3. Martenet, Simon J.. "Martenet's Map of Prince George's County, Maryland." . Library of Congress, 1 Jan. 1861. Web. 4 May 2014. <http://www.loc.gov/item/2002624036/>.