This archaeological site falls within the Gibson’s Grant subdivision, east of the town of Stevensville, Queen Anne’s County, Maryland. Elm Street Development, Inc. is currently subdividing a 148-acre parcel for the construction of a residential development. Initial survey on the site was conducted in 2002, where 18QU968 was one of eight archaeological sites recorded within the subdivision. Phase II investigations, conducted in 2006, characterized the site as an early-eighteenth century domestic complex. In 2008, Phase III investigations identified a total of 78 subsurface features, in addition to the 43 features encountered in the Phase II investigations.