The Oriole Field Trial Club of Baltimore founded by Jack Dunn Sr., founder also of the baseball Orioles, erected a small clubhouse at Triggaland. With much fanfare, a caravan led by Jack Dunn Jr. relocated a stone memorial from the site of Mr. Dunn's death, at an early 1900s field trail in Baltimore to Triggaland. Mount Airy's clergy dedicated the resetting of the memorial. Time, in its inexorable way, took its toll on the club membership. In 1998, the farm was sold, this writer and his brother, of Monrovia, returned the stone to Jack Dunn III at the Oriole Museum near Camden Yards. The property is now developed as "The Fields of Nottingham."