1867 The beacon-light at Somers's cove, in the Aunaraessex river, Maryland, provided for by act of Congress, is completed. It is a screw-pile structure of the least expensive class.
1868 Somers's cove.In good condition.
1869 Somers's Cove.In good condition.
1880 Somers Cove, Tangier Sound, Chesapeake Bay, Maryland.The buildings of the station were repainted.
1891 Somers Cove, Little Annemessex River, Chesapeake Bay, Maryland. In August four of the diagonal girders were repaired, involving the removal and replacing of the main gallery deck, and various repairs were made.
1899 Somers Cove, north side of Little Annemessex River, Maryland. New model fifth-order lamps were supplied.
1901 Somers Cove, north side of Little Annemessex River, Maryland.Soundings were made around the light-house. Various repairs were made.
1928 Somers Cove Lighthouse appears to have been automated by 1928, as it was listed as an acetylene light in 1928. The wooden superstructure was likely removed at the same time, as a 1931 Light List shows the light as being exhibited from a skeletal tower.