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The Maryland resources list has outgrown its original page, and is now split between two pages. General resources and counties A - B are on this page. Counties C - W are on Page 2.


General

See also these surnames: Carroll, Coale, Griffis, Haile/Heale/Hale, Hill, Jarboe, Kemp, Martz/Mertz, Middleton/Myddelton/Myddleton, Pfaffenberger/Poffenberger, Waller.

"1st & 2nd Maryland Cavalry, CSA." Robert J. Driver, Jr; Rockbridge Publishing: 1999. The posting of this resource is not in any way to be construed as a political or personal statement of the owner. Narrative portions and muster rolls are included. VCT

"Adventures, Cavaliers, Patriots: Ancestors Remembered." The National Society of the Colonial Dames in the State of Maryland, Electronic Prepress, 1994. 290 pages. Vignettes of ancestors of Colonial Dames in Maryland. Dames must be descended from a "Colonial/Revolutionary" era ancestor who provided designated service to the country in one of the original 13 colonies. Therefore, ancestors referenced could be from any of these states. KMS

"Catholic families of Southern Maryland", by Timothy J. O'Rourke. CM2

"The Civil War in Maryland." Daniel Carroll Toomey; Toomey Press; 1983, 2000. The posting of this reference is not in any way to be to be construed as a personal or political statement of the owner. This is a day-by-day narrative of the Civil War in Maryland; names are included as part of the story and NOT in troop or muster lists. VCT

"A Collection of Maryland Church Records." Henry C. Peden Jr. Family Line Publications. 1997. HJW

"The Colonial Clergy of the Middle Colonies, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania." Frederick Lewis Weis, Clearfield Company (reprinted from the Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc, 1978) reprint date 1995. An Alphabetical listing of hundreds of early members of the Clergy. Very helpful if a person is trying to trace the "footsteps" of a circuit rider or early minister. List by years each church served as well a location. The people in this book are from the years 1628-1776. In many cases it list the parents names and date/place of birth as well as date and place of death. All of the churches that this minister was associated with are listed by the year. There is no mention of a wife and family however. SW5

"Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland Volume 7." Henry C. Peden, Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Willow Bend Books, 2000. Genealogical information about many families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, approximatley 100 families listed. I also have Vol 2, 3 and 4, which also list approximately the same amount of family listings. P1

"Early Families of Southern Maryland Vol I, Revised," Elise Greenup Jourdan, Family Line Publications, ©1993. Most of this is in Anne Arundel Co., some Frederick Co., and occ. Baltimore Co., MD. These are the names of the chapters: Cecil, Cissell, Hutchison, Lewis Evans, Ismael Wright, Pile-Piles, Guy White, Orme, Doyne, Griffith, Greenup, Hilliard, Dickerson, Gittings, and Belt familes. There are Dorseys, Lindsey, Calvert and many more. KC4, PSH

"EARLY FAMILIES OF SOUTHERN MARYLAND: Volume 2." Elise Greenup Jourdan, Family Line Publications, 1993. Traces the Plummer, Lawrence, Skinner, Letchworth, Mariarte, Childs, Boarman, Nuthall, Cowman, and Gover families, with a short section on Stephen West's family. KC4

"Early Families of Southern Maryland," Volume 3. Ellis Greenup Jourdan. Heritage Books, 1994. Description from publisher: "Many Puritan families found in the very early records of southern Maryland, such as the Berrys and Prestons, became Quakers and, crossing the bay, settled on the Eastern Shore. This volume follows these and allied families including Marsh, Wenlock, Christison, Galloway, Rasin, LeCompt, Gary and Sharp up to around 1800. Also included are the families named Wells, Parran, Ashcom, Spinke, Shercliffe, Sollers, Lashley and Witten and other families who married into these lines." M36

"Early Narratives of the Northwest 1634-1690." Edited by LP Kellogg pub. 1910 reprinted in 1967. All rights assigned to Barnes and Noble. (Original Narratives of Early American History by J F Jameson, General Editor) This book includes instructions to the colonists from Lord Baltimore and Father Whites brief relation. A lot of this is written in the King’s English. L22

"Early Settlers of Maryland." Edited by Gust Skordas, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1986. An index to names of immigrants compiled from records of land patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland. JK6

"Early Settlers of Southern Maryland, Volume 6." Elise Greenup Jourdan: Willow Bend Books; 1998, 2002. Genealogies of families from Calvert, Charles & St. Mary's Counties, Maryland. This volume includes : Hawkins; Wyne; Ashman; Howard; Deaver; Dawkins; Dyson; Dyer; Barron; Boswell; Ninian Beall; Alexander Beall; Thomas Beall; James Beall and Robert Beall. VCT

"Great Houses of Maryland." Marion E. Warren. Pictorial & textual history of the major estates in MD and their owners. M36

"Heritage of Burroughs." Grace N. Burroughs, 1st Edition, July 1982. This book starts from 1817 up through 1982. Surnames include Burroughs, Mills, Jarboe, Dennison. RD1

"Index of Maryland Colonial Wills." James M. Magruder, Jr. (Baltimore: Genealogical Pubg., 1975) (orig. pub'd. Annapolis, 1933). An index of all wills recorded in the Maryland Hall of Records from 1634-1777. Sorted by surname. Listings include year, name, county, volume, and page no. MH6

"Index of the Source Records of Maryland." Author: Eleanor Phillips Passano. Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1974. Index of Surnames with list of source records located in Maryland. APC

"'Lucky Bag' - U. S. Naval Academy Class of 1911." U. S. Naval Academy, 1911. Contains a full page for each graduate which includes a brief sketch and photograph, plus school activities for the year 1910-1911. Send email with individual's name and I will send a copy of information. KM15

"'The Lucky Bag' - U.S. Naval Academy Class of 1925." U.S.Naval Academy 1925; 1955 Reunion Pamphlet. Contains biographical sketches of men in graduating class of 1925; also have 1955 class reunion publication which updates information on most of the men. 1925 book contains photos of men, also contains some information on activities while at the Academy. SY2

"Maryland and Virginia Colonials." Sharon J. Doliante. JI, KC4

"Maryland Colonial Military Service Index." Compiled by Edith F. Stormont and Betty D. Aul, National Society Daughters of Colonial Wars in the State of Florida, 1988. "Archives of Maryland were canvassed for references to colonial military service. The end result was this publication, an index to Maryland's colonial soldiers named in the Archives. Arranged alphabetically by the soldiers' surnames, each entry gives volume and page number for the first reference to a colonial soldier found in the 70-volume Archives. The final third of the book contains a number of historical factoids about colonial Maryland, including the formation of its counties, and a member/ancestor roster for the Florida Chapter of the Society Daughters of Colonial War in Florida." L1

"Maryland Eastern Shore Vital Records, Book 1, years 1648-1725." Author: F. Edward Wright. Publisher: Colonial Roots in 2003, 2011 (reprints); 1982 and 1993 by F. Edward Wright. Book 1 contains court and parish records (and Third Haven Quaker Meeting Minutes) from Kent, Queen Anne's, Talbot, Somerset and Wicomico Counties. It includes births/baptisms, marriages, and deaths/burials. 206 pages, including index. S14

"Maryland Eastern Shore Vital Records, Book 2, years 1726-1750." Author: F. Edward Wright. Publisher: Colonial Roots in 2006; 1983 by F. Edward Wright. Book 2 contains parish (including Quaker) records from Kent, Queen Anne's, Talbot, Dorchester, Somerset, Worcester and Wicomico Counties. It includes births/baptisms, marriages, and deaths/burials. 171 pages, including index. S14

"Maryland Genealogies From the Maryland Historical Magazine, Volumes I and II." Indexed by Thomas L. Hollowak, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1980, 1997. Contains all the family history articles published in the Maryland Historical Magazine from its inception through 1976. Most of the articles begin with the first member of the family in Maryland and trace descendants in the male line down to the early eighteenth century. L1, T5

"Maryland Marriages, 1634-1777." Compiled by Robert Barnes, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1975. The book has a list of sources that were used in the compilation. The book is listed in alphabetical order by grooms but is fully indexed for both grooms and brides. JK6

"Maryland A Middle Temperament 1634 - 1980." by Robert J Brugger pub. 1988. Extensive historical book of all of Maryland. L22

"The Maryland Militia in the Revolutionary War." S. Eugene Clements and F. Edward Wright, 1987. A history of the militia organizations, list of commissioned officers, and muster rolls and other lists of militia units. Please note this book only gives lists of names of men in a particular militia group. No personal information is included. HJW, MHW

"Maryland Records, Volume 1." Gaius Marchus Brumbaugh, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1928. "This is the most comprehensive collection of basic information ever compiled in the field of Maryland records of genealogical interest. Along with the 1776 census--which alone is worth the price of the set--are marriages, loyalty oaths, tombstone inscriptions, pensions, naturalizations, surveys, rent rolls, and other types of lists. Over 50,000 individuals are named." . . . no other publication contains inside its covers such a wide variety of helpful materials for the researcher in Maryland genealogy."--Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin (Summer 1978)." Vol 1 Covers records from the following counties:
Prince George's
Frederick
Charles
St. Marys
Anne Arundel T5

"Maryland Records, Volume 2." Gaius Marchus Brumbaugh, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1928. "This is the most comprehensive collection of basic information ever compiled in the field of Maryland records of genealogical interest. Along with the 1776 census--which alone is worth the price of the set--are marriages, loyalty oaths, tombstone inscriptions, pensions, naturalizations, surveys, rent rolls, and other types of lists. Over 50,000 individuals are named." . . . no other publication contains inside its covers such a wide variety of helpful materials for the researcher in Maryland genealogy."--Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin (Summer 1978)." Vol 2 Covers records from the following counties:
Kent County
Anne Arundel
Charles
Dorchester
Frederick
St. Mary's
Caroline
Harford
Queen Ann's
Prince Georges
Montgomery T5

"Maryland Revolutionary Records." Harry Wright Newman. (Washington: pub'd by the compiler, 1938; reprinted by Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore, 1993.) "Data obtained from 3,050 Pension Claims and Bounty Land Applications, including 1,000 Marriages of Maryland Soldiers and a List of 1,200 Proved Services of Soldiers and Patriots of other States." HJW, MH6

"Marylanders in the Confederacy." Daniel D. Hartzler; Family Line Publications; 1986, 1994. The posting of this resource is not in any way to be construed as a political or personal statement of the owner. Chapters Include : Comparative Strengths; Senior Grade and Flag Ranked Officers; Marylanders of the US Military Academy; Colleges; Groups of Men who left Maryland; Maryland Designated Commands; Maryland Units; The Maryland Line; Divided Families; Field Grade Officers; Enlistments; Naval; Marines; Physicians; Clergymen; Legislators & Congressmen; Marylanders at Home; Former Governors; Adjutant Generals; Post War Organizations. VCT

"Marylanders to Carolina; Migration of Marylanders to North Carolina and South Carolina Prior to 1800." Henry C. Peden, Jr., Willow Bend Books, 2000. KC4

"Marylanders to Kentucky 1775 - 1825." Henry C. Peden, Jr.; Family Line Publications; 1991. RC3

"More Maryland Deponents 1716-1799." Henry C. Peden Jr. Family Line Publications. 1992. HJW

"More Marylanders to Carolina; Migration of Marylanders to North Carolina and South Carolina Prior to 1800." Henry C. Peden, Jr., Willow Bend Books, 2001. KC4

"More Marylanders to Ohio and Indiana; Migrations Prior to 1835." Henry C. Peden, Jr., Colonial Roots, 2006. KC4

"My Maryland." pub. 1934 by Kaessmann, Manakee, Wheeler, This book is very graphic with loads of pictures of early life in the colonies and portraits of the Lord’s Baltimore and other historical figures in the forming of the "Old Line State." Including Enoch Pratt, Johns Hopkins and George Peabody. L22

"Nehemiah Moxley: His Claggettsville Sons and Their Descendants." Allie May Moxley Buxton; BookCrafters; 1989 A record of Nehemiah Moxley (1737-1836), his three sons, William, Jacob and Ezekiel, their descendants and present day relatives. KC4

"Old Somerset on the Eastern Shore of Maryland." Clayton Torrence, Familyline Publications, 1992. Sketches and histories on founding families in the Virginia and Maryland areas in 1600s and 1700s. Most prominent names are Horsey, Price, Revell, Scarborough or Scarburgh. It does have an index. SJH

"Our Maryland Heritage, Book Four, The Watkins Families." William Neal Hurley, Jr. Heritage Books, 1997. KC4

"Our Maryland Heritage, Book Five, The King Families." William Neal Hurley, Jr., Heritage Books, Inc., 1997. Primarily a study of the Montgomery County descendants of John Duckett King (1778-1858). KC4

"Our Maryland Heritage, Book Six, The Burdette Families." William Neal Hurley, Jr. Heritage Books, 1998. KC4

"Our Maryland Heritage, Book Eight, The Brandenburg Families." William Neal Hurley, Jr. Heritage Books, 1998. KC4

"Our Maryland Heritage, Book Twelve, The Browning Families." William Neal Hurley, Jr., Heritage Books,Inc., 1998. The Browning Families, primarily of Montgomery and Frederick Counties, MD. KC4

"Our Maryland Heritage, Book 13, "The Miles Families." William Neal Hurley, Jr. Heritage Books, Inc. Primarily about the decendants of Charles Miles in Montgomery County but includes Miles from other counties as well. JMP

"Our Maryland Heritage, Book Fourteen: The Lewis Families." William Neal Hurley, Jr. Heritage Books, Inc. ; 1999. The Lewis Families; Primarily of Montgomery County Maryland - But Including Members of the Family Found in Other Counties of Maryland and Elsewhere. KC4

"Our Maryland Heritage, Book Fifteen: The Warfield Families." William Neal Hurley, Jr.; Heritage Books, Inc.; 1999. The Warfield Families; Primarily of Montgomery and Frederick Counties, Maryland - Having Origins in Anne Arundel County, and Including Members of the Family Found in Other Counties of Maryland and Elsewhere. KC4

"Our Maryland Heritage, Book 19, The Bowman and Gue Families." William Neal Hurley, Jr, Heritage Books, Inc, 2000. Principally the Descendants of George Bowman (1759) and Elizabeth Gue through more than 200 years and ten generations,in male and female lines,primarily of Montgomery and Frederick Co, Md. but including numerous references to the family found in other counties and states. Includes a chapter on Jacob Bowman (brother of George) and his family. BR, KC4

"Our Maryland Heritage, Book Twenty-Two: Davis Families of Montgomery County, MD." William Neal Hurley, Jr.; Heritage Books, Inc.; 2001. The Davis Families of Montgomery County, MD And Including References to Numerous Other Allied Maryland Families of Montgomery and Frederick Counties. KC4

"Our Maryland Heritage, Book Twenty-five: Ricketts Families of Maryland." William Neal Hurley, Jr., Heritage Books, Inc.; 2001. The Ricketts Families, Primarily of Montgomery and Frederick Counties Maryland- But Including Numerous References to the Family found in Other Counties and States. KC4

"Our Maryland Heritage, Book Twenty-Eight: Baker Families." William Neal Hurley, Jr.; Heritage Books, Inc.; 2001. Baker Families, Primarily of Montgomery and Frederick Counties, but including Family members found in other counties of the State.KC4

"Our Maryland Heritage, Book 29: Selby Families of Maryland." Wiliam Neal Hurley, Jr.; Heritage Books, Inc.; 2001. The Selby Family, Primarily of Montgomery and Frederick Counties Maryland- But Including Numerous References to the Family found in Other Counties and States. KC4

"Our Maryland Heritage, Book 32: The Waters Families." William Neal Hurley, Jr.; Heritage Books, Inc; 2002. The Waters Families, Being Principally the Descendants of John Waters, Born c. 1648 - Through More Than 300 years and Twelve Generations, In Male and Female Lines, Primarily of Montgomery and Frederick Counties Maryland But Including Numerous References to the Family found in Other Counties and States. KC4

"Our Maryland Heritage Book 33 - The Griffith Families of Maryland." Wiliam Neal Hurley, Jr.; Heritage Books, Inc.; 2002. Being principally the descendants of William Griffith, Died c. 1699, Through More Than 300 Years and Twelve Generatios, In Male and Female Lines, Primarily Montgomery & Frederick Counties MD but including Numerous Reference to the Family found in Other Counties and States. KC4

"Our Maryland Heritage, Book 42: Cashell and Plummer Families." Wiliam Neal Hurley, Jr.; Heritage Books, Inc.; 2004. KC4

"The Pennsylvania-German in the Settlement of Maryland." Daniel Wunderlich Nead,Clearfield Publ, 1914 repr 1980. This is a narrative and critical history. It contains many names. There is not a lot of family information. Covers the era 1730 until after the Rev. War. Gives a lot of information about how the Germans lived. BR

"The Place Names of Maryland; Their Origin and Meaning." Hamill Kenny, Ph. D; Maryland Historical Society; 1999. KC4

"Settlers of Maryland, 1679 - 1783, Consolidated Edition." Peter Wilson Coldham, Genealogical Publishing Co., 2002. References to Land Records for Maryland for the years 1679 to 1783. Provides the following information: names, county, name of tract, acreage, date of survey or patent, and land record reference. TN

"Settlers of Maryland 1731-1750." Peter Wilson Coldham, Genealogical Publishing Co, 1996. RS3

"Sidelights on Maryland History, With Sketches of Early Maryland Families, Volume I and Volume II." Hester Dorsey Richarson, Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc., 1967, 1995. Includes history, county records, genealogies, etc. Has general index as well as a proper name index. JUK

"The Terrapin." University of Maryland yearbook, 1945. University of Maryland, 1945. MH6

Allegany Co.

"Allegany Co., Maryland Rural Cemeteries." Genealogical Society of Allegany County, 1990. This contains the cemetery inscriptions in Allegany County. MHW

"From The news papers of Allegheny & Washington Co.'s Maryland 1820-1830." RP5

"History of Allegany County, Maryland." Thomas & Williams, originally published 1923, reprinted by Regional Publishing Company, 1969. MHW

Anne Arundel Co.

"1850 Census of Anne Arundel Co., MD (actual census with all names)." LST

"Anne Arundel Co. Church Records of the 17th & 18th Centuries." F. Edward Wright. Willow Bend Books, 2002. Maps of parishes of Anne Arundel and Howard (now) Counties; All Hallows Parish, St. Anne's Parish, St. Margaret's, Westminster Parish, Christ Churc, Queen Caroline Paris, St. James Parish, and West River Monthly Meeting (Quakers). GB4, T5

"Anne Arundel Gentry Vol. Two." Harry Wright Newman, Reprinted by Family Line Publications 1990, 1996. Genealogical History of some early famlies of Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Includes the Beal, Dorsey, Edwards, Howard, Stockett, Waters, Wells and Yate families. CW1

"Anne Arundel Co. Marriage Records 1777-1877." Compiled by John W. Powell; Anne Arundel Genealogical Society; 1991. GB4, KC4, LST

"Anne Arundel Co. Will Index 1777-1918." by Powell. LST

"Atlas Anne-Arundel County." G.M. Hopkins. Maps of the different district, Cities and Villages. CW1

"The Founders of Anne Arundel & Howard Counties, Maryland." J.D. Warfield, A.M. Family Line Publications 1990. Information on many first settlers of these 2 counties. An emphasis on Warfield but many more families. Book is 543 pages long with extensive index. B4, CW1

Baltimore Co.

"Baltimore City Birth Records 1865 - 1894." Mary K. Meyer, 1997. Although it is well known that the recordation of vital records in Baltimore City was required by law commencing January 1, 1875, few of us realize that prior to that date, there existed a system for keeping records within the City. Therefore it came as somewhat of a surprise to Ms. Meyer when this bit of information was called to her attention in 1971. Dates begin 1865 up to 1894 by Meyer. KC4, LST

"Baltimore City Deaths and Burials: 1834 - 1840." Henry C. Peden, Jr., Willow Bend Books, 1999. KC4

"Baltimore County, Maryland Deed Abstracts 1659 - 1750." Robert Barnes, Familly Line Pubs, 1996. Traces the descent of specific tracts of land. Each entry is under the title of the Plat. Each name of buyer for that specific plat is listed with relationships if they apply. Covers other counties that border Baltimore since some of them were part of Baltimore Co. before they were created. P1

"Baltimore County, Maryland, Deed Records, Vol. One: 1659-1737." John Davis, Heritage Books, 1996. This book contains abstracts of fourteen early deed books recorded at the Baltimore Co. Court. The period covered is from 1659-1737. MH6

"Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759." Robert W. Barnes, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1989. "Is the story of the hundreds of families -- and thousands of individuals--who settled along the banks of the Patapsco, Gunpowder and Susquehanna rivers and their tributaries during the first hundred years of the county's existence." A collection of family information on Baltimore County Families which lived there from 1659-1759. CTS, L1

"Cash for Blood: The Baltimore to New Orleans Domestic Slave Trade." Ralph Clayton, Heritage Books, 2002. R13

"Index of Baltimore County, Maryland Wills: 1659 - 1850." Bettie S. Carothers and Robert W. Barnes, Willow Bend Books, 1979/2005. KC4

"Index of Obituaries and Marriages in the Baltimore Sun, 1861-1865." Joseph C. Maguire. Willow Bend Books; 2000. Contains dates of death and marriage from notices published in the Baltimore Sun newspaper. Listed alphabetically by surname. Also contains date of publication in the Baltimore Sun so that the reader can obtain a copy of the original listing. KC4, MER

"Index of Obituaries & Marriages in the Baltimore Sun 1866-1870 vol 1." Francis P. O'Neill, Family Line Publications, 1996. Index of surnames from A through J only for the years 1866 through 1870. S12

"Index of Obituaries and Marriages in The (Baltimore) Sun, 1866 - 1870 with Addendum, 1861 - 1865." Francis P. O'Neill; Willow Bend Books; 2002. KC4

"Index of Obituaries and Marriages in The (Baltimore) Sun 1871-1875 Vol. 1 & 2 A-Z." Francis P. O'Neill, Family Line Publications, 1995. This is an INDEX ONLY of obituaries and marriages which were published in the Baltimore Sun from 1871-1875. CTS

"Index of Obituaries and Marriages in The (Baltimore) Sun, 1871 - 1875, A - J." Francis P. O'Neill; Willow Bend Books; 2001. KC4

"Index of Obituaries and Marriages in The (Baltimore) Sun, 1871 - 1875, K - Z." Francis P. O'Neill; Willow Bend Books; 2001. KC4

"Index of Obituaries and Marriages in The Baltimore Sun 1876-1880." Francis P. O'Neill, Willow Bend Books, 2000. Alphabetical index. Use this information to possibly obtain/locate more information from the actual Obituary and Marriage listed in the paper. The book provides names, dates, and location of information. KC4, S12

"Marriages and Deaths from the Maryland Gazette, 1727 - 1839." Compiled by Robert Barnes, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1979. KC4

"Maryland Mortalities, 1876 - 1915, from The (Baltimore) Sun Almanac." Walter E. Arps, Jr. ; Willow Bend Books; 1999. KC4

"Middling Planters of Ruxton; 1694-1850." Joseph M. Coale, III; Maryland Historical Society; 1996. Focusing on representative families, their tracts, and their descendants, this book traces the history of this area from the colonial period through the Revolution to the early Industrial Revolution. (Not a large index). KC4

"Mt. Olivet Cemetery Caretaker Records Vol 1 Sections A-D." John J. Winterbottom, Willow Bend Books, 2000. Book provides lot number and name of owner when available, as well as burials/removals for the lot. Names, death date and birth date are provided when available. Book is indexed. Mt. Olivet Cemetery was founded in 1845 and is located on Frederick Rd. in Baltimore Co. KC4, S12

"Mt. Olivet Cemetery Caretaker Records Vol 2 Sections E-J." John J. Winterbottom, Willow Bend Books, 2000. Book provides lot number and name of owner when available, as well as burials/removals for the lot. Names, death date and birth date are provided when available. Book is indexed. Mt. Olivet Cemetery was founded in 1845 and is located on Frederick Rd. in Baltimore Co. KC4, S12

"Mt. Olivet Cemetery Mt. Olivet Cemetery Caretaker Records Vol 3 Sections K-S and Single Interments." John J. Winterbottom, Willow Bend Books, 2000. Book provides lot number and name of owner when available, as well as burials/removals for the lot. Names, death date and birth date are provided when available. Book is indexed. Mt. Olivet Cemetery was founded in 1845 and is located on Frederick Rd. in Baltimore Co. KC4, S12

"The Patapsco; Baltimore's River of History." Paul J. Travers; Maryland Historical Society/Tidewater Publishers; 1990. KC4

"The 1939 Poly Cracker Yearbook." Published by the Senior Class, 1939. This is the 1939 yearbook for The Baltimore Polytechnic Institute (college preparatory school) for boys in Baltimore, Maryland. KS8

"Passenger Arrivals at the Port of Baltimore 1820 - 1835 From Customs Passenger Lists." Michael H. Tepper, Genealogical Publishing Company 1982. Alphabetical list of surnames transcribed from US Customs Passenger Lists. Include alternate spellings of your surname. Many records are from the Abstracts - which DO NOT contain the name of the ship arrived. on. M33

"R. L. Polk's Baltimore City Directory 1914." R.L. Polk & Co. 1914. A city directory containing both working individuals, retired home owners and businesses. These list the names and addresses. Sometimes family links can be established by seeing same surnamed individuals at the same address. Also listed in alphabetical order are names of different businesses in different catagories in a separate section of the directory. Also listed in different catagories are churches and social clubs and some of the prominent businesses where the major officers are listed. Also listed are government officials in different levels of state and local positions. Individual listings note whether individuals are "colored" as noted by an asterisk (*) by their name, or not with no asterisk. Approximately 2700 pages. TJD

"St. Thomas Parish Baptisms, Owings Mills, Maryland, 1732 - 1995." compiled by Martha Reamy, Family Line Publications, 1996. KC4

"St. Thomas Parish Deaths & Burials, Owings Mills, Md. 1728 - 1995." Willow Bend Books Church records of Deaths and Burials performed at this Parish, in Owings Mills, Maryland - Baltimore County. KC4

"St. Thomas Parish Marriages, Owings Mills, Maryland 1738 - 1995." compiled by Martha Reamy, Family Line Publications, 1996. KC4

"St. Thomas' Parish Registers 1732-1850." Compiled by Bill and Martha Reamy, Family Line Publications, 1987. Births, Births and Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths, Graveyard Inscriptions, Contributors, Wardens and Vestryment, Vestry Proceedings, Tax List - Soldiers Delight Hundred, Pipe Creek Hundred, Back River Upper Hundred, Delaware Hundred There is an index. JK6, KC4

"Suspicious Deaths in Mid-19th Century Baltimore." Compiled by Baltimore City Archives, Family Line Publications, 1986. A Name Index to Coroner Inquest Reports at the Baltimore City Archives; relating to 4,000 deaths in 1827, 1835-1860, 1864 and 1867. KC4

"Western Cemetery, Interment Records 1874 - 1892." Baltimore County Genealogical Society, Inc; 2004. KC4

"Western Cemetery, Interment Records 1893 - 1903." Baltimore County Genealogical Society, Inc; 2005. KC4


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