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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 Page 1. Counties C - W are on this page.


Calvert Co.

"A History of Calvert County, Maryland." Charles Frances Stein; Scheiderath & Sons 1960, 1976. This book contains genealogical narratives of many Calvert County families; it also includes some Prince George's County families since the latter was part of Calvert County until 1696. Abington; Allnutt; Ashcom; Beall; Bigger; Billingsley; Blake; Bond; Boteler; Bourne; Briscoe; Bowen; Brashears/Brasseur; Brooke; Broome; Carpenter; Catterton; Chaney; Chapline; Chew; Clagett; Clare; Cobreath; Coursey; Cox; Dalrymple; Dare; Dawkins; Day; Dixon; Dorsey; Dowell; Duke; Ewalt; Ewen; Fitzhugh; Fowler; Freeland; Gantt; Gar[r]y; George; Gibson; Godsgrace; Gordon; Grahame; Gray; Griffin; Grosvenor; Hall; Hance; Hardesty; Harris; Harrison; Heighe; Hellen; Hilleary; Holland; Holdworth; Hooper; Howe; Hutchins; Ireland; Isaac; Johns; Johnson; Jowles; Keene; Kent; Kidd; Kingsbury; Ladd; Laveille; Lawrence; Leach; Letchworth; Lingan; Little; Lowry; Lyle; Mackall; Mackenzie; Magruder; Manning; Mauldin; Miles; Monnett; Morgan; Morsell; Norfolk; Pardoe; Parker; Parran; Parrott; Phillips; Preston; Prout; Rawlings; Reynolds; Riggs; Roberts; Robinson; Rousby; Sansbury; Sedwick; Sewall; Sharp; Sheradin[e]; Sinclair; Skinner; Smith; Sollers; Somervell; Spicknall; Stallings; Stanley; Sterling; Stinnett; Stoakley; Strong; Sunderland; Swinfens; Talbot; Taney; Tasker; Thompson; Tinsley; Tongue; Truman; Turner; Vaughan; Veach/Veitch; Wadsworth; Ward; Waring; Weems; Wilkinson; Williams; Wilson; Wood & Young. VCT

"Revolutionary Patriots of Calvert & St. Mary's Counties, Maryland: 1775-1783." Henry C. Peden, Jr.; Willow Bend Books; 1996 The author states, "This book has been compiled for the purpose of serving as a research tool for locating the men and women of St. Mary's and Calvert Counties, Maryland, who served in the military, rendered material aid to the army or navy, took the Oath of Allegiance or Fidelity, served in an office or a committee at the town, county or state level, or in some fashion contributed or supported the fight for freedom by the American Colonies from the rule of Great Britain dduring the Revolutionary War, 1775-1783." VCT

Carroll Co.

"Abstracts of Carroll County Newspapers 1831-1846." Marlene Bates & Martha Reamy, Family Line Pubs. 1988. Abstracts from the Westminster Carroltonian, The Democrat and Carroll County Republican and The Regulator and Taney-Town Herald. KC4, P1

"Carroll Co. Cemeteries Vol. 1-4." LST

"Carroll County Cemeteries- vol. 1: Southeast." Compiled by and published by Carroll County Genealogical Society, 1989. KC4

"Carroll County Cemeteries- vol. 3: Southwest." Compiled by and published by Carroll County Genealogical Society, 1992. KC4

"Carroll County Cemeteries Volume 5: Part One North Central." Carroll County Genealogical Society, Maria P. Gilliigan, Susan Bundy, Ann Parry Hovarth, Harold Robertson, Mary Ann Ashcraft. Copywopyright 1999. This is a listing of the people buried at Wisner Family Cemetery, Morehead/Moorehead M.E. Cemetery, St. Mary's Lutheran/Reformed Cemetery, Kurtz Family Cemetery, David Geiman Family Cemetery, Biggs/Beggs Cemetery, Krider's Cemetery, Pleasant Valley Cemetery and Horn Cemetery. JW4

"Carroll County Cemeteries - Volume Six: West-Central." Compiled and published by the Carroll County Genealogical Society; 2000. KC4

"Carroll County, Maryland; A History 1837-1976." Nancy M. Walker, Ralph Levering, Margaret Taylor Woltz, Carroll County Bicentennial Committee 1976. KC4

"Carroll Co. Marriage Licenses 1837-1873." LST

"Carroll Record-Histories of Northwestern Carroll County Communities." ed. Joseph M. Getty; Historical Society of Carroll County; 1994. Taneytown; New Windsor; Linwood; Middleburg; Double Pipe Creek; Bruceville; Middleburg District; Union Bridge; McKinstry's Milles; Harney; Keysville; York Road; Uniontown; Trevanion. KC4

"Legacy of the Land: 250 Years of Agriculture in Carroll County, Maryland." Carol Lee; The Carroll County Commissioners; 1982. KC4

"Sykesville, Past & Present." Healan Barrow. A History of Sykesville, MD and some of its people. M36

"A Vision of Home: Centennial History of Mount Airy, Maryland- 1894 to 1994." Copyright 1994 by The Town of Mount Airy, Gateway Press. KC4

Cecil Co.

See also under Harford Co..

"The 1693 Census of the Swedes On The Delaware." Author: Peter Stebbins Craig. Publisher: SAG Publications. Date: 1993. Family histories of the Swedish Lutheran Church members residing in Pennsylvania, Delaware, West New Jersey and Cecil County, MD. 1638-1693. CBC, SR1

"Cecil County, Maryland Marriage Licenses 1777-1840." Copied By: Captain Jeremiah Baker Chapter of the DAR. Genealogiacal Publishing Co. Baltimore, 1993. HJW

"DESCENDANTS OF JOHANNES MICHAEL RUDULPH OF CECIL COUNTY, MARYLAND." CBC

"History of Cecil County, Maryland." George Johnston, originally published 1881, reprinted with new index, 1989. CBC

"Our Harford Heritage, A History of Harford County, Maryland." C. Milton Wright, French-Bray Printing Company, 1967 Written history, no genealogy section. JK6

Dorchester Co.

"Bible Records of Dorchester County, Maryland - 1612 - 1969." Compiled by Nellie M. Marshall - Published by Dorchester County Historical Society, Cambridge, Maryland 1971. Information recorded from family Bibles. Also, Baptismal & Marriage Records of Zion United Methodist Church 1855 - 1866, Dorchester County, Maryland. EW4

"Tombstone Records of Dorchester County, Maryland - 1678 - 1964." Compiled by Nellie M. Marshall - Published by the Dorchester County Historical Society, Inc. 1993, 1981, 1965. Information found on tombstones in selected graveyards in Dorchester County, Maryland. EW4

Frederick Co.

"Abstracts of MARRIAGE AND DEATHS and Other Articles of Interest in the Newspapers of Frederick and Montgomery Counties, Maryland from 1831 - 1840." Compiled by L. Tilden Moore; Heritage Books, Inc.; 2003. KC4, TR4

"Adamstown Region Historic Sites Survey." Second Revised Edition, 1995. Prepared by the Frederick County Department of Planning and Zoning for the Frederick County Planning Commission and the Board of County Commissioners. The focus of the inventory is on above ground structures. This survey is the first step in developing an Historic Preservation Plan. This survey involves completing an inventory form and researching the owners and historic context of the structure. KC4

"All About Darbys." by Rodney H. Darby, self-published, 1999. Family History of the Darby's of Frederick and Montgomery counties. KC4

"Early Families of Frederick County, Maryland and Adams County, Pennsylvania." Author: Steve Gilland, c 1997, Heritage Books 2006. Contains mainly information about these families: Ambrose, Boarman, Carbaugh, Dyer, Elder, Finch, Flohr, Gilland, Greene, Hagan, Kint, Klein, Kline (Cline, Livers, Shriner, Spalding, and Wildasin. Does mention related families. This book does not contain all the early families in Frederick County, Md or Adams County, Pa. BR

"Early Families of Frederick County, Maryland and South Central Pennsylvania." Steve Gilland, Willow Bend Books, 2000. Collection of family histories. VCT

"The Early History of Middletown, Maryland." George C. Rhoderick, Jr. Middletown Valley Historical socity, York Graphic Services, Inc., York, PA, 1989. DL

"Frederick County Backgrounds." Steve Gilland, Willow Bend Books, 1995. "Frederick County Backgrounds" was written by B.F.M. Pherson, of Gettysburg, PA, under the pseudonymn of Samuel Carrick, her ancestor. These articles were published in the Chronicle Newspaper, Emmitsburg, Frederick County, Marylandin the late 1930's and 1940's. This compilation was transcribed from carbon copies of the original manuscript. -- Notes from Steve Gilland. VCT

"Frederick Co., MD Church and Cemetery Records Vol. 1." Patricia A. Fogle; Willow Bend Books; 2002. Baptisms, marriages and deaths for the Jefferson and Feagaville Lutheran Parish Churches. Burials at the following Jefferson and Feagaville cemeteries: Union (Lutheran/Reformed), St. Paul's Lutheran, Jefferson United Church of Christ (Reformed), St. Luke's Lutheran, Mt. Zion Lutheran. JP1

"Frederick County, Maryland Church and Cemetery Records Volume 3 (corrected spelling)." Fogle, Patricia A., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, MD, 2000. This volume includes data previously released under the titles "Bones and Stones of Zion Lutheran Church, Middletown, Maryland," and "Lutheran Congregation of Zion Church, Middletown, Maryland." It presents a listing of the graves and stones in the cemetery of the Zion Lutheran Congregation, including Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Station Road, in Middletown. Also included are pastoral records of the baptisms, marriages and burials, 1790-1996, for the Lutheran Congregation of Zion Church, in Middletown. JB5

"Frederick County, Maryland Lutheran Marraiges and Burials 1743-1811." Frederick Sheely Weiser, The National Genealogical Society, 1982. Records of marraiges and burials in the Monocacy Church in Frederick County, Maryland and in the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation in the City of Frederick, MD 1743-1811. MWE

"Frederick Co. Marriages 1811-1840" by Meyers." LST

"Frederick Region Historic Sites Survey." Second Revised Edition, 1996. Prepared by the Frederick County Department of Planning and Zoning for the Frederick County Planning Commission and the Board of County Commissioners. The focus of the inventory is on above ground structures. KC4

"Frederick's Other City-Mt. Olivet Cemetery." by C. Larry Bishop, pub. by the Mt. Olivet Cemetery Committee of the 150th Anniversary, 2002. History of Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Frederick, Frederick Co., MD. Info on prominent persons buried at the cemetery (inc. Francis Scott Key) and some burial listings, especially of veterans. Does not contain a complete transcription of the cemetery burials, for that consult the books Names In Stone. JP1, KC4

"Genealogical Abstracts from the Brunswick Herald, Brunswick, Md - 1891-1894." Patricia B. Duncan - Willow Bend/Heritage Books, Inc 2003. Columns of local interest in various towns in Frederick County and surrounding counties of Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. TR4

"History of Frederick County With a Biographical Record of Representative Families, vols 1 AND 2." Originally published 1910, Reprinted 2003; Clearfield Company, Inc.; T.J.C. Williams and Folger McKinsey. KC4

"History of Western Maryland, Volume 1" (Frederick County Section). J.Thomas Scharf,1882,Reprinted by Regional Publishing Co. 1968. A history of Frederick County from the earliest days to 1882. Biographigal sketches of prominent citizen, some church records and early cemetary records, some military records, etc. MWE

"Index to Frederick Co., MD Marriages 1888-1915." GROOM INDEX ONLY!!! These indexes were photocopied from the marriage books at the Frederick Co., MD Courthouse. Each Marriage Book has a separate index - the marriage books cover the years 1888-1891, 1891-1895, 1895-1898, 1901-1904, 1905-1906, 1906-1909, 1910-1913, 1913-1915. Each index listing provides the Marriage Book, the name and the page number. For example: "Book 1888-1891; John Norwood p 224." No other information is provided to further identify the individuals listed in the index. However, using the information in the index, you can then request the actual marriage license/return from the Frederick Co., MD Courthouse. Note that there are 8 separate books here. Please try to narrow down the search time frame. Again, this is only a GROOM INDEX!KC4

"Inhabitants of Frederick County Maryland, Vol 1,1750-1790." Stefanie R. Shaffer, Willow Bend Books pub. 2001. This book contains these records:
Petition for a road
Frederick Co Court Records,1750
1761 tax lists, Old Town and Sugarland Hundreds
Rent due on lands in Frederick Co 1768-1768, 1771-1772
Estrays
Coroner's Inquests, 1778-1789 (very interesting, many names)
Levy List, 1785-1790
Convicted Slaves. BR

"Marriage Licenses of Frederick County, Maryland; 1778 - 1810." Second edition Margaret E. Myers; Willow Bend Books; 2001. KC4

"Marriage Licenses of Frederick County, Maryland; 1811 - 1840." Margaret E. Meyers; Willow Bend Books, Inc.; 1997. KC4

"Marriage Licenses of Frederick County 1865-1886." These are the photocopies of the actual marriage licenses from the Frederick County Courthouse. In addition, these records note when/where/by whom the actual marriage took place and when the marriage was filed. The data on the marriage license asks for the below info from both bride and groom:
Name
Age
Residence (mostly co. but sometimes town)
Relation to the future spouse ( I actually have a few which state "distantly related").
And then signed by an applicant (not necessarily the groom).

The column headings are:
Date of Marriage
Place of Marriage
Name of Official
Residence of Official
Male (GROOM-kc)
Age (OF GROOM)
Color (OF GROOM)
Residence (OF GROOM)
Condition (OF GROOM) (i.e. SINGLE,WIDOWER)
Occupation (OF GROOM)
Female (BRIDE)
Age (OF BRIDE)
Color (OF BRIDE)
Residence (OF BRIDE)
Condition (OF BRIDE)(i.e. SINGLE, WIDOW, etc)
Occupation (OF BRIDE)(MOSTLY EMPTY)
Date of Record

I'm missing a few assorted pages and there are a couple of pages where I didn't get the marriage date but the Recording Date is clear. KC4

"Maryland German Church Records Vol.11: Apples Church and Union Church." Translated and edited by Frederick S. Weiser, Hist. Soc. of Carroll County, 1996. Apple's Church near Thurmont, Frederick County, MD Lutheran and Reformed Records 1773-1849 (baptisms, church officers and communicants). Union Lutheran and Reformed Church, Creagerstown, Frederick County, MD 1789-1863 (mostly baptisms, marraiges 1822-23, deaths 1822-1826). MWE

"Maryland German Church Records Vol.16: St. Peters Lutheran, Glade Reformed, Mt. Zion." Tranlated and edited by F.S. Weiser and J.P. Dern, Hist. Soc. of Carroll Co. 1998. St. Peter's Lutheran Church, now Grace Lutheran Church, near Woodsboro, Frederick County, 1767-1854; Glade Reformed Church, now Glade United Church of Christ, Walkersville, Frederick County, 1769-1836; and Mt. Zion Lutheran and Reformed Church, Formerly St. Paul and St. Matthias Chruch, near Keymar, Frederick County,1798-1834. MWE, RC5

"Names in Stone." Holdcraft, Monocacy Book Company, 1966. 75,000 Cemetary Inscriptions from Frederick County, Maryland. MWE

"Names In Stone, Volumes 1 and 2." Jacob Mehrling Holdcraft, Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc, 2002. 75,000 Cemetery Inscriptions from Frederick County, Maryland. KC4, SEB1

"New Market Region Historic Sites Survey." Revised Edition, 1996. Prepared by the Frederick County Department of Planning and Zoning for the Frederick County Planning Commissioners and for the Board of County Commissioners. The focus of the inventory is on above ground structures. KC4

"The Past Revisited: Buckeystown and Other Historical Sites." Nancy Willman Bodmer; self published; 3rd ed.1990. KC4

"Pioneers of Old Monocacy, The Early Settlement of Frederick County, MD 1721-1743." Grace L. Tracey and John P. Dern, 1987. Reprinted 1989. MHW

"Pre-1800 Houses of Frederick County, volume 2 Hauvers to Middletown." by Ann Lebherz and Mary Margrabe, published by Frederick Historical Society, 1999. KC4

"Pre-1800 Houses of Frederick County, volume 3 Mount Pleasant to Woodville." by Ann Lebherz, Mary Margrabe and Sarah Drenning, published by Frederick Historical Society, 2002. KC4

"Records of the Evangelical Reformed Church in Frederick, MD 1746-1800." Translations by WJ Hinke and EW Reinecke, Family Line Pub. 1986. Baptism, Marraige and Death records from the Evangelical Reformed Church in Frederick, MD 1746-1800. Some Lutheran info during the years that they didn't have a pastor. GERMAN. Also have a copy of a history of the church-only useful if you have an ancestor who was on the consistory or in the ministry. History published in 1964, does include a list of Members of the church in 1775. MWE

"Records of Marriages and Burials in the Monocacy Church in Frederick County, Maryland and in the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation in the City of Frederick, Maryland: 1743 - 1811." Translated and Edited by Frederick Sheely Weiser; National Genealogical Society; 1982, repr. 1993. KC4

"This Was the Life - excerpts from the Judgement Records of Frederick County, Maryland 1748-1765." Millard Milburn Rice, 1979. Reprinted 1984. Excerpts from the court records for this period. MHW

"Tombstones and Beyond." Kathleen Tull-Burton Cavey, Family Line Publishing, 1995. Prospect U.M. Cemetery and Marvin Chapel Church Cemetery Records. KC4

"Urbana Region Historic Sites Survey." Revised Edition, 1996. Prepared by the Frederick County Department of Planning and Zoning for the Frederick County Planning Commissioners and the Board of County Commissioners. The focus of the inventory is on above ground structures. KC4

"A Vision of Home: Centennial History of Mount Airy, Maryland- 1894 to 1994." Copyright 1994 by The Town of Mount Airy, Gateway Press. KC4

Harford Co.

"Free Blacks in Harford, Somerset and Talbot Counties Maryland, 1832." Mary Meyer, Pipe Creek Publications, 1991. Listing of Free Blacks in the above counties . R13

"The George Ledlow and Ann Mariah (Singleton) Family of Harford County, Maryland." Nancy Mae (Little) Randers-Pehrson and Glenn Randers-Pehrson, privately published, 1997. Descendents of George Ledlow ANDERSON and Ann Mariah SINGLETON. Includes CULLUM family. Time frame is 1850 to present (plus information on the Mitchell ANDERSON family, ca. 1830 in New Jersey). GRP

"The John Marchel and Anne Cora (Nichols) Reed Family of Franklin and Floyd Counties, Virginia, and Harford and Cecil Counties, Maryland." Nancy Mae (Little) Randers-Pehrson and Glenn Randers-Pehrson, privately published, 1994. Descendants and relatives of John Marchel REED and Anne Cora NICHOLS. Other major surnames are NICHOLS, WILLIAMS, RICHARDS, and GREEN (in Virginia), and LITTLE, (in Maryland). Time frame is 1820-present. GRP

"The Robert and Elizabeth (Hamilton) Little Family of Harford County, Maryland." Nancy Mae (Little) Randers-Pehrson and Glenn Randers-Pehrson. Privately published, 1990. Descendents of Robert LITTLE and Elizabeth HAMILTON of Harford County, Maryland. Other major surnames include ORR and SCARBOROUGH. Time frame is 1850 to present. GRP

Howard Co.

"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

"Historic Ellicott City-A Walking Tour." Joetta Cramm, K & D Limited, Inc., 1996. KC4

"Index to the Cemetery Records of Howard County." Compiled and published by the Howard County Genealogical Society; 2004. This is ONLY an index. The book will list the name of the individual and then what volume of the previous nine where the actual listing can be found. Again, this is an INDEX ONLY. An example of a listing is Achsah Norwood - V:44. KC4

"MARRIAGE LICENSES IN THE HOWARD DISTRICT OF ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 1840-1851." Howard County Historical Society, Inc ; 2005. Gives Date, Parties and sometimes the Preacher's Name -originally compiled/published by the Colonel Thomas Dorsey Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1966. KC4

Kent Co.

See also under the Turner surname.

"Abstracts of Kent Co., Maryland Wills, Vol. 1 1777-1816." Christos Christou, Jr. & John Anthony Barnhouser, Willow Bend Books, 2000. Covers Wills Books 6, 7, 8 & 9. P1

Montgomery Co.

See also under the Howe surname.

"Abstracts of MARRIAGE AND DEATHS and Other Articles of Interest in the Newspapers of Frederick and Montgomery Counties, Maryland from 1831 - 1840." Compiled by L. Tilden Moore; Heritage Books, Inc.; 2003. KC4, TR4

"Abstracts of Wills, Montgomery Co, MD 1776-1825." Mary Gordon Malloy, Jane C. Sween, Janet D. Manuel, Willow Bend Books, 1977. Abstracts of wills. Names principal heirs, wives, witnesses, etc.These wills cover the period just after the Rev. War. Up until that time Montgomery Co. was part of Frederick Co. BR

"Abstracts of Wills, Montgomery County Maryland 1826-1875." Malloy, Sween and Manuel, 2007, Heritage Books. R13

"All About Darbys." by Rodney H. Darby, self-published, 1999. Family History of the Darby's of Frederick and Montgomery counties. KC4

"Burtonsville Heritage Genealogically Speaking." E. Lord, Gateway, 1976. Burtonsville, Montgomery Co., Maryland families and descendants. Including namesake Basil Burton's family. JG13

"The Cemeteries of Hyattstown." Dona Lou Cuttler, Heritage Books, Inc., 1998. Hyattstown Methodist Cemetery, Hyattstown Community Cemetery, McElfresh Burying Ground, Hyattstown Christian Church Cemetery. KC4

"Colesville." Ned Bayley; Willow Bend Books; 1999. The development of a community, its people and its natural resources, over a period of four centuries. KC4

"Genealogical Abstracts Montgomery County Sentinel 1855 - 1899." Compiled by Mary Gordon Malloy, Marian W. Jacobs; The Montgomery County Historical Society; 1986. KC4

"Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland: January 1, 1856 - December 31, 1875." John D. Bowman, Heritage Books, Inc., 2005. KC4

"Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland: January 1, 1876 - December 31, 1881." John D. Bowman, Heritage Books, Inc., 2005. KC4

"Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland: January 1, 1882 - December 31, 1887." John D. Bowman, Heritage Books, Inc., 2005. KC4

"Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland: January 1, 1893 - December 31, 1896." John D. Bowman, Heritage Books, 2007. KC4

"Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland: January 1, 1897 - December 31, 1901." John D. Bowman, Heritage Books, 2007. KC4

"The History of Barnesville and Sellman." Dona Lou Cuttler and Ida Lu Brown; Heritage Books, Inc.; 1999. KC4

"The History of Clarksburg, King's Valley, Purdum, Browningsville and Lewisdale [MD]." Dona L. Cuttler, Heritage Books, Inc., 2001. KC4

"The History of Comus." Dona L. Cuttler; Heritage Books, Inc.; 1999. KC4

"The History of Dickerson, Mouth of Monocacy, Oakland Mills, and Sugarloaf Mountain [MD]." Dona L. Cuttler; Heritage Books, Inc.; 1999. KC4

"The History of Hyattstown." Dona Cuttler and Michael Dwyer, Heritage Books, Inc., 1998. KC4

"The History of Montgomery County, Maryland, from it earliest settlement in 1650 to 1879." T.H.S. Boyd, Clearfield publ., 1968. This book starts when Montgomery County was still part of Frederick County. It includes a lot of early description. It give lands and who owned them. It has many biographies also. Towns are listed along with their occupants. If it has a downsize it is that dates are not given with every entry. BR, HJW

"The History of Poolesville." Dona L. Cutler and Dorothy J. Elgin; Heritage Books, Inc.; 2000. KC4

"Marriage Licenses- Montgomery County, Maryland- 1798 to 1898." comp. by Janet Thompson Manuel, Family Line Publishing, 1998. KC4

"Monocacy Cemetery; Beallsville, Montgomery County, Maryland." Elizabeth R. Frain; Willow Bend Books; 1997. KC4

"Montgomery County, Maryland - 1850 Census." William N. Hurley, Jr. Heritage Books, Inc, 1998. JMP

"Montgomery County Wills 1776-1825." Mary Gordon Malloy, Jane Sween, Janet D. Manuel. Family Line Publications. JMP

"Old Homes and History of Montgomery County, Maryland." by Roger Brooke Farquhar, pub by American History Research Associates of Brookeville, MD, 1952, 1962, 1981. KC4

"One Man's Family." Dona L. Cuttler; Heritage Books, Inc; 2001. The "One Man" in the title refers to George Mortimer Cecil who married Sarah Jane Roelke in 1867, and lived between Hyattstown and Comus in upper Montgomery County, MD. This books contains genealogical records of related Cecil family lines of Montgomery County, and allied families. KC4

"Revolutionary Patriots of Montgomery County, Maryland." Henry C. Peden Jr. Family Line Publications. 1996. HJW

Prince George's Co.

See also under Calvert Co..

"Across the Years in Prince George's County." Effie Gwynn Bowie; originally published 1947, reprinted 1997; Clearfield Company, Inc. A genealogical and biographical history of some Prince George's County, Maryland and allied families. KC4

"Across the Years in Prince George's County." Effie Gwynn Bowie, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1975 c. 1947. Genealogical and Bigraphical History of some Prince George's County and Allied Families. VCT

"Colonial Settlers of Prince George's County, Maryland." Elise Greenup Jourdan, Heritage Books, 2006. This book indexes many early colonial records in Prince George's Co., Maryland, including land, church, and probate records. These are all organized by family surname. MH6, VCT

"Indexes of Church Registers Volume 2, St Pauls Parish & Prince George Parish." Helen W. Brown, Willow Bend Books. JMP

"Index to the Probate Records of Prince George's County, Maryland, 1696-1900." Prince George's Co. Genealogical Society, Inc., 1988. Index of the wills, administration accounts, and inventories of Prince George's Co., listed by name of the testator, and name of the executor. MH6

"The Jones Family of Prince Georges Co, MD and Fairfax Co. VA 1659-1997." Barbara Hymas privately published 1997 This book traces the Jones family in Prince Georges County, Maryland in early 1700's into Fairfax County, Virginia. Related surnames in the book are as follows: Lewin, Browne, Harris, Wigginton, Donaldson,Williams, Clarke, Hudson, Dishman, and Triplett. Research of the author well documented, work of others sources given. B4

"Out of the Past, Prince Georgeans and their Land." R .Lee Van Horn, publ. 1976, reissued 1996, Prince George Hist. Soc, It tells of Marylands British background and the English who helped settle Prince Georges Co. It covers from the beginning to the beginning of the Civil War. Lots of places are named and some family names given. This is more history than genealogy. BR

"Prince Georges County Maryland, Indexes of Church Registers 1686-1885 Vol I." Helne W. Brown, Willow Bend Books, 2000. JMP

"Revolutionary Patriots of Prince George's County 1775-1783." Harry C. Peden, Jr; Family Line Publications; 1997. The author states : "It is hoped that this book, which is the ninth in a series on Revolutionary War patriots and soldiers in Maryland, will encourge and enable interested persons to become members of such patriotic organizations as The Sons of the American Revolution, the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Sons of the Revolution and the Society of the Cincinatti." VCT

"Stones and Bones." Sargent, Jean, Prince George's County Genealogical Society, 1984. Lists many of the burial records of Prince George's county, as well as historical information on some of the Cemeteries. Also contains personal stories of some of the Revolutionary soldiers and patriots buried in this county. J42

St. Mary's Co.

See also under Barclay.

"Obituaries, Memorials & Death Notices (1883-1902) & (1912-1930)." Charles David Long, St. Mary's Co. Historical Socieyu, 1998. Abstracts taken from the St. Mary's Enterprise newspaper. VCT

"Revolutionary Patriots of Calvert & St. Mary's Counties, Maryland: 1775-1783." Henry C. Peden, Jr.; Willow Bend Books; 1996 The author states, "This book has been compiled for the purpose of serving as a research tool for locating the men and women of St. Mary's and Calvert Counties, Maryland, who served in the military, rendered material aid to the army or navy, took the Oath of Allegiance or Fidelity, served in an office or a committee at the town, county or state level, or in some fashion contributed or supported the fight for freedom by the American Colonies from the rule of Great Britain dduring the Revolutionary War, 1775-1783." VCT

Somerset Co.

"Free Blacks in Harford, Somerset and Talbot Counties Maryland, 1832." Mary Meyer, Pipe Creek Publications, 1991. Listing of Free Blacks in the above counties . R13

Talbot Co.

"Free Blacks in Harford, Somerset and Talbot Counties Maryland, 1832." Mary Meyer, Pipe Creek Publications, 1991. Listing of Free Blacks in the above counties . R13

"Talbot County Maryland Land Records, Bok Two, Vols. III, IV, and V." R. Bernice Leonard, Family Line Pubs. 1987. Covers land records from 18 June 1676 to 11 Dec 1690. P1

"Talbot County Maryland Land Rec. Bk. 4, 14 Nov 1701 - 18 Nov 1712." R. Bernice Leonard, Family Line Pubs., 1987. Vol. IX (pages 101-386) X, XI and XII (pages 1-112). Also includes Talbot County Land Commissions 1702-1706. P1

Washington Co.

See also under these surnames: Pfaffenberger/Poffenberger, Shilling/Schelling.

"The Church in the Valley." by H. Austin Cooper, pub. by Brownsville Church of the Brethren, 1993. History of the Brownsville Church of the Brethren, Brownsville, Washington Co., MD. JP1

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

"History of Leitersburg District Washington County Maryland." Herbert C. Bell, Published by the Author, 1898. Early land tenure; first settlement; material development; religious, educational, political, and general history; biographical sketches. [This book is now freely available to download from the Internet Archives.]

"The Land Tracts of the Battlefield of South Mountain, including many others Tracts near the Area." Curtis L. Older. pub-Willow Bend Books c. 1999. This book contains land tracts such as those on South Mountain, near the Fox Inn, The Mountain House, The REno Monument, The road through Fox's Gap, the road through Turner's Gap, the War Correspondents Memorial Arch and others.IAt lists names of tracts,names of individuals, reference numbers for tracts, and other information. There are not a lot of surnames in this book but if you know a tract name it can help identify it and the location. BR

"The Puterbaugh/Butterbaugh Immigrant Brothers of 1752." by Wilbur Lindner, from January 1983 "Mennonite Family History". RC5

"Roots and Shoots of Our Maryland Mertz Family." Beth Mertz Rasmusen, Xlibris, 2004. This is a book about all of the Mertz/Martz families who resided in Washington County, Md. Some info about early ones in Frederick Co. It is particularly the family of Theobald Martz and his descendents. Theobald lived in Frederick Co and his descendents went to Washington Co and onward. BR

"Washington County, Maryland Cemetery Records," Volumes I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII. Edited by Dale W. Morrow, 1992-1994. RC5

"Washington County Cemetery Records Vol. 3." Dale W. Morrow, ed.; Willow Bend Books; 2000. Records taken by Samuel Webster Piper for cemeteries in the following locales: Smithsburg, Cavetown, Rohrersville, Brownsville, Locust Grove, Cearfoss, Broadfording & vicinity. Book covers up to the late 1930s. Please do not request lookups for people after that time, or who are probably buried in other parts of the county! JP1

"Washington County, Maryland Marriages, An Index: 1799-1860." Compiled by Dale W. and Deborah J. Morrow, 1992. RC5

"Washington County Maryland Obituary Locator 1790 - 1943." C. William Ridenour, Willow Bend Books, 2001. Listing of obituaries from various Washington County newspapers. C. William Ridenour spent hundreds of hours at the microfilm reader, starting in 1989, searching through thousands of issues of Hagerstown newspapers to extract the information contained in this book. Book lists name, age, date and year obit appeared in the newspaper and the name of the newspaper. Also shown is if the individual was a veteran. L8

"Wills of Washington County, Maryland, and Other Estate Documents - An Index: 1776-1890." Dale Walton Morrow and Deborah Sue Jensen. This book indexes not only the wills, but also other "supporting documents", i.e. other probate records, as found in the Courthouse at Hagerstown, Washington Co., Maryland. MH6

Worcester Co.

See also Aydelotte Family, Magee Family

"Worcester Co. Wills 1742-1758." by Jones. LST


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