Bibliography for Baltimore County Cemeteries


Baltimore County Cemeteries Vol 1, Northern Baltimore County, Baltimore County Historic Society.

Baltimore County Cemeteries Vol 2, Eastern Baltimore County, Baltimore County Historic Society

Baltimore County Cemeteries Vol 3, Western Baltimore County, Baltimore County Historic Society

Baltimore County Cemeteries Vol 4, Various Baltimore, Baltimore County Historic Society. Includes cemeteries around Cockeysville/Texas MD.

Baltimore County Cemeteries Vol 5, St Marys, Govans, Baltimore County Historic Society

Baltimore Cemeteries Vol 6, Mount Olive, Baltimore County Genealogical Society, Family Line Publications, 1989. An old burying ground at the corners of Old Court and Liberty Road in Randallstown. Originally owned by the Miller family, since 1858 a part of Mt Olive Methodist Church. Earlest tombstones date to the 1780s.

Tombstone Inscriptions at St James Protetant Epsiscopal Church, My Lady's Manor, Monkton, Maryland. Baltimore County Genealogical Society, 1992. Oldest Graves date to 1773.

Interment Records 1883-1929 Lorraine Cemetery & Mausoleum est. 1883, Located at Woodlawn Maryland by Elaine Obbink Zimmerman and Kenneth Edwin Zimmerman, FAmily Line Publiscations. Interment records provide additional information on cause of death and undertaking for most entries.

St Thomas Parish Deaths and Burials, Owings Mills, MD, 1728-1995.

Records of Internments at the Friends Burial Ground, Baltimore, Maryland, by E. Erick Hoopes and Christina Hoopes 1995 contains over 1800 burial records

Loudon Park Caretaker Records, A-B 1853-1986 A-B, Anna M. Watring, E. Charles Miller, and R. Scott Johnson.

Memoirs of the Dead, a 1806 transcript of Baltimore Co headstones, reprinted by Family Line Publications 1989.

Woodlawn, Franklintown, and Hebbville, Three Communities-Two Centuries.The Woodlawn History Committee, Wodlawn Recreation and Parks Council, 1977 Appendix IV, list of area cemeteries and inscriptions.

Records of St Paul's Cemetery 1855-1946 Elaine and Kenneth Zimmerman 1992

The Very Quite Baltimoreans: A Guide to the Historic Cemeteries and Burial Sites of Baltimore, Jane B. Wilson.

Tombstone Inscriptions of Govans Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Baltimore County Genealogical Society, 1996.

Cemetery Inscriptions of Camp Chapel United Methodist Church, Ebenezer United Methodist Church and Hiss United Methodist Church. Cemeteries located in the eastern part of Baltimore County, contains a brief history of each church, some family sketches, obituaries and other data along with the tombstone and burial ground inscriptions. 1999, Baltimore County Genealogical Society. (may be purchased from the Baltimore County Genealogical Society for $18.00 plus $2.00 postage

Tombstone Inscriptions of Holy Rosary Church Cemetery, Baltimore County, MD 324 pgs, 1999, published by the Baltimore County Genealogical Society, cost of book is $20.00 plus $3.00 postage

Mt Carmel Cemetery Records 1854-1882, Baltimore County Genealogical Society. Mt Carmel Cemetery is located on the east side of Baltimore City, next to I-95. This area was originally in Baltimore Co. There is also in northern Baltimore County a large cemetery at Mt Carmel United Methodist Church

Mt Carmel Cemetery Records 1883-1893, Baltimore County Genealogical Society

Mt Carmel Cemetery Records 1893-1905 Baltimore County Genealogical Society

Mt Carmel Cemetery Annex Records: 1894-1970 and Disinterment-Reinterment Records Construcion of Interstate 95. Baltimore County Genealogical Society.


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