Genealogy and History of the state of Maryland
14 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
|1. Maryland Revolutionary records : 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 Washington: The compiler, 1938, 155 pgs.
|2. Maryland death records as taken from Maryland account book no. 15 : dated
1736 to 1737 Washington, D.C., Burns, Annie Walker, 65 pgs.
|3. Ancestral colonial families : genealogy of the Welsh and Hyatt families of
Maryland and their kin : giving the colonial generations of the Howard, Hammond,
Maccubbin, Griffith, Greenberry, Dorsey, Van Sweringen, Baldwin, Gaither,
Warfield and Duvall families Independence, Mo.: Lambert Moon
Print. Co., 1928, Welsh, Luther W., 213 pgs.
|4. Historical record of the First Regiment Maryland Infantry : with an appendix
containing a register of the officers and enlisted men, biographies of deceased
officers, etc. : War of the Rebellion, 1861-65, Washington:
Gibson Bros., printers, 1871, Camper, Charles, 328 pgs.
|5. The marriage licenses of Talbot County, Maryland, from 1796-1810 Baltimore, 53 pgs.
|6. Marriage records of Baltimore County, Maryland, for the period of 1823 to
1826 Washington, D.C.: H.A. Walker, Burns, Annie Walker, 203 pgs.
|7. Old Maryland families
: a collection of charts compiled from public records, wills, family
Bibles, tomb inscriptions, and other original sources Denver, Colo.:
unknown, 1916, Bromwell, Henrietta E., 82 pgs.
|8. The beginnings of Maryland in England and America: Baltimore, Md. Norman Remington Co., c1934, Bibbins, Arthur Barneveld, 138 pgs.
|9. Genealogy of some of the descendants of Thomas Dew : colonial Virginia
pioneer immigrant, together with genealogical records and biographical sketches
of families in Virgina, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, West Virginia
and Tennessee Greenville, S.C., 1937, 355 pgs.
|10. Daniel L. Sherwood and his paternal ancestors
: including Sherwood evidences both in England and America from the
first mention of the name in history, about seven hundred and fifty
years ago, down to and including Thomas Sherwood, the American pioneer,
and Francis Sherwood, the Maryland pioneer, and some of their many
descendants, in ten chapters, genealogical and biographical Portland,
Or.: Ryder Print. Co., 1929, Sherwood, Andrew, 423 pgs.
|11. The Riggs family of Maryland
: a genealogical and historical record, including a study of the
several families in England Baltimore, Md.: Lord Baltimore Press, 1939,
Riggs, John Beverley, 594 pgs.
|12. The founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland
: a genealogical and biographical review from wills, deeds and church
records, Baltimore, Md.: Kohn & Pollock, 1905, Warfield, J. D.,
|13. Maryland Quaker (Friends) : records of Third Haven (Tred Avon) Talbot
County Washington, D.C.:, 1950-1956, McGhee, Lucy Kate.898 pgs.
|14. General index of wills of Anne Arundel County, Maryland, 1777-1917: Baltimore, Md., Carter Braxton Chapter, D.A.R., c1922, Hodges, Margaret Roberts, 151 pgs.
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