2 edition of Early families of Frederick County, Maryland and Adams County, Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
Early families of Frederick County, Maryland and Adams County, Pennsylvania
1997 by Family Line Publications in Westminster, Md. (Rear 63 E. Main St., Westminster 21157) .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 80-84) and index.
|LC Classifications||F187.F8 G85 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||95 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||97159262|
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Early Families of Frederick County, Maryland, and Adams County, Pennsylvania - Steve Gilland. Family names: Ambrose, Boarman, Carbaugh, Dyer, Elder, Finch, Flohr. Frederick County was formed in from parts of Prince George's County and Baltimore County.
It was named in honor of Frederick Calvert, who was the current and last Lord Baltimore and proprieter of Maryland at that time. Early families of Frederick County, Maryland and Adams County, Pennsylvania by Steve Gilland, AugHeritage Books edition, Paperback in English.
Householder - Rogers, Bessie R. Householders of America: A Geneology [i.e. Genealogy] of Johannes Hausshalter, an Early Inhabitant of Maryland and Pennsylvania: With Families from Pennsylvania and Elsewhere of Householder, Housholder and Haushalter.
Salt Lake City, Utah: B.R. Rogers, FHL Book Hr Nead - Wurstner, Betty Miller. The County is located in the north central area of the state. Maryland and Adams County Courthouse. Frederick County Courthouse.
W Patrick Street. Frederick, MD Phone: Frederick County Website. Clerk of the Circuit Court has marriage records fromprobate records from and land records from Adams County is a county in the U.S.
state of of the census, the population wasIts county seat is Gettysburg. The county was created on Janufrom part of York County, and was named for the second President of the United States, Early families of Frederick County July 1–3,the area around Gettysburg was the site of the pivotal battle of the Named for: John Adams.
Description. Many of the early settlers came from the West Midlands in England, although the Maryland families were composed of a variety of European nationalities, e.g. French, Irish, Welsh, Scottish, Swedish, in addition to English. Maryland was uniquely created as a colony for Catholic aristocracy and gentry, but Anglicanism eventually came to dominate, partly through influence.
Early Families of Frederick County, Maryland and South Central Pennsylvania Early Lists of Frederick Countians, Monocacy and Catoctin: Some Early Settlers of Frederick and Carroll County, Md., and Adams County, Pa., also Descendants c.
Between and a number of German families belong- ing to the sect of Moravians setiled at what is now the village of Graceham, on the Western Maryland Railroad, Frederick county, twelve miles northwest of Frederick city. A number of these had removed from Monocacy, others from the Pennsylvania settlements.
Maryland Genealogy – Records and Links. This state page of our website provides direct links to major databases and historical titles and information found on Maryland Genealogy, whether they exist on our site, or across the web.
The Braddock Expedition and Fox's Gap in Maryland (Source: Heritage Books) ($) Discover Frederick Maryland History Every-Name Index for the Two Volumes of History of Frederick County, Maryland (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Every-Name Index for the Two Volumes of History of Frederick County, Maryland (Source: Genealogical Publishing Company and Clearfield.
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, Collection of family histories.
VCT. Allegheny Co. " McKeesport & Elizabeth PA tax list.". At this time it is believed that Joseph was born at Conewago, Adams County and came from the Taneytown /Frederick County area of Maryland and was the son of Jacob Noel, the son of John Noel and settled in Mt Pleasant Twp., Westmoreland County, PA between and However this is not documented but the DNA evidence shows that this line is.
Early Families of Frederick County, Maryland, and South Central Pennsylvania Regular price $ Genealogical Abstracts from The Brunswick Herald, Brunswick, Maryland 6 March to 28 December First Families of Pennsylvania—Approved Ancestors.
Listed in this table are the qualifying ancestors—those whose residency in Pennsylvania falls within one of the required time periods—from First Families applications approved to date.
Inclusion of an ancestral name is acceptable proof of residency for future applications. History of Frederick County Maryland. adapted for this page from the book by the same name by Thomas J.
A Proclamation: In March of the proprietor of the Provence of Maryland desired to attract settlersto the Northern and the Western areas of his territory., so he made a proclamationdeclaring special land prices and taxes for settlers.
You can also use the Search the Archives to find a particular name. See abbreviations list below. Researchers looking for marriage records in early Maryland can rely on church records (or Quaker meetings), a few lists of special licenses, such as Leeds' List, and beginning inthe marriage licenses issued by the clerks of the various county courts.
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Frederick County was created in from parts of Prince George's County and Baltimore County. InFrederick County was divided into three parts. The westernmost portion became Washington County, named after George Washington, the easternmost portion became Montgomery County, named after another Revolutionary War general, Richard Montgomery.
The Sell Families Of Adams And York Counties, Pennsylvania And Carroll County, Maryland, book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for 5/5. (History of Frederick County Maryland adapted for this page from the book by the same name by Thomas J.
Williams) The Settlers While the early land grants were to English-speaking people from Maryland, and the earliest settlers came from nearby St. Mary's, Charles, and Prince George's Counties, a large part of the actual settlers of the land. History of Frederick County, Maryland, Volume 2 Thomas John Chew Williams, Folger McKinsey Regional Publishing Company, - Frederick County (Md.) - pages.
About Pioneers of Old Monocacy This is a definitive account of the land and the people of Old Monocacy in early Frederick County, Maryland. The outgrowth of a project begun by Grace L. Tracey and completed by John P.
Dern, it presents a detailed account of landholdings in that part of western Maryland that eventually became Frederick County. Based on the childrens' birth places, the Garber s lived in York County, Pennsylvania, into the early-mids. By about they moved into Washington County, Maryland (then part of Frederick County), and about into Shenandoah County, Virginia (then part of.
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Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level. Additional records are listed on the county and state pages. Bedford County; at least five families, settled early in Bedford County. The MAY have been brothers, and/or cousins.
Paul Wertz,married Catherine Stiffler. George Wertz, /37, married Nancy Christy. Henry Wertz, married a. to Mary Ann Naugle.
Peter Wirtz, a.and Elizabetha. Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, deed abstracts & Revolutionary War oaths of allegiance; deed books "A" through "M", through ca.with adjoining landowners & witnesses. Catalog Record Only Published in under title: Index and. School and board of visitors in each county mandated by Assembly.Sept.
Maryland Gazette, first newspaper in the Chesapeake, published by William Parks at Annapolis (until ). Benedict Leonard Calvert, governor. Baltimore Town established by charter. Robert Long House, South Ann St., Fell's Point, Baltimore, Maryland, Early families of Frederick County, Maryland and Adams County, Pennsylvania Benner Township: years of families, forging, farming, fishing and flying: Centre County, Pennsylvania Souvenir historical book, issued in connection with the sesqui-centennial celebration of Huntingdon county, Pennsylvania.
Many Maryland family records can be found online and at large state level archives and libraries in Annapolis. Many millions of records aren't yet available online, though, and many of these are awaiting your discovery at the local level at county courthouses, historical societies, churches, town clerks' offices, cemeteries, and elsewhere in Maryland.
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Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level. Additional records are listed on the county and state pages.Lancaster County was formed as the 4th county in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on from Chester County.
It was named for Lacastershire (Red Rose) in England. York (), Cumberland (), Berks (), Northumberland (), Dauphin (), and Lebanon () counties were in whole or part formed from Lancaster County.Early Settlers of Allegheny Co. Md. This article was first sent out by the lady listed below, then I wrote to ask if I could place here on the site.
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