3 edition of Beard family record of John Frederick and Mary Catharine from Carroll County, Maryland found in the catalog.
Beard family record of John Frederick and Mary Catharine from Carroll County, Maryland
Sophia Jean Brown Hall
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Sophia Jean Brown Hall.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.B42 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 168 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||83181071|
Carroll County, Maryland, has been a crossroads of cultures since the 18th century. Carroll's structures and town plans reflect English and Pennsylvania-German influences. Mile-long streets punctuated by town squares are lined with a variety of stone and brick buildings of various eras. Though Author: Catherine Baty. Copy of judgement taken from Record of Proceeding of Montgomery Co. Court * August Branner, John to Philip Branner Branner, Catharine. Indenture. November 9. Clabough, James Elder, John. Warrant against John Elder. Cockey, John C.- in account with Branch Bank Westminster, [Md.] February Reid, John. Survey Bills.
John Beard (c) of Virginia. A John Beard first appears in Surry County records in , in Prince George County records in John Beard appears in Prince George County records in purchasing land on Savages Run escheat land of Anne Salisbury. John Beard married Elizabeth, last name unknown--possibly Rutherford--circa Spouse: Elizabeth Beard. Nancy Warner does well in describing the traditionally agricultural county to the west of Baltimore county. As the birthplace of Francis Scott Key, the site of the first complete implementation of Rural Free Delivery (RFD) of mail, and the Birthplace of American Methodism under Robert Strawbridge, Carroll County Maryland is seen to be worthy of note/5(2).
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Beard family record of John Frederick and Mary Catharine from Carroll County, Maryland by Sophia Jean Brown Hall; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Genealogy; Places: Maryland; People: Beard family.
BEARD: Beard Family Record of John Frederick and Mary Catharine from Carroll County, Maryland: Hall, Sophia Jean Brown BEARD: Ten Year Update of Beard Family: () Hall, Sophia Jean Brown BEASMAN: A Partial View of the Beasman-Baseman Family of Maryland: Hiatt, Catherine C.; Fairhaven Committee on the Beasman Family BIERCE.
BARR, DAVIS, WROE - Equity # (Book 3, ) - 26 Jun Richard WISE vs Christina BARR et al - Settlement of Estate David BARR d/ Apr intestate, leaving widow - Christina and 5 children - - Alfred BARR - Lewis A. BARR, a minor - Frances M. BARR - Ohio - Anna M.
BARR, w/o Gilbert DAVIS - Ohio - Martha Jane BARR, w/o Dr. John A. WROE - Washington. Short history of the Beard Family. Submitted by Robert and Jean Ecker. Revolutionary War Ancestor Beard family record of John Frederick and Mary Catharine from Carroll County Beard was born September 30th, in Fredrick County, Maryland and enlisted into service at Frederick, Maryland on June 1, Carroll County Genealogical Society BEARD: Beard Family Record of John Frederick and Mary Catharine from Carroll County, Maryland: Hall, Sophia Jean Brown REF S: Bedford Gazette Deaths, Snyder, Jim; Blair County Genealogical Society REF B Volume III: Beneath These Stones: Cemeteries of Caroline County, Maryland: Upper.
Each 1/8 share was $; finalized 2 Feb Note - Frederick County Marriage Licenses list *Catharine REMSBERGH m/ Valentine STICKLE on 18 Jan *Catharine STECKLE m/ Jacob BENTZ on 4 Jan **Mary STICKELL m/ John BRUNNER of Jacob on 12 Dec Beard Family Record of John Frederick and Mary Catharine from Carroll County Hall, Sophia Jean Brown BEA HAL Beard Family Record, ten year update Hall, Sophia Jean Brown BEA HAL Bernese Anabaptists & their American descendants Gratz, Delbert L.
GRA Betsy Bonaparte Burn, Helen Jean BON BUR. Relatives: Son of Charles Carroll () and Elizabeth (Brooke) Carroll (); married, June 5,to Mary Darnell (); father of Catharine 'Kitty' Carroll (; who married Robert Goodloe Harper); grandfather of Louisa Carroll (; who married Isaac Rand Jackson) and Mary Sophia Carroll (; who married Richard Henry.
Washington County, Maryland - Equity Court Abstracts BARR, DAVIS, WROE, WISE Richard WISE vs Christina BARR, et al - Settlement of Estate - 26 Jun [Equity #, Book 3, ] David BARR d/ Apr intestate, leaving widow - Christina and 5 children - - Alfred BARR - Lewis A.
BARR, a minor - Frances M. BARR - Ohio - Anna M. BARR, w/o Gilbert DAVIS. Notes for Frederick Yingling and Margaret Glunt. Frederick Yingling was born about Frederick Yingling settled in Morrison's Cove, Blair County, Pennsylvania about John Yingeling and Frederick Yingland were listed as Associators in Frederick County, Maryland.
each page is the title: "Record of Slaves in St. Mary's County, At the Time of the Adoption of the Constitution in " However, the book did not have an index, so I started my search for the Kane-Gough Family on page one.
I noticed that every slave had a surname and it was not necessarily the name of the slave owner. County Information: Carroll County was created in from parts of Baltimore and Frederick Counties It was named for Charles Carroll of Carrollton (), signer of the American Declaration of Independence.
Its county seat is Westminster Cities: Westminster (incorporated ) Taneytown (incorporated ) Sykesville (incorporated John Enolds M 20 E-Oct. 25, Frederick Smith M 19 Nov.
1, Clinton Robertson M 20 E-Nov. 1, Samuel Johnson M 24 E-Nov. 1, John Thomas M 20 E-Nov 1, Thomas Enolds M 10 Nov. 1, Matthew Enolds M 9 " " " Clerence Robertson M 9 " " " Cornelius Robertson M 6 " " Francis Carroll M.
14 Dec Maryland Prerogative Court Records. Frederick County. Accounts L L Mathias REASLING. Received from: Richard ts to: John COOK (of Prince George's County), Daniel DULANEY, Esq. paid to James DICKSON for use of Osborn SPRIGG, Esq., Thomas BEATTY, Solomon TURNER, Frederick KEMP who married a.
HERING, Joshua Webster Doctor Joshua Webster Hering, of Westminster, banker, physician, medical professor, state official, legislator, a tower of strength to the educational and religious interests of the state, easily one of the most versatile and useful men in the state, was born near Johnsville, Frederick county, on March 8,the son of Daniel S.
and Margaret (Orr) Hering. (In Maryland German Church Records, Vol. 6, pg. 21, Soloman Schuck & Elizabeth Kuntz were married 1, Oct., [ at the Evangelical Reformed Church, Frederick Maryland ]. From Frederick County Maryland Land Records Liber J Abstracts,and abstracted by P.
Abelard. Frederick is a city in, and the county seat, of Frederick County, is part of the Baltimore–Washington Metropolitan ick has long been an important crossroads, located at the intersection of a major north–south Indian trail and east–west routes to the Chesapeake Bay, both at Baltimore and what became Washington, D.C.
and across the County: Frederick. Casper Hufford and Catharine Stihli were a Brethren couple from Frederick County, Maryland. They married in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Frederick and began their family in Woodsboro, even now a tiny town in Frederick County.
Their first four of thirteen children were born in Woodsboro. Baker, Joseph Willis, John Beard, Lindsays, and Hoods. The Shipley family, embracing several branches, was the most numerous, and is to the present day. The founder of the Ritter family in Maryland was Elias Ritter, who settled on the Western Shore of the province in Search Maryland Death Records Maryland Newspapers, Full Search (), titles Maryland Obituary Search, (current) Maryland Funeral Notices.
Hope Hill Cemetery Frederick County, Maryland. Park Mills Road Urbana, Maryland. Lat: 39° 19' 36"N, Lon: 77° 23' 10"W. Contributed by Anne Braun, [[email protected]
Carroll County, MD Vital Records. Where can find Carroll County Birth, marriage, Divorce and Death Records? Carroll County vital records can be found at the Maryland Office of Vital Records has copies of birth and death records from Augusthas marriage records from January and has divorce records from January, There is a fee for each copy requested.The Abell family of St.
Mary's County, Maryland and the American Revolution [Abell, William Russell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Abell family of St. Mary's County, Maryland and the American RevolutionAuthor: William Russell Abell. Cecil County is in the northeast corner of Maryland, bounded on the north and east by the Mason-Dixon Line with Pennsylvania and Delaware.
The western border is defined by the lower reaches of the Susquehanna River and the northernmost coves, flats and tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay.