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Maryland records : colonial, revolutionary, county and church, from original sources

Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
Lancaster, Pennsylvania : Lancaster Press, c1928
2 v. : map, facsims.


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Includes index.

Contents: I. Provincial census of August 31, 1776, Prince George's county. Marriage licenses issued at Upper Marlborough, Prince George's county, 1777-1800. Two muster rolls, militia, Prince George's county, French war, 1799. Provincial census of 1776. Frederick county. Earliest records of marriages and births of All Saints' parish, Frederick, Md. (1727-1781) Tombstone inscriptions from the old cemetery of All Saints' parish. Frederick, Md. Poll list of presidential election, November 9-12, 1796, Frederick County, Md. Constable's census of Charles county, 1775-1778. Marriage licenses of St. Mary's county, 1794-1864. Provincial census of 1776, Anne Arundel county.-- II. State of his Lordship's manor, 1776, 1767, 1768. Census of 1776. Oaths of fidelity and support. Early Maryland Naturalizations, Kilty's Laws. Revolutionary war pensions, Kilty's Laws, some original commissions, etc. Marriage records.

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