Colonial families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland

Robert W. Barnes & F. Edward Wright
  • Westminster, Maryland : Family Line, 1996-c2003
  • Lewes, Delaware : Delmarva Roots, c200-?
  • Lewes, Delaware : Colonial Roots, c2007
  • 1585495670 V. 7
  • 1585495689 V. 8
Colonial roots; D1223 & D1224


Authors vary by volume: for example, volume 10 by F. Edward Wright and Vernon L. Skinner, Jr.; volumes 12 and 13 by Henry C. Peden, Jr. and F. Edward Wright. v. 20 & v. 22. Vernon L. Skinner, Jr. & F. Edward Wright. v. 21 Henry C. Peden, Jr.

Publisher varies: volumes 12 and 13 by Delmarva Roots of Lewes, Delaware. v. 20-21 by Colonial Roots, Lewes, Delaware.

Includes index.

Arranged in alphabetical order by family name.

Contents: v. 1-3. Kent County -- v. 4-5. Queen Anne's and Talbot counties -- v. 6. Cecil County -- v. 7. Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne's. Somerset, and Talbot counties -- v. 8-10. Wicomico, Worcester, and Somerset counties -- v. 11. Caroline, Dorchester, and Talbot counties -- v. 12. Wicomico, Worcester, and Somerset counties -- v. 13. Talbot, Dorchester, and Queen Anne's counties -- v. 14. Dorchester County -- v. 15. Wicomico, Worcester & Somerset counties -- v. 16. Dorchester County -- v. 17. Wicomico, Worcester & Somerset counties-- v. 18. Wicomico, Worcester & Somerset counties -- v. 19. Dorchester County -- v. 20. Wicomico, Worcester & Somerset counties -- v. 21. Kent, Talbot & Queen Anne's counties -- v. 22. Wicomico, Worcester & Somerset counties -- v. 23. Eastern Shore.



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