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Maryland Vital Records Index : Births and Christenings, 1650-1995; Marriages, 1666-1970; Deaths and Burials, 1877-1992.

Maryland Family Group Sheet Project

Archives of Maryland Online. The Archives of Maryland is currently providing access to over 471,000 historical documents.

Residents Appearing in Chancery Court (1672-1676); Maryland

Residents Appearing in Chancery Court (1676-1680); Maryland

Estates Appearing in Chancery Court in the late 1600’s; Maryland

Historic graves of Maryland and the District of Columbia, with the inscriptions appearing on the tombstones in most of the counties of the State and in Washington and Georgetown. Digital edition of this book by Helen West Ridgely published by the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Maryland in 1908.

Maryland State Archives Census Indexes (1776, 1778, 1870, 1880). Search the following Census Indexes available at the Maryland State Archives: 1776 (Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Caroline, Dorchester, Frederick, Harford, Prince George's, Queen Anne, and Talbot Counties), 1778 (Caroline, Charles, and Queen Anne's Counties), 1870 (Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Calvert, Caroline, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Dorchester, Frederick, Harford, Howard, Kent, Montgomery, Prince George's, Queen Anne's, St. Mary's, Somerset, Talbot, Washington, Wicomico, and Worcester Counties and Baltimore City) and 1880 (Anne Arundel County only).

Roster of Maryland Volunteers, War of 1861–1865 This is a roster of 49,038 Maryland troops who fought for the Union during the Civil War.

The Capital and the Bay: Narratives of Washington and the Chesapeake Bay Region, ca. 1600-1925 The collection includes first-person narratives, early histories, historical biographies, etc.

Maryland Marriage Project. This project endeavors to provide actual transcriptions of Marriage Applications and other Marriage Records.

Freedmen's Bureau Marriage Records - Reports and Registers of Marriages in Washington D. C. : Marriages in Washington D. C. and Maryland.

Free African Americans of colonial Maryland and Delaware

Search Allegheny Regional Family History Society's Web Site. Search for information in The Allegheny Regional Family History Society's on-line database of articles and information or on-line GedCom Files. Covers those counties in northeast West Virginia, southwest Pennsylvania, western Maryland and northwest Virginia.

Maryland Executions 1638-1961 (archived Web page - may be unavailable or slow to respond).

Names of California Pioneers now residing in the city of Baltimore and vicinity (1890). Source: "The Argonauts Of California" by C. W. Haskins, 1890.

Acadians Deported to Maryland

1763 Acadian Census for Maryland

  • Allegany County

    Percy Cemetery, Frostburg, Allegany County, Maryland. Percy Cemetery was presumably Frostburg's first public burying ground and interments began in 1839, possibly earlier. Anthony Crosby and Michael Olson have conducted extensive research on its history and included obituaries and family charts of those buried there.

    Allegany County, Maryland Tax, 1872. The List of persons, copartnerships and corporations assessed in the County Tax, ordered by the County Commissioners of Allegany County, Maryland, for the year 1872 includes taxes to be paid on real estate and personal property in Allegany and Garrett Counties, as it was published before Allegany County was divided.

    Allegany County, Maryland Directory 1895-96. City of Cumberland and Allegany County Directory, 1895-96 published by Bell Publishers of Baltimore lists the names, occupations and residences of heads of households in Allegany County, Maryland in 1895.

    Barton Store Ledger 1895-1897, Allegany County, Maryland. Lists account holders and purchases – items from sugar to shingles, mittens to mackerel, hay to headache cure.

  • Anne Arundel County

    Anne Arundel County, Maryland : African American Judgment Records 1703-1765

  • Baltimore County

    The 1864 Baltimore City Directory Project. An online version of the 1864 Baltimore City Directory originally published by John W. Woods. Here you will find data associated with 49,193 individuals and businesses that were present in the city during this time.

    Obituaries Newspapers, Baltimore County, Maryland

  • Cecil County

    1830 Federal Census Cecil County, Maryland

    Cecil County, Maryland, Marriages Notice Index : Ordered by Bride A-L Surnames - Ordered by Bride M-Z Surnames - Ordered by Groom A-L Surnames - Ordered by Groom M-Z Surnames

    Maryland, Cecil County Probate Estate Files 1851-1940. Index and images of probate estate files : Search - Browse

  • Frederick County

    The Forgotten Patriots of the Tom's Creek Hundred, Frederick County, Maryland. An article by John Miller. Includes list of the members of Captain Philip Maroney’s Company, in the Flying Camp, August 5, 1776, enlisted in the Middletown District and elsewhere, Frederick County, Maryland.

    Frederick County, Maryland Will Testators Index 1744 - 1828

    Deed List for Properties in Emmitsburg, Frederick County, Maryland

  • Garrett County

    Military Lots, Garrett County, Maryland 1787. Soldiers who fought in the Revolutionary War were rewarded with land "west of Fort Cumberland". The map of "military lots" assigned in 1787 shows the land grants in Garrett County, Maryland.

    Oakland High School yearbook, 1930, Garrett County, Maryland. The 1930 yearbook of the Oakland High School in Garrett County, The Oak, lists the students, faculty and many community members.

  • Prince George County

    Marriages and Births - Queen Anne’s Parish (1700s), Prince George’s County, Maryland : Section One: A through Jo, Section Two: Jo through Z

  • Somerset County

    Free African American Taxables in Somerset County, Maryland 1723-1759

    Some Somerset County, Maryland Cemeteries

  • St. Mary's County

    Names of Interred at Pt. Lookout Cemetery (Ridge, St. Mary's County). Those who perished at Point Lookout Prison Camp for Confederates from 1863 to 1865 in the state of Maryland.

  • Washington County

    Washington County, Maryland Court Records, 1778-1793. Court records for Washington County, Maryland, 1778-1793, include the names of many of the county's inhabitants.

    Washington County, Maryland Taxes, 1803-1804. The 1803-1804 Tax records for Washington County, Maryland list the names, land holdings and possessions of those owing taxes. People were taxed on land, silver, stills, farm animals, furniture, carriages and slaves.

    Sheriff's Records, Washington County, Maryland 1804-1806. The jail and other law enforcement records of Colonel Nathaniel Rochester, Sheriff of Washington County, Maryland, 1804-1806.

    Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland Newspaper Index, 1860-1865

    Illustrated Atlas of Washington County, Maryland 1877. The 1877 Illustrated Atlas of Washington County shows the landowners of many parcels of land in the county, as well as businesses.

    Washington County, Maryland Jury List, 1877. The 1877 Jury List for Washington County, Maryland includes 4826 males 25 to 65 years old, who were taxable or residents of the county.

    Hagerstown City Directory, Washington County, Maryland 1893. The first listing of the residents of Hagerstown includes name, address and also occupation of the populace. In addition, it records "coloreds", county officials, churches and secret societies.

    Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland Telephone Directory, 1907. The 1500 subscribers in Hagerstown and the exchanges in Clear Spring, Hancock, Keedysville, and Smithsburg are listed. Other towns were connected by party lines.

  • Wicomico County

    Wicomico County, Maryland Cemeteries

  • Worcester County

    The Tax Levy of Worcester County, Maryland for the Year 1766,


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