• Mr. Hurley's Our Maryland Heritage Series continues with this book, which investigates the Waters Families, being principally the descendants of John Waters (c. 1648). The family descendants are primarily from Montgomery and Frederick Counties in Maryland
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  • Mr. Hurley's Our Maryland Heritage series continues with this book, which investigates the Benson family. It begins with a brief description of the Benson grants of arms in England; moves to the earliest colonial records, which feature indentured Bensons;
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  • Mr. Hurley's Our Maryland Heritage series continues with this book, which investigates the Higgins families, primarily of Montgomery County, but also includes family members found in other Maryland counties and elsewhere. Chapter one presents the scant in
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  • William Hurley continues to excavate quality research materials for those readers interested in their family origins in this volume devoted to the progeny of the Rabbitt name. Though he found that the Rabbitt clan was not as large as the subjects of his p
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  • This volume, nineteenth in a series about Maryland families, is devoted to the descendants of George Bowman and Elizabeth Gue through more than 200 years, and ten generations, in male and female lines. The book opens with some of the earliest records of t
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  • Focuses on the this family of Frederick County, Maryland, but include family members found in other locations such as Washington county. Begins with David Stottlemyer (b. Munich, Germany) who reportedly arrived in the colonies in 1750 and left twelve chil
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  • According to an article in the Baltimore Sun of February 12, 1905 titled "Maryland Heraldry," "the Griffith family contributed more soldiers to the War of the American Revolution than any other family in the state." While Griffith is a proud name througho
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  • This work is fifteenth in a series about Maryland families. The author now turns his attention to the Warfield families. Those Warfields covered in this text are primarily of Montgomery and Frederick Counties, but information is included on numerous famil
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  • This work is the second in a series of books about Maryland families. The author, already known for his works on the Fry, Hines, Hurley, Lowder, Maddox, Niekirk and Pratt families, now turns his attention to the Walker families, members of which appear in
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  • Most of the individuals recorded are presumed to descend from Thomas Ricketts, Jr. (born c.1685 in Anne Arundel Co.) Chapters are also included on the descendants of Jeremiah and Verlinda, through whom the Ricketts are connected to the Trail families of M
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  • Following the custom of the earlier works in this series, the book begins with a look at the early history of the Maryland Colony and the formation of the counties, and discusses the earliest records of the Mullinix family found in Maryland. The author pr
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  • This text is intended to present the ancestry and descendants of William Thomas Fisher (born c.1819) and his wife, Eliza Ellen Beckwith (born c.1820). The Fishers discussed here can be traced back to Martin Fisher, a carpenter who died in Anne Arundel Co.
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  • This study began with the goal of providing information about the Shaw families generally found in Montgomery County, as listed in the various census returns from 1850 to 1900, and expanded to include information from a number of other sources. The Shaw
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  • Primarily a study of the Montgomery county descendants of John Duckett King (1778-1858), but it includes references to numerous other Maryland King family members. The earliest King families lived primarily in the Broad Creek area of Prince George's Coun
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  • This work is the first in a series of books about Maryland families. It concentrates primarily on the descendants of Joseph Fry of Maryland (1656-1694) in Maryland and North Carolina, and includes records of other members of Fry and allied families of Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina. The book first discusses some early arrivals of the Fry family in Maryland, with emphasis on Prince George's County, which was the parent county of both Frederick and Montgomery Counties, where members of the family are found to the present day. Next the book deal with the immigrant Joseph (the progenitor of those Frys who had connections to the Hurley family) and his descendants. Finally, the book covers the various Fry families of North Carolina and elsewhere. An every-name index list about 5,000 names.
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  • The Hollands are notable for intermarrying with a number of Montgomery Co.'s long established families. They are presumed to have first settled in VA, either as indentured servants or freemen. Although data on the early history of the family is scarce, th
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  • This work, the thirteenth in a series of books about Maryland families, investigates the Miles families of Montgomery, Prince George's, Howard, and Frederick Counties, and includes members of the family found in other regions of Maryland and abroad. Following the custom of the earlier works in this series, the book begins with a look at the early history of the Maryland Colony and the formation of the counties, after which it discusses the earliest records of Mileses in the colonies and possible connections to the family lines discussed at length later in the text. Chapter 2 is devoted to the descendants of Charles Miles, who died in Montgomery County c.1842. Charles fathered fifteen children, establishing the majority of the family lines dealt with in this text. Chapters 3 through 6 expand upon the lines of four of Charles Miles' children (Jemima Miles, James Hanson Miles, Elizabeth Miles and Charles Miles, Jr.) through several generations of descendants in both male and female lineages. Information is included on a number of Miles families and descendants not associated with the aforementioned ancestors, as well as updates and newly discovered material pertaining to William Hurley's previous works: Our Maryland Heritage, Book Five: King Families; Our Maryland Heritage, Book Twelve: Browning Families and Neikirk, Newkirk, Nikirk and Related Familes, Vol. 1. A bibliography of relevant sources is included as well as a full-name index. This book is indispensable to ...
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  • Mr. Hurley's Our Maryland Heritage series continues with this book, which investigates the Nicholson families, primarily of Montgomery County, but also includes family members found in other Maryland counties and elsewhere. This study began with the goal of providing information about the Nicholson families generally found in Montgomery County, as listed in the various census returns from 1850 to 1900, and expanded to include information from a number of other sources. Individual chapters are devoted to: Early Nicholson Family Records, Asa Nicholson, Mary E. Nicholson 1831-1912, James A. S. Nicholson 1817, John W. Nicholson 1825-1898, Jemima Nicholson 1800, and Miscellaneous Nicholson Family Members of Montgomery County. The data contained in this report has been prepared from information found in a variety of sources, including records found at the library of the Montgomery County Historical Society, such as family files, church and cemetery records, obituary collections and the published books and abstracts held by the library in their research collection; as well as the personal library of the author, and earlier family studies. Contains a bibliography and a fullname index.
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  • Mr. Hurley's Our Maryland Heritage series continues with this book, which investigates the Harding families, primarily of Montgomery County, but also includes family members found in other Maryland counties and elsewhere. This study began with the goal of providing information about the Harding families generally found in Montgomery County, as listed in the various census returns from 1850 to 1900, and expanded to include information from a number of other sources. Individual chapters are devoted to: John Harding (1683-1752), John Lackland Harding (1780-1835), Elizabeth Harding (1758-1823), John W. Harding (1789-1861), Elizabeth Harding (1824-1892), Zachariah Harding (1839-1911), Elias Harding (died 1832), Robert Henry Harding (1825-), Harding families of Frederick County, and miscellaneous Harding families. The data contained in this report has been prepared from information found in a variety of sources, including records found at the library of the Montgomery County Historical Society, such as family files, church and cemetery records, obituary collections and the published books and abstracts held by the library in their research collection; as well as the personal library of the author, and earlier family studies. A bibliography and a full-name index add to the value of this work.
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  • This work is the third in a series of books about Maryland families. The author, already known for his works on the Fry, Hines, Hurley, Lowder, Maddox, Niekirk, Pratt and Walker families, now turns his attention to the Fulks families, whose name has been variously spelled Fowke, Foulks, Foulk, Fulks, Fout, Fouck, Fouts, Foltz and Fought, among other versions. Beginning with Fowke records from the 1400s, the book is designed to be an introductory look at the descendants of the Fulks families, being primarily an account of the descendants of Baltus Fulks of Maryland (1735-1806) and Gerard Fowke of Virginia (1606-1669). Chapter subjects include a second Gerard Fowke (1662-1734), Foulke family members of Delaware, Fulks families of Maryland, the Gloyd families (who intermarried with the Fulks family), William Fulks, Ignatius Fulks (1800-1881), William Robert Fulks, Fulks families of Virginia, and Fulks of Kentucky and Tennessee. The bibliography lists about a hundred sources used in the preparation of this volume, and the every-name index lists 2,000 or more names included in the book.
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