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 1.  Blackburn to Baltimore: A Marsden Family Genealogy
Charles Albert Earp
1963, 5x8, paper, index, 36 pp, Heritage Books
This is a genealogy of a principal branch of the Marsden family of Lancashire, England, which migrated to Baltimore, Maryland, early in the nineteenth century. The preparation of this slender volume involved extensive research into English and American records at the Enoch Pratt Library, the Peabody Institute, Baltimore City and County court houses, and the Maryland Historical Society in Baltimore; the Maryland Hall of Records in Annapolis, Maryland; The National Archives in Washington, D.C.; and various sources in other states and overseas; as well as correspondence and discussions with many descendants of this family line.A brief look at the Marsdens in England is followed by an examination of early Marsden ancestors: Evan Marsden, Sr. (founder of this line), William Marsden (first immigrant to America), and James T. Marsden (son of William Marsden). Biographical notes for the children of James T. Marsden, a summary chart of early Marsdens, genealogical tables of the descendants of James T. Marsden, James Marsden Earp, and Elias Marsden are all included. A reference list, an index to Marsdens, and an index to other surnames augment the text.
E3306 
Price: 7.50 USD

 


 2.  These Honored Dead: A Roster of over 2,500 Maryland Union Soldiers Buried in National Cemeteries
Charles Albert Earp and Peter Lowry Johnston
2001, 5x8, paper, alphabetical, 306 pp, Heritage Books
During the Civil War, Maryland furnished 39 infantry, cavalry and artillery units to the Federal government for the defense of the Union. Over 62,000 loyal Marylanders, including over 9,000 African-Americans, served in these regiments or in the United States Navy and Marines. More than 4,500 Marylanders died from battle or disease. Some were fortunate enough to be brought home for burial, but many are interred in cemeteries throughout the country. These men and the sacrifices they made for our country have largely been forgotten. This roster was compiled not only to remember and honor these men, but also in the belief that it will be of value to the descendants of those who so nobly served our state and our Union.
E0654 
Price: 25.00 USD

 
 

 


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