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1 1916 Atlas of Carroll County, Maryland: District Maps and Alphabetical Listing of Rural Landowners and Permanent Tenants
Carroll County Genealogical Society
2002, 11x17, comb binding, 53 pp, Heritage Books

Price: 15.00 USD

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Carroll County Genealogical Society
1990, 81/2x11, paper, alphabetical, 258 pp, Heritage Books

Price: 22.00 USD

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Carroll County Genealogical Society
1995, 81/2x11, index, 294 pp, Heritage Books

Price: 24.00 USD



4 Carroll County, Maryland Cemeteries, Volume 1: Southeast
Carroll County Genealogical Society
(1989), 1993, 81/2x11, paper, index, 144 pp, Heritage Books

Price: 18.00 USD



5 Carroll County, Maryland Cemeteries, Volume 3: Southwest
Carroll County Genealogical Society
1992, 81/2x11, paper, index, 149 pp, Heritage Books

Price: 18.00 USD



6 Carroll County, Maryland Cemeteries, Volume 5 - Part Two: North Central
Carroll County Genealogical Society
1999, 81/2x11 paper, index, maps, x+240 pp, Heritage Books

Price: 22.00 USD

Carroll County, Maryland Cemeteries, Volume 6: West-Central, Carroll County Genealogical Society

7 Carroll County, Maryland Cemeteries, Volume 6: West-Central
Carroll County Genealogical Society
2000, 8˝x11, paper, alphabetical, ix+341 pp, Heritage Books
A total of fifty-four cemeteries are included in this volume. No inscriptions have been included for cemeteries established after 1950. Until the formation of Carroll County in 1837, most of this area was part of Frederick County.
Price: 24.00 USD



8 Carroll County, Maryland Cemeteries, Volume 7: North-West
Carroll County Genealogical Society
2004, 81/2x11, paper, alphabetical, ix+341 pp, Heritage Books

Price: 24.00 USD



9 Carroll County, Maryland Cemeteries: Volume 5 -Part Three: Westminster Cemetery
Carroll County Genealogical Society
2004, 81/2x11, paper, index, 194 pp, Heritage Books

Price: 20.00 USD

Carroll County, Maryland Election Results for Federal, State, and Local Offices: 1837-2000, Charles William Albert

10 Carroll County, Maryland Election Results for Federal, State, and Local Offices: 1837-2000
Charles William Albert
2002, 6x9, paper, index, 566 pp, Heritage Books
Mr. Albert has compiled county voting results from past elections that are available, and identified all of the people whose names appeared on a ballot in Carroll County.
Price: 41.00 USD

Carroll County, Maryland Baseball, Men’s Amateur & Semi-Pro Baseball, 1850-1999, Daniel D. Hartzler

11 Carroll County, Maryland Baseball, Men’s Amateur & Semi-Pro Baseball, 1850-1999
Daniel D. Hartzler
(2005), 2008, 8˝x11, cloth, index, 202 pp, Heritage Books
These pages preserve a unique aspect of Carroll County, Maryland, history and serve as a reminder of why baseball has remained America's national pastime. Readers will find a sense of community here, along with a sense of time and place. "As the years fly by, you'll ride with the town teams to games, bounce in the rumble seats of model T's, and click along the rails of the Western Maryland Railroad. You'll visit the little villages where baseball was a catalyst, the weekly escape for the local farmers and citizenry. And, you'll meet the players, live the history, experience game-play from Harney and Sam's Creek to Tannery and Taylorsville." The towns/teams covered in these detailed accounts include: Berrett, Blue Ridge College, Company H (Maryland National Guard), Congoleum, Dennings, Detour, Dorsey's Crossroad, Eldersburg, Frizzellburg, Gamber, Hampstead, Harney, Leppo Bluesox, Linwood, Manchester, Middleburg, Mount Airy, New Windsor, Patapsco, Reese, Sam's Creek, Sandymount, Silver Run, Snydersburg, Springfield, Sykesville, Taneytown, Tannery, Taylorsville, Union Bridge, Union Bridge Blacksox, Uniontown, Unionville, Wakefield, Western Maryland College, Westminster, and Woodbine. Umpires and the Carroll County Old Timers Baseball Association are also covered. First-person recollections that allow readers to hear the voices of the players, an abundance of vintage photographs, excerpts from newspaper articles, and an every name index enhance the text.
Price: 63.00 USD



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Genealogy Department Volunteers, Carroll County Public Library
(1987), 1995, 81/2x11, paper, alphabetical, vii+236pp, Heritage Books

Price: 22.00 USD

The Particular Assessment Lists For Baltimore And Carroll Counties, 1798, George J. Horvath, Jr

13 The Particular Assessment Lists For Baltimore And Carroll Counties, 1798
George J. Horvath, Jr
(1986), 2001, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 186 pp, Heritage Books
Lists occupants, owners, types & dimensions of buildings, tract names, acreage, number of slaves. Helps replace nonexistent 1800 census of Baltimore County. Includes 1804 tax list for precincts surrounding Baltimore City. Early in July, 1798, Congress passed a law which came to be known as the “window tax.” Commissioners in each state were to divide the states into districts, and collect data on the valuation of lands and dwelling houses and the counting of the slaves. For dwelling houses the commissioners were to specify their situation, their number of stories, the number and dimensions of the windows (hence the nickname), and the materials of which the houses were built. When the commissioners for Maryland had completed their task they had compiled a three part record series. The second part of the list was a “Particular Assessment List” giving dimensions of dwellings, outbuildings, and land as of October 1, 1798. This volume contains the information found in the second part of the tax list, for Baltimore County (exclusive of Baltimore Town), plus the information for the three hundreds in Frederick County that later made up Carroll County. In addition, names from the “precincts” surrounding Baltimore Town were garnered from an 1804 tax list. In some cases when the Particular list was missing, names were drawn from the General list.
Price: 20.50 USD



14 Abstracts Of Carroll County Newspapers, 1831-1846
Marlene Bates and Martha Reamy
(1988), 2004, 5˝x8˝, paper, 196 pp, Heritage Books
Items from newspapers of the region which is now Carroll County - plus items from Frederick, Baltimore & South Central Pennsylvania. Sales of property, rentals, marriages, deaths, runaway slaves & apprentices, letters at post offices & political events.
Price: 20.00 USD



15 Maps Of Land Patents In Northern Baltimore And Carroll Counties
R. Carlton Seitz
(1995), 2000, 8˝x11, paper, index, 170 pp, Heritage Books
Two 18" x 30" maps of the tract boundaries, one showing the tracts from Middletown to Hoffmanville (NW Baltimore Co.) and the other covering Roller to Maple Grove (NE Carroll Co.). With data on original sources, and information on warrants, surveys, patents, assignments and landholders. Arranged alphabetically by tract name. 762 tracts drawn and described.
Price: 33.50 USD

Chancery Books of Carroll County, Maryland, Volumes 1-20, 1837-1873, Virginia D. Stenley

16 Chancery Books of Carroll County, Maryland, Volumes 1-20, 1837-1873
Virginia D. Stenley
(1994), 2009, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 206 pp, Heritage Books
Many names and relationships are uncovered in Chancery Court records: abstracts of foreclosures, partition or sale of real estate to settle an estate, satisfy creditors, divorces, etc. All names and tract names have been abstracted.
Price: 21.00 USD


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