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Biographical Record of Harford and Cecil Counties, Maryland, Chapman Publishing Company


1 Biographical Record of Harford and Cecil Counties, Maryland
Chapman Publishing Company
(1989), 2000, 5x8, paper, index, 520 pp, Heritage Books
Biographies reprinted from the original book printed in 1897 entitled Portrait and Biographical Records of Harford and Cecil Counties Maryland. New and complete index of personal names by Harford County Genealogical Society.
C0148 
Price: 35.00 USD

 
Early Anglican Records of Cecil County, Maryland, Henry C. Peden, Jr


2 Early Anglican Records of Cecil County, Maryland
Henry C. Peden, Jr
(1990), 2007, 5x8, paper, index, 116 pp, Heritage Books
Records of St. Stephen's Parish (North Sassafras Parish) & St. Ann's Parish (North Elk Parish).
P0183 
Price: 16.00 USD

 
 
Inhabitants of Cecil County, 1649-1774, Henry C. Peden, Jr


3 Inhabitants of Cecil County, 1649-1774
Henry C. Peden, Jr
(1993), 2006, 5x8, paper, index, 260 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
Cecil County was created in 1674 from Baltimore County and Kent County; however, land patents and certificates date from 1649 in the area that now comprises Cecil County. The lists in this volume were gathered from material in the Maryland State Archives, Maryland Historical Society, Maryland State Papers, and parish registers. This material includes land patents, colonial naturalizations, petitioners, St. Mary Anns Parish religious oaths, cohabitants, bachelors, sundry persons, St. Stephens Parish pew holders, tax lists, militia list of 1740, fines, tavern licenses granted, court justice papers, insolvents, overseers of roads, constables, civil and military officers of 1696, bondholders, assemblymen, and alienated lands list. A comprehensive index of names is included.
P0082 
Price: 23.00 USD

 
Abstracts of Cecil County, Maryland Land Records 1673-1751, June D. Brown


4 Abstracts of Cecil County, Maryland Land Records 1673-1751
June D. Brown
(1998), 2008, 5x8, paper, index, 308 pp, Heritage Books
These records are taken from the Cecil County Deed Book Numbers two, three and four. Family relationships are frequently given. Each entry names every person and relationship found in the records. For a listing of land patents of Cecil County, 1649-1774, see Inhabitants of Cecil County, Maryland, 1649-1774 by Henry C. Peden, Jr. Also contained in this volume are a list of naturalizations, petitioners, tax lists and sundry other lists. The full name index includes a listing of "tract names." Cecil County was created from Baltimore and Kent Counties in 1674. The boundary extended from the Susquehanna River down the Bay to Swan Point, to Hell Point, and up the Chester River. In 1706, Kent County was bounded by Eastern Neck, up the Bay to Sassafras River and to Long Horse Bridge. It is believed that the first settlement of the English, within today's Cecil County, was upon Palmer's Island (later called Watson's Island), near the Susquehanna.
B0484 
Price: 26.50 USD

 
 
Abstracts of Cecil County, Maryland Land Records, 1734-1753, June D. Brown


5 Abstracts of Cecil County, Maryland Land Records, 1734-1753
June D. Brown
(1999), 2002, 5x8 paper, index, 264 pp, Heritage Books
These records are taken from the Cecil County Deed Book Numbers five (1734-39) pp. 1-539; six (1739-45) pp. 1-486; and seven (1745-53) pp. 1-547. There are 8,714 entry names given. For a listing of land patents of Cecil County, 1649-1774, see Inhabitants of Cecil County, Maryland, 1649-1774 by Henry C. Peden, Jr. Also contained in this volume are a list of naturalizations, petitioners, tax lists and sundry other lists. The full name index includes a listing of "tract names." Cecil County was created from Baltimore and Kent Counties in 1674. The boundary extended from the Susquehanna River down the Bay to Swan Point, to Hell Point, and up the Chester River. In 1706, Kent County was bounded by Eastern Neck, up the Bay to Sassafras River and to Long Horse Bridge. It is believed that the first settlement of the English, within today's Cecil County, was upon Palmer's Island (later called Watson's Island), near the Susquehanna.
B0038 
Price: 24.50 USD

     


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