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Abstracts of Charles County, Maryland Court and Land Records: Volume 1: 1658-1666, Elise Greenup Jourdan


1 Abstracts of Charles County, Maryland Court and Land Records: Volume 1: 1658-1666
Elise Greenup Jourdan
(1992), 2007, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 286 pp, Heritage Books
In these records: Court cases for debt, defamation, trespass, hog stealing; registration of mark for hogs and cattle; some births and deaths; appointment of officials; land records; bonded servants named.
J0550 
Price: 26.00 USD

 
Colonial Records of Southern Maryland: Trinity Parish & Court Records, Charles County; Christ Church Parish & Marriage Records, Calvert County; St. Andrew’s & All Faith’s Parishes, St. Mary’s County, Elise Greenup Jourdan


2 Colonial Records of Southern Maryland: Trinity Parish & Court Records, Charles County; Christ Church Parish & Marriage Records, Calvert County; St. Andrew’s & All Faith’s Parishes, St. Mary’s County
Elise Greenup Jourdan
(1997), 2008, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 200 pp, Heritage Books
This work is a compilation of colonial records of these three counties. The very early Charles County records included here were previously published in Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume I and II, and are believed to be the records of Durham Parish. Records of St. Andrew's Parish have been taken from Lucy Harrison's transcription; they were earlier published in Volumes V-VII of the Chronicles of St. Mary's. Calvert County marriages have been abstracted by Mrs. Jourdan from the Scharf Collection. Mrs. Jourdan has consolidated these earlier published records along with the registers of Trinity Parish and the registers of Christ Church Parish and the registers of All Faith's Parish. The only other known vital records of this tri-county area are the Catholic records of St. Mary's County that have been published in Catholic Families of Southern Maryland, by Timothy J. O'Rourke, and are not included here.
J0428 
Price: 20.00 USD

 
 
Early Charles County, Maryland Settlers, 1658-1745, Marlene Strawser Bates, F. Edward Wright


3 Early Charles County, Maryland Settlers, 1658-1745
Marlene Strawser Bates, F. Edward Wright
(1995), 2006, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 418 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
This volume contains a compilation of records which show familial relationships, ages (deponents and servants), dates of birth, marriage and death, and names of tracts. This valuable data was drawn from wills, inventories and accounts, church registers (Trinity Parish), and records of the county court (including deeds and land commissions) and the Provincial Court. A wealth of genealogical information can be found on these pages. A bibliography and a full name index augment the text.
B0392 
Price: 32.00 USD

 
1800 Census of Calvert County and Charles County, Maryland, Maryland Genealogical Society


4 1800 Census of Calvert County and Charles County, Maryland
Maryland Genealogical Society
(1965, 1967), 2007, paper, 66 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
Two counties combined into one book.
M3290 
Price: 13.00 USD

 
 
Abstracts from Port Tobacco Times and Charles County Advertiser: Volume 6, 1894-1898, Roberta J. Wearmouth


5 Abstracts from Port Tobacco Times and Charles County Advertiser: Volume 6, 1894-1898
Roberta J. Wearmouth
1999, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 265 pp, Heritage Books
In 1898, The Port Tobacco Times and Charles County Advertiser merged with the La Plata Crescent, providing county democrats with a steady and vigorous expression of their business and social views and tendencies for another 93 years. This volume of abstracts, the last in a series, takes the original Times newspaper up to the date of its consolidation with the Crescent. The merging of the two weeklies found many Charles County people still reeling and bitter over the outcome of the courthouse removal controversy. In 1896 the new courthouse in La Plata went into active service while the old one in Port Tobacco was marked only by piles of rubble, hidden by overgrowth and undergrowth. The Baltimore and Potomac Railroad remained a prime mover of goods and services until well after World War I, remaining pivotal in the lives of most Charles County people. Strong, heartfelt feelings about the relocation of the county seat would last until the Great Depression. In addition to colorful local history, the chronological abstracts in this volume offer an abundance of genealogical material concerning births, marriages, deaths, property sales, election results, probates of wills and a few sensational court cases.
W1304 
Price: 25.50 USD

 

 

6 CD: Port Tobacco Times, Volume 1-6
Roberta J. Wearmouth
(1990-1999) 2000, CD, Graphic Images, Adobe Acrobat, v6, PC and Mac, 1638 pp, Heritage Books
This CD-ROM contains the complete set of these important newspaper abstracts for Southern Maryland, spanning the years 1844 through 1898 (originally published in book form by Heritage Books, Inc., 1990-1999). The reader will find all the standard newspaper items of the day, such as: legal notices; names of people who had letters at the Port Tobacco post office; real estate listings; and vital statistics--marriages, births, and deaths. The author also succinctly summarizes accounts of local importance, such as prizes awarded at agricultural fairs; the subjects discussed by the literary debating society; extraordinary weather, produce and livestock; societies and organizations; licenses; elections; public announcements and more. Each volume contains its own index of full names.
CD1356 
Price: 28.00 USD

 
 
Thomas Stonestreet of Birchden, Withyham, East Sussex, and of Charles County, Maryland, with his posterity down to the sixth generation. Fourth Revised Edition, Warren Skidmore


7 Thomas Stonestreet of Birchden, Withyham, East Sussex, and of Charles County, Maryland, with his posterity down to the sixth generation. Fourth Revised Edition
Warren Skidmore
(1985), 2000, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 89 pp, Heritage Books
This genealogy presents 6 generations of descendants of the English immigrant Thomas Stonestreet. Thomas is believed to have been christened at Birchden, Withyham, East Sussex (1630), as the son of Edward Stonstrete. His descendants are traced down through the male lines of his two sons, Edward and Thomas.
S1694 
Price: 13.50 USD

     


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