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1 Montgomery Circuit Records, 1788-1988 [Maryland]
Dona L. Cuttler
(2000), 2005, 8˝x11, paper, index, 278 pp, Heritage Books
This book contains the records of Methodist Episcopal, Methodist Episcopal South, and United Methodist Churches in Montgomery and Frederick Counties, Maryland. The churches are located in Upper Montgomery County and the Urbana District of Frederick County. Records of marriages, deaths, baptisms, church membership, classes and preparatory classes span 200 years and have been transcribed from the ledgers of the Montgomery Circuit housed in Clarksburg, Forest Grove, and Bethesda U.M.C. The ledgers contain information from the following Methodist Episcopal, Methodist Episcopal South, and United Methodist Churches: Bethesda [Browningsville], Cedar Grove [Salem], Clarksburg M.E., Clarksburg M.E. South, Clarksburg U.M.C., Comus M.E. South, Mountain Chapel M.E. [Sugarloaf Chapel, Comus], Mt. Pleasant M.E. South, Dickerson U.M.C., Forest Grove M.E. South, Bennett Chapel, Poolesville M.E., Poolesville M.E. South, Hyattstown M.E., Hyattstown M.E. South, Flint Hill M.E. South, Oak Hill Class, Germantown Methodist, Pleasant Plains Class [Mountain View, Purdum], Mt. Lebanon Class and Darnestown M.E. Church. Remarks by pastors are particularly revealing concerning their considerable duties in so large a religious community and how the congregation dealt with spiritual matters and more worldly issues in the nineteenth century. An index of full names is included.
C1427 
Price: 37.00 USD

 
Paperclips: Selected Clippings from the Montgomery Sentinel [Maryland], 1900-1950, Dona L. Cuttler


2 Paperclips: Selected Clippings from the Montgomery Sentinel [Maryland], 1900-1950
Dona L. Cuttler
2002, 8˝x11, paper, index, 2 vols., 738 pp, Heritage Books
From 1900 until 1950 the Austin sisters clipped selected items from the Montgomery Sentinel newspaper and saved them in two notebooks. These were supplemented with announcements and obituaries from the compiler's collection and arranged chronologically. Where available, additional information has been supplied, such as name of cemetery, names of parents and maiden names. The types of entries include death notices, obituaries, birth announcements, wedding announcements, school graduations, teaching position listings, and local event announcements. The entries are mostly about Montgomery County, Maryland, with a few about neighboring areas, i.e. Washington, D.C., Frederick and Baltimore. Names within each entry which are bolded have been indexed and maiden names have been cross indexed.
C2236 
Price: 80.00 USD

 
 
The History of Clarksburg, King's Valley, Purdum, Browningsville and Lewisdale [Maryland], Dona L. Cuttler


3 The History of Clarksburg, King's Valley, Purdum, Browningsville and Lewisdale [Maryland]
Dona L. Cuttler
(2001), 2007, 5˝x8˝, paper, index , 318 pp, Heritage Books
This book details the history of each of these five Maryland areas as well as historic sites and buildings in each area. A description and photograph of each building is included, as well as local bands, ball teams and school classes. Dowden's Ordinary built in 1753 was the location of the encampment of Gen. Braddock's troops in 1755.
C1852 
Price: 27.00 USD

 

 

4 The History of Dickerson, Mouth of Monocacy, Oakland Mills, and Sugarloaf Mountain (Maryland)
Dona L. Cuttler
(1999), 2007, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 176 pp, Heritage Books
The fourth in a series of books by this author, this volume completes the Upper Montgomery County Villages surrounding Sugarloaf Mountain. Dickerson is a small community of farms, homes, and businesses. The village began to grow in 1869 when the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad constructed its Metropolitan Branch. Where the Potomac and Monocacy Rivers meet was the small community of Mouth of Monocacy. This area boomed during the construction of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal's largest aqueduct in 1830. Oakland Mills was located on the Baltimore Road, a path from Loudoun County, Virginia, through Mouth of Monocacy, Barnesville, Clarskburg, and on to Baltimore, used by farmers to get their produce to market. Sugarloaf Mountain is located in Frederick County, Maryland. In the late 1700s and early 1800s, its trees were harvested for charcoal and it was quarried for sandstone. Gordon Strong restored it, creating a beautiful park. This book contains the history of these four areas with maps, tours of the homes in the area, and vintage photographs. This is a good book for those interested in the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, and the Civil War. Also featured are many architectural styles of various periods.
C1347 
Price: 18.50 USD

 
 

 

5 The History of Hyattstown, Maryland
Dona Lou Cuttler
1998, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 199 pp, Heritage Books
In this work, thetown's early history is covered in detail and includes such things as thebeginnings of churches, schools, businesses, and town government.Contributions to the Civil War are recounted as well as the improvements made to the town after the war. Houses, businesses, and other buildings along the Great Road (Main Street) are described, accompanied by more than50 maps and illustrations. Rosters list postmasters, postal patrons,teachers, and ministers.
C0985 
Price: 20.50 USD

 

 

6 History of Barnesville and Sellman, Maryland
Dona Lou Cuttler & Ida Lu Brown
(1999), 2008, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 160 pp, Heritage Books
This book tracks the history of Barnesville and Sellman, in Montgomery County, Maryland. The land that became Barnesville was surveyed for Jeremiah Hays, December 10, 1747. The tracts "Jeremiah’s Park" and "Hopson’s Choice" were just two of the properties that eventually were surveyed as lots in the town. Barnesville was laid out in 1822 and incorporated in 1888. The main street was the old Baltimore Road from the Monocacy River to Baltimore. Early residents of Loudoun County, VA, brought produce to market and boosted the local economy. Early residents include Zachariah Knott, John Plummer and Captain James Gleeson. The authors also include residences and buildings of the town, with pictures and descriptions of each. Among these are included: Grove Hotel and tavern, the Leonard Hays house, the site of James Barnes’ cabin, the William T. Hilton house, St. Mary’s Catholic Church, the site of Barnesville Methodist Episcopal Church and Cemetery, the Hays Family Cemetery, Daybreak Farm, the site of Hays School, the Baptist Church, Christ Episcopal Church and many others. The area which became Sellman was previously a farming community of rolling countryside with limited access. In 1838, the area was opened up by way of the road to Monocacy Chapel (as Beallsville was then known). Some of the early residents include William Darne, Dr. Samuel Newton Chiswell White, William Poole, William T. Hilton, Dr. Horatio Wilson and Abraham S. Hayes. Residences and buildings of Sellman are also covered, with descriptions and pictures, including: the site of Irving Thomas-Dorian P. Darne Mill, the telegraph office, Barnesville Station, Mt. Zion parsonage, Sellman School, Mt. Zion Wesleyan Methodist Church and Cemetery, the post office and store, the site of the Canning factory, Knott Farm, and many others. More than 100 historic pictures, some as old as 1862, highlight the book. Also included are maps of both Barnesville and Sellman, a bibliography and a fullname index.
C1180 
Price: 23.50 USD

 
 
Monocacy Cemetery, Beallsville, Maryland, Elizabeth Frain


7 Monocacy Cemetery, Beallsville, Maryland
Elizabeth Frain
1997, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 337 pp, Heritage Books
A cemetery since pre-Revolutionary times, a typical entry includes information from tombstones, internment books, burial permits and card files kept by the cemetery.
F0022 
Price: 30.00 USD

 

 

8 Revolutionary Patriots of Montgomery County, Maryland, 1776-1783
Henry C. Peden Jr
(1996), 2001, 5˝x8˝, paper, alphabetical, 371 pp, Heritage Books
This book is a research tool for locating the men and women of Montgomery County who served in the military, rendered material aid to the army or navy, took the Oath of Allegiance and Fidelity, served in an office or on a committee at the town, county or state level, or in some way contributed and supported the fight for freedom during the Revolutionary War. The author used many primary and secondary sources and most of the approx. 5,000 persons named herein also have genealogical data included with their respective entries.
P0338 
Price: 31.50 USD

 
 
Montgomery County, Maryland Marriage Licenses, 1798-1898, Janet D. Manuel


9 Montgomery County, Maryland Marriage Licenses, 1798-1898
Janet D. Manuel
(1987), 2007, 5˝x8˝, paper, alphabetical, 360 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
Arranged alphabetically by bride and groom.
M0489 
Price: 30.00 USD

 
Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel , Maryland, January 1, 1888 - December 30, 1892, John D. Bowman


10 Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel , Maryland, January 1, 1888 - December 30, 1892
John D. Bowman
2006, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 278 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
The Montgomery County Sentinel was first published as a weekly newspaper in 1855 by Matthew Fields and has been continuously published, with brief interruptions, until the present. The early focus of the paper was on advertising and politics, with relatively little space devoted to local news. News articles were usually brief and to the point without elaboration. On two occasions, once before and once during the Civil War, the paper suffered brief interruptions while Matthew Fields, a Southern sympathizer, was held by Union military forces. Following the war, publication was continued by Mr. Fields or his family until it was sold in 1932. This volume is a compilation of selected Montgomery County Sentinel extracts, taken as before from available microfilm records, which extends the time covered in the previous work. Marriages, deaths, civil appointments, voters, jurors, road notices, significant events—these records are a goldmine of names and dates, with the added benefit of an index to names, places, and subjects. This book is a valuable resource for anyone researching the Montgomery County area. Is your missing relative hiding in these pages?
B4099 
Price: 32.50 USD

 
 

 

11 Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland, January 1, 1856 - December 31, 1875
John D. Bowman
2005, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 244 pp, paperback, Heritage Books
The Montgomery County Sentinel was first published as a weekly newspaper in 1855 by Matthew Fields and has been continuously published, with brief interruptions until the present. The early focus of the paper was on advertising and politics, with relatively little space devoted to local news. News articles were usually brief and to the point without elaboration. On two occasions, once before and once during the Civil War, the paper suffered brief interruptions while Matthew Fields, a Southern sympathizer, was held by Union military forces. Following the war, publication was continued by Mr. Fields or his family until it was sold in 1932. This compilation of selected Montgomery County Sentinel extracts is taken from available microfilm records. Marriages, deaths, lists of undelivered letters, civil appointments, voters, jurors, road notices, significant events-these records are a goldmine of names and dates, with the added benefit of an index to names, places, and subjects. Unfortunately, many weekly issues are missing and some existing copies are illegible due to damage. Two-thirds of the issues for the years 1860 through 1865 are missing, and there are no issues for the years 1867, 1869, and 1870, with only one issue in the year 1868 and three in 1871. This book is a valuable resource for anyone researching the Montgomery County area. Is your missing relative hiding in these pages?
B3181 
Price: 28.00 USD

 

 

12 Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland, January 1, 1876 - December 31, 1881
John D. Bowman
2005, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 260 pp, paperback, Heritage Books
The Montgomery County Sentinel was first published as a weekly newspaper in 1855 by Matthew Fields and has been continuously published, with brief interruptions, until the present. The early focus of the paper was on advertising and politics, with relatively little space devoted to local news. News articles were usually brief and to the point without elaboration. On two occasions, once before and once during the Civil War, the paper suffered brief interruptions while Matthew Fields, a Southern sympathizer, was held by Union military forces. Following the war, publication was continued by Mr. Fields or his family until it was sold in 1932. This compilation of selected Montgomery County Sentinel extracts is taken from available microfilm records. Marriages, deaths, lists of undelivered letters, civil appointments, voters, jurors, road notices, significant events-these records are a gold mine of names and dates, with the added benefit of an index to names, places, and subjects. This book is a valuable resource for anyone researching the Montgomery County area. Is your missing relative hiding in these pages?
B3281 
Price: 27.50 USD

 
 
Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland, January 1, 1882 - December 31, 1887, John D. Bowman


13 Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland, January 1, 1882 - December 31, 1887
John D. Bowman
2005, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 274 pp, paperback, Heritage Books
The Montgomery County Sentinel was first published as a weekly newspaper in 1855 by Matthew Fields and has been continuously published, with brief interruptions, until the present. The early focus of the paper was on advertising and politics, with relatively little space devoted to local news. News articles were usually brief and to the point without elaboration. On two occasions, once before and once during the Civil War, the paper suffered brief interruptions while Matthew Fields, a Southern sympathizer, was held by Union military forces. Following the war, publication was continued by Mr. Fields or his family until it was sold in 1932. This volume is a compilation of selected Montgomery County Sentinel extracts, taken as before from available microfilm records, which extends the time covered in the previous work. Marriages, deaths, civil appointments, voters, jurors, road notices, significant events-these records are a goldmine of names and dates, with the added benefit of an index to names, places, and subjects. This book is a valuable resource for anyone researching the Montgomery County area. Is your missing relative hiding in these pages?
B3598 
Price: 29.00 USD

 
Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland, January 1, 1893 - December 31, 1896, John D. Bowman


14 Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland, January 1, 1893 - December 31, 1896
John D. Bowman
2007, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 298 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
The Montgomery County Sentinel was first published as a weekly newspaper in 1855 by Matthew Fields and has been continuously published, with brief interruptions, until the present. The early focus of the paper was on advertising and politics, with relatively little space devoted to local news. News articles were usually brief and to the point without elaboration. On two occasions, once before and once during the Civil War, the paper suffered brief interruptions while Matthew Fields, a Southern sympathizer, was held by Union military forces. Following the war, publication was continued by Mr. Fields or his family until it was sold in 1932. This volume is a compilation of selected Montgomery County Sentinel extracts, taken as before from available microfilm records, which extends the time covered in the previous work. Marriages, deaths, civil appointments, voters, jurors, significant events—these records are a goldmine of names and dates, with the added benefit of an index to names, places, and subjects. This book is a valuable resource for anyone researching the Montgomery County area. Is your missing relative hiding in these pages?
B4329 
Price: 32.50 USD

 
 
Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland, January 1, 1897 - December 31, 1901, John D. Bowman


15 Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland, January 1, 1897 - December 31, 1901
John D. Bowman
2007, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 316 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
The Montgomery County Sentinel was first published as a weekly newspaper in 1855 by Matthew Fields and has been continuously published, with brief interruptions, until the present. The early focus of the paper was on advertising and politics, with relatively little space devoted to local news. News articles were usually brief and to the point without elaboration. On two occasions, once before and once during the Civil War, the paper suffered brief interruptions while Matthew Fields, a Southern sympathizer, was held by Union military forces. Following the war, publication was continued by Mr. Fields or his family until it was sold in 1932. This volume is a compilation of selected Montgomery County Sentinel extracts, taken as before from available microfilm records, which extends the time covered in the previous work. Marriages, deaths, civil appointments, voters, jurors, significant events—these records are a goldmine of names and dates, with the added benefit of an index to names, places, and subjects. This book is a valuable resource for anyone researching the Montgomery County area. Is your missing relative hiding in these pages?
B4393 
Price: 29.00 USD

 
Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland, January 1, 1902 - December 31, 1904, John D. Bowman


16 Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland, January 1, 1902 - December 31, 1904
John D. Bowman
2008, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 258 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
The Montgomery County Sentinel was first published as a weekly newspaper in 1855 by Matthew Fields and has been continuously published, with brief interruptions, until the present. The early focus of the paper was on advertising and politics, with relatively little space devoted to local news. News articles were usually brief and to the point without elaboration. On two occasions, once before and once during the Civil War, the paper suffered brief interruptions while Matthew Fields, a Southern sympathizer, was held by Union military forces. Following the war, publication was continued by Mr. Fields or his family until it was sold in 1932. This volume is a compilation of selected Montgomery County Sentinel extracts, taken as before from available microfilm records, which extends the time covered in the previous work. Marriages, deaths, civil appointments, voters, jurors, significant events-these records are a goldmine of names and dates, with the added benefit of an index to names, places, and subjects. This book is a valuable resource for anyone researching the Montgomery County area. Is your missing relative hiding in these pages?
B4763 
Price: 26.00 USD

 
 
Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland, January 1, 1905 - December 31, 1908, John D. Bowman


17 Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland, January 1, 1905 - December 31, 1908
John D. Bowman
2009, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 258 pp, Heritage Books, Inc

B5011 
Price: 26.00 USD

 
Abstracts of Marriages and Deaths ... in the Newspapers of Frederick and Montgomery Counties, Maryland, 1831-1840, Larry Tilden Moore


18 Abstracts of Marriages and Deaths ... in the Newspapers of Frederick and Montgomery Counties, Maryland, 1831-1840
Larry Tilden Moore
(1991), 2008, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 438 pp, Heritage Books
Covers marriages and deaths, and other subjects reported in eight local newspapers, including accidents, fires, court business, elections, official appointments, and crimes and punishments.
M0478 
Price: 34.00 USD

 
 
Abstracts of Wills Montgomery County, Maryland, 1826-1875, Mary Gordon Malloy, Jane C. Sween and Janet D. Manuel


19 Abstracts of Wills Montgomery County, Maryland, 1826-1875
Mary Gordon Malloy, Jane C. Sween and Janet D. Manuel
(1986), 2007, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 240 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
This volume contains 790 wills, and over 6,000 names.
M0096 
Price: 20.00 USD

 
Abstracts of Wills, Montgomery County, Maryland, 1776-1825, Mary Gordon Malloy, Jane Sween and Janet D. Manuel


20 Abstracts of Wills, Montgomery County, Maryland, 1776-1825
Mary Gordon Malloy, Jane Sween and Janet D. Manuel
(1977), 2007, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 202 pp, Heritage Books
The 695 wills in this volume deal with over 5,000 persons
M0139 
Price: 20.50 USD

 
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