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Our Maryland Heritage, Book 34 : The Hawkins Families

By: William Neal Hurley, Jr.

Price: $19.50

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: H2095


This volume, the thirty-fourth in a series of Maryland families, concentrates on one branch of the Hawkins family descended from Henry Hawkins, who owned various tracts of land in both Charles and Prince George’s Counties. This book covers more than 300 years and twelve generations in both the male and female lines located primarily in Montgomery and Frederick Counties with numerous references to family in other counties and states. Data was compiled from census record... View more info

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Our Maryland Heritage, Book 35: Benson Families

By: William Neal Hurley, Jr.

Price: $16.00

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: H2111


Mr. Hurley’s Our Maryland Heritage series continues with this book, which investigates the Benson family. It begins with a brief description of the Benson grants of arms in England; moves to the earliest colonial records, which feature indentured Bensons; and then reveals early records of Bensons in various Maryland counties. The meat of this book, however, is its focus on families from Montgomery County, even though it also includes family members found in other parts... View more info

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Our Maryland Heritage, Book 39: Harding Families

By: William Neal Hurley, Jr.

Price: $22.00

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: H2239


Mr. Hurley’s Our Maryland Heritage series continues with this book, which investigates the Harding families, primarily of Montgomery County, but also includes family members found in other Maryland counties and elsewhere. This study began with the goal of providing information about the Harding families generally found in Montgomery County, as listed in the various census returns from 1850 to 1900, and expanded to include information from a number of other sources. Ind... View more info

Our Maryland Heritage, Book 29: Selby Families

By: William Neal Hurley, Jr.

Price: $16.50

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: H1913


"The Selby name is an ancient one," begins book twenty-nine by William Hurley, the prolific author and researcher who once again explores the origins of another Maryland family. After a brief review of early English connections he begins his familiar trek through the resources of the Montgomery County Historical Society and others to locate the familial threads that connect living Selbys to early immigrants and settlers. Beginning with William Selby, an indenture... View more info

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Our Maryland Heritage, Book 43: Hilton Families

By: William Neal Hurley, Jr.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: H2357


Mr. Hurley's Our Maryland Heritage series continues with this book, which investigates the Hilton families, primarily of Montgomery County, but also includes family members found in other Maryland counties and elsewhere. This study began with the goal of providing information about the Hilton families generally found in Montgomery County and expanded to include information from a number of other sources. The data contained in this report has been prepared from informatio... View more info

CD: Our Maryland Heritage, Book 16: White Families

By: William Neal Hurley, Jr.

Price: $21.00

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: CD2138


This work is sixteenth in a series about Maryland families. The author, already well known for his works on the Brandenburg, Browning, Burdette, Fry, Fulks, Hines, Hurley, King, Lewis, Lowder, Maddox, Miles, Niekirk, Perry, Pratt, Purdum, Soper, Stottlemyer, Walker, Warfield and Watkins families, now turns his attention to the White families. Following the custom of the earlier works in this series, the book begins with a look at the early history of the Maryland Colony ... View more info

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Our Maryland Heritage, Book 27: The Rabbitt Families of Maryland

By: William Neal Hurley, Jr.

Price: $16.50

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: H1857


William Hurley continues to excavate quality research materials for those readers interested in their family origins in this volume devoted to the progeny of the Rabbitt name. Though he found that the Rabbitt clan was not as large as the subjects of his prior volumes, they intermarried with many of the oldest families in Montgomery County, the result being the inclusion of numerous surnames like Welsh, Carroll, Thrift, Waters, Baker, Thompson, Boswell, and Kemp into the ... View more info

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Our Maryland Heritage, Book 42: Cashell and Plummer Families

By: William Neal Hurley, Jr.

Price: $20.50

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: H2497


Mr. Hurley's Our Maryland Heritage series continues with this book, which investigates the Cashell and Plummer families together, in that they were intermarried more than one hundred years ago, and share common ancestries and descendants in some of their lineage. This study began with the goal of providing information about the families generally found in Montgomery County, as listed in the various census returns from 1850 to 1900, and expanded it to include information ... View more info

Our Maryland Heritage, Book 13: The Miles Family

By: William Neal Hurley, Jr.

Price: $29.50

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc:

Seller ID: H1146


This work, the thirteenth in a series of books about Maryland families, investigates the Miles families of Montgomery, Prince George's, Howard, and Frederick Counties, and includes members of the family found in other regions of Maryland and abroad. Following the custom of the earlier works in this series, the book begins with a look at the early history of the Maryland Colony and the formation of the counties, after which it discusses the earliest records of Mileses in ... View more info

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Our Maryland Heritage, Book 15: The Warfield Families

By: William Neal Hurley, Jr.

Price: $21.50

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc:

Seller ID: H1211


This work is fifteenth in a series about Maryland families. The author now turns his attention to the Warfield families. Those Warfields covered in this text are primarily of Montgomery and Frederick Counties, but information is included on numerous family members with origins in Anne Arundel County, elsewhere within the state and abroad. The progenitor of the Warfield line in Maryland is identified as Londoner Richard Warfield (b.1646), an indentured servant who arrived... View more info

Our Maryland Heritage, Book 19: The Bowman and Gue Families

By: William Neal Hurley, Jr.

Price: $19.50

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc:

Seller ID: H1604


This volume, nineteenth in a series about Maryland families, is devoted to the descendants of George Bowman and Elizabeth Gue through more than 200 years, and ten generations, in male and female lines. The book opens with some of the earliest records of the Bowman family found in Maryland references, followed by genealogical sketches of individual Bowmans, including George (c.1759-), Rezin I. (c.1780-1842), Allen (1783-1866), Aden (1787-1869) Jacob (1744-1821), and Ameli... View more info

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Our Maryland Heritage, Book 5: The King Families

By: William Neal Hurley, Jr.

Price: $38.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc:

Seller ID: H0716


Primarily a study of the Montgomery county descendants of John Duckett King (1778-1858), but it includes references to numerous other Maryland King family members. The earliest King families lived primarily in the Broad Creek area of Prince George’s County in the 1700s. View more info

Our Maryland Heritage, Book 2: The Walker Families

By: William Neal Hurley, Jr.

Price: $20.50

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc:

Seller ID: H0683


This work is the second in a series of books about Maryland families. The author, already known for his works on the Fry, Hines, Hurley, Lowder, Maddox, Niekirk and Pratt families, now turns his attention to the Walker families, members of which appear in Virginia records as early as 1624, and in Maryland records as early as the mid 1600s. By 1790, the first census of the United States reports as many as 72 Maryland households headed by Walkers. Beginning with a chapter ... View more info

Our Maryland Heritage, Book 25: Ricketts Families, Primarily of Montgomery & Frederick Counties

By: William Neal Hurley, Jr.

Price: $21.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc:

Seller ID: H1754


Most of the individuals recorded are presumed to descend from Thomas Ricketts, Jr. (born c.1685 in Anne Arundel Co.) Chapters are also included on the descendants of Jeremiah and Verlinda, through whom the Ricketts are connected to the Trail families of Montgomery County. View more info

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Our Maryland Heritage, Book 31: Hays and Gott Families

By: William Neal Hurley, Jr.

Price: $18.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc:

Seller ID: H2033


Mr. Hurley’s Our Maryland Heritage Series continues with this book, which investigates the Hays and Gott Families, being principally the descendants of Thomas Hays (1678) and the descendants of Richard Gott, the immigrant who died in 1661. Both of the families descendants are primarily from Montgomery and Frederick Counties in Maryland, but they also include numerous references to the family found in other counties of Maryland and other states. The Hays family section ... View more info

Our Maryland Heritage, Book 33: Griffith Family

By: William Neal Hurley, Jr.

Price: $28.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc:

Seller ID: H2073


According to an article in the Baltimore Sun of February 12, 1905 titled “Maryland Heraldry,” “the Griffith family contributed more soldiers to the War of the American Revolution than any other family in the state.” While Griffith is a proud name throughout the state of Maryland, this volume, the thirty-third in a series of Maryland families, concentrates on one branch of the family descended from William Griffith of Wales and Sarah Maccubbin Griffith. This book ... View more info

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Our Maryland Heritage, Book 4: The Watkins Families

By: William Neal Hurley, Jr.

Price: $26.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc:

Seller ID: H0752


This work, the fourth in a series of books about Maryland families, is primarily an account of the ancestors and descendants of Jeremiah Watkins. The Watkins families' prevalence in Montgomery County, Maryland, is illustrated by the fact that an 1879 atlas of the Washington area, which includes Montgomery County, lists no less than sixteen Watkins families. The book opens with an introduction to the early Watkins families, primarily of Anne Arundel County, Maryland, with... View more info

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Our Maryland Heritage, Book 38: Shaw Families

By: William Neal Hurley, Jr.

Price: $17.50

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc:

Seller ID: H2188


This study began with the goal of providing information about the Shaw families generally found in Montgomery County, as listed in the various census returns from 1850 to 1900, and expanded to include information from a number of other sources. The Shaw family has been in Maryland since the early days of the colony. They participated in the Revolution, and members of the family have served in many capacities, contributing to the growth of the state and nation. In his se... View more info

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The Self-Reconstruction of Maryland, 1864-1867

By: William Starr Myers

Price: $17.00

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: M2283


The author has "endeavored to show the method by which Maryland entered upon a process of self-reconstruction during the years 1864 to 1867, and the relation of this movement to national politics." This historical monograph begins with the narrow victory which the State had in the 1864 vote for the pro-Union state constitution, which included abolishing slavery and making radical changes in the government (the pro-Unionists won by only 375 votes out of nearly 60,... View more info