Surname index to Williams History of Washington Co., MD

biographical section, only pp. 119-121, 567-1328 by Bryan T. Winter

Publisher: B.T. Winter in San Rafael, CA (145 Meriam Dr., San Rafael 94903)

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  • Washington County (Md.),
  • Hagerstown (Md.)
  • Subjects:

    • Williams, Thomas J. C. -- Indexes.,
    • Washington County (Md.) -- History -- Indexes.,
    • Washington County (Md.) -- Biography -- Indexes.,
    • Hagerstown (Md.) -- History -- Indexes.
    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled by Bryan T. Winter.
      ContributionsWilliams, Thomas J. C.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF187.W3 W738 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination22 p. ;
      Number of Pages22
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2480177M
      LC Control Number87400235

William Paca (Octo – Octo ) was a signatory to the United States Declaration of Independence from Maryland, a delegate to the First Continental Congress and the Second Continental Congress from Maryland, Governor of Maryland and a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of MarylandEducation: University of Pennsylvania (B.A., M.A.), . Peter Roderick 13 Oct Washington Co., MD - 17 Jun last edited 2 Jul Jane (Roderick) Sicker 31 Dec Franklin, Coshocton, Ohio, United States - 20 Oct managed by Leila Schutz last edited 14 Jun Surname List: Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties. Tips for getting started at the library: Most titles about New Jersey and specific towns are shelved in the call number range — “Snell’s” History of Sussex and Warren Counties (Snell, ), is a commonly used source. Surnames are indexed.

The World War Book: Being a Record of the War Activities of This Community [Richfield Springs, NY] and a Brief Personal History of Those Who Entered the Service of Their Country; Wileytown School, ; Queens County: Oltmans Lodge No. , F. & A. M., th Anniversary; Oltmans Lodge No. , F. & A. M., Roster and Bylaws. Baltimore, MD: Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Reprint of edition published by E. Waddey Co., Richmond, VA. From its formation in (O.S.) to the end of Reconstruction in ; compiled mainly from original records; with a brief sketch of the beginnings of Virginia, a summary of local events to , and a. William Washington in Maryland. We found + records for William Washington in Pikesville, Crofton and 56 other cities in Maryland. Select the best result to . Thomas Marshall II "carpenter" b. Hungers Parish, Northhampton Co., VA d. bef 1 May Washington parish, Westmoreland Co., Virginia (probated will date) 1m. Martha Sherwood Old Rappahanock Co., VA [Headley p. ] b. James City, VA d. 4 July King & Queen Co., Virginia (in the home of "her son-in-law" Thomas Camp).

1 John Chenoweth b: Abt. in CORNWALL d: Abt. May in Frederick Co., VA +Mary Calvert b: Decem in Pennsylvania? d: Bef. in Maryland Father: John Calvert Mother: Judith Stamper.. 2 John Chenoweth b: in Pennsylvania or New Jersey d: Ma in Frederick Co., VA +Mary Smith b: Bet. - in Baltimore Co., MD d: Aft. Marriage records for Washington County Maryland. GROOM: SURNAME: DAY: MONTH: YEAR: BRIDE: SURNAME: Henry: Ancony: Aug: Susanah: Jones: Jacob. American History And Genealogy Project - Frederick County, MD Frederick County, MD Genealogy Forum read and post messages about your ancestors for this county | Mid Maryland Roots research center of early court records, maps, cemetery inscriptions, news abstracts, research aids, photos.

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Williams, Thomas J. A history of Washington County, Maryland. — [Chambersburg, Pa.]: J.M. Runk & L.R. Titsworth, — 2 v.: ill., ports., plates.

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census which points to 90% percent of individuals with the Washington surname identifying as. VAN SWEARINGEN (THOMAS3 VAN SWEARINGEN, GARRETT2 VAN SWERINGEN, DAVID JANSE1 SWIERINGH) was born in Prince George's or Sommerset County, Maryland, and died Bet.

June 01 - in Hagerstown, "Washington County, Maryland" or Ringgold, Alexanderia County, Maryland. Jednosc-Polonia was a Polish language publication in Baltimore, MD.

This online index is taken from the book, Index to the Obituaries and Death Notices Appearing in the JEDNOSC-POLONIA:which was compiled by Thomas L. Hollowak, and published by the Polish Genealogical Society of America in This was the first county in the United States to be named for the Revolutionary War general (and later President of the United States) George Washington.

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The Washington family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Washington families were found in the USA in In there were 43 Washington families living in Virginia. This was about 19% of all the recorded Washington's in the USA.

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Washington County vital records can be found at the Maryland Office of Vital Records has copies of birth and death records from Augusthas marriage records from January and has divorce records from January, There is a fee for each copy requested.

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HOME ~ Area History ~ Bios ~ Cemetery ~ Census ~ Court ~ Family History ~ Land ~ Military ~ Newspapers ~ Obituaries ~ Vitals ~ Wills Also visit the Washington County MDGenWeb Project Washington County Archives Index. Bowie, Md., Almost no records have survived for those men who served in the county militia units.

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A24 Adams. See Mink, James, descendants of (). Mink, Allan R., Min A25 Adams. Williams is a Welsh name that means "son of William" and is the third most common surname in both the United States and the United Kingdom.

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