History Of Frederick County Maryland

Author: Thomas John Chew Williams
Editor: Genealogical Publishing Com
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Containing Article 11 Frederick County To Article 24 Worcester County

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History And Development Of Holstein Cattle In Frederick County Maryland 1922 1964

Author: John Homer Remsberg
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Pioneers Of Old Monocacy

Author: Grace L. Tracey
Editor: Genealogical Publishing Com
ISBN: 0806311835
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This is a definitive account of the land and the people of Old Monocacy in early Frederick County, Maryland. The outgrowth of a project begun by Grace L. Tracey and completed by John P. Dern, it presents a detailed account of landholdings in that part of western Maryland that eventually became Frederick County. At the same time it provides a history of the inhabitants of the area, from the early traders and explorers to the farsighted investors and speculators, from the original Quaker settlers to the Germans of central Frederick County.In essence, the book has a dual focus. First it attempts to locate and describe the land of the early settlers. This is done by means of a superb series of plat maps, drawn to scale from original surveys and based both on certificates of survey and patents. These show, in precise configurations, the exact locations of the various grants and lots, the names of owners and occupiers, the dates of surveys and patents, and the names of contiguous land owners. Second, it identifies the early settlers and inhabitants of the area, carefully following them through deeds, wills, and inventories, judgment records, and rent rolls.Finally, in meticulously compiled appendices it provides a chronological list of surveys between 1721 and 1743; an alphabetical list of surveys, giving dates, page reference--text and maps--and patent references; a list of taxables for 1733-34; and a list of the early German settlers of Frederick County, showing their religion, their location, dates of arrival, and their earliest records in the county.Winner of the 1988 Donald Lines Jacobus Award!

Names In Stone

Author: Jacob Mehrling Holdcraft
Editor: Genealogical Publishing Com
ISBN: 0806311150
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Frederick County Maryland Church And Cemetery Records Pastoral Records Of The Evangelical Reformed United Church Of Christ Frederick Frederick County Maryland 1746 1999 As Records Are Available

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Georg E Zimmerman And Descendants Of Frederick County Maryland 1714 1987

Author: Margaret E. Myers
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Andreas (Andrew) Zimmerman married Anna Elisabeth Frëyburger (widow of Andreas Frëyburger) in 1703, and they had at least nine children. They immigrated in 1727 from Germany (via Rotterdam and England) to Philadelphia, and settled at Goshenhoppen in what is now Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Their seventh child was Johann Georg Zimmerman (1714-1795), who anglicized his name to George Zimmerman. He married Anna Catharina Seidel in 1742, and assisted with the Revolutionary War. They moved to Frederick County, Maryland. Descendants and relatives lived in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Washington, D.C., Virginia, West Virginia and elsewhere.

Frederick County Maryland Church And Cemetery Records Marriages Recorded By The Pastors Of The Evangelical Reformed United Church Of Christ Frederick Frederick County Maryland 1756 1999

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Frederick County Maryland Church And Cemetery Records

Author: Patricia A. Fogle
Editor: Willow Bend Books
ISBN: 9780788453779
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Grace Reformed Church was organized on March 6, 1898 with forty-six charter members. In 1901 the congregation purchased the current location, the cornerstone was laid in 1902, and the first service was held in October 1903. Financially, the church started with nothing but faith in God and a few loyal members. Since 1902, Grace Reformed Church has been entirely self-supporting. A brief history of Grace Reformed United Church of Christ, a list of ministers (1898-2010), a list of organists, and a list of choir directors precede the records. Records are grouped by Members, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths. Member entries include full name, date and how the person was received into membership. Baptism entries include the date of baptism, the full name of the child, names of parents (as available), and the date of birth. Marriage entries include the date of marriage, the full name of the groom, and the full name of the bride. Entries are listed chronologically. Death entries include the full name of the deceased, age, the date of death, and the place of burial (as available). A full-name index adds to the value of this work.

Genealogical Index To Frederick County Maryland

Author: John Stanwood Martin
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Records Of Marriages And Burials In The Monocacy Church In Frederick County Maryland And In The Evangelical Lutheran Congregation In The City Of Frederick Maryland 1743 1811

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Monocacy began its Lutheran register in 1743; by 1748 the Evangelical congregation in Frederick had assumed keeping the churchbook. The Reformed congregation in Frederick did not begin a churchbook until about 1752. The Monocacy congregations ceased to function by the 1760s.

Frederick County

Author: The Historical Society of Frederick County
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Frederick County is the crossroads of American history. Established in 1748, Maryland's largest county boasts some of the major building blocks of our country: the National Road, the C&O Canal, and the B&O Railroad. The images in this volume illustrate the lives of everyday people, from the daily chores on a rural farm to the urbane pastimes of Frederick residents. The camera's lens provides a unique opportunity to look back in time and view a devastating fire in Braddock Heights, see Confederate troops marching to battle through Frederick, and witness the inaugural run of the Frederick & Middletown Railway. Included are places and events that make Frederick County's history distinct yet truly all-American.

Frederick County Maryland Registered Historic Places

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 188. Not illustrated. Chapters: Catoctin Furnace, Schifferstadt (Frederick, Maryland), Point of Rocks, St. Joseph's College and Mother Seton Shrine, Frederick Historic District, Camp Greentop Historic District, Mount Airy Historic District (Mount Airy, Maryland), Airview Historic District, Hopewell (Union Bridge, Maryland), Emmitsburg Historic District, Mckinstry's Mills Historic District, Stancioff House, George Markell Farmstead, Harris Farm (Walkersville, Maryland), St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Point of Rocks, Maryland, Camp Misty Mount Historic District, Routzahn-Miller Farmstead, Middletown Historic District (Middletown, Maryland), New Market Historic District (New Market, Maryland), Peter of P. Grossnickel Farm, Burkittsville Historic District, Hessian Barracks, Linganore Farm, Drummine Farm, Brunswick Historic District, Nallin Farm House, Graceham Moravian Church and Parsonage, Highland Lodge, Gambrill House, Daniel Sheffer Farm, Kitterman-Buckey Farm, Amelung House and Glassworks, Linden Grove (Frederick, Maryland), Loats Female Orphan Asylum of Frederick City, Rose Hill Manor, Abraham Jones House, Roddy Road Covered Bridge, Prospect Hall, Poffenberger Road Bridge, Lewis Mill Complex, Victor Cullen Center, Old Administration Building, Arcadia, Rich Mountain (Frederick, Maryland), Buckingham House and Industrial School Complex, Edgewood (Frederick, Maryland), Victor Cullen School Power House, St. Euphemia's School and Sisters' House, Woods Mill Farm, Pearre-Metcalfe House, Bowlus Mill House, Woodsboro and Frederick Turnpike Company Tollhouse, James K.p. Wolfe House, John C. Motter House, Legore Bridge, Henry Nelson House, Nallin Farm Springhouse and Bank Barn, Bullfrog Road Bridge, George Widrick House, Utica Covered Bridge, Thomas Maynard House, Fat Oxen, Frederick Armory, Old Mill Road Bridge, George Willard House, John ...

Early Families Of Frederick County Maryland And Adams County Pennsylvania

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Family names: Ambrose, Boarman, Carbaugh, Dyer, Elder, Finch, Flohr, Gilland, Greene, Hagan, Kint, Klein, Kline (Cline), Livers, Shriner, Spalding, Wildasin.

Revolutionary Patriots Of Frederick County Maryland 1775 1783

Author: Henry C. Peden
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This volume is a research tool for identifying Marylanders from Frederick County, Maryland, who served in the military during the Revolutionary War, pledged their service, tendered material aid to the army, took the Oath of Fidelity, served in an office or on a committee at the town, county, or state levels, or otherwise contributed in some way to support the freedom of the American colonies from the rule of Great Britain. A wealth of names and information have been taken from many primary and secondary sources.

Frederick County Maryland Church And Cemetery Records Pastoral Records Of The Jefferson And Feagaville Lutheran Parish Churches Frederick County Maryland 1850 1998

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Frederick Md

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Rare Threatened And Endangered Species Of Frederick County Maryland

Author: Lisa T. Reed
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The artwork presented in this book was hand drawn in ink on backgrounds of torn, collaged, paper maps. The maps, taken from a Collegiate World Atlas published by Rand McNally in 1964, are of the United States and the world. They are torn and collaged to illustrate that the colorful lines, shapes, and numbers that name, divide, locate, and demarcate the land are an illusion of ownership. The land does not belong to us. The collaged maps also symbolize the idea that some species have been forced out of Frederick County and into other regions and may be rare, threatened, and endangered across the United States and the world.Information for this project was sourced from the List of Rare, Threatened, and Endangered Species of Frederick County, July 2019 by The Maryland Department of Natural Resources, The Maryland Wildlife and Heritage Service, and The Natural Heritage Program. Each species is identified by common name, scientific name, state rank, and state status.The Piscataway people include both the Maryland State Recognized Piscataway Conoy Tribe and the Piscataway Indian Nation. Piscataway ancestral lands extend on most of the Western Shore of Maryland from Virginia to the Chesapeake Bay and north to Frederick including present day Washington, DC.All proceeds from the sale of this book go to the Piscataway Conoy Tribal College and University Scholarship Fund.

I 70n Frederick County

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City Of Frederick Md

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Committee Serial No. 7. Considers legislation to reimburse the city of Frederick, Md., for money paid to Confederate forces during the Civil War to prevent the destruction of the city.