2 edition of Griffith of colonial Maryland found in the catalog.
Griffith of colonial Maryland
George R. Griffiths
by G.R. Griffiths in Chandler, AZ (2555 N. Price Rd., Chandler 85224-1691)
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by George R. Griffiths.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.G853 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||95128692|
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Maryland Records: Colonial, Revolutionary, County and Church from Original Sources. Vol. [Griffith] Griffith, R.R.
Genealogy of the Griffith Family: FHL Book Mmw. [Meriwether] Griffith, William Ridgeley. The Record of Nicholas Meriwether, of Wales, and Descendants in Virginia and Maryland. "Our Maryland Heritage Book 33 - The Griffith Families of Maryland." Wiliam Neal Hurley, Jr.; Heritage Books, Inc.; Being principally the descendants of William Griffith, Died c.
Through More Than Years and Twelve Generatios, In Male and Female Lines, Primarily Montgomery & Frederick Counties MD but including Numerous Reference.
Ancestral colonial families: genealogy of the Welsh and Hyatt families of Maryland and their kin: giving the colonial generations of the Howard, Hammond, Maccubbin, Griffith, Greenberry, Dorsey, Van Sweringen, Baldwin, Gaither, Warfield and Duvall families.
Independence, Mo.: Lambert Moon Print. Description. Many of the early settlers came from the West Midlands in England, although the Maryland families were composed of a variety of European nationalities, e.g.
French, Irish, Welsh, Scottish, Swedish, in addition to English. Maryland was uniquely created as a colony for Catholic aristocracy and gentry, but Anglicanism eventually came to dominate, partly through. Biography of George de Boketon Greene Who's Who in Finance, Banking and Insurance, (Source: Google Books) Griffith Family (Source: The Jarvis Family & Other Relatives) Colonial Families of Maryland II includes Haddin (Source: Genealogical Publishing Company and Clearfield Company) ($) Genealogy at includes Hall.
Information about ships can also be gleaned from colonial county court order books, headright grants, and English State Papers Colonial, American and West Indies.
Many ships that sailed from Bristol, England to Maryland are described in: Bristol, Africa and the Eighteenth-Century Slave Trade to America (4 vols.) FHL British Books Henry Griffith, the second son of Orlando Griffith, was a gentleman of substantial wealth. Like his father and grandfather, he was a prominent Maryland Planter.
He was also a tobacco Inspector and a Vestryman in Queen Anne Parish, a commissioner at formation of Montgomery Co. and a Member of the Colonial Assembly. Sources  Genealogy of the Griffith Family: the desendants of William and Sarah MacCubbin Griffith by R. Griffith, page 26 (Balitmore, Maryland: W.
Boyle & Son,pages)(Reliability: 3).  Ancestral Colonial Families by by Luther W. Welsh, page 61 (Independence, Missouri: Lambert Moon Print Company,pages)).
For this book genealogist Robert Barnes traces the fortunes of more than Maryland debtors. His findings will interest genealogists and historians alike.
The main purpose of this work is to chronicle and categorize the life experiences of persons who entered Maryland as indentured servants or, to a lesser extent, as convicts forcibly. Griffith was packing a trunk when “Griffith entered the room and pulled his revolver,” the Los Angeles Times said.
“He pointed it at Mrs. Griffith and said, ‘Get your prayer book and kneel. William Griffith (Anne Arundel Co., ) Richard Hall (Calvert Co., ) Elias Harding (Frederick Co., ) James Harlan (Frederick Co., ) * These people are no longer qualifying ancestors since the requirement was changed to be in Maryland.
Maryland has nearly 3 million acres (l.2 million hectares) of forest land. Annapolis, with its well-preserved Colonial architecture and 18th-century waterfront, is the capital; it is also the site of the U.S.
Naval Academy. Baltimore, with a large percentage of. - Walter Griffith made inventory of estate of Mark Lyndsey, Gloucester County: New Jersey Colonial Documents, Calendar of Willsp.
- Walter Griffeth mentioned in will of Joseph Richardson, Gloucester County, 27 May New Jersey Colonial Documents, Calendar of Willsp. Our Maryland Heritage, Book The Griffith Families - William Neal Hurley, Jr. According to an article in the Baltimore Sun of Febru 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 pro.
APA citation style: Griffith, D., Thackara, J. & Vallance, J. () Map of the State of Maryland laid down from an actual survey of all the principal waters, public roads, and divisions of the counties therein; describing the situation of the cities, towns, villages, houses of worship and other public buildings, furnaces, forges, mills, and other remarkable places; and of the Federal.
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Our guests praise the clean rooms and the overall value in our reviews. Popular attractions Colonial Williamsburg and Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center are located nearby. Discover genuine guest reviews for /5(). In his original book Dr. Phillips identified 5, “servants” without indentures, transported against their will.
He culled that evidence from the Court Order Books of colonial Maryland and Virginia, where the county courts were authorized to examine the children, adjudge their ages, and sentence them to slavery for a number of years.
This collection consists of Virginia will records extracted from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, the William and Mary College Quarterly, and Tyler's Quarterly. The collection is organized by county, and includes a detailed table of contents at the beginning of the book, as well as a name index at the back of the book.
Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 1 - Robert W. Barnes and F. Edward Wright. Using a wide range of sources (land, church, criminal, bonds, indentures, chancery, probate, chattel, naturalizations, and many others) the authors have reconstructed many family lineages (primarily from Kent Co.
in this first volume) for the period 6 cialive hearts, and generous impulses, and open purses, waiting to hail with joy the advent of the book, but he also will find some non-appreciative ones, who willentertain the idea that a book the sales of which willnever reach copies, may be sold as cheap as a spelling-book which will be sought by a million purchasers.
The author of this book is now in his 79th year, and he.G. W. Dorsey was born to Samuel Owings Dorsey and Mary Riggs Griffith on Apa descendant of Edward Dorsey of colonial Maryland. He had three sisters and a brother. He married Maggie Owens. Civil War. He enlisted on .