These two volumes published in 1915 contain a variety of colonial and revolutionary records of Marlyland.
Preface from volume II: There are some minds which delight in probing beneath the surface and in exploring neglected by-paths in search of hidden treasures.
In these two volumes of Maryland Records the author, G. M. Brumbaugh, has culled from a mass of material and original sources.
The contents of this work are remarkably interesting and valuable in every respect; particularly, from the genealogical view-point.
Maryland Records Colonial Revolutionary County and Church by G. M. Brumbaugh published 1915
- Volume I [ digital copy ] [ limited search – full text copy ]
- Volume II [ digital copy ] [ limited search – full text copy ]
Table of Contents
- Provincial Census of August 31, 1776, Prince George’s County: St. John’s and Prince George’s Parishes
- Marriage Licenses Issued at Upper Marlborough, Prince George’s County, 1777- 1800
- Two Muster Rolls, Militia Prince George’s County, French War, 1799, giving Dates of Birth of Soldiers
- Provincial Census of 1776, Frederick County
- Earliest Records of Marriages and Births of All Saints’ Parish, Frederick, Md. (1727-1781)
- Tombstone Inscriptions from the Old Cemetery of All Saints’ Parish, Frederick, Md. (complete)
- Poll List of Presidential Election, November 1796, Frederick County, Md.
- Constable’s Census of Charles County, 1775-1778
- Marriage Licenses of St. Mary’s County, 1794-1864 (7533 Persons)
- Provincial Census of 1776, Anne Arundel County
- State of His Lordship’s Manor, 1766-1768 (Kent County, Anne Arundel County, Charles County, Calverton Manor,Pangaiah Manor,Zachaiah Manor, Dorchester County, Nanticoke Manor, Gunpowder Manor, Frederick County, Conegocheague Manor, Monocacy Manor, St. Mary’s County, Beaverd, Chaptico Manor, Mill Manor, Snow Hill Manor, West St. Mary’s Manor, Woolsey Manor)
- Census of 1776 (Caroline County, Dorchester County, Harford County, Queen Ann’s County)
- Oaths of Fidelity and Support (Harford County, Prince George’s County)
- Early Maryland Naturalizations
- Revolutionary War Pensions, Kilty’s Laws, Some Original Commissions, etc.