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Hardey family of Charles County and Piscataway, Maryland, and their Missouri descendants

Marion B. Arpee

Hardey family of Charles County and Piscataway, Maryland, and their Missouri descendants

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Published by M.B. Arpee in [Harlingen, Tex.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hardy family.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementcompiled by Marion B. Arpee, nee Hardey.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.H27 1980
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 166 leaves, [2] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages166
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3846759M
    LC Control Number81163689

    Bon(n)ifield-Bonifant: descendants on male lines from James Bonevant in Prince Georges County, Maryland in an updating of Descendants of Gregory Bonnifield () by Charles J. Maxwell, , Dallas, Texas, with the addition of the Bonifant lines. Grace 14 BARTON b. 26 Aug. 14 Charles Co., MD; d. 31 Aug. 14 Charles Co., MD 2. William 15 BARTON b. 29 June 15 Charles Co., MD; d. before when William had another son named William born 22 William BARTON and Mary had children: A child of William Barton (b. ca. ), unnamed in the record was born 25 Mar. Included is a total of Randolph County, Missouri family biographies (valuable for genealogy) including each of the following surnames: (well over other surnames are also mentioned throughout the book text and within these biographies): To view a sample family biography. Our part of the Daugherty migration to Kentucky was the second wave, descendants of Charles Daugherty and wife Rebecca in the s, ten years after his brother Michael Daugherty II's sons. After Charles was killed by Indians in Augusta Co., VA in , his widow and children remained there about ten years before some moved west into Kentucky.


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Hardey family of Charles County and Piscataway, Maryland, and their Missouri descendants by Marion B. Arpee Download PDF EPUB FB2

Solomon’s mother Ann Stimson was the daughter of Solomon Stimson and Elizabeth Finch. Much information about the Hardey family is found in a self-published work by Mrs.

Marion B. Arpee (nee Hardey) entitled The Hardey Family of Charles County and Piscataway, Maryland (and Their Missouri Descendants).

Marion B. Arpee (nee Hardey), The Hardey Family of Charles County and Piscataway, Maryland (and Their Missouri Descendants) (self published, ). Sister Mary Louise Donnelly, Arnold Livers Family in America (Burke, VA: self published, M.L. Donnelly, ).

William Boarman (), the progenitor of this family, was born in England. When he came to Maryland is not known but the first record of him living there shows him living with the Jesuit priest at the age of fifteen.

He was married (1) to Sarah Linle (d. ); (2) prior to to Mary Mathews; and (3) by to Mary Jarboe, the daughter of Colonel John Jarboe.

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The Wheeler family of Charles County, Maryland: a history and genealogy of John Wheeler,immigrant to Maryland inand some of his descendants Walter Vancion Ball W.V. Ball, - Maryland - pages. They segregated themselves" in an informal system, said Anne S.

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LaPlata, MD, Southern Maryland Studies Center, Charles County Community College, Shaffer, Susan: Slot Machines in Charles County, Maryland,pub. Shomette, Donald G: The Ghost Ships of Mallows Bay and Other Tales of the Lost. Sources [] Cook Family Done by Bessie Cook-Rothrock [] Julie Anne Lindquist Degenhardt, my Grandmother was Bertha Mae CookShe was the daugther of William Albert Cook.

Brother to Benjamin Franklin Cook. [] DNA chart[] CAPTAIN GEORGE ATHY [OF GALWAY AND MARYLAND] AND HIS DESCENDANTS, THIRD EDITIONLAWRENCE F. ATHY, JR. "A Working DRAFT" - Comments, suggestions and input appreciated to Mike Williamson Introduction The Hamilton family/s of early Charles County Maryland can be a source of confusion and uncertainty owing to the availability of dwindling and deteriorated source material and subsequent translation, transcription and interpretation of "Old English" writing styles.

Census of Pensioners for Revolutionary or Military Services, Charles County (Source: Internet Archive) List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, Charles County, Maryland (Source: Internet Archive) Civil War. Census of Union Veterans and Widows of the Civil War Charles County (Source: FamilySearch).

GILMAN FAMILY -- Edward Gilman had settled at Piscataqua ina non-conformist dissident from the Church of England. He was probably a discendent of English nobility.

Inhe was a prosperous man and master of a fifty ton vessel. His sons CHARLES and JOHN () migrated to Piscataway, John probably as early as Introduction.

InOld Charles and Ann Arundel Cos MD were created, both from St. Mary's; inSt. Mary's name was changed to Potomac; Ann Arundel's name was changed to Providence; Old Charles was abolished; and the county of Patuxent was created from Old Charles, a portion of St. Mary's, and non-county territory.

InPotomac Co was abolished. Charles Co., MD land records P and Q1 1/ & Q1 1/ Nicholas Belayne and wife Mary had children Jemima born 21/25 Mar.

and Elizabeth born 25 Feb. [/89?]. Archives of Maryland Benjamin signed a petition on 28 Nov. Charles Co., MD land records Charles Co., MD land records P, and Q1 1/ & Q1. By Gary Branum: James SMALLWOOD "Lieutenant Colonel, Maryland Militia" BirthCheshire, ENGLAND Death 12 JanPrince Georges County, Maryland Age: 74 Occupation Soldier; Merchant; Large Landowner (Tobacco Plantation); Attorney; Sherriff Religion Protestant Father Matthew SMA LLWOOD "Captain" (~~) Mother Ann WHITTINGTON (~ Parents: Matthew Smallwood, Ann Smallwood.

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(Best for messages specifically directed to those editing this profile. My earliest proven Rigg ancestor is a Thomas Rigg who died in in Charles County, Maryland. His father died when he was young and he was raised by his mother, Susannah Posey, and step-father, Cleborn Lomax.

Thomas Rigg's father was almost certainly the John Rigg who died in in Charles County, Maryland leaving a widow, Susannah.

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Charles County, MD Vital Records. Where can find Charles County Birth, marriage, Divorce and Death Records. Charles 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.

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Member. Green's Inheritance Green's Inheritance was a 2, acre tract in Charles County patentted by Leonard, Francis and Robert GREEN, three sons of Provincial Governor Thomas GREEN whose widow, Winnifred, then married Provincial Surveyor Robert CLARK I by whom (1) Thomas CLARKE (m 1st Ann BARBER, d/o Luke, and 2nd Julian MUDD, d/o Thomas and Ann.

FAMILY LINEAGE. Maryland records indicate our line of Bryans lived in Surratts/ 9th Election District of Prince George's Co. in Southern Maryland from to Abt and Piscataway district from - Possibly descendants of the Brian/Bryans from Anne Arundel and Calvert Co(s) of the 's.

Charles Co, Maryland Families Back to Contents Scott Family Ancestors. In our effort to prove/disprove a connection to the Thomas Scott and Anne Cooksey who were married in Bedford Co, VA, we have come across various information on their and allied families (i.e.

Cooksey, Scott, James, Tennison, Lemaster, Dent etc), many of whom go back to Charles Co. We are all greatly indebted to several people who have researched this family and presented the fruits of their labor for us to enjoy.

Those who have contributed the most are -- Eva Murrell Harmison and Emma M. Rouse who published an article on the descendants and ancestry of Mathew Busey of Maryland, North Carolina and Kentucky back in In my recent attempts to discover my family history, I have come across Newmann Swann Linkins, in my journey.

I would be happy to correspond with you and swap whatever info you have. Most of my Proctor descendants are still in various cities in MD. All of my ancestors can be found in census records in or around PG and Charles Co.

Charles County Archaeological Society of Maryland, Inc. (CCASM) consists of avocational and professional archeologists who have a common interest in promoting archaeology and a desire to increase knowledge about archaeology in the Mid-Atlantic region and more specifically about archaeology in Charles County, Maryland.

Charles Merritt Charles Merritt in U.S. Social Security Death Index (SSDI) Charles Merritt was born on May 10 Charles lived in Rome, New YorkUSA. Richard Nelson is our earliest proven ancestor in the maternal Mills line.

We filed for membership to the Colonial Dames of America using as eligibility his ownership of land prior to On Novemhe owned acres of land known as. Hickory Thicket is located in Charles County. The following counties adjoin and form the boundaries of Charles County: Calvert, Prince George's, Saint Mary's, Fairfax (VA), King George (VA), Prince William (VA), Stafford (VA) & Westmoreland (VA).

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The Morton family of Southern Maryland is fairly well attested from the mid th to the mid th century, when many of the male members of the family sought better land in Virginia, Kentucky, Georgia and Alabama. The surname Morton barely survives in Southern Maryland after the 19 th century, but there are still numerous descendants in the area from female branches.

When in most of his immediate family removed to St. Charles County, Missouri, James remained behind and taught at a private school near Baltimore before joining them out west a year later. Upon his arrival the scholarly aristocrat joined the employ of the Hon. Edward Bates as a tutor for his children.

Charles County, Maryland. Port Tobacco Road, McConchie, Maryland. Lat: 38° 30' 07"N, Lon: 77° 03' 34"W. Contributed by Anne Braun,[[email protected]]. Total records = From the intersection of Highways nad 6, go east on Highway 6 for 5 miles. The cemetery is on the south side of the road behind the .To dau.

Elizabeth Richardson, negro woman Hagor, a chest of drawers, a book case, a bed, & an old silver spoon. To son Nathan Richardson, boy Tom, 6 leather chairs, an old desk, a bed, a gal.

pot, & a silver spoon. To son Daniel Richardson, negro boy Jimmy I had from Sparrows Point. To dau. Margaret Hill Richardson, negro boy George. To dau.Home Searches Family Trees Mailing Lists Message Boards Web Sites Passwords Help Welcome to Sign in DISCOVER MORE > Charles County MD Families "The first years" Entries: Updated: File Size: KB.