History of Cecil County Maryland

History of Cecil County  Maryland

Author: George Johnston

Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Com

ISBN: 9780806379883

Category: Cecil County (Md.)

Page: 576

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John Jack of Cecil County Maryland and Some of His Descendants

John Jack of Cecil County  Maryland  and Some of His Descendants

The author especially noted that Henry Durland Jack (b. 1853-d. 1903) left home in his late teens. He lived with a family who treated him like a son and in turn, he changed his surname to theirs: Williams.

Author: Alice Lucille Harney

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ISBN: WISC:89064865900

Category: Maryland

Page: 189

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The author especially noted that Henry Durland Jack (b. 1853-d. 1903) left home in his late teens. He lived with a family who treated him like a son and in turn, he changed his surname to theirs: Williams.
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Geography of Cecil County Maryland

Geography of Cecil County  Maryland

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Author: Source: Wikipedia

Publisher: Books LLC, Wiki Series

ISBN: 1233141627

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Page: 26

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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: 24. Chapters: Historic districts in Cecil County, Maryland, Populated places in Cecil County, Maryland, Protected areas of Cecil County, Maryland, Charlestown, Maryland, Cecilton, Maryland, Rising Sun, Maryland, Perryville, Maryland, Elkton, Maryland, North East, Maryland, Port Deposit, Maryland, Chesapeake City, Maryland, Mount Harmon, Christina River, Twelve-Mile Circle, Octoraro Creek, White Crystal Beach, Maryland, Conowingo, Maryland, Garrett Island, Carpenter Point, Maryland, Calvert, Maryland, Hack Point, Maryland, St. Augustine, Maryland, Frenchtown, Cecil County, Maryland, Colora, Maryland, Warwick, Cecil County, Maryland, Fredericktown, Maryland, Perry Point, Maryland, Harrisville, Cecil County, Maryland, Providence, Cecil County, Maryland, Elk Mills, Maryland, Childs, Maryland, Zion, Maryland, Oakwood, Maryland, Earleville, Maryland, Fair Hill, Maryland, Hopewell Manor, Maryland, West Nottingham Academy Historic District, White Hall, Cecil County, Maryland, New Castle and Frenchtown Railroad Right-of-Way, South Chesapeake City Historic District, Charlestown Historic District, Red Point, Maryland, Mason-Dixon Trail, Elk Neck State Forest, Elk Neck Peninsula, Earlville Wildlife Management Area, North East River. Excerpt: Mount Harmon is a historic home located at Earleville, Cecil County, Maryland, United States. It is an 18th century brick mansion built by Sidney George around 1788. In the late 1920s a frame wing was built on the south gable. It features a central door with a scrolled pediment and pineapple keystone supported by Ionic pilasters. Mount Harmon was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. The house is also open to the public. On the Chesapeake Bay, Mount Harmon Plantation is a 200-acre (0.81 km) estate and nature preserve on a peninsula by the north shore of the Sassafras River. The plan...
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Abstracts of Cecil County Maryland Land Records 1673 1751

Abstracts of Cecil County  Maryland  Land Records  1673 1751

These records are taken from the Cecil County Deed Book Numbers two, three and four.

Author: June D. Brown

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ISBN: 1585494844

Category: History

Page: 310

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These records are taken from the Cecil County Deed Book Numbers two, three and four. Family relationships are frequently given. Each entry names every person and relationship found in the records. For a listing of land patents of Cecil County, 1649-1774,
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Cecil County Maryland Marriage Licenses 1777 1840

Cecil County  Maryland  Marriage Licenses  1777 1840

The aftermath of violence - the caste barrier - disease and deprivation - the morality of settlement - the image of the aborigine; The missinoary impulse - Government policies - assimilation.

Author: Daughters of the American Revolution. Maryland. Captain Jeremiah Baker Chapter

Publisher: Clearfield

ISBN: UVA:X000050328

Category: Reference

Page: 105

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The aftermath of violence - the caste barrier - disease and deprivation - the morality of settlement - the image of the aborigine; The missinoary impulse - Government policies - assimilation.
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Descendants of John Veazey of Cherry Grove Cecil County Maryland

Descendants of John Veazey of  Cherry Grove   Cecil County  Maryland

John Veazey, born about 1647 in Essex, England, married Martha Broccus about 1670 at Cecil County, Maryland. "He is the progenitor of all the Veazeys from Cherry Grove on Veazey's Neck on the northern end of the Delmarva Peninsular.

Author: Ann Veazey Davis

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ISBN: WISC:89062511811

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Page: 508

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John Veazey, born about 1647 in Essex, England, married Martha Broccus about 1670 at Cecil County, Maryland. "He is the progenitor of all the Veazeys from Cherry Grove on Veazey's Neck on the northern end of the Delmarva Peninsular." Descendants migrated to North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee and other places.
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Cecil County Maryland

Cecil County  Maryland

Author: Alice Etta Miller

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ISBN: OCLC:40939458

Category: Cecil County (Md.)

Page: 173

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Early Anglican Church Records of Cecil County Maryland

Early Anglican Church Records of Cecil County  Maryland

Records of St. Stephen's Parish (North Sassafras Parish) & St. Ann's Parish (North Elk Parish).

Author: Henry C. Peden

Publisher: Heritage Books

ISBN: 9781585491834

Category: History

Page: 118

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Records of St. Stephen's Parish (North Sassafras Parish) & St. Ann's Parish (North Elk Parish).
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Abstracts of Cecil County Maryland Land Records 1734 1753

Abstracts of Cecil County  Maryland Land Records  1734 1753

These records are taken from the Cecil County Deed Book Numbers five (1734-39) pp. 1-539; six (1739-45) pp. 1-486; and seven (1745-53) pp. 1-547.

Author: June D. Brown

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ISBN: 1585490385

Category: History

Page: 258

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These records are taken from the Cecil County Deed Book Numbers five (1734-39) pp. 1-539; six (1739-45) pp. 1-486; and seven (1745-53) pp. 1-547. There are 8,714 entry names given. For a listing of land patents of Cecil County, 1649-1774, see Inhabitants
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Cecil County Maryland Indentures 1777 1814

Cecil County Maryland Indentures  1777 1814

This volume presents a sum

Author: Jerry M. Hynson

Publisher: Heritage Books

ISBN: 9780788441127

Category: Reference

Page: 46

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The apprentice system of training youth in useful vocations has a long history in Maryland and its administration has resulted in the formation of a body of records holding invaluable information for the genealogical researcher. This volume presents a sum
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A Potpourri of Price Families of Cecil County Maryland 16XX 1965

A Potpourri of Price Families of Cecil County  Maryland  16XX 1965

John Price (ca. 1735-1826) was the son of Hyland Price (1709-1737). He lived in Cecil County, Maryland. He had nine known children from two marriages. His brother, Hyland (ca. 1735-1792) had seven known children.

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ISBN: OCLC:33145950

Category: Cecil County (Md.)

Page: 120

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John Price (ca. 1735-1826) was the son of Hyland Price (1709-1737). He lived in Cecil County, Maryland. He had nine known children from two marriages. His brother, Hyland (ca. 1735-1792) had seven known children. Their uncle, John (b. 1718) had three sons, John (ca. 1740-1778), Joseph (1741-1786) and Henry (1745-1790?). Traces descendants and relatives of these cousins in Maryland to about 1850.
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Adam Meek

Adam Meek

Adam Meek was probably born in Ireland before 1726. He immigrated to America and was granted land in Cecil County, Maryland in 1745. He married Jean Mitchell, daughter of Andrew and Jean Mitchell.

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ISBN: WISC:89061976924

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Page: 851

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Adam Meek was probably born in Ireland before 1726. He immigrated to America and was granted land in Cecil County, Maryland in 1745. He married Jean Mitchell, daughter of Andrew and Jean Mitchell. Adam's widow and three sons migrated to York County, South Carolina prior to 1778. Jean Meek died in 1797.
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Our Crouch Family of Cecil County Maryland

Our Crouch Family of Cecil County  Maryland

They had six children. Isaac Crouch died on February 20, 1795 in Cecil County, Maryland. Descendants lived in Maryland, Virginia and elsewhere.

Author: Cathy Berger

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ISBN: OCLC:866722919

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Page: 7

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Chiefly, a record of descendants of Isaac Crouch of Elk Neck Hundred, Cecil County, Pennsylvania who was born in February 1737 in Cecil County. He married Ann Johnson, daughter of Edward and Mary Johnson at St. Mary Anne's Church on May 3, 1760. They had six children. Isaac Crouch died on February 20, 1795 in Cecil County, Maryland. Descendants lived in Maryland, Virginia and elsewhere.
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