Colonial Families of Maryland II: They Came, They Flourished, and Some Moved On

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Author: Robert Barnes

Published: 2014

Paperback, 177 pages

Condition: Excellent

Whereas the first volume in this series traced the families of roughly 500 colonists who entered Maryland as either indentured servants or convicts, this volume treats a cross-section of Maryland’s colonial population. Researchers will find families living throughout the colony here, though most resided in Anne Arundel or Baltimore County. Some families are followed beyond 1776, including a number who vacated Maryland. In cases of families whose male lines have died out, Mr. Barnes traces the female lines for one or two generations; where colonial women married two or multiple times, the author traces the descendants of all their marriages.