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The Journal: Table of Contents 2008-2014

Below is a cumulative table of contents of issues of the Journal, which has been published since 2008. (The Bulletin, the predecesor to the Journal, was published from 1960 until 2007.  For a cumulative table of contents for past issues of the Bulletin, click here.)

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VOLUME 49, NUMBER 1, 2008
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 49, no. 1, 2008 (In stock - $15.00) 
 
FEATURE ARTICLES
  • Maryland Apprenticeship Records by Allender Sybert
  • Electronic Treasures of the Maryland State Archives by Robert Barnes, M.Ed., F.M.G.S.
  • 1850 Non-Population Census Products of Industry, Schedule for Frederick County, Maryland by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Baltimore Prepares for War in 1814 by Isabelle Board Obert
  • 1868 Baltimore City Police Census, City Jail Enumeration by Dianne W. Feldman
  • Howard University’s Freedmen’s Bureau Project by Harry N. Keeling, Ph.D.
  • Indexes are not Complete by Reverend Christos Christou, Jr.
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Maryland Found Photos by Jane F. Burgess, CG -- The George D. Parsons, Jr. Family Photograph
  • Genealogy Technology by Ronald J. Leach -- Introduction
  • Genealogy Quiz -- Standards, Sources and So Much More by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Genealogy Quiz Answers
  • Maryland Bible Transcriptions by Reverend Christos Christou, Jr. -- George Leary Family Bible; James S. Leary Family Bible
  • Maryland Sidelights -- A Contrast of Operatives; Ran away from Subscriber … Prince George’s Co., 1853; All in a Name; Marie Peake Orem 103- years old; 1752 Baltimore City Directory; Indigent Patients, 1872; Immigration: The More Things Change
REVIEWS
  • Carmack. You Can Write Your Family History. By Allender Sybert.
  • Skinner. Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, Volume XI, 1703-1704, 1708-1709 and
  • Skinner. Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, Volume XII, 1709-1712. By Robert Barnes.
  • Driver. Confederate Sailors, Marines and Signalmen from Virginia and Maryland. By Allender Sybert.
  • Peden. Harford County, Maryland Inventories, 1774-1804. By Robert Barnes.
  • Reno. St. Mary’s County, Maryland Wills, 1836-1857. By Robert Barnes.
  • Family Archives CD. Connecticut Local and Family Histories, 1600s-1800s. By Robert Bartram.
 
VOLUME 49, NUMBER 2, 2008
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 49, no. 2, 2008 (In stock - $15.00)
 
FEATURE ARTICLES
  • Maryland Research Online by Patricia O’Brien Shawker, CG
  • NARA at your Fingertips by Claire Bettag, CG, CGL
  • The Flowers of Barron Island by Jacqueline H. Hedberg
  • George W. Mitchell: Buffalo Soldier from Saint Michaels, Maryland by Joseph L Douglas, Jr.
  • Verifying Veterans’ Injuries: Pension Examining Surgeons In Maryland, 1862-1882 by Kenneth W. Heger, Ph.D.
  • Pension Agents in Baltimore by Kenneth W. Heger, Ph.D.
  • Major John Powell Of Frostburg, Maryland by George Ely Russell, CG, FASG, FNGS
  • St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Govanstown, Baptisms by Edward P. Arthur
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Genealogy Technology by Ronald J. Leach, Ph.D. -- Searching the Maryland Vital Records Web Site Efficiently
  • Genealogy Quiz by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Genealogy Quiz Answers
  • Maryland Bible Transcriptions -- West Family
  • Maryland Sidelights
REVIEWS
  • Barnes. Missing Relatives and Lost Friends. By Allender Sybert.
  • Hait. The Family History Research Toolkit: Forms & Charts for Genealogical Research. By Robert Barnes.
  • Hall. Early Landowners of Maryland: Volume 5: St. Mary's County, 1633-1710. By Robert Barnes.
  • Bowman. Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland, 1897-1901. By Betty deKeyser.
  • Skinner. Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland; Volume XIII: 1712-1716. Skinner.
  • Volume XIV, 1716-1719. and Skinner. Volume XV, 1719- 1721. By Robert Barnes.
  • Heinegg. Free African Americans of Maryland and Delaware from the Colonial Period to 1810 and Heinegg. Free African Americans
  • of North Carolina, Virginia, and South Carolina from the Colonial Period to About 1820. Volumes I and II. Fifth Edition. By Betty deKeyser.
  • Sherwood. First Maryland Artillery and Second Maryland Artillery. By Allender Sybert.
  • Roberts. The Royal Descents of 600 Immigrants to the American Colonies or the United States Who Were Themselves Noble or Left Descendants Notable in American History: With 2008 Addendum, Coda, and Final Addition. By Robert Barnes.
  • Brewer. King George County, Virginia, Orders, 1740-1746 and Brewer. King George County, Virginia, Orders, 1746-1751. By Allender Sybert.
 
VOLUME 49, NUMBER 3, 2008
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 49, no. 3, 2008 (In stock - $15.00)
 
FEATURE ARTICLES
  • A Geographical Guide to Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Baltimore Houses of Worship by Francis P. O’Neill
  • Who Was the Father of [John] Barton Brown Who Married Linny Neal in 1801 in Washington County, Maryland? By Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Administering Veterans’ Pensions in the Nineteenth-Century: Marylanders Working at the Pension Office Headquarters in Washington, DC, 1849-1905 by Kenneth W. Heger, Ph D
  • The Crew of the Ship Ocean, April - June, 1841 by Kenneth W. Heger, Ph D
  • St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Govanstown, Marriages, 1850 – 1873 by Edward P. Arthur
  • Cemetery at Notre Dame School for Girls transcribed by John J. Brinkley
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Bibliography Of Maryland Genealogical Books And Periodical Articles, 2006–2007 by Allender Sybert and Robert Barnes
  • Genealogy Quiz by F. Edward Wright
  • Genealogy Quiz Answers
  • Maryland Sidelights
REVIEWS
  • Ruppert. The German Correspondent, Baltimore, Maryland: Translation and Transcription of Marriages, Deaths and Selected Articles of
  • Genealogical Interest. Volume I: Death Notices and Obituaries, 1879-1883. Volume II: Marriages and Selected Articles of Genealogical Interest, 1879-1883. By Robert Barnes.
  • Henritze: Bibliographic Checklist of African American Newspapers. By Allender Sybert.
  • Kozak: “Shelter from the Storm” Frederick, Maryland: A Place of Refuge in the Seven Year’s War. By Betty deKeyser.
  • Conradis: A Vagabond Army: A Novel of Maryland in the American Revolution. Volume Two of The Old Line Chronicles. By Betty
  • deKeyser.
  • Mowbray: First Dorchester Families. By Allender Sybert
  • Beverly: Colonial Families of the Northern Neck of Virginia. Volume 3. By V. L. Skinner, Jr.
  • DeMarco: Colonial Families of York County, Virginia. Volume 2. By V. L. Skinner, Jr.
  • Jourdan: Early Settlers of Tidewater Virginia. Volume 3. By V. L. Skinner, Jr.
 
VOLUME 50, NUMBER 1, 2009
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 50, no. 1, 20079 (In stock - $15.00)
 
FEATURE ARTICLES
  • Who Was Rebecca Hooper Booze? By Jacqueline H. Hedberg
  • A Geographical Guide to Eighteenth- and Nineteenth- Century Baltimore Houses of Worship by Francis P. O’Neill
  • Deeds Of Manumission Prince George’s County, Maryland 1800-1806 by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Slaysman Family of Baltimore by Mary Bracken Neale
  • Research in St. Mary's County by Linda Reno
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Maryland Found Photos - Susannah Benson by Gary B. Ruppert, MD
  • Maryland Bible Transcriptions by Mary Read Cooper
  • Maryland Bible Transcriptions by Christos Christou, Jr
  • Genealogy Technology by Ronald J. Leach, Ph.D.
  • Genealogy Quiz by Gary B. Ruppert, MD
  • Genealogy Quiz Answers
  • Maryland Sidelights
REVIEWS
  • Barnes. Colonial Families of Maryland: Bound and Determined to Succeed. By Allender Sybert.
  • Peden. Cecil County, Maryland, Marriage References, 1674-1824. By Robert Barnes
  • Maryland Settlers & Soldiers, 1700s–1800s. By Betty deKeyser
  • Skinner. Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland. By Robert Barnes
  • Rogers. Freedom & Slavery Documents in the District of Columbia Recorder of Deeds Office: Bills of Sale, Certificates of Freedom, Certificates of Slavery, Emancipations, Manumissions. Vol. 2, 1806-1816. By Allender Sybert
  • Dobson. Scottish Emigration to Colonial America, 1607-1785. By Robert Barnes
  • Mealy. Orphans’ Court Proceedings of New Castle County, Delaware, April 1761–July 1777. By Allender Sybert
  • Peden. Presbyterian Records of Baltimore City, Maryland, 1765-1840. By Allender Sybert
     
VOLUME 50, NUMBER 2, 2009
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 48, no. 2, 2009 (In stock - $15.00)
 
FEATURE ARTICLES
  • 1865 Martenet and Bond’s Map, Montgomery County, Maryland, A Genealogy Tool by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Civil War Draft in Baltimore and Maryland by John M. Siemon
  • American Military Images, The Civil War 1861–1865 by Howard G. Lanham, MD
  • A Geographical Guide to Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Baltimore Houses of Worship by Francis P. O’Neill
  • Pal Jonsson Mullikka Family: Recently Discovered. Records of the Mulkey Family in Maryland by Christopher DeMarco, Ph.D.
  • Jane Maccubbin, Wife of William by Rudolf Loeser
  • Peter R. Gilbert of Frederick County by John Charles Gilbert, Sr.
  • Crew of the Barque Pioneer, May–June 1841 by Kenneth W. Heger
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Genealogy Technology by Ronald J. Leach, Ph.D.
  • Genealogy Quiz by F. Edward Wright
  • Genealogy Quiz Answers
REVIEWS
  • O’Neill. Index of Obituaries and Marriages in The (Baltimore) Sun, 1881–1885. By Robert Barnes
  • Peden and Peden. Dorchester County, Maryland, Marriage References, 1669–1800. By Robert Barnes
  • Hall. Early Landowners of Maryland. Volume 6: Kent County, 1640–1710. By Allender Sybert
  • Boyle. “He loves a good deal of rum …” Military Desertions during the American Revolution, 1775–1783. By Robert Barnes
  • Skinner. Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland. Volume XVIII: 1727–1730. By Robert Barnes
  • Sperry. Reading Early American Handwriting. By Robert Barnes
  • Smith. Social Networking for Genealogists. By Robert Barnes
  • Mills. QuickSheet: Citing Ancestry.com® Databases & Images, Evidence! Style. By Allender Sybert
     
VOLUME 50, NUMBER 3, 2009
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 50, no. 3, 2009 (In stock - $15.00)

FEATURE ARTICLES
  • Genetic Genealogy—the Basics by Thomas H. Shawker, MD
  • Genetic Genealogy—Basics, Tools and Examples by Robert D. McLaren
  • Using Genetic Data as Genealogical Evidence: Established Evidence Evaluation Standards Apply to DNA Testing by Donn Devine, JD
  • Use and Misuse of Y-DNA Testing in Genealogical Research by Gary L. VanZandt
  • Survey of Winning Bidders
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Stronger Genealogical Skills by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Genealogy Technology by Ronald J. Leach, Ph.D.
  • Genealogy Crossword Puzzle by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Bible Transcriptions by Christos Christou, Jr.
REVIEWS
  • Smolenyak and Turner. Trace Your Roots with DNA: Using Genetic Tests to Explore Your Family Tree. By Allender Sybert
  • Sykes. Saxons, Vikings, and Celts: The Genetic Roots of Britain and Ireland. By Allender Sybert
  • Ball. The Genetic Strand: Exploring a Family History Through DNA. By Betty deKeyser
  • Kemp. International Vital Records Handbook: Births, Marriages, Deaths. By Robert Barnes
  • Bentley. County Courthouse Book. By Robert Barnes
  • Skinner. Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland. Volume XIX: 1730-1734. By Robert Barnes
     
VOLUME 51, NUMBER 1, 2010
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 51, no. 1, 2010 (In stock - $15.00)
 
FEATURE ARTICLES
  • Maryland Genealogical Society: The First Fifty Years by Allender Sybert
  • A Geographical Guide to Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Baltimore Houses of Worship Quadrant IV: Southwest by Francis P. O’Neill
  • Maryland Legal Ages to Help Identify an Ancestor: 1634 to 1860 by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Identifying the Last Slave-Owner of Freedmen in Maryland Using Local Records by Michael Hait
  • The Bishops of Hoopers Island—Slave and Free by Jacqueline H. Hedberg
  • A Genealogist’s Guide to American Military Images, Part Two: The later 19th Century 1865-1900 by Howard G. Lanham, M.D.
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Genealogy Technology by Ronald J. Leach, Ph.D.
  • Genealogy Crossword Puzzle by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Bible Transcriptions by Christos Christou, Jr.
  • Genealogy Crossword Answers
REVIEWS
  • Peden and Peden. Anne Arundel County, Maryland, Marriage References 1658-1800. By Robert Barnes
  • Peden and Peden. Kent County, Maryland, Marriage References 1642- 1800. By Robert Barnes
  • Hooper. Caroline County, Maryland, Marriage References, 1774-1850. By Robert Barnes
  • King. St. Peter the Apostle Church, Marriage Records, 1842-1918. By Allender Sybert
  • King. St. Paul’s Church Records, Baltimore, Maryland, 1826-1935: Baptisms – Marriages – Burials. By Allender Sybert
  • Dixon. National Intelligencer Newspaper Abstracts 1867. By Betty deKeyser
  • Charles County Bicentennial Committee. Charles County Maryland: A History. Bicentennial Edition. By Betty deKeyser
  • Rogers. Freedom & Slavery Documents in the District of Columbia Recorder of Deeds Office: Bills of Sale, Certificates of Freedom, Certificates of Slavery, Emancipations, Manumissions. Vol. 3, 1816-1822. By Allender Sybert.
 
VOLUME 51, NUMBER 2, 2010
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 51, no. 2, 2010 (In stock - $15.00)
 
FEATURE ARTICLES
  • Baltimore County Renunciations 1803-1825 by Robert Barnes, M.Ed., F.M.G.S.
  • The Voyage of the Barque Paoli, March-August 1842, Between Baltimore and Bremen by Kenneth Heger, Ph.D.
  • Research in Montgomery County by Patricia Abelard Andersen
  • Doctor William Bradford Hebbard (born 1780, died 1839) From New England to Maryland by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Maryland Hollyday Names from an Old Letter “Dear Cousin Mollie” by Martha Reamy
  • Gleanings from the Baltimore County Orphans’ Court Proceedings Part 1: 1798-1800 by Allender Sybert
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Genealogy Technology by Ronald J. Leach, Ph.D.
  • Maryland Bible Transcriptions by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Genealogy Quiz by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Genealogy Quiz Answers by Jane F. Burgess, CG
REVIEWS
  • O’Neill. Index of Obituaries and Marriages in the (Baltimore) Sun 1891-1894. By Allender Sybert
  • Hait. Records of the Slave Claims Commission, 1864-1867. Volume One: Register of Claims of the Delaware Commission. By Robert Barnes
  • Laskin. The Long Way Home: An American Journey from Ellis Island to the Great War. By Gary B. Ruppert, M.D.
  • Skinner. Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland, Volume XXI: 1736-1739, Libers 30 (pp. 208-486), 31 (pp. 1-32); Volume XXII: 1739-1741, Liber 31 (pp. 33-251); Volume XXIII: 1741-1744, Liber 31 (pp. 252-488), Volume XXIV: 1744-1746, Libers 31 (pp. 489-679), 32 (pp. 1-22). By Robert Barnes
  • Mitchell. The Surnames of North West Ireland: Concise Histories of the Major Surnames of Gaelic and Planter Origin. By Betty deKeyser
  • Mitchell. Defenders of the Plantation of Ulster, 1641-1691. Muster Roll of the Garrison of Londonderry During the Rebellion of 1642-1643; Defenders of Ireland During the Williamite War of 1689-1691. By Robert Barnes.
  • Koman. A Who’s Who of Your Ancestral Saints. By Robert Barnes
  • Brown. Migration of the Horney Family from the Eastern Shore of Maryland to Guilford County, North Carolina. By Betty deKeyser.
 
VOLUME 51, NUMBER 3, 2010
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 51, no. 3, 2010 (In stock - $15.00)

FEATURE ARTICLES
  • The Rolph Family of Queen Anne’s County in the Colonial Period – Finding Elusive Fathers by Lamonte Leverage Tepper
  • By Way of the Chesapeake: Maryland Pasenger Arrival Records at the National Archives 1820-1957 by John P. Deeben
  • 1850 Non-Population Census Social Statistics Schedule for Maryland – Description and Insights by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Mrs. Jane Waites Dixon Long of Baltimore County in the Seventeenth Century – Identifying Husbands by Isabelle Board Obert
  • Gleanings from the Baltimore County Orphans’ Court Proceedings Part 2: 1800-1803 by Allender Sybert
  • Maryland Civil War Veterans Who Were Members of the GAR in Colorado and Wyoming by David C. Bailey, Sr.
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Genealogy Technology by Ronald J. Leach, Ph.D.
  • Genealogy Quiz by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Genealogy Quiz Answers by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Maryland Sidelights -- Ten Pounds Reward By Jane F. Burgess, CG, transcriber
REVIEWS
  • Arthur. St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church Baptisms, 1853-1882. By Allender Sybert.
  • Shipley-Sullivan. Abstracts of Wills, Carroll County, Maryland, 1837-1852. By Robert Barnes.
  • Smithson and Peden. Descendants of the Signers of the Bush Declaration of March 22, 1775, Harford County, Maryland. By Robert Barnes.
  • Hall and Hall. Early Landowners of Maryland Volume 7: Baltimore County, 1658-1710. By Allender Sybert.
  • Peden. First Presbyterian Church Records, Baltimore, Maryland, 1840-1879. By Robert Barnes.
  • Skinner. Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland: Volume XXV, 1746-1749; Liber 32 (pp. 23-256). By Robert Barnes.
  • McKey. Accomack County, Virginia, Court Order Abstracts, 1744-1753. Volume 18. By V.L. Skinner, Jr.
  • Hamilton. Highland County, Virginia Death Records 1853-1898. By V.L.Skinner, Jr.
  • Huber. The Journey Takers. By Betty deKeyser.
 
VOLUME 52, NUMBER 1, 2011
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 52, no. 1, 2011 (In stock - $15.00)
 
FEATURE ARTICLES
  • “Anna Maria Of Infirm Mind” Discovering Joseph Bauer of Baltimore County and Family – Using Clues in Digital Land Records by Kellie Scott Mullins
  • Persons of Color in 1860 on the Eve of the Civil War – From Maryland to Connecticut by Jane F. Burgess
  • George Peake and His Wife Mrs. Mary Parr of Calvert County in the Seventeenth Century – Transcriptions of Early Maryland Records by Isabelle Board Obert
  • Research in Frederick County by Patricia Abelard Andersen
  • Finding the Locations of Baltimore Ancestors – Nineteenth Century Street Name Changes by James P. Burgess
  • The Baer/Bear/Bair-Richardson Family Records – Church Creek and Baltimore by Sean C. O’Rourke
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Stronger Genealogical Skills – Which “John Doe” Is My Ancestor? By Jane F. Burgess
  • Genealogy Technology by Ronald J. Leach, Ph.D.
  • Genealogy Quiz -- Maryland and the Civil War by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Genealogy Quiz Answers by Jane F. Burgess, CG
REVIEWS
  • Moller. Prince George’s County Maryland: Marriage References and Family Relationships, 1695-1800. By Robert Barnes.
  • Boyle. “Drinks hard, and swears much”: White Maryland Runaways, 1770-1774. By Robert Barnes.
  • Winterbottom. Maryland Bible Records. Volume 6: Eastern Shore of Maryland. By Allender Sybert.
  • Bowman. Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland, January 1, 1902-December 31, 1904; January 1, 1905-December 31, 1908. By Allender Sybert.
  • Skinner. Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland. Volume XXVI: 1749-1750, 1752-1753, Libers 32 (pp.257-end), 33-1 (pp.1-217), 33-2 (pp.1-126). By Robert Barnes.
  • Andersen. Frederick County Maryland Land Records, Liber O Abstracts, 1771. By Robert Barnes.
  • Bell. The Tevis Family. By Allender Sybert
  • Scharf. History of Baltimore City and County. By Robert Barnes.
  • Frantel. Richmond Virginia Uncovered: The Records of Slaves and Free Blacks Listed in the City Sergeant Jail Register, 1841-1846. By Betty deKeyser.
  • Dobson. Directory of Scots Banished to the American Plantations, 1650-1775. By Robert Barnes.
 
VOLUME 52, NUMBER 2, 2011
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 52, no. 2, 2011 (In stock - $15.00)
 
FEATURE ARTICLES
  • Beware of Appearances, Scenes One and Two: The Case of Hester Iiams by Katherine E. Harbury
  • A Family War by Jack B. Fallin
  • Czecks in Early Maryland and Old Baltimore by Miloslav Rechcigl, Jr.
  • A New Identity for Julia Ann DeShields Starr by Sue Ann Hayley and LeAnna Starr Schooley
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Genealogy Technology by Ronald J. Leach, Ph.D.
REVIEWS
  • Bockstruck. Revolutionary War Pensions Awarded by State Governments 1775-1874, the General and Federal Governments Prior to 1814, and by Private Acts of Congress to 1905. By Robert Barnes.
  • Barnes. Biographical Data from Baltimore Newspapers, 1817-1819. By Allender Sybert
  • Hait. The Civil War Draft in Maryland: Lists of Drafted Men, 1862-1865. By Robert Barnes.
  • Arthur. St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Baltimore, Maryland, Baptisms 1825-1871. By Allender Sybert.
  • Peden. Marriages and Deaths from Baltimore Newspapers, 1817-1824. By Robert Barnes.
  • Baker. “Villainy and Madness” Washington’s Flying Camp. By Betty deKeyser
  • Peden. Colonial Tavern Keepers of Maryland and Delaware, 1634-1776. By Robert Barnes.
  • Darrow and Winchester. The Genealogist’s Guide to Researching Tax Records. By V.L. Skinner, Jr.
  • Skinner. Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland Volume XXVII: 1753, 1750-1751. Libers: 33 (pp. 126-end), 34, 35 (pp.1-114). By Robert Barnes.
  • Barroll. Ancestors of Dudley George Roe of the Eastern Shore of Maryland. By Betty deKeyser.
 
VOLUME 52, NUMBER 3, 2011
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 52, no. 3, 2011 (In stock - $15.00)
 
CORRECTIONS
  • “A Family War” by Jack F. Fallin
  • “Beware of Appearances: The Case of Hester Iiams” by Katherine E. Harbury
FEATURE ARTICLES
  • Slave Records of the Hambleton Family at Perry Cabin Farm, Talbot County, Maryland by Joseph L. Douglas, Jr.
  • Identifying Migrating Ancestors Case Study: Did James Stutson (Born By 1802) Live in Maryland and Ohio? by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • The Hollis Family of Baltimore County by Robert Barnes
  • Another Son-In-Law for Thomas Gerard by Beverly J. Ellison Nelson
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Stronger Genealogical Skills -- Time Line Analysis for Maryland Ancestors by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Genealogy Technology by Ronald J. Leach, Ph.D.
  • Genealogy Crossword -- Slavery in Maryland by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Crossword Puzzle Answers by Jane F. Burgess, CG
  • Philatelic Genealogy: Maryland at Work by James R. Miller
  • One Woman Searches for her Ancestors and Finds a Community: Reclaiming a Lost Baltimore Cemetery by Joyce Erway
  • A Case Study in Locating a Relative and Some Ethical Issues in Genealogical Research by Ronald J. Leach and Judith G. Western
  • Burials in Salem Evangelical Church Cemetery from Layout in Church Records 1848-1918 (Now Salem United Methodist Church Windsor Mill Road, Hebbville, Baltimore County, MD) by Carleton L. Weidemeyer
  • Salem Evangelical Church Funeral Texts As Recorded By Matilda V. Seibel Weidemeyer Ritter by Carleton L. Weidemeyer
  • The House that Pop Built by Nancy Lee Waters Lauer
REVIEWS
  • Boyle. “When drunk is very bold”: White Maryland Runaways, 1763-1769. By Robert Barnes.
  • Andersen. Frederick County Land Records, 1771-1773 [Libers P, S, T, U]. By Robert Barnes.
  • Andersen. Montgomery County Land Record Miscellany, Libers A-E, Selected Abstracts, 1777-1794; Libers F, F-7 and G, Abstracts 1795-1797. By Robert Barnes.
  • Anne Arundel Genealogical Society. Anne Arundel Readings. Volume 1#1-Volume 5#2; January 1998 – July 2002. By Robert Barnes.
  • Wright. Sussex County, Delaware, Marriage References, 1648-1800. By Allender Sybert.
  • Dobson. Scottish Catholics at Home and Abroad, 1680-1780; Scots Episcopalians at Home and Abroad, 1689-1800. By Robert Barnes.
  • Green. Virginia 1860 Agricultural Census, Volume 3. By Betty deKeyser.
  • Skinner. Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland. By Robert Barnes.
  • Fisher. A Pre-Primer for Beginners in Genealogical Search: What to Read Before Your First How-To Book. By Allender Sybert. 
 
 VOLUME 53, NUMBER 1, 2012
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 53, no. 1, 2012 (In stock - $15.00)

FEATURE ARTICLES
  • Daniel Trundle (born 1778, died 1831) of Montgomery County and His Annington Home—Kinship Answers from Property Records by Jane F. Burgess
  • Marylanders in the War of 1812: Military Service in the State Militia and Regular Army by John P. Deeben
  • Gleanings from the Baltimore County Orphans’ Court Proceedings Part 3: 1803–1804 by Allender Sybert
  • Methodist Records in Maryland by Wanda Barnes Hall
  • Research in Anne Arundel County by Tina Simmons
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Genealogy Technology -- 1940 Census of Population—Searching the Records Without an Index by Ronald J. Leach
  • Stronger Genealogical Skills -- 1940 Census of Population Schedule—Its 50 Questions by Jane F. Burgess
  • Genealogy Crossword Puzzle --  Immigration and Maryland by Jane F. Burgess
  • Genealogy Quiz Answers by Jane F. Burgess
REVIEWS
  • Peden. Maryland Bible Records, Volume 7: Harford, Baltimore and Frederick Counties. By Robert Barnes.
  • Carroll County Genealogical Society. Carroll County Cemeteries: Digital Edition 2011. By Robert Barnes.
  • Hall and Hall. Early Landowners of Maryland, Volume 8: Talbot County, 1650–1710; Early Landowners of Maryland, Volume 9: Queen Anne’s County, 1640–1710. By Allender Sybert.
  • Peden and Peden. Talbot County, Maryland, Marriage References, 1662–1800. By Betty deKeyser.
  • Peden and Peden. Harford County, Maryland, Marriage References and Family Relationships, 1774–1824. By Robert Barnes.
  • Scott. Genealogy at a Glance: Revolutionary War Genealogy Research. By Betty deKeyser.
  • Milner. Genealogy at a Glance: English Genealogy Research. By Robert Barnes.
  • Carmack. Genealogy at a Glance: Immigration Research. By Robert Barnes.
  • Croom. Unpuzzling Your Past: The Best-Selling Basic Guide to Genealogy. By Allender Sybert.
     
VOLUME 53, NUMBER 2, 2012
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 53, no. 2, 2012 (In stock - $15.00)
 
FEATURE ARTICLES
  • Maryland’s Burned Counties: Overcoming the Record Loss by Michael Hait
  • Tombstone of Spare Travers Tolley Dorchester County: Always Check Your Source by Jacqueline Simmons Hedberg
  • Graham or Grim? Georgianna Scott Graham of Baltimore and the Quest for a Civil War Widow’s Pension by Kellie Scott Mullins
  • Making Its Decisions Public: Published Decisions of the Bureau of Pension Appeals, 1886–1930 by Kenneth W. Heger
  • Maryland Magazine of Genealogy Bibliography of Articles by Robert W. Barnes
  • Recovering “Lost” Data on Your Computer by Ronald J. Leach
  • Gleanings from the Baltimore County Orphans’ Court Proceedings Part 4: 1805 by Allender Sybert
  • Research In Carroll County by Eileen A. Souza
  • Baltimore City Archives: Revival of the City Archives Program by Robert W. Schoeberlein
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Stronger Genealogical Skills -- Is It Primary or Secondary? The Meaning and Purpose of a Label by Jane F. Burgess
  • Genealogy Technology -- Using WiFi Safely on Your Computer by Ronald J. Leach
  • Genealogy Crossword Puzzle -- Maryland Military Service in the War of 1812 by Jane F. Burgess
  • Genealogy Quiz Answers by Jane F. Burgess
REVIEWS
  • Peden and Peden. Frederick County, Maryland, Marriage References and Family Relationships,1748–1800. By Robert Barnes.
  • Arthur. St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Baltimore, Maryland, Baptisms 1882–1915. By Allender Sybert.
  • Coldham. Maryland and Virginia Convict Runaways, 1725–1800: A Survey of English Sources. By Robert Barnes.
  • Hall. Early Landowners of Maryland. Volume 10: Cecil County, 1640–1710. By Robert Barnes.
  • Wright. New Castle County, Delaware, Marriage References and Family Relationships, 1680–1800. By Allender Sybert.
  • Skinner. Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland Volume XXXIV: 1765–1767. Libers: 41(pp. 194–end), 42 (pp. 1–173); Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland Volume XXXV: 1767–1768. Libers: 42 (pp. 174–end), 43 (pp. 1–140). By Robert Barnes.
  • Mills. QuickSheet: The Historical Biographer’s Guide to the Research Process; The Historical Biographer’s Guide to Finding People in Databases & Indexes; The Historical Biographer’s Guide to Cluster Research (the FAN Principle). By Robert Barnes.
  • McGinnis. Genealogy at a Glance: Virginia Genealogy Research. By Betty deKeyser.
  • Powell. The Everything Guide to Online Genealogy. By Robert Barnes.
 
VOLUME 53, NUMBER 3, 2012
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 53, no. 3, 2012 (In stock - $15.00)
 
FEATURE ARTICLES
  • Confederate Prisoners of War in Maryland: Records for Point Lookout Military Prison, 1863–1865 by John P. Deeben
  • Nicholas Fringer (died 1773): Identifying the Father of Migrating Settlers to Maryland by William W. Reynolds
  • The Case of Leathana (Sayer) Ball of Montgomery County: What Is in a Widow’s War of 1812 Pension File? by Jane F. Burgess
  • Matthew Travers: The Travers/Tolley Connections in the Old Hoopers Island Graveyard by Jacqueline Simmons Hedberg
  • James Pentland: Irish Immigrant, Baltimore Florist, Southern Sympathizer and Civic Leader by Gary B. Ruppert
  • Chancery-Equity Records in Maryland Genealogical Research by Jon Harlan Livezey
  • Somerset County Citations for Negro Apprenticeships November 1864 by Michael Hait

JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Stronger Genealogical Skills -- Resolving Conflicts from Direct Evidence: Identity and Dates of Marriage and Death by Jane F. Burgess
  • Genealogy Technology -- Using WiFi Safely on Your Computer, Part 2 by Ronald J. Leach
  • Genealogy Crossword Puzzle -- Transcriptions, Abstracts and Extracts by Jane F. Burgess
  • Genealogy Quiz Answers by Jane F. Burgess
REVIEWS
  • Arthur. St. Mary’s Govans Catholic Church, Baltimore, Maryland, Baptisms 1850–1882, Marriages 1850–1912, Cemetery Records. By Allender Sybert.
  • Arthur. St. Ann’s Catholic Church, Baltimore, Maryland, Baptisms 1873–1907. By Allender Sybert.
  • Skinner. Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland Volume XXXVI: 1768–1770. Liber: 43 (pp. 141– 463); Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland Volume XXXVII: 1770–1771. Libers: 43 (pp. 464–end), 44 (pp. 1–202); Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland Volume XXXVIII: 1771–1772. Liber: 44 (pp. 203–596). By Robert Barnes.
  • Deeben. Genealogy Tool Kit: Getting Started on Your Family History at the National Archives. By Allender Sybert.
  • Meyerink. Genealogy at a Glance: U.S. Federal Census Records. By Robert Barnes.
  • Humphrey. Genealogy at a Glance: Pennsylvania Genealogy Research. By Robert Barnes.
  • Publications Committee of the Prince George’s County Genealogical Society, Inc. Murray Funeral Home Records, Washington, DC, 1890–1912. Volume 1; Murray Funeral Home Records, Washington, DC, 1913–1925. Volume 2. By Allender Sybert.
  • Arnold. Kinship: It’s All Relative. By Robert Barnes.
  • Parker. National Society Sons and Daughters of Antebellum Planters, 1607–1861, Lineage Book I, 2011. By Robert Barnes.
 
VOLUME 54, NUMBER 1, 2013
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 54, no. 1, 2013 (In stock - $15.00)

FEATURE ARTICLES
  • John and Jemima Henderson Board of Maryland and Virginia: Identifying Migrating Ancestors by Isabelle Board Obert
  • District of Columbia Certificates of Death for Persons Who Died in Maryland: Study of the 1889 Records by Jane F. Burgess
  • Baltimore County Renunciations 1825–1829 by Robert Barnes
  • Nicholas1 Miller in Eighteenth-Century Baltimore, and His Descendants to the Fourth Generation by Helen Hinchliff
  • Research in Charles County by Joyce Burgess Candland
  • Gleanings from the Baltimore County Orphans’ Court Proceedings Part 5: 1805–1807 by Allender Sybert
COMMUNICATIONS
  • Letter to the Editor: -- Put It in Perspective: Opinion by Jon Harlan Livezey
  • Corrections -- Baltimore County Renunciations 1803–1825 by Robert Barnes
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Genealogy Crossword Puzzle -- Early Probate Records: The Maryland Prerogative Court by Jane F. Burgess
  • Genealogy Quiz Answers by Jane F. Burgess
REVIEWS
  • Skinner. Abstracts of the Testamentary Proceedings of the Prerogative Court of Maryland Volume XXXIX: 1772–1774. Libers: 44 (pp. 597–end), 45 (pp. 1–284); Volume XL: 1774–1775. Libers: 45 (pp. 285–end), 46 (pp. 1–212); Volume XLI: 1775–1776. Liber: 46 (pp. 213–end), 47 (pp. 1–96); Volume XLII: 1776–1777. Liber: 47 (pp. 97–end); Abstracts of Inventories & Accounts contained in Will Libers 3 & 5. By Robert Barnes.
  • Peden. Harford Homicides: Cases of Murder and Attempted Murder Committed by Men and Women Who Were “Seduced by the Instigation of the Devil” in Harford County, Maryland During the 18th and 19th Centuries. By Robert Barnes.
  • Miller. Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church Cemetery. By Allender Sybert.
  • Morris. A Low, Dirty Place: The Parole Camps of Annapolis, MD, 1862–1865. By Betty deKeyser.
  • Carmack. Genealogy at a Glance: American Cemetery Research. By Robert Barnes.
  • Thode. Genealogy at a Glance: German Genealogy Research. By Betty deKeyser.
  • Barkley. Genealogy at a Glance: Family History Library Research. By Allender Sybert.
  • Dobson. Scots on the Chesapeake 1621–1776. Revised Edition. By Robert Barnes.
  • McCartney. Jamestown People in 1800: Landowners, Public Officials, Minorities, and Native Leaders. By Robert Barnes.
 
VOLUME 54, NUMBER 2, 2013
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 54, no. 2, 2013 (In stock - $15.00)

FEATURE ARTICLES
  • Research in Prince George’s County by Patricia O’Brien Shawker
  • Five Months in the Life of a Baltimore Mariner: Thomas Litton’s Transatlantic Voyage, April–August, 1842 by Kenneth W. Heger
  • The Case of Martha Riley (died in Montgomery County, 1838): Using Evidence from a Judgment Record by Jane F. Burgess
  • Robert S. Allen (born in Virginia, 1848, died in Baltimore, 1926): Identifying Migrating Ancestors by Isabelle Board Obert
  • An African American Diggs Family of Prince George’s County: Issues Unique to Research of Enslaved Families by Michael Hait
  • Living and Dying in Baltimore County, 1659–1700: Part 1 of 2 by Robert W. Barnes
  • A Marylander Apart: The Untold Life of George Hay Ringgold (born in Washington County, 1814) by Pamela Loos-Noji
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Stronger Genealogical Skills -- Reading Handwriting in Old Maryland Documents: Brief Overview by Jane F. Burgess
  • Genealogy Crossword Puzzle -- War of 1812 Federal Pension Files by Jane F. Burgess
  • Genealogy Quiz Answers by Jane F. Burgess
REVIEWS
  • Peden. Maryland Prisoners Languishing in Gaol. Volume 1: 1635–1765. Maryland Prisoners Languishing in Gaol. Volume 2: 1766–1800. By Robert Barnes.
  • Skinner. Abstracts of the Debt Books of the Provincial Land Office of Maryland. Volume I. St. Mary’s County. Liber 39: 1753, 1754, 1755, 1756, 1757, 1758; Liber 40: 1759. Volume II. St. Mary’s County. Liber 40: 1760, 1761, 1762, 1763, 1764, 1765, 1766. Volume III. St. Mary’s County. Liber 41: 1767, 1768, 1769, 1770, 1771, 1773, 1774. By Betty deKeyser.
  • Anne Arundel Genealogical Society. Anne Arundel Speaks: The Newsletter of the Anne Arundel Genealogical Society. Volumes 1 to 38 (Jan 1975–Dec 2012). By Robert Barnes.
  • Anne Arundel Genealogical Society. Anne Arundel Readings. Volumes 6–10 (2003–2007). Volumes 11–15 (2008–2012). By Robert Barnes.
  • Bockstruck. The Name IS the Game: Onomatology and the Genealogist. By Allender Sybert.
  • Carmack. Genealogy at a Glance: Finding Female Ancestors. By Robert Barnes.
  • Croom. The Sleuth Book for Genealogists: Strategies for More Successful Family History Research. By Robert Barnes.
  • Hall. Early Landowners of Maryland. Volume 11: Dorchester County, 1655 –1710. By Allender Sybert.
  • Dobson. Directory of Scots Banished to the American Plantations, 1650–1775. Second Edition. By Robert Barnes.
  • Barroll. Ancestors of Lilian Kenly Humphreys. By Allender Sybert. 
 
VOLUME 54, NUMBER 3, 2013
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 54, no. 3, 2013 (In stock - $15.00)

FEATURE ARTICLES
  • Research in Harford County by Jon Harlan Livezey    
  • Finding the Parents of Richard T. Crouch of Kent County:  A Case  Study Using Indirect Evidence by Debbie Hooper
  • Accessing United States Census of Population Records Covering 1950 to 2000 by James P. Burgess 
  • Gleanings from Maryland Civil War Bounty Papers by Joseph L. Douglas, Jr.    
  • Two Voyages to Bremen: The 1798 and 1799 Voyages of the Baltimore Ship Hampton, by Kenneth W. Heger   
  • Living and Dying in Baltimore County, 1659–1700: Part 2 of 2 by Robert W. Barnes
  • Gleanings from the Baltimore County Orphans' Court Proceedings Part 6: 1807–1808 by Allender Sybert 
  • Civil War Envelopes of Maryland by James R. Miller                                               
COMMUNICATIONS
  • Corrections to the Index in the Journal 52 (3) (December 2011) for Identifying  Migrating Ancestors Case Study: Did James Stutson (Born by 1802) Live in Maryland and Ohio? by Jane F. Burgess                                                                        
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Genealogy Crossword Puzzle -- Maryland’s Civil War Bounty Program by Jane F. Burgess                 
  • Genealogy Quiz Answers by Jane F. Burgess         
REVIEWS
  • Arthur. St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, Baltimore, Maryland, Baptisms, 1834–1882. By Allender Sybert.
  • O’Neill.  Index of Obituaries and Marriages in the [Baltimore] Sun, 1886–1890.  By Robert Barnes.
  • Ports. 1804 Tax Assessment, Baltimore County, Maryland. By Allender Sybert.
  • Esgar. Somerset County, Marriage References and Family Relationships, 1666–1800. By Robert Barnes.
  • Wright. Kent County, Delaware, Marriage References and Family Relationships, 1680–1800. By Allender Sybert.
  • Hendrickson. Genealogy at a Glance: Civil War Genealogy Research. By  Robert Barnes.
  • Rose. Generations: The WPA Ex-Slave Narrative Genealogical Resource Database. Volume I:  Ex-Slaves with Virginia Origins. By Michael Hait.
 
VOLUME 55, NUMBER 1, 2014
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 55, no. 1, 2014 (In stock - $15.00), 188 pages

FEATURE ARTICLES
  • Pensions and Bounty Land Claims: Marylanders and the War of 1812 by John P. Deeben
  • The Tragic Voyage of the General Greene, April–May 1800 by Kenneth W. Heger
  • The Hush Family of Eighteenth-Century Baltimore County: Differentiating between Men with the Same Given Name by Helen Hinchliff
  • Documenting Marylanders in Bremen: The Baltimore Ship Olives January through April 1801 Voyage by Kenneth W. Heger
  • Early Maryland Naturalizations Revisited by Jane F. Burgess
  • Maryland Civil War Veterans in the GAR: Department of California by David C. Bailey, Sr.
  • Is It Perception or Reality?: Identifying the Children of Eliza Jane [Maddox] Scott of Baltimore by Kellie Scott Mullins
  • Baltimore County Administration Bonds: Part 1 of Liber 1, 1667–1776 by Robert W. Barnes
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Maryland Bible Transcriptions -- Bible of the Clarence Edgar Wilson Family from Baltimore by Christos Christou, Jr.
  • Stronger Genealogical Skills -- Forbidden Marriages in Early Maryland: Whom Can He Marry? by Jane F. Burgess
  • Genealogy Crossword Puzzle: -- Naturalizations in the Province of Maryland by Jane F. Burgess
  • Genealogy Quiz Answers by Jane F. Burgess
SIDELIGHTS
  • Conrad Hersh of Frederick County: Was He a Hush Family Member? by Helen Hinchliff
REVIEWS
  • Ports. Baltimore County, Maryland, Marriage Licenses, May 1, 1798 to February 11, 1815; Baltimore County, Maryland, Marriage Licenses, February 11, 1815 to April 30, 1823. By Robert Barnes.
  • Skinner. Abstracts of the Debt Books of the Provincial Land Office of Maryland: Charles County. Volume I: Calvert Papers: 1750; Liber 13: 1753, 1754, 1755, 1756; Liber 14: 1757. Volume II: Liber 14: 1758, 1759, 1760, 1761; Liber 15: 1762, 1763. Volume III: Liber 15: 1764, 1765, 1766; Liber 16: 1767, 1768, 1769. Volume IV: Liber 16: 1770, 1771; Liber 17: 1772, 1773, 1774. By Betty deKeyser.
  • Boyle. White Maryland Runaways, 1720–1762. By Robert Barnes.
  • Phillips. Without Indentures: Index to White Slave Children in Colonial Court Records [Maryland and Virginia]. By Robert Barnes.
  • Foertschbeck. German Catholic Parishes of Maryland and Pennsylvania. By Allender Sybert.
  • Ports. Baltimore County, Maryland, Trader and Ordinary Licenses, 1830–1832. By Robert Barnes.
  • Morgan. Genealogy at a Glance: Ancestry.com Research. By Robert Barnes.
  • Jones. Mastering Genealogical Proof, National Genealogical Society Special Topics Series, No. 107. By Jane F. Burgess.
  • McMahon. A Week of Genealogy: Things to Know and Do Online and Offline. By Robert Barnes.
 
VOLUME 55, NUMBER 2, 2014
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 55, no. 2, 2014 (In stock - $15.00), 196 pages
 
FEATURE ARTICLES
  • George  Davidson  at  the Battle of Bladensburg: Why Did He Run from the Scene of Battle? What Happended Next? by Helen Hinchliff
  • The Distinguished Life of Colonel James Almony after His 1812 Court-Martial by Christos Christou, Jr.
  • Genealogical Treasure in a War of 1812 Pension File: Treadwell Family by Jon Harlan Livezey                                                                                                     
  • Ran Off or Carried Away: Maryland Slaves Who Came into the Protection of  British  Forces  during  the War of 1812 by Maya Davis                                                                   
  • Identifying John C. Clements, War of 1812 ‘Old Defender’ Correcting Misleading Information by Rebecca Whitman Koford            
  • Baltimore County Administration Bonds:  Part 2 of Liber 1, 1667–1776 by Robert W. Barnes                                                            
  • Gleanings   from   the  Baltimore  County  Orphans’ Court Proceedings Part 7:1808–1809 by Allender Sybert
COMMUNICATIONS
  • Letter to the Editor: The George Hay Ringgold Family Revisited by Pamela Loos-Noji                                                                         
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Maryland Bible Transcriptions -- Henry L. McNamara of Dorchester County Family Bible by Christos Christou, Jr.                          
  • Genealogy Crossword Puzzle -- Glossary of Some Genealogy Words by Jane F. Burgess                                                            
  • Genealogy Quiz Answers by Jane F. Burgess                                                                        
 
REVIEWS
  • Barnes. Baltimore  County   Marriage   Evidences   and  Family  Relationships,1659–1800. By Betty deKeyser.       
  • Wright. St.  Mary’s   County,  Maryland,  Marriage  References   and   Family Relationships, 1634–1800. By Robert Barnes.  
  • Peden and Peden. Charles  County,   Maryland,   Marriage  References  and Family Relationships, 1658–1800. By Robert Barnes.
  • Headley. Northern  Neck  Wills, Inventories & Other Records,  1800–1825: Probate, Estate, Guardianship & Chancery Records for  the Virginia Counties of Westmoreland, Richmond, Northumberland & Lancaster. By Robert Barnes.       
  • Skinner. Abstracts   of   the  Debt  Books  of  the  Provincial  Land  Office  of  Maryland. Prince George’s County. Volume I.  Calvert Papers:  1750, Liber  33:  1753, 1754, 1755.  Volume II.  Liber 33: 1756, 1758. Liber 34: 1759, 1760, 1761. Volume III. Liber 34: 1762, 1763-4,1765. Liber 35: 1766.  Volume IV: Liber 35: 1767, 1768, 1769, 1771, 1772. By Betty deKeyser.
  • Elliott. Genealogy at a Glance: Court Records. By Robert  Barnes.
  • Dolan and the Editors of Family Tree Magazine. The Family Tree Guidebook  to  Europe:   Your   Essential   Guide  to  Trace  Your Genealogy in Europe. By Allender Sybert.
  • Ziegler. Harlots,   Hussies    &    Poor    Unfortunate    Women:    Crime, Transportation & the Servitude of Female Convicts, 1718–1783. By Betty deKeyser.   
VOLUME 55, NUMBER 3, 2014
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 55, no. 3, 2014 (In stock - $15.00), 196 page
 
FEATURE ARTICLES
  • Edward Simmons of Dorchester County and His Descendants by Jacqueline Simmons Hedberg 
  • The Baxter  Family:   Linking  Generations  from  Pennsylvania  to Maryland by Rebecca Whitman Koford
  • Confirming the Place of Origin and Identity of German Immigrants: A Baltimore Case Study Using German Church Records by Druscilla J. Null
  • Identifying the  Father  of  Adam Houshalter Junr  from Washington County in 1778: A Case Study Using Direct and Indirect Evidence by Jane F. Burgess
  • Baltimore County Administration Bonds: Part 3 of Liber 1, 1667–1776 by Robert W. Barnes     
  • George Davidson: Did He Really Head for Indiana? by Helen Hinchliff
  • St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church of Baltimore City: Burial Records 1849–1850 and 1859–1861 by John Siemon 
  • Marylanders in the War of 1812: Buried in the Congressional Cemetery by James P. Burgess                                                       
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS                                                                   
  • Genealogy Crossword Puzzle -- Maryland and the French and Indian War by Jane F. Burgess           
  • Genealogy Quiz Answers by Jane F. Burgess                                                                                                                                     
REVIEWS
  • Esgar. Queen   Anne’s   County,   Maryland,    Marriage    References and Family Relationships, 1706–1800.  By Robert W. Barnes.
  • Ljungstedt. The County Court Note-Book, Volumes I – X, and Ancestral Proofs  and  Probabilities, Numbers 1 – 4.  By Robert W. Barnes.
  • Board   for   Certification   of    Genealogists.   Genealogy  Standards. 50th Anniversary Edition.  By Jane F. Burgess.
  • Garrett. New   Castle   County,  Delaware,  Land  Records,   1777–1785. By  Allender Sybert.
  • Hamilton.  Northampton County, Virginia, Census Records,  1820–1840.  By Allender Sybert.
  • Ports. Genealogy at a Glance: Maryland Genealogy Research.   By  Robert W. Barnes.
  • Morgan. Genealogy  at  a Glance: FamilySearch.org Research.  By  Robert W. Barnes.  
  • Mitchell.   Genealogy   at   a   Glance:     Scots-Irish   Genealogy   Research. By  Robert W. Barnes.