Current Issue of The Journal: Contents

VOLUME 57, NUMBER 3, 2016
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 57, no. 2, 2016 (In stock - $15.00 members/$17.00 non-members)
 
FEATURE ARTICLES
  • Charles Pierpoint, 1720–1785, Friend of Baltimore County:  Disowned for Marrying His First Cousin by Helen Hinchliff
  • Identifying Mrs. Abner H. Fox of Baltimore Affected by a Perilous Explosion in 1901:  A Case Study Using Aggregated Evidence by Jane F. Burgess
  • Patrick McAtee, Uncle and Nephew:  Who Died When? by Dann M. Norton
  • Record of Baptisms of the Summerfield Circuit of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1844–1872 by Robert W. Barnes
  • Gleanings From the Baltimore County Orphans’ Court Proceedings, Part 10:  1812–1814 by Allender Sybert
BIBLE RECORDS
  • Buck/Hiss Family Bible Records by Seely Kenny Foley
  • Hollifield Bible Records by William Hollifield
  • Henry M. Hutson Family Bible by Rev. Christos Christou, Jr.
  • Thomas C. Collins, Jr. Family Record  by Rev. Christos Christou, Jr.
  • Upshur Family Bible Records by Russell A. Rahn
JOURNAL DEPARTMENTS
  • Photographs: Stephen Lauer’s Photographs by Nancy Waters Lauer
  • Genealogy Crossword Puzzle and Solution by Jane F. Burgess
REVIEWS
  • King. St. Martin Roman Catholic Church, Baltimore, Maryland, Baptismal Records, 1867–1915. By Robert W. Barnes
  • Peden. Family Cemeteries and Grave Sites in Harford County, Maryland. By Robert W. Barnes
  • Marshall. Prince George’s County, Maryland, Land Records, 1752–1757, Liber NN. By Allender Sybert
  • Simmons. Index of Anne Arundel County, Maryland, Death Certificates, 1840–1920. By Robert W. Barnes
  • Hatcher. Locating Your Roots:  Discover Your Ancestors Using Land Records. By Allender Sybert
  • O’Donnell. Washington’s Immortals:  The Untold Story of an Elite Regiment Who Changed the Course of the Revolution. By John Trezise
  • Ports. Genealogy at a Glance:  North Carolina Genealogy Research. By Allender Sybert
  • Jacobson. History for Genealogists:  Using Chronological Time Lines to Find and Understand Your Ancestors. By Betty deKeyser