Current Issue of The Journal: Contents

VOLUME 58, NUMBER 1, 2017
MARYLAND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL Vol. 57, no. 2, 2016 (In stock - $15.00 members/$17.00 non-members)
African Americans in Maryland During World War I, by Zaakira L. Sadrud-Din
Montgomery County Servicemen Who Died During World War I Revisited:  Understanding Sources, by Jane F. Burgess and James P. Burgess III
Writing Home to Maryland in World War I, by James R. Miller
Baltimore in World War I, by Robert W. Barnes
World War I Pathfinder, by Michael Dormer
Using World War I Troopship Records, by Dr. William J. Sheleski
Andrew Graham Cleghorn, A World War I Memoir, by David A. Powell
A Look at the Service of William Henry Lathe in World War I, A Soldier of the 313th Infantry, “Baltimore’s Own,” by Gloria Gibson Day
Lieutenant James W. Kenny, Using the Internet to Develop a Service Record of a World War I Soldier, by Seely Kenny Foley
Frank Bartow Waters, Sr., World War I Soldier, Georgia, Florida, Maryland, by Nancy Waters Lauer
Examples of World War I Registration Cards
     William Rockel
    Charles Edward Oler
    World War I 115th Infantry Training Camp Photos, Location Unknown
    Do You Recognize Any of These Soldiers?
    World War I Poster
Letter to the Editor
Genealogy Crossword Puzzle and Solution
    Maryland and World War I, by Jane F. Burgess
McMahon, Researching Your U. S. WWI Army Ancestors, by John M. Siemon
Peden, Harford County, Maryland, Divorces and Separations, 1823–1923, by Robert W. Barnes
Peden, Genealogical Gleanings from Harford County, Maryland, Medical Records, 1772–1852, by Allender Sybert
Marshall, Prince George’s County, Maryland, Land Records, 1757–1759, Liber PP, by Robert W. Barnes
Skinner, Abstracts of the Debt Books of the Provincial Land Office of Maryland. Dorchester County, by Allender Sybert
Boyle, “Much Addicted to Strong Drink and Swearing,” White Pennsylvania Runaways, 1769–1772, by Robert W. Barnes
Bockstruck, American Settlements and Migrations: A Primer for Genealogists and Family Historians by Allender Sybert