Maryland Genealogical Society
Maryland Genealogical Society
MGS Online Data
The Maryland Genealogical Society has a variety of online data and databases. These include:
 
► MGS General Database (see search box at bottom of the page) - This database includes a number of record collections (mostly church records). If you are not logged in as a member, your search results will provide only basic information. To view the details, including the source of each result, you must sign in as a member. Consult the list of records included in the database to learn the scope of what's available and our FAQs about using the search function.
 
 
 
► Maryland Members' Ancestry Project (Md-MAP) - Md-MAP is a database of the Maryland ancestry of current and past MGS members. The information is being obtained from paper pedigree charts that have been submitted to the Society over the past 40 years and from electronic files submitted by current members. Md-MAP is a work in progress, but already contains information on almost 85,000 individuals. While Md-MAP is only accessible to members in our Members Only section, anyone can review the cumulative list of surnames in the database.
 
► First German United Evangelical Church Photographs - This Members Only collection includes several church anniversary books, a timeline of FGUEC history, and photographs of confirmation classes, congregation members, and pastors dating from the 1910s through the 1990s. The identities of pictured individuals are noted for some of the photos. 
 
►  Trinity Lutheran Cemetery (Baltimore) Removals (Members Only)
 
►  Church Records Not Included in General Database (Members Only) - These records include First German United Evangelical Church (Baltimore) Burials 1864-1884 and 1889-1919 and Saint Paul's Fifth German Reformed Church (Baltimore) burials 1889-1919.
 
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