Maryland -- History -- War of 1812
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
The Baltimore Defenders' Association record book contains a list of members of organization who were veterans of the Battle of Baltimore, Sep 1814, with notations of dues paid and prescribed. Also includes memoranda on some members' occupations and addresses.
This collection contains a record book of the 5th Maryland Militia, known as the Baltimore Independent Blues. Spanning the years 1811-1823, the volume contains the constitution for the company, regulations concerning parades and uniforms, meeting resolutions, records of court martials, and lists of commissioned and non-commissioned officers.
Orderly book of Baltimore group attached to the 5th regiment, Maryland Militia, commanded by Captain Samuel Sterett; contains muster rolls, morning reports, guard details, and provisions returns during service with U.S. Army from Aug 19, 1814-Nov 18, 1814. Book kept by Henry P. Sumner, 3rd Sargeant.
Col. John Berry was a decorated artillerist who served at the Battle of Ft. McHenry during the War of 1812. This is a collection of his papers, certificates, correspondence, and family history. The collection also includes a letter to Major General Winfield Scott.
This collection contains the papers of Joshua Barney and his descendants. This includes correspondence, financial documents, land records, business papers, military service records, and more.
The Dyer Family Manuscript Collection, ontains genealogical notes, documents, a journal and postcards of the Dyer Family of Maryland. The collection also contains documents of the Fells Point Rifle Company, commanded by Captain William B. Dyer, which was involved in the defense of Fort McHenry during the Battle of North Point.
The Harris-Sterett-Winder-Darrell manuscript collection consists of correspondence, legal documents, diaries, newspaper clippings, compositions, stock shares and bank notes accumulated by the four interrelated Maryland families
The McHenry family papers consists of correspondence written by James McHenry (1753-1816), his wife Margaret Caldwell McHenry (1762-1833), and their son John McHenry (1791-1822). Also included are John McHenry's military commissions as an officer during the War of 1812.
The papers in the Mitchell-Stump-Maxwell-Magraw family papers span 75 years, from 1806 to 1881. The materials consists of correspondence, commonplace books, recipe books and sketches, which have been arranged within the framework of five series by family and chronologically.