Found in 63 Collections and/or Records:
This collection primarily contains the incoming correspondence of Dr. John Paul Cockey (1796-1859) as well as some incoming and outgoing correspondence of Mordecai Gist (1743-1792). Also included is Cockey family genealogical data and a copy of a memoir of Brigadier General Mordecai Gist.
The Cohen family collection contains correspondence between several family members regarding several topics including civil rights, genealogy, and Fort McHenry. The materials in the collection are dated from 1818 to 1945.
This collection consists of the Dickinson family history dating back to 1334 in Cheshire, England. It includes a handwritten transcript of the history, copies of land records from the Talbot County Courthouse 1684-1709, 2 scrapbooks with death notices of the family and other miscellaneous clippings 1893-1918.
Wills, deeds, letters, from 1680-1810, relating to Digges real estate in Maryland and Virginia; other family affairs. Included is a letter of Bishop John Carroll (1735-1815) to Daniel Carroll of Duddington (1696-1751) dated 1802, and papers of Thomas Attwood Digges. Genealogical materials relating to Digges, Brent, and Attwood families.
Contains newspaper clippings related to the life and career of Douglas H. Thomas, Sr. (1847-1919). The clippings document Thomas’ involvement in Baltimore politics, his banking career, and his interest in American history and genealogy, as well as obituaries for his family, friends, and colleagues. Documents related to the sale of enslaved woman Martha Ann “Patty” Atavis and the Whitridge family, such as copies of John Whitridge’s will, are also included in the collection.