Found in 47 Collections and/or Records:
Anne Arundel County land papers collection
This collection contains papers relating to land transactions in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, including plats, patents, grants and deeds.
Baltimore City and County land records collection
This collection contains documents relating to the sale of properties and land in Baltimore City and County.
Baltimore County land papers manuscript collection
This collection contains plats, surveys, deeds, rental contracts, and court case documents concerning land in the Baltimore County area.
Baltimore land records collection
This collection contains deeds and leases for land in Baltimore City and County.
Banks family manuscript collection
Blackford-Grove-Mayer family papers
This collection consists of family papers of the various branches of the Blackford family of Washington County, Maryland, 1767-1984
Buzby family manuscript collection
This collection contains land deeds, leases, inheritance documents, and a letter pertaining to the Buzby family of Baltimore, 1850-1923.
The papers in this collection are divided into three groups, the Anna Ella Carroll papers, the Cradock family papers, and the Jensen family papers, dating 1738-1968. This container list provides the portion of the collection that has been microfilmed. Each item has a subsequent microfilm identifier that has been included in a "General" note.
Chapman family papers
The material in this collection ranges in dates from 1744-1969. Most of the material consists of deeds, leases, bonds, loans, papers of the family, and the letters and papers of Mrs. Lottie Chapman Antrim dealing with her search for proof of Revolutionary War soldiers who were ancestors. There is also a history of the Principio Company, a history of the Mt. Paran Church, and two original copies of the sale of negro slaves.
Cornelius Howard papers
This collection contains material related to Baltimore County land owners and surveyors Cornelius Howard (1706-1777) and his son, Cornelius Howard II (1755-1844). These materials are dated from 1659 to 1853.