5 edition of Ward families of Maryland found in the catalog.
|Statement||William Neal Hurley, Jr.|
|Series||Our Maryland heritage ;, bk. 30|
|LC Classifications||CS71.W26 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 175 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||2002283675|
Ward Family: Descendants of William Ward, Who Settled in Sudbury, Mass., in ; With an Appendix, Alphabetically Arranged, of the Names of the Families That Have Intermarried with Them (Classic Reprint) by Andrew Henshaw Ward. Starting at $Price Range: $ - $ A A full blood Cherokee of the Wolf clan, whose name may have been Na-ni. Her first husband, Kingfisher, of the Deer clan, was the father of her first two children; Catherine and Fivekiller. in a battle with the Muskogees, Kingfisher was killed and his wife, who had been laying behind a log, chewing the bullets so that they would lacerate the more; picked up his rifle and fought as a.
Description. Many of the early settlers came from the West Midlands in England, although the Maryland families were composed of a variety of European nationalities, e.g. French, Irish, Welsh, Scottish, Swedish, in addition to English.. Maryland was uniquely created as a colony for Catholic aristocracy and gentry, but Anglicanism eventually came to dominate, partly through influence from. Mr. Hurley's Our Maryland Heritage Series continues with this book, which investigates the Waters Families, being principally the descendants of John Waters (c. ). The family descendants are primarily from Montgomery and Frederick Counties in Maryland, but they also include numerous references to the family found in other counties of.
Ward Family Association. Ward Family History and News. A family club for all descendants of Ward families. Welcome to the official homepage of the Ward Family Club, a national family organization devoted to gathering and preserving the heritage of ALL Ward families in America. This is the main purpose of our club. In the southern part of the United States (Dixie), most of the Ward families are. Ward - Historical Sketches and Records of the Elleman and Ward Families and their Progenitors and Descendants. Births/Deaths/Marriages (July ) Washington - Laurence Augustine Washington and Mary Dorcas Wood Washington Waymire - Waymire Family Webb - The Webb Family () Welden - Welden, one of the oldest Families in Souabe Welden.
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William N. Hurley Jr. has 54 books on Goodreads with 22 ratings. William N. Hurley Jr.’s most popular book is Ward families of Maryland. The Wards of Maryland provides all kinds of interesting details when available such as occupations, personal belongings, military service and legal proceedings.
The author points out that in the Ward families of Montgomery and Frederick counties a number of lineages appear to be involved, including German and : William N. Hurley. Being primarily the records of John Ward of Charles Co., Md. (immigratedd. ), his wife Damaris, and 6 of their children: Mary Ward, John Ward Jr., Thomas Ward, James Ward, Henry Ward and Catherine Ward.
Our Maryland Heritage, Book The Ward Families - William Neal Hurley, Jr. This thorough investigation of the Ward family by William Hurley, one of Maryland's most prolific authors of genealogy, begins with James White Ward, a Revolutionary War veteran born in and the father of Ignatius Pigman Ward, whose three sons then contribute the remaining family history.
"The Coe Families of Maryland and Virginia" (Columbus, OH: ), 2 Vols., pages. Winner of the Maryland Historical Society Parker Prize as the best published work on Maryland family history.5/5(3).
Early Ward families of western Maryland and the District of Columbia. Daytona Beach, Fla. ( S. Peninsula Dr., Daytona Beach ): R.D. Smith, - (OCoLC) Ward family; descendants of William Ward, who settled in Sudbury, Mass., in by Ward, Andrew Henshaw, Publication date Topics Ward family (William Ward, d.
) Publisher Boston, S. Drake Collection newyorkpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor New York Public Library LanguagePages: MGS is pleased to announce the online launch of the ongoing Baltimore City Marriage Licenses () Index project. This Members Only index is designed to help you find/identify ancestors who obtained Marriage Licenses in Baltimore City in the subject time period.
When complete, the index will include names and dates fromindex cards in the Maryland State Archives Record Series. Ward family history of Virginia [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, This copiously documented volume sheds new light on one of the earliest families to settle in Virginia, that of Captain William Tucker of London, and on a number of allied families whose progenitors figured in the early history of the Virginia and Maryland colonies.
William Tucker arrived at Jamestown in on the Mary and James. He was an original stockholder in the Virginia Company of s: 2. The early Ward families of Southern Maryland by Ralph D. Smith,R.D.
Smith edition, in English. The ancestors of the Ward family migrated to England following the Norman Conquest of The surname Ward is for a guard having derived from the Old English word ward, meaning guardian or watchman. Early Origins of the Ward family.
The surname Ward was first found in Northampton, where they held a family seat from ancient times, and the first on record was Osbert de Varde of Givendale in.
Colonial Families of Maryland II includes Ward (Source: Genealogical Publishing Company and Clearfield Company) ($) Emma Frances Ward biographical note (Source: Five College Archives & Manuscript Collections) Frederick. Our Maryland Heritage, Book 30 The. Colonial Virginians and Their Maryland Relatives: A Genealogy of the Tucker Family and Also the Families of Allen, Blackistone, Chandler, Ford, Gerard, Harmor, Hume, Monroe, Skaggs, Smith, Stevesson, Stone, Sturman, Thompson, Ward, Yowell, and Others - Ebook written by Norma Tucker.
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Abstract. This collection consists of the personal and family correspondence, diary (), orderly book, official documents, accounts, receipts, and other papers of Artemas Ward of Shrewsbury, Mass., Revolutionary War general and member of the Continental Congress, together with personal and official papers of Nahum Ward concerning his duties in local offices of Shrewsbury, correspondence of.
I have this book called, "Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Volume 8, by Henry C. Peden, Jr. & F. Edward Wright, Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, Second printing, " The following families are included in this book.
If you do have connections to any of these families, I will scan the pages of that particular family for you, but. Ward is a popular name of both Old English origin and Old Gaelic origin. The two names are completely unrelated, with one being ethnically Germanic and the other being ethnically Celtic.
English Wards The Old English name derives from an occupational surname for a civil guard/keeper of the watch, or alternately as a topographical surname from the word "werd" ("marsh").
Format: Book; LOC call number: CST89 ; Published: Baltimore, Md.: Reprinted with errata for Clearfield Co. by Genealogical Pub. Co.,c Ward Family History. Sponsored by the Ward Family Club. Welcome to the Ward Family Club's History section, devoted to history of all the different Ward families.
Obviously, all the Ward families in the America are not related because this name became a common "occupational" name in Britain. WARD - Cornelius - MD - VA? - MA? By Susan Rager Febru at In Woodrow T. Wilson's book, "Thirty Four Families of Old Somerset County, Maryland," (Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, Inc., ), on p he writes: "Cornelius Ward:.
How many of you have ancestors that moved to Kentucky from Maryland during the immigration of families to the counties of Washington, Marion and Nelson – and, also, Scott County and Breckinridge County, as I have recently discovered?
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