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An American Family History

Maryland Settlers

 
People Date  
Transport of servants 1674 Ship Batchelor
 
 
 
 
Plantation Location Remarks
Timberneck    
Cheney's Delight Prince George's County, current Washington County November 21, 1738, Charles Cheney granted a warrant for 100 acres
Cheney's Hazard Anne Arundel County Granted to Richard Cheney on the May 30, 1663, 100 acres
Cheney's Hill Anne Arundel County  
     
     
 
 
 
 
Church Date  
     
Seating William & Mary Parish 1752  
     
 
 
 
 
Military Date  
Chaplin's Muster    
Fendall's Rebellion    
     
     
 
 
 

 

The first European settlements in Maryland were made in 1634 when English settlers created a permanent colony.

 

Name Lived In Remarks
     
Barnes Charles County  
Beard Anne Arundel  
Beddenfield Anne Arundel  
Bonner Charles County  
Bowles Charles County  
Brandt    
Briscoe Charles County  
Burgess    
Carr    
Cheney Anne Arundel  
Clarke, Robert    
Clark, Richard    
Cole Baltimore County went to Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania
Compton    
Cornish Anne Arundel  
Cutchin    
Dent    
Dorsey    
Douglas Charles County  
Duvall    
Gaither    
Gifford    
Godfrey    
Greenberry    
Groome, Ann b. 1676    
Groome, Ann b. 1640    
Gundry    
Hanson    
Harbart Charles County  
Harmer    
Harris Charles County  
Heard Charles County  
Howard    
Ijams    
Jones Anne Arundel  
Land Charles County  
Lynes    
Maxwell    
McDugle    
Morris    
Neale    
Nicholson Anne Arundel  
Pattison    
Pheypo    
Puddington Anne Arundel  
Rawlings    
Ricketts    
Ridgely    
Robins Anne Arundel  
Savary    
Smith Charles County  
Smoot    
Spry    
Stimpson Anne Arundel  
Story    
Theobald Charles County  
Thompson    
Warfield    
Wilson    
Yowkins Charles County  

 

 

Maryland was established with religious freedom for Catholics. The colonial economy was based on tobacco cultivated by Africans who had been enslaved.

 

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