Annual Membership in the society is $15 for individuals, $20 for families and Life membership for $100 with proof of age over 50.  Meetings are held at the LDS Family History Center, 199 North Place, Frederick, MD, at 7 PM on the 4th Tuesday of each month except for July, August and December.  301-698-0406 is the phone number for the Family History Center.

FRECOGS mailing address:   FRECOGS, Post Office Box 234, Monrovia, Maryland, 21770-0234

FRECOGS officers:
Al Werking, President, 8212 Greenvale Drive, Frederick, MD 21702 (301) 662-2621
Vice President Please Volunteer
Susan Tucker, Secretary, 10809 Lake Square Ct, New Market, MD 21774 (301) 865-1963
Jim Hammond, Treasurer, 8105 Runnymeade Dr, Frederick, MD 21702 (301) 694-0815
Judith L Elmer, Member at large, 1319 Danberry Dr, Frederick, MD 21702
Member at large Please Volunteer
Trudie Davis Long, Newsletter, 8213 Mapleville Rd, Mt Airy, MD, 21771-9713, (301) 831-5781

CONTENTS
21    Editor’s note
21    Exchange journal and society information
23    Member Highlights (New and Renewal, cards submitted, new in the library)
25  Notes on the Ancestry of Charlotte Mercer Poole Marquam by Rick Morgan
34    Abstract
36    Books, magazines, services
36    Queries
38    Binkley family history continued from February Newsletter

EDITOR’S NOTE

“Want to thank the officers and officials of Frederick County Courthouse for the tour last month (Jan96) Very informative. If I had more time available and did not live so far I would volunteer. Thanks for doing such great work! R Gary Roop”

Want to make an impact?  We still have 2 vacant officer positions that don’t require much effort. Input is needed to maintain the society.  Remember-no input/participation or suggestions/volunteers = no speakers/meetings = no FRECOGS.

EXCHANGE JOURNAL AND SOCIETY INFORMATION AND NOTICES

Families of Fayette County is the name of the new Quarterly from the Fayette Co, PA Society that was listed as an exchange journal in the Feb96 FRECOGS newsletter. Vol 2 #1 has articles on Thomas Ward, curly headed carpenter and Ichabod Ashcraft.

The Prince George’s Co Gen Soc will meet Weds 3 Apr 1996 at 7 PM in the Greenbelt public library, 11 Crescent Rd, Greenbelt, MD. Speaker will be Ron Walker US Park Service to present an update on the Civil War Soldier Project.

The Winter 1996 issue of the Genealogical Society of Page Co, VA newsletter continued their history of their “Whitehouse: Page County’s most Noted Landmark” and includes the Surname Index for 1996.

Introduction to basic African American Genealogical research: 5 Tuesday class sessions 16 Apr-14 May 7:30-9:30 taught by Margo Williams 310\588-0850 at the LDS FHC, 10000 Stoneybrook Dr, Kensington, MD. $40 for members of the Genealogy Club of Montgomery Co and $50 for nonmembers. Register by 8 April 301\340-6534. Fees to be sent to MCHS, 111 W Montgomery Ave, Rockville, MD 20850-4212

The Mid Atlantic Germanic Society Spring meeting will be held at Blob’s Park, Jessup, MD, 27 Apr 1996, at 8:45 am. Speakers John W Heisey and John T Humphrey. New members: $35 includes first years dues. $5 late fee after 15 Apr, price includes meals. Send checks to Mid Atlantic Germanic Society c/o Joan W Sheviak, 3519 King Arthur Rd, Annandale, VA 22003-1316

NEHGS and the Newberry Library are having a Joint Conference 7-8 Jun 1996 at the Newberry Library, 60 West Walton St, Chicago, IL 60610-3380.  $75 to attend $10 late fee after 17 May with a check payable to NEHGS and sent to NEHGS-Newberry Library Joint Conference, Education, Dept, NEGHS, 101 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116-3007. Speakers: Anthony Hoskins, David T Thackery, Jerome E Anderson, Jane Fletcher Fiske, Gary Boyd Roberts, Stephen Kyner, Helen S Ullmann.

The Generator of St Mary’s County Genealogical Society, Inc for Jan/Feb 1996 has an article on Augustus Rhoades Sollars (1814-1862).

Our Mock cousins have a homepage. The address is http//www.cybergate.com/~rmoore/mock.html   For assistance the Mock Family Historian suggests you send e mail to Ron Moore the group moderator at rmoore@cybergate.com or Jake Mauck the postmaster at jakemauk@ix.netcom.com   The newsletter editor Barbara Dittig’s address is bdittig@aol.com  The index for Vol 4 (1995) is at the FHC.

New England Summer Conference for genealogists 12-13 Jul cosponsored by Connecticut Society of Genealogists at the Hartford Marriott Hotel at Farmington, CT. For more info write the New England Summer Conference, Education Dept, NEHGS, 101 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116-3007

A Conference for the Nation’s Genealogists is to be held in Rochester, NY 14-17 Aug 1996 sponsored by the Federation of Genealogical Societies and hosted by the Rochester Genealogical Society. FRECOGS has one copy of their 15 pg syllabus. Full registration postmarked by 1 Jul 1996 is $95. Registration is to be sent to ” FGS/RGS Conference”, PO Box 830220, Richardson, TX 75083-0220.

Northampton County An Important Gateway to the West, Joint Conference 20 Apr 1996 in association with the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania to be held at the Simon Center, Lafayette College, Easton, PA.  $40 for members; $45 for non-members.  For info contact the Genealogical Society of PA, 1300 Locust St, Philadelphia, PA 19107-5661. Phone 215\545-0391; fax 215\545-0936.

1996 Calendar of events:  Monocacy National Battlefield, 4801 Urbana Pike, Frederick, MD 21704 301\662-3515 Web site: http.//www.nps.gov/mon/mo_visit.htm
April 13-14 Hearthside Sampler
Find out how food was prepared during the outdoor cooking demonstration presented by costumed interpreters, including cooking a chicken in the ground.
May 4-5 Frederick and the Civil War
Nearly 10,000 people inhabited Frederick, MD int he 1860’s. What personal events were disrupted by    the passing armies. Discover this and join a game of rounders (19th century baseball).
June 1-2 Down in the Valley
The Valley campaign of the Summer of 1864 under Jubal Early and how it differed from the Valley Campaign of Stonewall Jackson in 1862.
July 13-14 Marylanders at Monocacy (Battle Anniversary Commemoration)
A park volunteer describes his great grandfathers participation the Battle of Monocacy, a canon-firing why this was a brother vs brother war.
August 3-4 Medical Weekend
Visit the doctor and hear about the medical problems he encountered during the mid 19th century and how soldiers were cared for on the battlefield. Remember-broken limbs were frequently ‘cured’ by amputation.

MEMBER HIGHLIGHTS (New and Renewal, surname cards submitted, new in the library)

BERNS, Bonnie REMSBURG,     29383 160th St, Glidden, IA 51443  REMSBURG, PALMER
DAVIS-LONG, Trudie, 8213 Mapleville Rd, Mt Airy, MD LONG in Frederick Co, MD; DAVIS in Granville     Co, NC; BOGER/BOGAR and MOTHERSHEAD/SHED anywhere, LANTZ, OTTO, HYDE, SMELSER, WEAVER, SMITH, BEST post 1800 Carroll Co, MD
DIXON, Joan M, 2806 Cabin Creek Dr, Burtonsville, MD 20866, BIGGS, BROOKE, DIXON, HINEA,     KALDENBACH, KNAUFF, MARTIN, OGLE, SHAFFER
EPPERLY, John M, 5414 Gainsborough Dr, Fairfax, VA 22032 EBERLE, EPPERLY, SAURS/SOWERS
HAGENESS, MariLee Beaty,     3916 Bramble Rd, Anniston, AL 36207-7004 BEALL, BELT, LUCAS,     SPRIGG, HALL, BEATY/BEATTY, MURPHY, WEEDON, EVANS, NUTHALL, COX, FELTON, TWADDLE, SWICKARD
MILLER, Vicki L MARKS, 604 Ravenswood Dr, Hagerstown, MD 21740 MILLER, MARKS, SMITH,     LEWIS, STOTTLEMYER, DUSING, FORREST, DUBEL, TOMS, STUMPER, Henry SMITH
RAY, Hilma W, Apt. 10, 2 Sandy Spring Ct, Thurmont, MD 21788
ROOP, R Gary, 4003 Underwood St, Hyattsville, MD 20782 ENGLER, ROOP, LANDIS,             GEIMAN, NORRIS    TRIPLEET/TRIPLETT
SIX, G Helen, 13 Norva Ave, Frederick, MD 21701 COLLIFLOWER, WELLER, SIX
STUCKEY, Linda, One West Newhaven Cir, Madison, WI 53717-1052
THOMAS, Judith J, PO Box 177, Keedysville, MD 21756
TOMS, Richard M, 300 Chapel Ct #321, Walkersville, MD, 21793         TOMS, EYLER, YOUNG, WOLFE     Carroll Co, MD
WALTERS, Mary, 402 N 9th St, Las Vegas, NV 89101 BARTON,         COLLIFLOWER, MOSER,             TROXELL

Change of address
MCCALLUM, Jr, Daniel, 5681 Barberry Ct, Frederick, MD 21703-7192
WILLIE, Ernest L, 305 Gardenia Rd, Venice, FL 34293

Surname Cards  for Linda F Stuckey, One west Newhaven Circle, Madison, WI 53717-1052
GROTHY/GROTHEE/GROPHY, Amelia Mollie b 3 Nov 1850 York, PA Seven Valley, PA or MD. d/o     Charles & Amelia both b GER; d 12 Oct 1928 Appleton, WI; m Charles F DEEG 1868/9 Frederick, MD area (he b 14 Mar 1848 GER; d 11 Sep 1931Appleton, WI) Ch: Emma m Albert BAKER; Henry; Charles, Jr; Aaron John 7 Feb 1884; Clarence F 6 Dec 1889; Harry/Harvey Edward 12 Mar 1892; Bertha V m Carlton GRISHABER 1895; Clifford Frederick 20 May 1896; John Robert 30 Apr 1898; Laura/Marjorie ca 1898, and two others unaccounted for. With the exception of the 3 eldest, the fam relocated to Appleton, WI ca 1900.

Surname Cards for Edith M Kupsco, 19034 N. Welk Dr. Sun City, AZ 85373-1049
BAILE, Peter b 1747; Mary b 1795. Peter m Mary Catharine HAINES b 1751
GREENWOOD Joseph b 11 Jan 1751; Philip b 25 Jul 1783 m Mary BAILE 18 Oct 1813 b Dec 1795;     Abraham b 30 Jul 1821 m 2 Jun 1846 Caroline Savilla SHUEY b 13 Jan 1825; Abraham and Caroline had 15 ch; Lavina m Resin Franklin Lee KITZMILLER.
HAINES Michael b ca 1725; Catharine b ca 1751 m Peter BAILE
KITZMILLER John b 15 Oct 1734; John b 26 May 1765; Jacob 1773; Magdalen 1775; Martin 1783;     John m 1760 Anna Maria SHRIVER b Jan 1745
KITZMILLER, John b 27 May 1765; Samuel b 10 May 1790; Mary b 24 Mar 1792; John m Ann Elizabeth     DEWALT b 26 Sep 1767
KITZMILLER, Samuel b 10 May 1790; Sarah Elizabeth b 13 Mar 1818; Elizabeth b 1824; Hiram John b     29 Mar 1827; Christian b 5 Mar 1829; Ellen Jane b 25 Jan 1832; Caroline 20 Mar 1834; Abdiel b 26 Sep 1837; Henry b 20 Dec 1841; Samuel m 6 Jun 1817 Catharine FINKMAN/FINKBOHN b 8 Jun 1799
KITZMILLER, Hiram John b 29 mar 1827; Laura Virginia b 21 Dec 1852; Samuel Thomas b 15 Nov     1855; Resin Franklin Lee b 14 Jul 1862; Hiram John m 16 Dec 1851 Ann Caroline FRANKLIN b 1 Aug 1831
SAMPLE, John b ca 1732; Eva Rosann b ca 1756 m Daniel SHUEY b ca 1743.
SCHILLING, Benedictus m Barbara HOFFMAN; Mary Martha m Daniel SHUEY.
SCHWEIGART, Adam b ca 1724; Adam b 17 May 1749 m Mary; Catharine b 2 Aug 1778 m John     SHUEY.
SHUEY, David 27 Feb 1800 m Catharine; Caroline Savilla b 13 Jan 1825 m Abraham GREENWOOD b 30     Jul 1821.
SHUEY, Daniel b ca 1679 m 24 Jan 1702 Judith L’AVENANT b ca 1682; Daniel b 19 Apr 1703 m 1725     Mary Martha SCHILLING b ca 1703; Daniel b ca 1743 m Eva Rosanna SAMPLE b ca 1756; John b ca 1778 m Catharine SWEIGART b 2 Aug 1778.

Surnames for GATES, Nancy E, Rt 1 Box 221, Waverly, WVA 26184
BAKER, BARNHOUSE, BRAMAN, BROWN, BUCHANAN, G/JARRETT, HAUGHT, HIGGINS, HARE; JACKSON, LITTLETON, MOORE, O’NEIL, PRIBBLE, ROSS, SLOCUM, SMITH, TENNANT, WEEKLEY. Italics lived in Maryland.

Surname Cards for Karen Crowley, 501 California St, El Segundo, CA 90245-3213
GILBERT, Margaret C 1852-1927 d/o John W & Rachel GILBERT, m 1867 Thomas M V NORWOOD s/o     Belt M & Sarah Ann DAY NORWOOD
HILLEARY, Osborn b 11 Apr 1759 Princes Georges Co, MD-d after 1838 Fayette Co, PA s/o Wm &     Margaret CRABB HILLEARY m #1 Elizabeth PURDY d/o Wm PURDY 30 Apr 1783 Frederick Co, MD, m #2 Eleanor KING
HOBBS d bef 1785 m ca 1770 w/o Belt NORWOOD
NORWOOD, Belt b bef 1755 d after 1800 s/o James & Mary BELT NORWOOD m #1 Miss HOBBS & #2     Sarah GAITHER
PURDY, Elizabeth d bef 1809 d/o Wm PURDY m 30 Apr 1783 Frederick, MD Osborne HILLEARY
WINDSOR, Catherine b ca 1807 d aft 1870 Frederick Co, MD m 9 Nov 1827 William George YINGLING.
YINGLING, William George b ca 1803 d 1881 Frederick, MD m 9 Nov 1827 Frederick, MD to Catherine WINDSOR.

NEW IN THE LIBRARY

Clover/Ambrose: Two Centuries of Family History; Over One Century Ago. “1690-1890” Solomon/Orris Family History Vol 1 written by Frank and Judy Solomon. Submitted by Mrs Judy “Orris” Solomon, 449 Woodmont Rd, Johnstown, PA 15905

ABSTRACTS

In 1959 Jacob Mehrling Holdcraft recorded 78 stones as existing in the old Lutheran Church Cemetery behind the Fire Hall in Brunswick in Frederick County. Today only 48 have been found by David McIntosh. If you know anything about the missing stones please call David McIntosh at 834-5221. (Coalition Courier, PO Box 1533, Ellicott City, MD 21041)

Son Looking for biological mother and father. Born 2/12/65 named Roger Wayne, last name unknown. Given up for adoption at young age in Washington Co. Call 540\775-0855, or write 7400 Rixey Road, King George, VA 22485. Please call or write. (The New Paper, February 1996)

Local addresses for researchers:
Brunswick Railroad Museum, 40 West Potomac St, Brunswick, MD 21716 301\834-7100
Buckeystown Historical Society, Nancy Bodmer, PO Box 163, Buckeystown, MD 21717  301\662-0777
Carroll County Historical Society, 210 East Main St, Westminster MD 21157 410\848-6494, Open Tues-    Fri 9:30-4:00; Sat 9-12 Noon {they close for lunch-TDL}
Frederick Civil War Round table Ed Dishman PO Box 4101, Frederick, MD 21705 301\253-4961
Friends of Monocacy Battlefield Brian McNeill, PO Box 4101, Frederick, Md 21705 301\698-9338
Historic Sites Consortium, Liz Shatto, Coordinator, 19 East Church St, Frederick, MD 21701 301\663-    8687
Middletown Historical Society, PO Box 294, Middletown, MD 21769 Open May-Oct Sun 2-5.
New Market Historical Society, Ed Rossig, Jr, PO Box 33, New Market, MD 21774 301\865-3319
South Mountain Historical Society, 3 East Main St, Burkettsville, MD 21718 301\834-7851
Urbana Historical Soc, 8540 Fingerboard Rd, Frederick MD 21704 Meets 1st Wed of each month at 7 pm     in the Hampton School (corner of Park Mills Rd & Rt 80)
Washington County Historical Society, 135 West Washington St, Hagerstown, MD 21740 301\797-8782 Open Wed-Fri 1-4; Sat 2-5 Library Mond & Fri, 9-4 pm, Wed 12-4 pm
(Historical Society of Frederick Co, Inc Newsletter Feb 1996)

A new Tennessee law makes it easier for adopted persons 21 years of age or older to acquire copies of their papers previously sealed by the courts. It also applies to the adopted persons’s parents, siblings, lineal descendants or legal representative. Fees vary. Persons making requests need to be specific as possible about the service requested. For further info: Adoption Services, TN Dept of Human Services, 400 Deaderick St, Citizens Plaza Building, Nashville, TN 37219.  (“Anserchin'” News The Tennessee Genealogical Society Winter 1995)

John Philip Dern a 44 year resident of San Mateo Co, CA died on 7 Nov 1995. He was 79. He was born on 28 Jun 1916 in Fargo, ND. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa in history from Stanford University in 1937 and from Stanford Business School, in 1939. As an officer in World War II, he participated directly in the build up of English air bases in preparation for D-Day.
He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Dagmar L Dern of Redwood City; his brother, James R Dern of Canajoharie, NY; his daughter Martha Vercoutere of Redwood City; and his son James A. Dern and his grandson Michael F Dern of Hillsborough. Services were held on 19 Nov 1995 {there is a copy of remarks by his son Jim if anyone wants to read it-TDL} Memorial contributions to the No Cal Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, NCA, Scholarship Group, 851 Kenyon Ave, San Leandro, CA 94577.
FRECOGS readers will know Mr Dern as the co author with Mary Fitzhugh Hitselberger of Bridge in Time the complete 1850 census of Frederick Co, MD; co author with Grace L Tracey Pioneers of Old Monocacy: the early settlement of Frederick Co, MD and co author with M Marjorie Waidner of Rauenzahner to Routson A Family on the Move. (Helen Six)

Ancestors will be a 10 part television series to be broadcast by PBS, and currently in production by KBYU television. The series features Jim and Terry Willard who discuss different concepts of genealogy with experts. An award winning graphics team provides stunning and compelling visual sequences for the 10 episodes that start with the beginning principles of genealogy.
The series, now in production is only partially funded. You can contribute to the success of Ancestors in a number of ways:
1) Make a financial contribution to the series production and community education fund. Ancestors c/o KBYU Television, 2000 Ironton Blvd, Provo, UT 84606
2) Create a partnership with your local PBS member station to sponsor local genealogical activities in your community when the series is aired.
Visit us on the World Wide Web at http://kbyuwww.byu.edu/ancestor.htm for production updates.
(National Genealogical Society-Nov/Dec 1995)

I am very interested in the people in the Clear Spring area as I am sure some are probably distant cousins. My maternal 4th great-grandfather was William BEGOLD/BEGOLE who lived nine miles west of Hagerstown from as early as 1778. He then went west with some of the family and then moved to New York state in about 1806.
John, his oldest son, married Nancy Covenhoven/CONOVER/CROWNOVER/etc. John moved to and died in Darke Co, OH in 1851. nancy’s Aunt Polly married Jonathan Nesbitt, Sr. Another aunt, Betsy married Thomas Smith. A third aunt, Ruth, married James Prather.
John Begold had a brother named Upton. He was listed as a butcher in Clear Spring in the 1850 census. He apparently died between 1850 and 1860.
Even my Miller ancestors did not live a great distance from Clear Spring. My 3rd great grandfather, William Miller 1785-1851 lived in Frederick Co, MD and gave the name to Miller’s Bridge which carries Rt 77 over the Monocacy River (Used to be…Clear Spring Dist. Historical Ass, PO Box 211, Clear Spring, MD 21722)

No. 96-0218-CV in the circuit court for Frederick Co, MD Monroe W Stull Jr and Carolyn Jane Stull, 7125 Fish Hatchery Rd, Frederick, Md 21701 plaintiff vs unknown heirs, personal representatives, devisees and descendants in interest of Elias A Groshon, Thomas Picking, Mary Waltman and Daniel Fundenburg all deceased defendants. Order of Publication
The Object to the complaint…(is to remove) the cloud upon the title of the Plaintiff and that the Court shall declare that the Plaintiff has a good, marketable, fee simple, title to the property…That the plaintiffs have caused a survey to be prepared by Gary Castle & Associates…showing lots 80, 79, 78, an alley and a portion of Lots 40, 41, 42 and 43 property owned by Farms & Mechanics National Bank.
That the plaintiffs were under the impression that their house was located upon Lot 79, however, that upon the survey being prepared, it was determined that the house was located on Lot 80, for which the Plaintiffs do not have a deed in their names and that a portion of a Morton building as shown on the aforesaid Plat is on a portion of Lot 78, which they do not have a deed for, that the home located on lot 80 known as 7125 Fish Hatchery Rd is a log cabin home and has been in existence for over 100 years on said property and after examination of the title, it has been determined that said property was deeded from Peter BRENGLE, sheriff for Frederick County to Elias A. GROSHON by Deed dated Feb 15 1833 and recorded in Liber JS 42, Folio 282, one of the aforesaid Land Records
That Lot 78 was conveyed by George RICE, Sheriff for Frederick Co to Thomas PICKING by Deed dated Mar 20 1846 and recorded in Liber WBT 3, Folio 494, one of the aforesaid land records.
The 20′ paper alley as shown on the aforesaid plat is a portion of the plat of Lewistown as shown in Exhibit 1, which was originally part of the land conveyed to Daniel FUNDENBURG by Frederick FLORE, by deed dated Apr 1 1815 and recorded in Liber TB 1, Folio 530, one of the aforesaid Land records.
That in Exhibit C aforesaid, said F & M National Bank, Trustee conveyed a portion of Lots 40, 41, 42 & 43 to the plaintiffs herein which the said Daisy M STULL had obtained in a deed from I Mary STALEY dated 2 Apr 1954 and recorded in Liber 529 folio 249, …however, in a deed prior thereto from Mary E WALTMAN to Parsons NEWMAN, dated 8 apr 1930 and recorded in Liber in Liber 374, folio 190,…failed to include lot 40, however, in a prior deed to Mary E WALTMAN from William A WALTMAN dated 6 Jul 1895 and recorded in Liber JLJ 16, folio 135, …which refers to a deed for description set forth in deed to Wm A WALTMAN dated 5 Apr 1864, from John W JACKSON and Amanda C JACKSON, his wife recorded in Liber JWLC 1, Folio 484 ….said description refers to lots in the Town of Lewistown known as lots 40, 41, 42, & 43 thus the aforesaid Liber 374 folio 190 mistakenly did not refer to Lot 40. (The Mirror, Wedns Feb 28 1996, Frederick Co, MD)

BOOKS, MAGAZINES, SERVICES

Kreps Bookbinding, a traditional hand bindery offering a full line of bookbinding services, restorations, deacidification and encapsulation. 725 Piketown Rd, Harrisburg, PA 17112  717\540-5404

ELIJAH, Inc (electronic libraries, indexes, journals and histories) 1160 South St, Suite 110, Oren, UT 84058. 1-800\847-2890  offers electronic media sources for research.

Ancestral Quest 2.0 includes multimedia features. It is list priced at $49.95 and currently being shipped. It supports Windows 95, Windows 3.1 and NT. Most picture formats are supported including .bmp, .dcx., .gif, .jpg, .tga, .tif, .pcx, as well as Kodak Photo CD. Available on 3.5 in floppy and Cd-Rom, the software requires 2MB hard disk space; 2 MB RAM; EGA; SVGA graphics, mouse or compatible pointing devise and one 3.5 high density floppy drive or CD-ROM drive. To take full advantage of the multimedia features suers will need a PC-compatible sound/video capture card or scanner. Contact: Chad Hill/Len Fernandes, Hill/LF Communications, 510\945-7910 or 510\538-8916 or lenf@hooked.net

QUERIES

LINT: Looking for information on the LINT family in the Apples Church Records. Patsy Hardesty Sutton PO Box 516, Mount Hope, KS 67108-0516

PRATHER: In an effort to apply for membership in the Daughters of American Colonists, I am seeking info on Thomas M PRATHER, b 1673 Calvert Co, MD d 1712 in Prince George Co, MD. He was a Colonel in the Frederick Militia, in another source he was a Colonel of the Kings Forces in MD. Bobbie Harvey Middleton, 801 3rd St, Bay City, TX 77414-5816

MARDERS/MARDES/MARDEES: Seeking info on MARDERS/MARDES/MARDEES or a variation there of. They would be in the area that later became Washington Co, MD and were from King George Co, VA. Betty Beard, 205 Shady Lane, Turnersville, NJ 08012

BEALL: I need the will of Mordecai BEALL. Audra Wayne, 268 Willow Lane, Wheeling, WV 26003

OGLE: Samuel E OGLE b ca 1820 married Savilla ?RECK.  Their oldest ch John Peter was chr at Middletown on 30 Dec 1857. In 1850 the family lived in Carroll Co, MD before moving to Darke Co, OH 1852-1856. Lisa D Mitchell, 5-B Pine Cove, Mt Laurel, NJ 08054

BRANDENBURG, DIEBLER, RIFFLE, SCHMIDT:  Researching the origins of Andrew RIFFLE of Dutch descent, b c a 1730 and wife Elizabeth DIEBLER. They arrived near present day Masontown, Fayette Co, PA in Sept 1765. Since Conrad BRANDENBURG indentured his dau Barbara, 1741, to pay for her passage, it is possible that the Riffles also arrived in the 1740’s. Known too is that Philip SCHMIDT who lived in the 1750’s near Antietam Creek, Frederick Co,  moved in 1769 near the riffle settlement in PA, in part because he heard a Lutheran ch had formed there.Jane Hand Neault, 1114 Dunbarton Ln, Lexington, KY

ALBAUGH, BECKWITH, HOLSAPPLE, MAYNARD, NORRIS, SCOTT. Researching all NORRIS of Western MD, esp William NORRIS (1739-1767) who was m twice. Also working on all HOLSAPPLE  in Frederick Co, MD Corinne H Diller, 8443 Sonneville Dr, Houston, TX 77080-3638

CONDON, GRIMES, HOOD, WILLIAMS   Will exchange info on any HOOD fam of MD particularly Thomas Hood b ca 1810 nr Woodville, Frederick Co, MD and d aft 1891 possibly at Sykesville m #1 Catherine (Kitty) GRIMES 30 Dec 1829 and #2 to Virginia ca 1861-1869. Jesse N WILLIAMS b ca 1818 Frederick Co, MD m Jane CONDON 24 Feb 1845 in Carroll Co, MD Tom C Martinet, 82 Hummingbird Ln, Cabot, AR 72023

KRISE/GRIESS: My KRISE/GREISS ancestors arrived from Holland around 1750 at Philadelphia and settled in Frederick, MD. David KRISE was b in MD in 1797. His father, George, appears to be in Adams Co, PA by 1810. George is not in Filby’s Index. William John Shepherd, 1629 Parkridge Circle, 128, Crofton, MD 21114

HARPER, MCKEE, WAUGH: Thomas MCKEE m Susanna WAUGH, dau of John Waugh; they died in the 1840’s in Emittsburg, MD. Their son, Washington Joseph d 1891 in KS, he m Sarah Jane HARPER, dau of John Harper. Looking for further information on these families. Karen Weber, 151 N Fox Run Ln, Byron, IL 61010

BOROFF, COSE/COZE: Valentine BOROFF m Margaret COSE/COZE in Frederick Co, MD 24 Mar 1794. Looking for info on this family.  Angie Hoschouer, 30 Brussels Ave, Englewood, OH 45322-2803

FISHER, PORTER: Researching Sally P FISHER b Sept 1875 in Frostburg, MD d 1915 in Washington, DC, dau of George C and Margaret PORTER Fisher of Point of Rocks. George C was the son of George W Fisher b in Point of Rocks ca 1833 and died Jun 1901 in Washington, DC.  Marion A Smith, 12118 Fillmore St, Spring Hill, FL 34609

SLUSS, SPILLMAN: Researching SLUSS and SPILLMAN ancestors whose descendant Adam SLUSS the husband of Polly H SPILLMAN/SPIELMAN was born in Maryland. Vernon Wilhelm von der Heydt, 8020 Bellerive Dr, St Louis, MO 63121

Any info on MILLER, MARKS, Henry SMITH, LEWIS, STOTTLEMYER, DUSING, FORREST, DUBEL, TOMS, & STUMPER  of  Frederick Co, MD & Frederick Co, VA . Vicki L Marks Miller, 604 Ravenswood Dr, Hagerstown, MD 21740

PEDDICORD, WILLETT: I am looking for info on my ancestor Allen B PEDDICORD/PEDDECORD b 1790 m 18 Dec 1810 in Montgomery Co, MD to Catherine WILLETT (Widow JONES). Allen B was the son of Jasper Peddicoat & Rebekah BELT.  Pat Peddecord, 1141 Burrus, Wichita, KS 67207-3624.

WEST, THOMPSON: Researching family of Nancy WEST sometime called Ann West lived in Liberty Dist (Mt Pleasant) in 1850. Her Ch were Francelia, George W, Elizann, Mariah, Oliver. I believe Nancy was bu at Johnsville Beaver Dam Cem, b 14 Feb 1801-Aug 1887. Sometimes her ch listed their last name as THOMPSON. Margo Foreman, 2129 Wainwright Ct #BD, Frederick, MD 21702

BINKLEY RESEARCH RECORD by Bridget McCartney Rogier