FREE AFRICAN AMERICANS
MARYLAND AND DELAWARE
The Maryland research was made possible by the generous policy of the Maryland Archives which provides microfilm copies of its records on loan or for purchase at very reasonable prices.
Thomas Ford Brown shared research and insight.
LIST OF FAMILY HISTORIES
Adams Allen Anderson Annis Anthony Armwood Atkins Atlow Banks Banneker Bantum Bardley Barrett Barton Bass Bates Bean Beavin Beckett Beddo Bentley Berry Bishop Black Blake Boarman Bond Bone Boon Boston Boswell Boteler Bowser Brady Brenning Brown Bryan Bryant Buckwell Buley Burke Burton Butcher Butler Caldwell Cambridge Cann Cannady Cannon Carney Carr Carroll Carter Carty Case Chambers Churb Clark Clayton Cole Collick Collins Combest Conner Consello Cook Cooper Cornish Cox Crawley Creek Cromwell Cunningham Curtis Davis Dawson Day Dean Delaney Devan Dobson Dodson Dogan Donaldson Douglas Dove Downs Driggers Dublin Duffy Dulaney Dunlop Durham Dutton Easter Easton Elbert Ellis English Ennis Evans Farmer Farthing Fisher Flamer Flames Fletcher Ford Fortune Fountain Fowler Francisco Friend Frost Game Gannon Gates George Gibbs Grace Graham Grant Graves Gray Grayson Green Greenwood Griffin Grimes Grinnage Guy Hall Hamilton Hanser Hanson Harding Harmon Harris Harrison Hawkins Haws Haycock Heath Hicks Hill Hilton Hinton Hodgkin Hodgskin Holland Holly Holmes Holt Hopkins Horner Howard Howe Hubbard Hughes Hunter Hynson Impey Jackson Jacobs Jefferys Johnson Jolley Jones Kelly Kersey King Knight Lacount/ Lacompt Lamb Lantern/ Lanthron Lawder Lawrence Lee Lenkins Lett Lewis Longo McDaniel McDonald Madden Magee Mahoney Malavery Mallory Marshall Mason Massey Matthews Mayhew Mead Miller Minor Mitchell Molluck Monk Moore Morris Mortis Mosely Mungar Munt(s) Murray Myers Nailor Nelson Newman Nichols Norman Norris Norwood Okey Oliver Osborne Overton Owens Palmer Parker Parkinson Parsons Peck Pennington Penny Perkins Perle Phillips Pickett Plowman Plummer Poulson Pratt Press Price Pride Proctor Prout Puckham Quander Queen Ray Reardon Redding Reed Rhoads Ridgeway Risner Roach Roads Roberts Robinson Rogers Rollins Ross Rounds Russell Rustin Sammons Sampson Saunders Savoy Scott Shaver Shaw Shepherd Shorter Sisco Skinner Smith Smither Smothers Sockum Sparksman Spearman Spencer Stanley Stevenson Stewart Street Strickland Summers Swann Taylor Thomas Thompson Tills Tippett Toney Toogood Trout Turner Upton Valentine Verdin Walker Wallace Wansey Ward Waters Watson Webster Wedge Welch Wilkins Wilkinson Williams Willis Wilson Wise Wiseman Wood Woodland Woodward Wright Young Younger
Loose papers at the county courthouse
Federal census records for the state. Page number is for the printed version of the census in 1790 and the microfilm of the original for all other years. MdHR Maryland Hall of Records MSA Maryland State Archives M804, M805 Microfilm copies of the Revolutionary War Pension files at the National Archives
Order book for the county court of pleas and quarter sessions
Orders, Wills W&cO
Wills, etc. Orders
Note that free African Americans are identified by printing their family names in bold except in their own family history.
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