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|Recent Website Updates:
Completed, updated 1850 Mortality Schedule
WORLD WAR II ARMY & ARMY AIR FORCE DEAD & MISSING CASUALTY LIST - transcribed & submitted by Peggy
Biographies: Elderdice, Hering, Hoppe;
Deaths: 1850 Mortality Index
News-Marriage: DENWIDDIE-BOLANDER, STARR-RINEDOLLAR, LONG-ARMOR, BEVER-SCHILDT
Death Notice: Daniel Boyle, Abraham Coppersmith
1883 Pensioners List - transcribed by Sharon Witt
Obit - Mrs. Jane Longwell
News - Marriages: HENDRIX-MURRAY
Death Notice: John G. Grohp
KOONTZ-FEASER marriage; Miscellaneous News Item for CARROLL
Obit for CULP
Marriage Announcement for SWOPE-BOYLE
Carroll County was created in 1837 from parts of Baltimore and Frederick Counties
It was named for Charles Carroll of Carrollton (1737-1832), signer of the American Declaration of Independence.
Its county seat is Westminster
Westminster (incorporated 1818)
Taneytown (incorporated 1836)
Sykesville (incorporated 1904)
Manchester (incorporated 1834)
New Windsor (incorporated 1843)
Union Bridge (incorporated 1872)
Hampstead (incorporated 1888)
Mount Airy (incorporated 1894)*
*(This town is partly in Carroll County, partly in
Frederick County, Montgomery County and Howard County.)
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