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DATA

Biographies

Military Records

Cemeteries

Schools

County History

Land Records

Births

Newspaper Data

Churches

Wills and Probate Records

County Records

 Census Data

Cities and Towns

Marriages

Court Records

Obituaries

 Recent Website Updates:
September 2016
News-Crimes: Mortimer Cunningham Arrested

December 2015
: 1776 Census
November 2014: Bios, Births, Cemeteries, Cities, History, Land, Marriages, Military, Newspapers, Obits, Schools
November 2014: WORLD WAR II ARMY & ARMY AIR FORCE DEAD & MISSING CASUALTY LIST
March 2014: Military: 1883 Pensioners List - transcribed by Jackie McCarty
November 2010: CUNNINGHAM bios; will for GRIFFITH; PACA death; bio of Rev. War soldier Thomas Reed
July 2010: County Records for the MAKEMSON Family
June 2010: NEVILL death notice
April 2010: Medical Society Community News Item
Rebruary 2010: ANDERSON bio
August 2009: Crime news item
June 2009:List of CHURCHES; Some marriages/births at St. John's Episcopal Church; Early Court Records; Founding Members of Harford Baptist Church; WEBSTER biography
January 2009: SILVER obit
October 31, 2007: 1775-1780 Marriage records
Biographies; Harford Baptist Church Members


Harford County was formed in 1773 from the eastern part of Baltimore County. It contains Tudor Hall, birthplace of Abraham Lincoln's assassin, John Wilkes Booth. Harford County also hosted the signers of the Bush Declaration, a precursor document to the American Revolution.

The county was named for Henry Harford (ca. 1759-1834), illegitimate son of Frederick Calvert, 6th Baron Baltimore. Harford was the last Proprietary Governor of Maryland, but did not inherit his father's title because of his illegitimacy.

 

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