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Cities and Towns

Marriages

Court Records

Obituaries

 Recent Website Updates:
January 2018
Obit: Joseph B. Conrad
Misc News: 1868 Misc News
News-Accidents: Hoflins Family Deaths and Hawkins Brothers Accident while Digging Grave



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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