Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence and letters to and from Dr. Abercrombie (1879-1963) requesting information on family names: Corbin, Winans, Scott, Waters, Brown, Barclay, Gordon, et al. Papers of Dr. Abercrombie.
Appleby family papers
This collection contains the papers and photographs of the Appleby family of Maryland, along with related families of Shield, Ball, Welby, Martin, Irving, and Culver. Included are correspondence, poetry, genealogical notes, miscellaneous papers, and photographs, circa 1830-1980.
Banks family manuscript collection
Barroll family letters
Miscellaneous group of family correspondence including Civil War letters of Kent County; family genealogical data is included.
Bowie family collection
This collection contains the business papers and letters of the Bowie family of Maryland 1898-1936. Handwritten copies of Bowie genealogical data and data of related families dating back to 1500s are also included.
Chapman family papers
The material in this collection ranges in dates from 1744-1969. Most of the material consists of deeds, leases, bonds, loans, papers of the family, and the letters and papers of Mrs. Lottie Chapman Antrim dealing with her search for proof of Revolutionary War soldiers who were ancestors. There is also a history of the Principio Company, a history of the Mt. Paran Church, and two original copies of the sale of negro slaves.
Clayton-Evans family papers
The collection consists of documents related to the Clayton-Evans families of Eastern Maryland and Northern Delaware.
Hepbron-Jackson family papers
This collection contains correspondence, farm records, wills, deeds, financial records and a genealogical compilation of family history related to the Hepbron and Jackson families of Kent County, Maryland and Loudon County, Virginia, circa 1677-1958.
Hopkins-Harvey family papers
This collection contains the correspondence, diaries, and memorabilia of the Hopkins and Harvey families of Maryland
Joseph L. Hughes collection
This collection contains primary source material collected by Joseph L. Hughes to further his interest in the study of Harford County history, many of which were the basis for talks given by Hughes on occasion, and for articles appearing in various local newspapers.