Found in 114 Collections and/or Records:
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.
The Charles Ridgely papers contains papers pertaining to Captain Charles Ridgely, 1733-1790; his nephew and heir Charles Carnan Ridgely, 1769-1829; Charles Carnan Ridgely's son John Ridgely, 1792-1867; John's father-in-law (and distant relative) Nicholas Greenberry Ridgely, 1771-1829; and John's son Charles, 1830-1872.
This collection contains the administrative and financial records of the Child Study Association of Maryland as well as documents related to activities of the society. These records provide a clear picture of the functions of both the overseeing organization and the individual chapters.