This section lists associations from Howard to Mount Savage giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The association was established in 1976 by people wishing to preserve and research their family history.
Their aims are to promote and encourage interest in family history and genealogy, to preserve and collect genealogical records, and to help local libraries wishing to develop their genealogical collections.
The Society has begun to transcribe information written into Family Bibles.
Many publications are available for sale, which includes a book entitled Selected Genealogical Resources in the Howard County Historical Society Library which contains details of articles that appeared in The Family Tree for 1994-1996.
These articles include:
Indexes available on the site include:
Indexes sold by the society include:
The association was established in 1936, its aims being to collect and preserve documents and artefacts relating to the history of Kent County, and to make these publicly accessible through their research library and museum.
Many resources can be accessed in their Library, which include:
It is also possible to peruse their on-line catalogue.
Publications available for sale include:
Links to other sites you may find of use are also available.
Also listed under Delaware.
The society was established in 1944, its aims being to collect and preserve the histories of Montgomery County and its citizens.
Many resources can be accessed in Jane C. Sween Library located at Beall-Dawson Historical Park, Middle Lane between N. Adams St. and N. Van Buren St, Rockville, which include:
Resources also include:
You can search through their collection using their online catalogue.
They also have an artefact collection, which includes:
The association has an index of Allegany Co. Marriages 1865-1873 on their site, along with information relating to the history of the area. A Message Board is operated by the society.