Colonial Maryland Naturalizations

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Genealogical Publishing Com, 1975 - Reference - 104 pages
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The chief interest in this work rests with the naturalizations in Part III, which were compiled from Maryland's Provincial Court documents in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Between 1742 and 1775 upwards of 1,000 naturalizations were granted in Maryland. Data in the naturalization records presented here includes the identifying number of the record, date of naturalization, date of communion, volume and page of the Provincial Court Judgments, name, county or town of residence, nationality, church membership, location of church, and witnesses to communion. Place names, clergy, and parish locations are identified in the appendix.
 

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INTRODUCTION
EXPLANATORY NOTES
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DENIZATIONS GRANTED BY THE COUNCIL
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NATURALIZATIONS GRANTED BY ENACTMENT OF PRIVATE LAWS
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NATURALIZATIONS GRANTED UNDER STATUTES 13 GEORGE II c7 AND 20 GEORGE II c44
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