Maynard Family Papers 1732-1911, MS. 2049

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Maynard Family Papers, 1732-1911
Maryland Historical Society
 
 

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Maynard Family Papers, 1732-1911
Maryland Historical Society

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Descriptive Summary

Maynard Family Papers, 1732-1911

MS 2049

Maryland Historical Society

Baltimore MD 21201-4674



Container List

1777 Feb. 4

Extract of deed from John Hall to Nathan Maynard for land in Frederick Co. (also have copy of full deed) (for “Middle Plantation”)

1779 April 29

Deed between Christian Stoner of Frederick Town and Benjamin Maynard of Frederick Co. for land in that Co. (for “High Germany”)

1783 Oct. 8

Deed between Elizah Beatty and Susanna Maynard of Frederick Co. for land there (for “Middle Plantation”)

1784 June 18

Extract of deed between John Hall and Samuel Duvall for land in Frederick Co. (“Middle Plantation”)

1786 Feb. 2

Deed to Jacob Champer of Frederick Co. (for “Jacobs Studdy”)

1786 Oct. 25

Warrant of resurvey granted to Nathan and Susanna Maynard of Frederick Co. (for “Middle Plantation”)

1786 Dec. 12

Depositionsof Upton Sheridine, Daniel Richards, and Nathan Maynard at the Court of Frederick Co. relative to a dispute between Thomas Maynard, Sr. and William Cumming (concerning resurvey of “Land of Valleys”)

1788 Aug. 14

Extract of Deed between Samuel Duvall and Jacob Champer for land in Frederick Co. (for “Johnsons Chance”)

1790?

Deed between Thomas Cramplin of Montgomery Co. and Richard Cramplin of Prince Georges Co. for land in Prince Georges (for “The Resurvey of Disappointment”)

1791 March?

Deed between Thomas Maynard and Nathan Maynard of Frederick Co. for land there (“Nathans Undertaking”)

1795 April 13

Plat and certificate of Nathan Maynard's part of “Nathans Undertaking”

1795 April 14

Deed between Thomas Maynard and Nathan Maynard of Frederick Co. for land there (“Nathans Undertaking”)

1795 June 1

“Mrs. Sheridine's Prayer” (on the back of this sheet are numerous miscellaneous notes)

1797 March 21

Patent for resurvey to Jacob Champer of Frederick Co. (for “The Finishing Stroke,” “The least said is the soonest mended,” “Colloden Wall,” “Johnsons Chance,” “Middle Plantation,” “Jacobs Studdy”)

1798 June 30

Extract of deed between Richard Bennet Hall and Michael Ashford Dowden for land in Montgomery Co. (for “Saint Thomas”)

1801 Nov. 17

Extract of deed between William Campbell and Isaac Richardson for land in Frederick Co. (“Middle Plantation”)

1802 August 1

L. Browning to Rev. James Higens (talks of plans for a [UNK] meeting)

1804 Aug. 1

Certificate that William Marvan “was this day...unanimously called out to preach the everlasting gospel....”

1805 Aug. 3

Solomon Higgins (Easton, Md.) to? (business and personal news)

1808 Feb. 20

Solomon Higgins (Easton, Md.) to James L. Higgins (near Liberty Town, Frederick Co., Md.) (comments on the effect of the Embargo of the Farmer and family news)

1808 April 23

Solomon Higgins (Easton, Md.) to Mrs. Sophia Higgins (apologies for not visiting)

1810 May 14

Extract of deed between Jacob Champer and Christian Champer for land in Frederick Co. (“the least said is the soonest [UNK]” and “Colloden Wall”)

1812 March 10

Deed between Nathan Maynard and Thomas Maynard of Frederick Co. for land there (“Halls Choice”)

1817 April 7

Certificate of Survey by Mahon Seedman, Philadelphia

1818 Nov. 8

Valuation of real estate of Thomas Maynard and Elizabeth Maynard by the Orphans Court of Frederick Co.

1819 Oct. 21

Stephen N. Dawson (Russleville, Logan Co., Ky.) to John A. Chiswell (Montgomery Co., Md.) (comments on agriculture, economic situation, religious conditions, and family news)

1820 Aug. 5

Receipt of payment from Joseph N. Chiswell to J. Howard (for postage)

1821 Nov. 12

Stephen N. Dawson (Russleville, Logan Co., Ky.) to John A. Chiswell (Montgomery Co., Md.) (comments on family news and conditions in Ky., particularly the religious atmosphere and economic situation)

1823 Feb. 8

Deed between Joseph Newton Chiswell and John Augustus Chiswell of Montgomery Co. for land in that county

1823 April 12

John Dorsey (Frederick Town, Md.) to Rev, James L. Higgins (near New Market, Frederick Co., Md.) (family news)

1823 Aug. 7

Deed between Bean S. Peginan and Thomas Maynard of Frederick Co. for land in that county (“the least said is soonest mended,” “Johnsons Chance”)

1823 Nov. 29

Deed between Joseph N. Chiswell and John A. Chiswell of Montgomery Co. for land in that county (“Dowdens Luck,” “Chiswells Inheritance,” “Johnny and Mollys Conclusion,” “Fixeachapelle,” “Hayard,” “Eleanors purchase,” “Resurvey on Disappointment”)

1824 Dec. 22

B.L.H.'s notes on the Book of Job

1825 May 2

John W. Pratt (Prattsville) to Basil D. Higgins (New Market, Frederick Co., Md.) (talks of his health, activities, plans for further studies, religion, and politics)

1825 Sept. 14

B. Waigh (Baltimore) to Rev. James L. Higgins (Frederick Co., Md.) (will send the books, talks of family and Methodism)

1826 Jan. 4

B.D.H. (Alexandria) to Mrs. Harriet Higgins (near New Market, Frederick Co., Md.) (discusses personal and family news with some comments of his religious experience)

1826 Jan. 11

Samuel Knox (Frederick, Md.) to Basil Higgins (talks of Basil's going to Princeton Seminary with recommendations for his further stury)

1826 Feb. 21

B.D.H. (Alexandria) to Rev. James L. Higgins (New Market, Frederick Co., Md.) (discusses his own religious expeiences and feelings as well às his religious studies)

1826 March 9

Bill of sale for negro slave, Enoch, from John A. Howard of Montgomery Co. to Jonathan Mania of Baltimore City

1826 March 9

Deed between John Newport and Thomas Maynard of Frederick Co. for land there (for “Nathans undertaking”)

1826 March 30

B.D. Higgens to Rev. James L. Higgens (near New Market, Frederick Co., Md.) (talks of his studies at the Seminary)

1826 Oct. 25

Certificate that Basil D. Higgens is authorized to exercise his gift of exhortation in the Methodist Episcopal Church

1827 Feb. 24

Samuel Clarke (Hancock, Md.) to Miss Hariet D. Higens (New Market, Md.) (discusses religion and Methodism and family news)

1827 May 30

Deed between Nathan Nelson and Thomas Maynard of Frederick Co. for land there (“Middle Plantation,” “Nathans Undertaking”)

1827 July 3

John L. Gibbons (Friendship, Anne Arundel Co.) to Miss Harriet D. Higgens (New Market, Frederick Co., Md.) (talks of his recent circuit ride and the low quality of religion here)

1829 March 22

Certificate of Deaconship in the Methodist Church to Basil D. Higgins

1831 May 13

James L. Higgens to Joseph G. Hayes (Harpers Ferry) (description of death of Basil Higgins)

1831 June 26

Ordaination certificate for William Marvin to preach at the Baptist Mount Zion Church in Baltimore City

1832 Feb. 18

Survey certificate for Ruth Maynard of Frederick Co. (for land adjoining “Middle Plantation,” “Nathan's grief and joy,” and “High Germany”)

1833 March 13

Receipt of payment to Land Office for recording of “Long Neglect” for Mrs. Ruth Maynard

1833 March 13

Deed for Mrs. Ruth Maynard of Frederick Co. (for “Long Neglect” adjoining “Middle Plantation,” “High Germany,” and “Nathans grief and joy”)

1834 July 9

Receipt of payment for deed to Ruth Maynard

1840 Sept. 12

A.L. Laurens (Baltimore) to Mrs. Harriet Hays (Liberty) (desciption of a camp meeting at Baltimore.)

1844 Aug. 3

Certificate to Elder William Marvin of membership in the Regular Old School Baptist Church at Winchester, Frederick Co., Va.

1853 January 6

Nathan Nelson's school essay on Lake Linganore in Frederick Co.

1868 Jan. 30

James Higgins (Baltimore) to William Higgins (Family news)

1903 May 18

E.L.M. (Baltimore) to Miss Eleanor Maynard (Garfield Hospital, Washington, D.C.) (Talks of genealogy and personal news)

1911 Nov. 9

George C. Maynard (Smithsonian Institution) to Miss Rachael Maynard (Garfield Hospital) (genealogical)

c. 1800-1830

Notebook of unidentified person with miscellaneous notes and records

n.d.

Receipt from James L. Higgins of Frederick Co. to Jesse Hollingsworth for use of Bowly's wharf at Baltimore

n.d.

Receipt from Thomas Maynard for recording land in Frederick Co; receipt to John Callahan (for “Land of Valleys”)

n.d.

Bill to Thomas Maynard from E.E.S. Bailey for resurvey of land in Frederick Co. (for “High Germany”)

n.d.

Bond of Susanna Maynard against Thomas Beatty for the conveyance of land in Frederick Co. (“Middle Plantation”)

n.d.

Platt of “Nathans Undertaking” in Frederick Co.

n.d.

Benjamin Maynard's part of “High Germany” in Frederick Co.

n.d.

Nathan Maynard's courses for “Maynards Right”

n.d.

Miscellaneous notes on Biblical passages, author unidentified

n.d.

Manuscript of poem “Bachelors Hall”, author unidentified

n.d.

Paper entitled “A Chapter of Chronicles” by Clara G, Munson at Liberty Seminary

n.d.

Miscellaneous scraps of bills, receipts, etc.

n.d.

Juliet Higgins to Miss Harriet D. Higgins (near New Market, Frederick Co.) (family news)

n.d.

Calling cards of MR. and Mrs. Lebbens Griffith and Mrs. E. Martin and daugther

n.d.

Extracts from a patent for a water wheel

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