4 edition of The early history of Middletown, Maryland found in the catalog.
The early history of Middletown, Maryland
George C. Rhoderick
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by George C. Rhoderick, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||F189.M6 R48 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 404 p. :|
|Number of Pages||404|
|LC Control Number||89051152|
The collections housed at the Middletown Historical Society capture the history of Middletown and the immediate surrounding areas. Our collections primarily range from the late 19 th c. to the early to mid th c. and include a wide range of photographs, textiles, ledgers, store receipts, postcards, and maps. Our largest collection, the Hope Ellison Motter collection, features children’s. According to The Early History of Middletown, Maryland, by George C. Rhoderick, Michael Jesserong was selling lots as early as March 3, , thus Middletown credits its founding to the date, (even though we know settlers were living in the Middletown Valley much earlier).
In "The Early History of Middletown, Maryland," (p. 92) it says that when Henry MOTTER died he gave property to his daughter Catherine BOWLUS and her husband passed away and she married James COOK and in Mr. and Mrs. COOK deeded the property to Henry HERRING. Ransom of Middletown Middletown, Maryland. Confederate troops under General Jubal Early demanded a $5, ransom from Middletown. Town officials paid $1, on July 9 and didn't have to pay the remaining $3, after the Battle of Monocacy. More Information.
Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. A companion volume to This Was the Life: Excerpts from the Judgment Records of Frederick County, Maryland, , New Facts and Old Families is a compilation of materials relating to the inhabitants of some of the early towns of Frederick County, Maryland. Chapters are devoted to the founding and establishment of the towns of Jefferson, Middletown, and Walkersville, as well as the .
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Free shipping for many products. Record book,of the Evangelical and Reformed Church, Middletown, Md. Family History Library Records of Christ Reformed Church, also known as the German Reformed Church, a congregation of the United Church of Christ, Middletown. Interested in Middletown borough history.
Purchase a copy of of the book titled Images of America: Middletown Borough by Dave Kagan & Edward Sunbery. Available at the circulation desk for $ or two for $ We also sell Middletown Area Historical Maryland book Publications at the library.
Available for purchase are the following titles: Chronicles of Middletown for $20, Early Industries of. Pioneers of old Monocacy: the early settlement of Frederick County, Maryland, Family History Library The History of Dickerson, Mouth of Monacacy, Oakland Mills and Sugarloaf Mountain [MD] Family History Library.
Maryland (Frederick County), Middletown — Middletown — Ransom Demands — Early's Attack on Washington — (preface) In JuneConfederate Gen. Robert E. Lee sent Gen. Jubal A. Early’s corps from Richmond battlefields to the Shenandoah Valley to counter Union Gen. David Hunter’s army. Links to Local & Regional History Books Online Part I: Middletown in the 17th Century The area now known as Middletown was originally inhabited by Native Americans, and included the present towns of Portland, East Hampton (both formerly comprised the town of Chatham), Cromwell, Middlefield, and a small part of Berlin.
Middletown studies were sociological case studies of the white residents of City of Muncie in Indiana conducted by Robert Staughton Lynd and Helen Merrell Lynd, husband-and-wife Lynds' findings were detailed in Middletown: A Study in Modern American Culture, published inand Middletown in Transition: A Study in Cultural Conflicts, published in InGeorge Fisher founded the town of Middletown and named it so because it was halfway between Lancaster and Carlisle.
With such a rich history there are many historical buildings long gone or still standing. Many businesses and industries thrived in our borough. Our reference collection holds many local history resources from books to newspaper clippings, which are available for you to. Buy The early history of Middletown Maryland by George C.
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The history of Middletown is a mirror on the nation’s development. Main Street spread to the west with construction of the National Pike through the town in ; the telegraph lines from Frederick to Hagerstown were routed through Middletown in ; and incar 11 of the Frederick Middletown Railway made its first run to : Frederick.
This brief history of the Middletown Valley in Frederick County, Maryland was researched and compiled by Harry M. Gross inas a paper for the Rhodes or Kellogg scholarship in his senior year at Columbia University.
Much of this research was derived from interviews with the localFile Size: 3MB. The Middletown Valley is rich in history and stories of life in agricultural communities and bustling small towns, where life was interrupted by the Civil War, changed by progress, and.
Welcome to the official website of Middletown, Maryland, A Main Street Community. Whether you are a long-time resident, business owner, or new to our area, we welcome you to our community.
We hope that you find the website informative and user-friendly. Our website is designed to help you understand our services, foster a sense of community, and provide timely information to our citizens.
History of Baltimore City and County (Maryland 1 Volume in 2) John Scharf / Hardcover / Published History of Cecil County, Maryland: And the Early Settlements Around the Head of the Chesapeake Bay and on the Delaware River With Sketches.
Formal records in Middletown began in with The First Town Book in Middletown; it is arguably the County’s most extraordinary extant document and is now in the collection of the Monmouth County Historical Association.
The Town Book was published in Volume II of John Stillwell’s Historical and Genealogical Miscellany. History of Middletown Far enough from the city to be quaint, close enough to enjoy the attributes of the city, Middletown, Maryland is ideally situated in the beautiful Middletown Valley of Maryland.
Founded inMiddletown is steeped in American history — from the mid ’s and Colonial settlements to the new millennium and high-tech Location: 31 Main Street Middletown, MD, United States.
The Middletown Valley Historical Society was founded in to preserve the rich historic and cultural background that shaped Middletown and the surrounding valley. The towns of Maryland's Middletown Valley bear the imprints of some of the most telling events in early American history: the French and Indian War, the Revolutionary War, the.The early history of Middletown, Maryland / Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor: Rhoderick, George C. Date: It was originally a tavern stop about half-way on the old cart road that extends across the peninsula between Appoquinimink Creek in Odessa and Bohemia Landing on the eastern branch of the Bohemia River in Maryland; thus the name, “Middletown.”.