The main purpose of this work is to chronicle and categorize the life experiences of 519 persons who entered Maryland as indentured servants or, to a lesser extent, as convicts forcibly transported. The text itself is composed of solidly researched sketches of Maryland servants and convicts and their descendants, including 84 that are traced to the third generation or beyond.Lest genealogists conclude that this work is a mere recitation of statistics, we hasten to add that the text itself is composed of solidly researched sketches of Maryland servants and convicts and their descendants, including 102 that are traced to the third generation or beyond. If your Maryland ancestor is among the following, rest assured that you will be working from the most we know about them to date:In 1767 Spencer and Benedict Lego conveyed to Isaac and John Webster 50 a. part Warrington, 218 a. of Halla#39;s Ridge, and another parcel of Warrington (BALR ... In 1778 Benedict Lego took the Oath of Allegiance to the State of MD (RPHA.
|Title||:||Colonial Families of Maryland|
|Author||:||Robert William Barnes|
|Publisher||:||Genealogical Publishing Com - 2007-01-01|