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ON

MARYLAND HISTORY

WITH

SKETCHES OF EARLY MARYLAND FAMILIES

BY

HESTER DORSEY RICHARDSON
Special Executive Historian to represent Maryland in Historic Work
at The Jamestown Exposition, 1907: President Public Records Com-
mission of Maryland 1904-8; Vice-President of the Mary-
land Original Research Society; Member of The American
Historical Association; The Maryland Historical
Society; President of The Order of Colonial
Lords of Manors in America; A Pellow of

The Manorial Society of England.

BALTIMORE
WILLIAMS AND WILKINS COMPANY

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AN ACKNOWLEDGMENT

The Author gratefully acknowledges the courtesy of those who have added interest to her work by the contribution of specially prepared photographs, or by giving the privilege of using exclusive ones loaned for illustrations. These include, Mrs. Edward Shippen, Mrs. Kirby Flower Smith, Mrs. Graham Gordon, Miss Eileen Hemsley, Mr. Douglas H. Thomas, Ex-Governor Edwin Warfield, Mr. J. Charles Brogden, Mr. Richard Mareen Duvall of Baltimore, Mrs. Thomas Cradock of Baltimore, Mrs. Francis H. Darnall of Portland Manor, Mrs. Frederick Sasscer of Prince George's County, Miss Mary V. Dorsey and Miss Nellie Calvert Carroll of Dorchester County, Mrs. Horace Massey of Chestertown, Md., Mrs. Jesse Habersham, Mr. John Read Magruder, and the Misses Walton of Annapolis, Miss Rebecca L. Webster of Rochester, N. Y., U. S. Senator William P. Jackson of Salisbury, Maryland; Mr. Herbert L. Satterlee, Mr. Thomas F. Ryan, Mr. H. Mason Raborg of New York, General Coleman DuPont of Wilmington, Delaware.

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