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The USGENWEB has several projects underway that are in need of volunteers. Two of these are the Tombstone Transcription Project and the Census Project. Volunteers are needed to record tombstone inscriptions and transcribe census records which will then be made available on line through the USGENWEB Archives. At this time Charles County is woefully lacking in this area. As one of Maryland's original counties it is important to many researchers across the country that these records be preserved and made available on line free of charge. To volunteer just follow one of the links in the text above and you will find the information on the respective pages.
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Census Project Maryland County Index Follow this link to see which Maryland
Census Records have been
transcribed and which are awaiting a volunteer.
Other Maryland Counties' Email Discussion Lists
The History of Durham Parish Est. 1692 This is an electronic rendition of the pamphlet published by the Rev. William P. Painter, Rector of Durham Parish, in 1894 and contains a historical sketch of the parish written by Rev. Painter for the Bi-Centennial Celebration in August 1892. Thanks to Rev. Bull the current Rector for permission to place this information here.
Charles County Cousins Share your Charles County related Web Site on the Charles County Cousins Page
Charles County Maryland File Archives This area is comprised of documents transcribed and contributed by Charles County researchers. These documents include but are not limited to Wills, Inventories and Land Records. Consider sharing your research with others.
Rootsweb Surname Helper Search Engine allowing the search of queries and surnames registered at various sites, as well as all queries submitted via GenConnect Boards. These sites include the USGenWeb as well as many WorldGenWeb sites.
Charles County Resources A list of resources for research on Charles County
Charles County Census Records
Maryland State Archives
USGENWEB Quick Link This is an index of links to all USGENWEB State Pages
Charles County, Maryland Government on the Web
Charles County Community College
View Unknown Maryland County Queries submitted to the MDGenWeb Home Page. These are general queries - meaning that the person submitting them doesn't know which county their ancestor may have come from.
The USGENWEB Archives
is online and ready!
Immigrant and Passenger Arrivals Index The Immigrant and Passenger Index " is not a listing of names ". It is an index of microfilm available at the National Archives in Washington D.C.
Volunteers are needed in all phases of the project including creating and maintaining home pages, hosting mailing lists, organizing files submitted by volunteers and transcribing public records for inclusion in our archives.
Learn about the USGenWeb Project
History of the USGenWeb Project
WorldGenWeb The "WorldGenWeb" provides genealogists with an invaluable link to world-wide genealogical data. This project represents various countries including Germany and other European nations, Central and South America, Africa, Asia and Australia. Each country page in the WorldGenWeb project contains links to various resources, surname indexes. areas to post and view query messages, and other country specific genealogical information
Gene Stark's Index This link will take you to "Gene Stark's Index". Gene's index actually indexes hundreds of World Wide Web databases containing genealogical data for over one million individuals. The index gives you the ability to locate and view data of interest to you on any of these databases, without having to go and visit each one separately.
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