This section lists associations from Prince George's to Washington giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The association was established in 1969. Its aim is to collect and preserve genealogical information, especially that relating to Prince George's County.
Many publications are available for sale, including:
Their aim is to promote and encourage interest in genealogical and historical research. To further this objective, the association preserves and maintains records relating to St Mary's County, makes these records publicly available, and maintains publications and printed materials at local libraries.
Numerous resources can be accessed in their Library, which incorporate:
They also have other documents relating to St Mary's County, State-wide and other US States along with documents appertaining to England and Wales.
A list of surnames currently being researched by members is also available.Website:
Its aim being to preserve the heritage of the Eastern Shore, the society was established in 1954. Many resources can be accessed in their library, including Papers and Diaries, Land Grants, Maps, Photographs and other Genealogical Materials.Website:
The society is a non-profit making association established in 1973. Many resources are accessible in their library, which include Family Histories, Research Books and Bible Records.
They are also in the process of transcribing Cemetery information for all Cemeteries in all Upper Eastern Shore Counties.
Chesapeake Cousins, the Society's bi-annual newsletter, includes articles regarding:
Numerous publications are available for sale, which incorporate:
Many resources are accessible in the Jamieson Genealogy Library, including a Master Index, Family Folder Files, the Federal Census for some States across the US and a Card Catalogue.
A list of surnames found in the Family Folder Files is available on the site.Website: