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1: Maryland State Archives - Guide to Government Records
England (Anglican) vestry for each parish. For a short time, the clerks of the county courts continued to register births concurrently with the clerks of the vestry. By the early ... ...
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2: Maryland State Archives - Guide to Government Records
...The Names of all that shall be . . . burried within the Province shall be Exhibited to the Clarke of Every Court who shall keep a Iust Register thereof who shall be allowed five ... ...
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Know what is available and what is not available. Except for a short-lived attempt in the 1860s, the State of Maryland did not begin issuing civil birth and death records until ... ...
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Health & Mental Hygiene's Vital Records. For information about ordering birth and death records, see How to Order Death and Birth Records, including the Vital Records Indexing ... ...
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