Items associated with name 'Smith family'
by Unknown (1972 – 1979)
1 box (0.25 linear feet)
This collection consists of correspondence from 1972 to 1979 between Gale J. Belser of Charleston, SC and Dorothy H. Smith of Annapolis, MD as Mrs. Smith provided genealogical research services for Mrs. Belser on the Henry and Gale families in Maryland.
by Smith, Louise (1903 – 2013)
14 oversize boxes, 1 box (14.25 linear feet)
The Louise Smith papers document the personal and political activities of Salisbury, Maryland’s City Council President Louise Smith from 1940-2011, with the bulk of the records documenting her political career from her initial entry into the race in 2007 through her decision not to run for re-election in 2011. Documenting records include photographs, official campaign documents, newspaper clippings, and speeches. The meeting minutes from city council meetings April 2007 – April 2011 including legislative, special and closed meetings.
by Nock, Shirley (1771 – 1910)
1 oversize folder (1.25 linear feet)
The Shirley Nock collection contains historical property documents from Nock's family, primarily from Worcester County, Maryland, and dating between 1771 and circa 1910. The majority of the documents, which include deeds, land patents, surveys, and financial notes, relate to George and Andrew Smith. Also included are items related to Parker and Hearn families, as well as the Leonard family (including strawberry picker tickets).
by Miles, Moody K. III; Stewart, John Richard (1863 – 1990)
1 folder (0.01 linear feet)
The Smith Family Collection contains a collection of Maryland cemetery records, an index for the book "The Parson of the Islands", and small genealogical information on the Smith family. The cemetery records cover All Saints Church, John Wesley United Methodist Church, Manokin Presbyterian Church, Parsons Cemetery, and Rock Creek Cemetery. The record was conducted by John Richard Stewart. The book index was written by Moody K. Miles, III. The Smith family genealogical information is taken from the Smith Family Bible, which includes a birth and death date for family members.