Then at the Ohio Genealogical Society's conference in Columbus this past week, I had the crazy serendipity that one of the speakers had to leave early and Craig Scott had a last minute fill in to talk about Quakers and Quaker migration. And lo and behold, Craig actually mentioned a few works that pertained to Quakers in Maryland. I might not have been as interested if I had not already realized that it was a huge hole in Hinshaw. Craig offered to send a copy of his handout for the talk via e-mail, and I will add some of the books that he suggested when I get that copy.
Last night I looked for one of the books that Craig suggested:
Quaker Records in Maryland by John Brinkley that is now out of print. The closest library in which I can view this book is Earlham College in Richmond Indiana.
But last night while I was searching for that book, I actually ordered two books:
and I found the following book available on-line:
The early Friends (or Quakers) in Maryland : read at the meeting of the Maryland Historical Society, 6th March, 1862
|Author:||J Saurin Norris|
|Publisher:||[Baltimore] : Printed for the Maryland Historical Society by John Toy, |
|Edition/Format:||eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats|
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and the following that is available to read at Swarthmore:
Maryland Quakers in England, 1659-1720
|Author:||Kenneth L Carroll|
|Edition/Format:||Print book : English|