History of Allegany County Maryland

History of Allegany County Maryland

The links indexed below are to raster images of pages from the book the “History of Allegany County Maryland” by James W. Thomas, LL.D. and Judge T.J.C. Williams. This book is available at the Clayton Library, Houston, Texas. Most of the pages relate to Korns individuals living in Allegany County. When you view the raster images, you may need to "expand" them with your browser software to make them large enough to read, or else right click on them and download them to your computer for viewing. All 28 pages are also provided here in a single 2534 KB PDF document for your convenience.

Korns genealogy material from the History of Allegany County Maryland:
Cover page, History of Allegany County Maryland
Page 1, Introduction to bounty lands, Francis Deakins
Page 2, 322 families already settled west of Fort Cumberland
Page 3, Beginning of the Deakins Settlers list“
Page 4, Second Page of list, with name of Michael Corn
Page 5, Charles Uhl on Deakins list of settlers, plus beginning of 1774 list
Page 6, more of the 1774 list
Page 7, a Jacob Beall on 1774 list
Page 8, more of 1774 list
Page 9, more of 1774 list
Page 95, Korns family living in Cumberland, Maryland in 1797
Page 101, Patrick Murdoch-probably the same one Henry Korns owed money to in 1817
Page 102, Korns on same tax assessment list that appears in History of Cumberland p. 293-294
Page 117, Jesse Korns, Vice President of Civil War-related meeting
Page 118, Results of the Civil War-related meeting
Page 124, Jesse Korns on Committee to build the new City Hall
Page 242, Henry Korns, comb maker on Mechanic Street
Page 380, War of 1812, Blair‘s Company
Page 381, Charles Korns, a member of Blair‘s Company
Page 382, Jesse Korns, Vice President of Civil War-related meeting
Page 400, Second Regiment, Potomac Home Brigade
Page 401, Second Regiment, Potomac Home Brigade
Page 419, Henry Korn's daughter Mrs. S. T. Little, co-founder of Western Maryland Hospital
Page 420, Additional information on the Western Maryland Reserve Hospital
Page 430, Jesse Korns, incorporator, Third National Bank of Cumberland
Page 1194, Korns brickyard
Page 1281, Jacob Spoerl, father-in-law of Jesse Korns
Page 1282, Helen (Spoerl) Korns, wife of Jesse Korns

Return to Korns family genealogy home page