Archives of Maryland
Richard Thomas Jr.
MSA SC 3520-15890
Dennis Griffith, Map of the State of
Maryland, 1794, MSA SC 1399-1-212. [link to detail].
Indian Spring Monthly
Meeting; Minutes (Sandy Spring), 1772-1817 [MSA SC 2978, SCM
MONTGOMERY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF THE
TAX (Assessment Record), 1798-1812
Reverse Cover, MdHR 20,115-2-1 [MSA
MONTGOMERY COUNTY REGISTER OF WILLS
(Wills, Original) Will of Richard Thomas Sr.,
1806, MdHR 16,543-4-1/82 [MSA
REGISTER OF WILLS (Estate Record) “List of the Young
Negroes belonging to the Estate of Richard Thomas deceased as divided
representatives agreeably to the appointment in 1807,” Liber L, p. 245,
MdHR12,394 [MSA C1138-10, 01/17/08/009].
REGISTER OF WILLS (Estate Record) "Inventory made by Nathan Holland Jr.
and James Holland
made Dec. 14th
1821" Liber N, p. 157, MdHR 12,399 [MSA C1138-15,
REGISTER OF WILLS (Estate Record) “A List of
the Property of Richard Thomas deceased, 1st
and 4th 1822,” Liber O, pp. 12-16,
MdHR 12,540 [MSA C1138-18, 01/17/08/015].
Spring Monthly Meeting; Births, Deaths, and Membership, 1730-1895;
Minutes, Women, 1811-1824. [MSA SC 2978, SCM 667-3].
Mary L., The Book of
Names. Brookeville, Maryland: The Town of Brookeville,
Cherry Grove," Sandy Spring Museum, last modified 2010,
C., "Thomas-Bentley House (Madison House)," Historic American
Buildings Survey (HABS No.. MD-1375) Washington, DC: U.S.
the Interior, National Park Service, 2011.
Nesbitt, Martha, and Mary Reading Miller, et. al. Chronicles of Sandy Spring
Friends Meeting and Environs, Sandy Spring, Maryland:
Sandy Spring Monthy Meeting, 1987.
Peden Jr., Henry C., Revolutionary
Patriots of Montgomery County, Maryland 1776-1783. Westminster,
Maryland: Family Line Publications, 1996.
Scott, Joseph, A Geographical Description of
the States of Maryland and Delaware, (Philadelphia:
Kimber. Conrad and Co., 1807.
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