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Washington County
Registers of Wills
1777-present



1777-1780 Thomas Sprigg
1780-1806Thomas Belt
1806-1826George C. Smooth
1826-1843Daniel Schnebly
1843Robert Wason
1843-1857James Wason
1857-1867William Logan
1867-1873Matthias S. Barber
1873-1918Thomas E. Hilliard
1918-1919Thompson A. Brown
1919-1928John D. Hollyday
1928-1930Charles A. Weagley
1930-1962Harry Newcomer
1962-1982Thomas W. Parks
1982-1994Marvin E. Toms
1994-2010 John R. Bloyer II
2010-present Jason A. Malott

Notes:

Daniel Schnebly died in September 1843. Robert Wason was appointed his successor. (WASHINGTON COUNTY REGISTER OF WILLS (Orphans Court Proceedings) Minutes for September 5th, 12th, and 13th, 1843)

Robert Wason resigned in November 1843. James Wason was appointed his successor. (WASHINGTON COUNTY REGISTER OF WILLS (Orphans Court Proceedings) Minutes for November 7th, 8th, and 9th, 1843)

Sources:
GOVERNOR AND COUNCIL (Commission Record) 1726-1837, MSA S1080
SECRETARY OF STATE (Commission Record) MSA S1081
SECRETARY OF STATE (Election Return Abstracts) MSA S1122
WASHINGTON COUNTY REGISTER OF WILLS (Orphans Court Proceedings) MSA C1971
WASHINGTON COUNTY REGISTER OF WILLS (Wills)
Maryland Manual
Williams, Thomas J. C. A History of Washington County, Maryland. 2 vols. Hagerstown, MD: T. J. C. Williams and Runk & Titsworth, 1906.


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