Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Tench Tilghman (1744-1786)
MSA SC 3520-2633 


Archival sources -

MARYLAND STATE ARCHIVES (Accession Problems and Miscellaneous) Inventory of Tench Tilghman, 1786, MSA T68-39-5.

CHANCERY COURT (Chancery Papers) Samuel Stringer Cole vs. James Carey, Margaret Tilghman, and Elizabeth Tilghman. BA. Estate of Tench Tilghman - lot in BC, 1796, Case No. 1060, MdHR 17,898-1060-1/2, MSA S512-1135.

Newspaper articles -

"With 2 swords, state gains slice of history." The Baltimore Sun, 5 February 1998.

Other sources -

Dr. Papenfuse's remarks to the Board of Public Works, Feburary 4, 1998.

Program from Installation Ceremony in the Old Senate Chamber, February 16, 1998.
        Remarks of Dr. Papenfuse

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