Somerset County was created by an Order in Council in 1666 and named for Lady Mary Somerset, daughter of Thomas Arundell of Wardour, and wife of Sir John Somerset. Lady Somerset was the sister of Lady Anne Arundell, who was the wife of Cecilius Calvert, Second Lord Baltimore. The county seat is Princess Anne, MD.
|File Name||Record||Submitted By|
|marrfem.txt||Maryland Marriage Licenses (~1669 - 1907), ordered by bride||Shirl Jones Tarbox and Margaret L. Jones Sharer|
|marrmale.txt||Marriage Licenses (~1669 - 1907), ordered by Groom||Shirl Jones Tarbox and Margaret L. Jones Sharer|
|bride.txt||Marriage Licenses 1796 - 1832: alphabetized by bride||Jerry Foard (data transcription) and Dan Thomas (alphabetization)|
|groom.txt||alphabetized by groom||Jerry Foard (data transcription) and Dan Thomas (alphabetization)|
|USGenWeb Marriages Project - Maryland||USGenWeb Marriages Project - Index of States|
|USGenWeb Somerset County Archives||USGenWeb Somerset County Page|
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