Calvert County, Maryland

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Calvert is a county in Maryland. It was formed in 1654. The first land deed in Calvert was recorded in 1882. Orphan Court records begin in 1882. For more information, contact the circuit county clerk at 175 Main St., Prince Frederick 20678. On the attached map, Calvert is located at G5. Prince Frederick 20678. Most records were destroyed when the courthouse burned in 1882, but some deeds dating back to 1840 were re-recorded. Abstracts of deeds sent to Annapolis beginning in 1784 and provincial court deeds/land office records also make up for some of the destroyed records.

For information about the state of Maryland see Maryland Family History Research.

The Counties and County Seats of Maryland

Counties of Maryland
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AlleganyAnne ArundelBaltimoreCalvertCarolineCarrollCecilCharlesDorchesterFrederickGarrettHarfordHowardKentMontgomeryPrince George'sQueen Anne'sSt. Mary'sSomersetTalbotWashingtonWicomicoWorcester