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Last Updated: 28 March 2022   [Located in Category: Shipleys of MD Sites]
Our online database is hosted on a separate website. It contains all individuals listed in our 2002 Book and 2010 Supplement. This database was created by John M. Shipley, Sr. (our book editor), and contains 42,535 individuals, 15,572 families, 7,025 unique surnames, 4,960 places, 2,499 notes, and 1,038 sources. This online database and our books provide complimentary information. The database provides an easy-to-use tool for researching ancestors and relationships, while the books supply more extensive narrative and pictorial information. Note that you must be a member of The Shipleys of Maryland to access this database.
Last Updated: 17 April 2022   [Located in Category: Shipleys of MD Sites]
Our Shipley Family Project on FamilyTreeDNA is open to all who are interested in working together to find their common heritage through sharing of information and DNA testing. All variant spellings are welcome.
Last Updated: 28 March 2022   [Located in Category: Shipleys of MD Sites]
This collection contains information on the genealogy of the Shipleys and related families. It includes handwritten copies of land grants, wills, inventories, birth records, obituaries, wedding announcements, family histories, bible records, news articles on the family, and newspaper pictures. Other items include approximately 5,000 3x5 cards listing births, deaths and marriages of Shipley and related families; typescript entitled "Shipley, Mitchell and Thompson families;" cemetery records from Missouri; photostat of coat-of-arms; Loudon Park Cemetery receipts and interment records; and Lincoln-Shipley genealogy. Shipley family members represented include: Judge Nicholas Charles Burke, Dr. Arthur M. Shipley, Joshua Shipley, and Ruth Howard Shipley. Other families also discussed include: Burke, Leonard, Logsdon, Mitchell, and Thompson.
Last Updated: 17 April 2022   [Located in Category: Historical Societies]
The Historical Society of Carroll County (HSCC) is home to the "Shipley Room", which holds the Dorothy Shipley Granger collection of Shipley research material. The room was funded and established by The Shipleys of Maryland in 2012.
Last Updated: 17 April 2022   [Located in Category: Historical Societies]
This Maryland Historical Trust site contains searchable information about Maryland's Roadside Markers. The Shipleys of Maryland sponsored 4 markers. Use this website to find out more information. Search using keyword "Shipley".
Last Updated: 17 July 2022   [Located in Category: Other Sites]
The Society was founded in 1975 in order to further the interest in Family History Research and is run entirely by volunteers working in their spare time. The Society covers the modern Archdeaconry of York which stretches from Coxwold, Hovingham and Sherburn in Harfordlythe in the North to Ledsham, Birkin, Selby and Drax in the South.As well as from Bramham, Bilton and Sherburn in Elmet in the West to Huggate and Bubwith in the East. The Society’s area overlaps parishes covered in the West by the Yorkshire Archaeological Society Family History Section, in the East by The East Yorkshire Family History Society and in the North by Ryedale Family History Society.
Last Updated: 18 August 2022   [Located in Category: Historical Societies]
The Cleveland FHS was set up in 1980 to provide a service for family historians. They cover the old county of Cleveland and part of County Durham and North Yorkshire.
Last Updated: 13 June 2022   [Located in Category: Historical Societies]
Last Updated: 17 March 2022   [Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
Last Updated: 17 March 2022   [Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
Last Updated: 17 March 2022   [Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
Last Updated: 17 March 2022   [Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
Last Updated: 17 March 2022   [Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
Last Updated: 17 April 2022   [Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
Last Updated: 17 March 2022   [Located in Category: Historical Societies]
Founded in 1958, the Howard County Historical Society is the primary private repository of historical records and artifacts related to Howard County’s rich history, the Howard County Historical Society provides access to materials that aid in historical exploration, research and discovery for all ages and cultural groups. The HCHS graciously provided the digital image of the map of Original Land Grants of Howard County which is located in our Public Resources - Shipley Properties website section.
Last Updated: 22 September 2022   [Located in Category: Historical Societies]