Early Settlers of Delmarva
Sixteen biographical profiles of the first European settlers and colonists on Delmarva written by students of
Salisbury University. This collection was previously featured on DelmarvaSettlers.org.
Notable People and Families
Families and people who established themselves or had an important presence in East New Market, Dorchester County (Maryland)
in the 1700s and 1800s.
Early Settlers of Maryland Query
The New Early Settlers of Maryland comprises 34,326 entries from Gust Skordas' Early Settlers of Maryland and Carson Gibb's Supplement to the Early Settlers of Maryland.
Immigrant Servants Database
Reconstructed passenger arrival list for people who came to Colonial America as indentured servants, redemptioners, and transported
convicts between 1607 and 1820. Searchable.
Oath of Loyalty
Analysis of two lists, one from Northampton County, VA (1651/1652) and one from Somerset County, MD (1689)
and what they convey about 17th-century political attitudes on Delmarva.
Comparison of Contents of Inventories of Somerset County residents, William Ennis, Sr. and His Sons (1684-1706)
and His Sons-In-Law (1687-1721).
Distribution of Wealth
Distribution of wealth in early Somerset County by income bracket, generated from Early Settlers of Old Somerset: A Revision and Expansion of Bogerternorton Hundred and Surrounding Areas of Old Somerset
County, Maryland, Volume 1, Inventories, 1665-1700.
A list of occupations and positions held by early Delmarva Settlers culled from 17th century Somerset County judicial