Diaspora Communities – U.S.A. – MARYLAND

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Articles, Books, Online Databases

ARTICLES

Reflecting on the Greek Community of Westminster, Maryland, article published in The National Herald, January 31, 2015

History of the Cemeteries at the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation in Baltimore, Maryland, by Nicholas Prevas, Parish historian

BOOKS

(Surnames A-G) “Gone But Not Forgotten: A Definitive History of the Greek Section at Woodlawn Cemetery – Baltimore Maryland” by Nicholas Prevas, Parish historian – 940 Total Greek names transcribed

(Surnames H-N) “Gone But Not Forgotten: A Definitive History of the Greek Section at Woodlawn Cemetery – Baltimore Maryland” by Nicholas Prevas, Parish historian – 940 Total Greek names transcribed

(Surnames O-Z) “Gone But Not Forgotten: A Definitive History of the Greek Section at Woodlawn Cemetery – Baltimore Maryland” by Nicholas Prevas, Parish historian – 940 Total Greek names transcribed

ONLINE DATABASES

Maryland, Baltimore Passenger Lists, 1820-1948 – 937 born in Greece – FamilySearch.org – FREE

Maryland, Naturalization Petitions, 1906-1931  – 1,046 born in Greece – FamilySearch.org – FREE

Maryland, Allegany County, Tax and Voter Records, 1798-1948 – 39 born in Greece – FamilySearch.org – FREE

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