Carroll County, established 1837, county seat Westminster.
Hampstead Councilman David Unglesbee has proposed to restore the nondescript cemetery where the town’s founding family is believed to be buried.
A self-proclaimed history buff, Unglesbee said highlighting local history has become the prerogative of interested citizens and lawmakers because hyper-local history isn’t taught in schools.
Having citizens understand their town’s history “helps them take pride in their community,” Unglesbee told the Times after the Hampstead mayor and council meeting March 12.
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Carroll County Website
Resources for finding out about Master Plan development, zoning, regulations
and county agencies.
Carroll County Public Library
Provides contact information, library sites and information on their collection,
the Westminster library houses the Carroll County Genealogical Society collection.
Carroll County Times
Current data published by this local paper.
Carroll County Genealogical Society
P. O. Box 1752
Westminster, MD 21158
Contains lists of cemeteries, surnames found in Carroll County cemeteries, cemetery records published by the society, in addition to historical and genealogical materials.
The society collection is available at the Westminster library.
Historical Society of Carroll County
210 East Main Street
Westminster, MD 21157
Site includes calendar of events, information about the collection and research library. The Research library contains the Tracey land record collection, microfilm of early newspapers, family records and archival materials.