Anne Arundel Genealogical Society
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The AACHS collections at the Kuethe Library offer researchers a wealth of information. The society publishes and sells books on local historical topics, sponsors day trips to area sites of historic interest, maintains two Browse and Buy Shops for collectibles and antiques, and holds tours and cultural events at The Benson-Hammond House, an 19th century historic home at Linthicum Heights. Glen Burnie, Maryland
Fun for the whole family. Continuous entertainment throughout the village in a natural forest setting. Authentic combat jousting. Unique crafts handmade by the artist. Nine weekends - Aug - Oct. 10:00 am - 7:00 pm. Rain or Shine. Wheel chair accessible.
Experience Celtic culture through education and celebration. The Southern Maryland Celtic Festival takes place annually on the last Saturday in April at the Jefferson-Patterson Park in St Leonard, MD. AAGS members staff a booth all day (outside) and provide resources and guidance on Getting Started in Genealogy, genetic genealogy (DNA) and family history research for the 7 Celtic Nations - Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Manx (Isle of Man), Brittany, Galicia/Asturias, Cornwall.
The Shipleys of Maryland was founded in 1925 as a family organization of the descendants of Adam Shipley who came from England to Maryland in 1668.