Carroll County Genealogical Society
Carroll County Genealogical Society
P.O. Box 1752
Westminster, Maryland  21158
Carroll County Genealogical Society

Westminster, Maryland
Westminster Post Office

Welcome To The CCGS Website!

  The Carroll County Genealogical Society President and Board would like to welcome the many researchers to our website that was created for you, our members and the public in pursuit of genealogical research.  Our informational offerings are rich and we continue to grow our digital content.  As we work to improve the historical records offered at our site we hope that you would join us if you are not a current member.  Enjoy the site, explore and research. Genealogical research is rewarding and we hope that you find your experience with us positive and will return often in your research.      

CCGS News - May 2022

Research Thursdays
  Research Thursdays are scheduled from 1-4 pm.  Please contact us at to schedule a time if you require CCGS Staff assistance.  We ask that if you are not feeling well, please visit us on another day.  Thank you and we hope to see you soon in the library.   
Maryland Archive Links
Did you know that CCGS via the website provides quick links into the Maryland Archives?  Check the menu bar on the left, under CCGS Collections for the link to the Maryland Archives.  We have recently added a link for Md Death Certificates by counties, 1910-1922.  
Something New
   New data has been added to the Members Only Section of our website.  It can be found in the 1813 Assessment Records menu selection.  The new data is the 1813 Assessment Records for Baltimore County Election District #7.  District #7 extended from Baltimore County into present day Carroll County.  Residents in this area were bounded by the Patapsco River to the south, Beaver Run to the west moving north towards present day Route 140, then a bit west of Carrollton to the railroad tracks and back into Baltimore County.  The district encompassed areas of Carrollton, Patapsco, and Finksburg as well as Reisterstown and Worthington Valley.  These records are from the Maryland Archives and were transcribed by George Horvath in 1986.