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myta
RE: Owen Owings
All I know is that Richard Owen (1745 - Feb 1822) emigrated to Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, from Wales. He was a Methodist minister and teacher of writing and mathematics at the King William School (later St. John's College) in Annapolis c.1790. He married Elizabeth (Pinckney) Owen.

Supposedly "Plinlimmon" in Owings Mills, Baltimore County, Maryland, was named after the Welsh mountain, Plynlimmon.



Added by myta on Jun 22, 2013 3:26 PM
myta
RE: Owen Owings
Either the owners of Plinlimmon were actually Owens (rather than Owings) or a lot of records are using the wrong spelling of their surname.

An account book (1810-17) of Richard Owen and a collection of Maynard family papers is owned by the Maryland Historical Society. The papers have not been processed. The series have been identified, but the material has not been completely sorted into this arrangement.

Box Contents
1 papers of Richard Owen 1783-1817
1 papers of Elizabeth Pinckney Owen [1790]
1 papers of John Owen 1796-1822
1 papers of Mary Owen 1812-42
1 papers of Richard H. Owen 1807-58
2 papers of Juliana Owen Maynard 1806-46
3 papers of Owen Maynard 1817-49
Vol. 1 copy book of Julia Owen Maynard 1815
Drawer 1 John Owen medical diploma 1796
Drawer 2 John Owen letters 1798
Drawer 2 Owen Maynard appointment to justice of the peace 1839




Added by myta on Jun 22, 2013 2:20 PM
 

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