Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Levin Winder (1757-1819)
MSA SC 3520-1396

Sources:


Archival Sources:

Adjutant General, Militia Appointments, 1794-1804, vol. 1, p. 4 [S348, 2/8/3/13].

Compiled Service Records of Soldiers Who Served in the American Army During the Revolutionary War, NARA M881, from Fold3.com.

Governor and Council, Letterbook, Levin Winder to James Madison, 26 April 1813, pp. 241-242, MdHR 1885 [MSA S1075-11, 2/26/2/26].

Somerset County Register of Wills, Inventories, Levin Winder, 1819, Liber JP 2, pp. 169-172, MdHR 20,028-6 [MSA C1772-12, 1/50/4/15].

Somerset County Register of Wills, Wills, Thomas Sloss, 1797, Liber EB 17, 1788-1799, pp. 616-618 [MSA T2538-1, 1/50/4/52].

Somerset County Register of Wills, Wills, Levin Winder, 1819, Liber JP 4, p. 61, MdHR 20,067 [MSA C1815-7, 1/50/4/6].

Somerset County Register of Wills, Wills, Mary Winder, 1822, Liber JP 4, pp. 40-41 [MSA C1815-7, 1/50/4/6].

Maryland Inventory of Historic Properties, "Old Washington Academy," Somerset County, S-412.

Maryland State Archives, Special Collections, Biographical Research files, Levin Winder [MSA SC 3520-1396, 2/11/11/4].

Maryland State Archives, Special Collections, Philippe Register Collection, Society of the Cincinnati membership certificate for Levin Winder (1752-1819) [MSA SC 5526].

Maryland State Papers, Red Books, "List of Officers captured in the Southern Department who have not been Exchanged," 26 November 1782, vol .9, no. 90-1 [MSA S989-12, 1/6/3/45].

Maryland State Papers, Series A, Christopher Richmond, "List of Pay Disbursements to Troops," May 1779, MdHR 6636-21-131/9 [MSA S1004-27-4145, 1/7/3/37].

Return of the Maryland troops, 13 September 1776, Revolutionary War Rolls, NARA M246, folder 35, p. 85, from Fold3.com.

Return of the Maryland troops, 27 September 1776, Revolutionary War Rolls, NARA M246, folder 35, pp. 93-94, from Fold3.com.

Return of the Maryland troops, 11 October 1776, Revolutionary War Rolls, NARA M246, folder 35, p. 92, from Fold3.com.

Return of officers & soldiers, etc. of Smallwood’s Regiment, 20 July 1776, Maryland Historical Society, Smallwood Papers, MS 1875.

Votes and Proceedings of the Senate of Maryland Journal, May Session, 1813 [MSA SC M3187].

Votes and Proceedings of the Senate of Maryland Journal, December Session, 1813 [MSA SC M3187].


Published Sources:

Batt, Richard John. "The Maryland Continentals, 1780-1781." PhD diss., Tulane University, 1974.

Board of General Officers to George Washington, 13 April 1779, Founders Online, National Archives.

Cassell, Frank A. "Baltimore in 1813: A Study of Urban Defense in the War of 1812." Military Affairs, vol. 33, no. 3 (December 1969): pp. 349-361.

________. "The Great Baltimore Riot of 1812." The Maryland Historical Magazine, vol. 70, no. 3 (1975): pp. 241-259.

Cray, Robert E. "Remembering the USS Chesapeake: The Politics of Maritime Death and Impressment." Journal of the Early Republic, vol. 25, no. 3 (Fall 2005): pp. 445-474.

Extract of a letter from New-York: Account of the battle on Long-Island, 1 September  1776, American Archives Online, series 5, vol. 2, p. 107.

Federal Direct Tax, 1798, Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 729.

Fischer, David Hackett. Washington’s Crossing. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004.

Gates, Horatio to George Washington, 30 August 1780, Founders Online, National Archives.

Gilje, Paul A. "The Baltimore Riots of 1812 and the Breakdown of the Anglo-American Mob Tradition." Journal of Social History, vol. 13, no. 4 (Summer 1980): pp. 547-564.

Hickey, Donald R. "Federalist Party Unity and the War of 1812." Journal of American Studies, vol. 12, no. 1 (April 1978): pp. 23-39.

Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1 April 1777 to 26 October 1779, Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 21.

Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1780 to 1781, Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 45.

Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1781 to 1784, Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 48.

Muster Rolls and Other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution, Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 18.

Papenfuse, Edward C., et al., eds. A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature, 1635-1789. Vol II. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1985.

Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1796, Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 105.

Proceedings of the Conventions of the Province of Maryland, 1774-1776, Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 78.

Radoff, Morris L. "An Elusive Manuscript: The Proceedings of the Maryland Convention of 1774." American Archivist, vol 30, no. 1 (January 1967).

Return of the Six Independent Companies and First Regiment of Maryland Regulars, 1 December 1776, American Archives, series 5, vol. 3, pp. 1081-1082.

Steuben, Friedrich. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States, Part I. Philadelphia: Styner and Cist, 1792.

Tacyn, Mark Andrew. “‘To the End:’ The First Maryland Regiment and the American Revolution.” PhD diss., University of Maryland College Park, 1999.

Washington, George to Major General Johann Kalb, 18 October 1778, Founders Online, National Archives.

Winder, Levin to James Madison, 26 April 1813, Founders Online, National Archives.


Newspapers:

Alexandria (Virginia) Gazette, 12 November 1812.

Daily National Intelligencer (Washington, D.C.), 16 December 1813.

"Died," Baltimore Patriot, 15 May 1822.

"Extract of a Letter," Baltimore Patriot, 20 August 1816.

"Illegal Waste of Public Money by the Federal Governor and Council of Maryland," Baltimore Patriot, 2 September 1815.

"Obituary," Baltimore Patriot, 3 July 1819.

"Obituary," Maryland Gazette, 8 July 1819, p. 3.

Republican Star (Easton, MD), 15 December 1807, p. 1.

Rhode Island American (Providence, RI), 19 December 1815.

"The Russian Celebration, or Modern Toryism in Maryland exposed," Maryland Republican (Baltimore), 10 February 1814.

Stump, Brice. "Maryland's 'forgotten patriot,'" The (Salisbury) Daily Times, 9 June 1991.

Stump, Brice. "Mystery surrounds lost grave of Gov. Winder," The (Salisbury) Daily Times, 9 June 1991.

Stump, Brice. "Touching History," The (Salisbury) Daily Times, 9 June 1991.

Stump, Brice. "Researchers narrow hunt for Winder grave in late 1940s," The (Salisbury) Daily Times, 16 June 1991.

Stump, Brice. "Legend is all that remains of Winder mansion," The (Salisbury) Daily Times, 16 June 1991.

Stump, Brice. "Inventory offers insight into Winder's personality," The (Salisbury) Daily Times, 16 June 1991.

Stump, Brice. "Dashiell spent decades in search of Winder grave," The (Salisbury) Daily Times, 23 June 1991.

Stump, Brice. "Metal casket theory intrigued researcher," The (Salisbury) Daily Times, 23 June 1991.

Stump, Brice. "Visions of buried riches brought out grave robbers," The (Salisbury) Daily Times, 23 June 1991.

Stump, Brice. "Winder historian faced conflicting stories in search for elusive grave," The (Salisbury) Daily Times, 30 June 1991.

Stump, Brice. "Camp chest belonged to Gen. Washington," The (Salisbury) Daily Times, 30 June 1991.

Stump, Brice. "Winder grave hunters may have been victims of hoax," The (Salisbury) Daily Times, 30 June 1991.

Stump, Brice. "Separating fact from fiction," The (Salisbury) Daily Times, 7 July 1991.

Stump, Brice. "Artist's notes reveal estate visits," The (Salisbury) Daily Times, 7 July 1991.

Stump, Brice. "Speculation puts graveyard near old farm house," The (Salisbury) Daily Times, 7 July 1991.

Stump, Brice. "Investigators face possibility the mystery may be solved," The (Salisbury) Daily Times, 14 July 1991.

Stump, Brice. "Winder descendant provides best lead," The (Salisbury) Daily Times, 14 July 1991.

Stump, Brice. "Ledger reveals insight into private lives," The (Salisbury) Daily Times, 14 July 1991.

"To his Excellency Levin Winder, Esq. Governor of Maryland," Republican Star, 14 September 1813.


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