Angie, I'm not sure but I would bet you could get a certified copy of the original. It just says "orig"
In the book it says that means Original license on file at the Jackson County Probate Office.
However, it also says -- Original licenses, Although many original licenses are actually on file in the Jackson County Courthouse, in the attempt to preserve the originals, these old, fragile licenses are not generally available for public usage. The marriages that have original licenses on file at the Courthouse have been identified with "orig" on the listings...
So, I think it is worth a try to see if they can get you a copy or microfilm copy of something. I can't think of a reason not to try. Good luck
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