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Church Minutes from 1850s
Posted by: Rosa Bearden (ID *****1767) Date: February 13, 2008 at 09:19:27
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Is anyone aware of minutes from a Marion County, GA church that were posted on line several years ago or of church records from the mid 1850 that are in existence? They may have been transcibed and are perhaps in Marion County Historical Society Records or maybe an individual has them. I read them on line in abt 1998 but did not print them, to my deep regret. I found the minutes by doing a general search on an ancestor's name (Martin Workman). The site only came up once or twice, and since then I have searched for them in vain. Martin Workman and his wife Nancy were quoted in the minutes. Nancy was a Strawn and there may have been others of her family in Marion County at the time. I would so deeply appreciate any help in finding those chuch minutes.


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