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4 Original 1820s marriage record notes!
Posted by: Mark Amanns Date: January 10, 2001 at 07:37:33
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I have 5 very old papers, or rather, scraps of browned paper, on which were recorded 4 marriages and a receipt. These may have been written by the ones who performed the marriages. One even says, "To the Clerk of Jackson C. Ind." Could these have been the source of some of the county's marriage records? Does Jackson County IN even have this data listed? I don't know. I feel these papers were preserved by some county clerk who retired and died long ago. I would prefer to donate to a county historical or genealogical society or, for a small cost, to a descendant.

Weddings: Groom, bride & justice of the peace or minister:

Garretson Grantham & Margret Houston, 7 Aug 1823? by Leonard Houston Jr.
John Scott & Susanna Scott, 12 Oct 1823 by Leonard Houston Jr.
Alexander King & Ann Lyster, 18 March 1824 by Jesse Rowland
David Guthrey & Luiseyanna Wedells, 14 June 1827 by Leonard Houston

Certificate of Receipt:
6/10/1820 George Thompson deposited a receipt from John McAfee
trustee of the seminary of $5 fine collected by Justice of the Peace
James Brown, certificate signed by William Crenshaw


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