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Re: Early 1900's Marriages in Grayson County
Posted by: Wakley Ann Doyal Date: February 06, 2000 at 01:49:32
In Reply to: Early 1900's Marriages in Grayson County by Eunice Franklin of 1676

The Grayson Co. courthouse does have marriage records for the early 1900's. I am not sure if they will look them up for you. I have done research in person on marriages in Grayson Co. and they are there. You might try writting to the courthouse and ask if they will look for you. Be sure to give them the names and the date. I am not sure what they charge now or even if they still do look ups. But the marriage records are there.
Wakley Ann Doyal

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