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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Vermont is a [[State-Land States|State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Pennsylvania is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Rhode Island is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] South Carolina is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...for land claims (1864'1915). Once granted by the federal government, later land transactions were filed with the county register of deeds.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Tennessee is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Texas is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ds. See also Utah State Archives' detailed online research guide 'Original Land Titles in Utah Territory' at [http://www.archives.utah.gov/referenc/land2.h
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Virginia is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...nt to attract settlers to sparsely populated regions and to distribute the land fairly to the settlers.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] West Virginia is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...es of Wisconsin land patents are also available. The National Archives has land-entry case files. See Alexander F. Pratt, 'Reminiscences of Wisconsin,' in
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ed timber-culture entries, desert-land final certificates, canceled desert-land entries, and timber and stone lands.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ners were required to file proof of their land title with the U.S. General Land Office (GLO). Abstracts of the files are found in the ''American States Pap
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...omain, and unclaimed land was surveyed by the federal government and sold. Land offices were established at Sitka in 1885, Juneau in 1902, and Nome in 1907
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...Recorder's Office at Tucson should be researched for Gadsden Purchase land records, which also include mission claims.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...lished in 1812, the United States government agreed to acknowledge private land previously granted by Spain and Mexico. Two grants were also awarded to pre
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...t of documents (1797'1845), and the San Jose clerk's archives hold various records from 1792.
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  • ...e first and last years of residence narrows down the search for these land records, which, in a city like New York or Boston, can be voluminous. ...own the naturalization records you'll have to search. In cases where these records are indexed, knowing that one of two naturalized immigrants of the same nam
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...th other federal statutes, provided for the disposal of most of Colorado's land.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Connecticut is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Delaware is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • ...s for the District of Columbia that date prior to 1792 are found among the records for Maryland or Virginia. Microfilm copies of Alexandria County, Virginia, Bessie Wilmarth Gahn's ''Original Patentees of Land at Washington Prior to 1700'' (1836; 1836; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ber of 'heads' in the family. The Florida State Archives is digitizing the land grants at [http://www.floridamemory.com/Collections/SpanishLandGrants www.f
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Georgia is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Hawaii is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...of transactions for each section of land. Township plat books are maps of land entries for each township.
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  • Even though the city dweller is not always dependent upon his or her land for a livelihood, that quarter acre is usually as valuable as the agricultu ...order. City lots, however, may be recorded in volumes separate from county land with their own indexes or finding aids; they are easy to miss.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...across the Wabash River. A later act in 1813 provided preemption rights to land occupied in the state.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ces included the purchaser's 'outside of Indiana' residence. Original land records (1805'76), plus microfilmed copies, are at the Indiana State Library, Archi
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...osition was made by the federal government and its agents. There were nine land districts in Iowa, the first two with offices at Burlington and Dubuque in
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...become one, (3) ''not'' already own 320 acres of land, (4) ''not'' abandon land owned by him in the same state or territory, and (5) intend to use the home
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Kentucky is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] {{Template:Land series (The Source)}}
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...tes acquired 544 million acres from France for the sum of $15 million. The land of the famous Louisiana Purchase was bought for approximately three cents p
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] {{Template:Land series (The Source)}}
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Maine is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • ...al to a local officer to make an examination, survey, and appraisal of the land tract before placing it in the applicant's possession. The notary recorded ...'' remained incomplete. Transfers, exchanges, donations, and partitions of land were made before the local ''alcalde'' or provincial governor, then recorde
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Maryland is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Massachusetts is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ch.: Michigan Department of Conservation, 1940) for information on private land claims.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ailable. The federal government was, apparently, exceedingly slow to begin land surveys in the territory. The pressure of settlers and investors finally re
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...in Mississippi.' Further information is given in E. K. Kirkham, ''The Land Records of America '¦'' (see page 6) and ''Guide to Genealogical Research in the N
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...Society published ''Index to the Minutes of the first and second Board of Land Commissioners, Missouri, 1805'1812 and 1832'1835'' (1981; reprint, St. Loui
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...All of these offices were eliminated by 1950, leaving Billings as the only land office at present.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Nebraska is a public domain state in which land was initially granted by the federal government. The first homestead claim
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...arson County (Utah Territory) land records and land patents for the state. Land office grants are indexed on the [http://www.glorecords.blm.gov BLM website
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] New Hampshire is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] New Jersey is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...912. When it became a part of the United States, it became a public-domain land state.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] New York is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] North Carolina is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...plats are located at the BLM, P.O. Box 222, Billings, MT 59107. To search land patents, use the BLM website [http://www.glorecords.blm.gov www.glorecords.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Virginia, New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts claimed portions of land in this part of Northwest Territory based on charters granted by the kings
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...or labor with the Five Civilized Tribes in exchange for land tenancy. Land records for the nations were filed under their respective Bureau of Indian Affairs
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...me of the wife, record of migration to Oregon, record of settlement on the land, citizenship, and names of witnesses and those who testified in behalf of t
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  • ...section indicates the officials or repositories in charge of the original records. ...ltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2000); and E. K. Kirkham, ''The Land Records of America and Their Genealogical Value'' (Salt Lake City: Deseret, 1964).
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  • This collection contains land records, mostly deed books of indentures, from Delaware between the years 1677 and <gallery widths=100px heights=100px caption = "The following records should be classified as 'Deed Book" - key all of the information present on
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  • This collection contains records pertaining to land held in California by people of Japanese descent. Choose the "Estate Card" form type for images of cards with the words "Alien Land Ownership-Estate" at the top of the image.<br><br>
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  • ...by non-naturalized immigrants from 1921-1942. Immigrants included in these records are mostly of Japanese descent, but those of Chinese, Indian, and Korean de ...ult for immigrants, especially those of Japanese descent, to own land. The records in this collection represent individuals who attempted to circumvent these
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  • ...by non-naturalized immigrants from 1921-1942. Immigrants included in these records are mostly of Japanese descent, but those of Chinese, Indian, and Korean de ...ult for immigrants, especially those of Japanese descent, to own land. The records in this collection represent individuals who attempted to circumvent these
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  • This collection contains records of land purchased in New South Wales, Australia, 1857-1859. ...ase records, information to be keyed is not always uniformly laid out. The records are all handwritten in hand drawn tables with one exception where the infor
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  • #REDIRECT [[World Archives Project: New South Wales, Australia, Land Records, 1856-1859 (Part 2)]]
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  • '''This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]] and [[Matthew Wright]] in ''[[The Source: A Gu ...en to digitize them. Because of technological developments, federal census records can now be researched via the Internet from a home computer or at the neare
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  • ...separate volumes (1977, 1980). All of Vermont's federal population census records are indexed and available online through subscription databases (see page 1 ...ade on the premises and the amount of lumber milled. When using the census records, care should be taken to consider alternate spelling, especially for French
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  • ...ndbook focusing specifically on the availability of the extensive original records in Vermont. A listing of available lot maps for towns (see Maps) is include ...This is probably the most detailed and easy-to-read account of the Vermont land controversy and its role in the Revolution and formation of the United Stat
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  • ...found in town offices, the Vermont Historical Society, the Vermont Public Records Division, or other state agencies (see [[Background Sources for Vermont]]'E
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Vermont is a [[State-Land States|State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...s filed. Many people disposed of their holdings to one or more children in land transactions before death.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...urisdiction over Vermont land. For this reason, New York and New Hampshire records must be consulted even up to 1791.
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  • '''This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]] and [[Matthew Wright]] in ''[[The Source: A Gu ...Indians living on government reservations or living on unsettled tracts of land. Indians not in tribal relations, whether of mixed blood or not, who were n
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  • ==[[Vermont Public Records Division]]== ...with this centralized group of records before focusing on individual town records.
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  • ...d a sizable number of New Hampshire granted towns. Gloucester County court records are extant and have been published. In 1777 two Vermont counties were erect ...e name and address of the probate district; and the dates probate district records are extant.
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  • ...wn officials. Few of such materials have been published and remain in town records. Notable exceptions are: ...rks rarely have time to do more than a cursory search of the deed or vital records indexes; however, each office is open to the public for research purposes.
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  • '''This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]] and [[Matthew Wright]] in ''[[The Source: A Gu ...les and indexes at the Family History Library. An appendix lists where the records are found for twelve states whose schedules are not at the library. Origina
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  • '''This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]] and [[Matthew Wright]] in ''[[The Source: A Gu In the absence of official census records, genealogists and historians have shown ingenuity in filling the resulting
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  • '''This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]] and [[Matthew Wright]] in ''[[The Source: A Gu ...numerations, 1782'1785''.<ref>Bureau of the Census, ''Bureau of the Census Records of State Enumerations, 1782'1785'' (1908; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical
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  • '''This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]] and [[Matthew Wright]] in ''[[The Source: A Gu ...f household; marital and tribal status; and occupation, health, education, land ownership, and source of sustenance. Some enumerators also added customs an
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  • ...ssible substitutes for missing or damaged [[1790 U.S. Census|1790 census]] records. =Land Records=
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  • '''This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]] and [[Matthew Wright]] in ''[[The Source: A Gu Bureau of the Census. ''Records of State Enumerations, 1782'1785''. 1908; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical
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  • ...blished archives include records concerning military service and pensions, land warrants, naturalizations, baptisms and marriages, tax lists, ships' lists, ...of Philadelphia County Subdivisions'', 2d ed. (Philadelphia: Department of Records, 1966), now available as ''Philadelphia Maps, 1682'1982: Townships'District
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Pennsylvania is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • ...vital records, censuses, maps, tax lists, military records, and state land records. See Robert M. Dructor, ''Guide to Genealogical Sources at the Pennsylvania ...Helen Hutchinson Woodroffe compiled 'A Genealogist's Guide to Pennsylvania Records.' Beginning in volume 31 (1979), it is a listing of the county material in
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  • ...vens and Kent's ''County Government Archives'' cited under [[Vermont Court Records]]. ...ound in the register's office or orphans' court. (See [[Pennsylvania Court Records]] for other county offices.)
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  • ...conflicts developed with both Massachusetts and Connecticut colonies over land claims. Good collections of Rhode Island records, the indexing of early materials, and the short distance from one end of th
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Rhode Island is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • ...dence for the social status of a family and its presence in a town when no land is owned.
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  • ...tribes in New England. 'Indian' is a term found often in all categories of records for the state. As with African American slaves, natives often took the name
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  • ...storical Society, in its large collection of manuscript material, has many records on African Americans. ...tribes in New England. 'Indian' is a term found often in all categories of records for the state. As with African American slaves, natives often took the name
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  • ...nning dates that land and probate records can be found and where the court records for that town can be located. Some early records for the four original towns, Portsmouth, Providence, Newport, and Warwick a
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  • ...), the complete United States 1790 census, and published revolutionary war records from most of the colonies. ...00,000 family group records submitted by LDS church members. Most of these records were microfilmed; the submission code is listed with the submitter's name,
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  • ...with this centralized group of records before focusing on individual town records.
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  • ...vital records, censuses, maps, tax lists, military records, and state land records. See Robert M. Dructor, ''Guide to Genealogical Sources at the Pennsylvania
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  • ...each female and each male under sixteen. Instead they chose security over land, surrounding their houses with a palisade and confining themselves to ten-a ...Charleston in 1783, it was the only repository for South Carolina's public records until 1785 and remained the capital of South Carolina until the legislature
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  • Brent Howard Holcomb, ''A Guide to South Carolina Genealogical Research and Records'' (Columbia, S.C.: the author, 1986) and George K. Schweitzer, ''South Caro ...urces available to genealogists. A link to an updated 'Series List' of the records indexed appears on that webpage.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] South Carolina is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...ho would inherit. If there were no male heirs, all female heirs shared the land equally. South Carolina abolished primogeniture with a law that became effe
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  • ...is article originally appeared in "Business, Institution, and Organization Records" by [[Kay Haviland Freilich]], CG, CGL, and [[Ann Carter Fleming]], CG, CGL ...often-neglected sources'such as business, institutional, and organization records'can help us determine facts and at the same time supply rich contextual inf
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...hly. See also Alexia J. Helsley & Michael Stauffer, ''South Carolina Court Records: An Introduction for Genealogists'' (Columbia, S.C.: The Department of Arch
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  • ...is article originally appeared in "Business, Institution, and Organization Records" by [[Kay Haviland Freilich]], CG, CGL, and [[Ann Carter Fleming]], CG, CGL ...s may have kept regarding its [[Customer Records|customers]] or [[Employee Records|employees]].
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  • ...rgaretta, Leland, and Isabella G. Childs, 'South Carolina Episcopal Church Records,' ''South Carolina Historical Magazine'' 84 (October 1983): 250-63. ...lina and Georgia'' (N.p.: Ben Franklin Press, 1982). South Carolina Quaker records are included in William Wade Hinshaw, ed., ''Encyclopedia of American Quake
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  • ...is article originally appeared in "Business, Institution, and Organization Records" by [[Kay Haviland Freilich]], CG, CGL, and [[Ann Carter Fleming]], CG, CGL =Company Records and Histories=
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  • ...is article originally appeared in "Business, Institution, and Organization Records" by [[Kay Haviland Freilich]], CG, CGL, and [[Ann Carter Fleming]], CG, CGL ...hat can lead us to other records. Details from membership applications and records often include dates and places that can be very helpful in our genealogical
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  • ...is article originally appeared in "Business, Institution, and Organization Records" by [[Kay Haviland Freilich]], CG, CGL, and [[Ann Carter Fleming]], CG, CGL Benedict, Karen M. ''A Select Bibliography on Business Archives and Records Management''. Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 1981.
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  • ...a Department of Archives & History appear in ''A Guide to Local Government Records in the South Carolina Archives'' (Columbia, S.C.: University of South Carol
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  • ...a Department of Archives & History appear in ''A Guide to Local Government Records in the South Carolina Archives'' (Columbia, S.C.: University of South Carol ...tensive online catalog of manuscripts, books, and family histories (60,000 records) can be searched at [http://www.schistory.org/searchcatalogue.htm www.schis
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  • ...ds of both. A complete listing of the counties of South Carolina and their records is found on the following chart, Districts and Counties, 1800'Present. ...often recorded records when they acquired local government, so some of the records pre-date the formation of local governments.
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  • ...ptions are given. This description can then be used to locate federal land records. Additional information in 1905's enumeration gives the length of time the ...Identifies federal, state, and territorial censuses, as well as substitute records (FamilySearch Research Wiki).
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...for land claims (1864'1915). Once granted by the federal government, later land transactions were filed with the county register of deeds.
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  • ...will be available at a central location. At present, there are some county records housed at the state archives, but many remain at the local level. ...archives, such as adoption records, insanity records, and mother's pension records have restricted access. Dates with (?) have not been verified by the state,
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  • ...increasing number of Anglo settlements, battles with Native Americans over land rights, constantly violated Native American treaties, and numerous changes ...h had purchased over twenty million acres from the Cherokee, began selling land for speculation between the Kentucky and Cumberland rivers.
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  • ...rtial Census of 1787 to 1791 of Tennessee as Taken from the North Carolina Land Grants'' (Salt Lake City: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1990). Twenty-six of Tennessee's counties have federal census records for 1820. These middle and west Tennessee counties are Bedford, Davidson, D
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  • ...ry county government now has a website. Many include records or indexes to records held by various county agencies (see [[Tennessee County Resources]]). ...he most helpful source material. It details library collections and county records with dates.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Tennessee is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...n which the state was a party, such as state land grants recorded in court records.
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  • ...Roots, 1345 Oak Ridge Turnpike, #318, Oak Ridge, TN 37830, which includes records from 1816 through 1839. ...le: Tennessee State Library, 1983). Acklen's two-volume work (see Cemetery Records) includes references to manuscripts.
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  • ...each category at the county seat, but this is not meant to imply that all records are extant from that date. County formation is from information supplied by ...is is a county-by-county guide to published WPA typescript and microfilmed records.
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  • Most records for Native American families from Tennessee are located in Oklahoma. The ma ...state until December 1835, when their final exodus began. Even though all land had been ceded, some Native Americans remained in Tennessee after that date
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  • ...and on microfilm. In addition to AISI indexes and online access to census records (see page 3), other published indexes of federal population schedules are a ...amily members. This is available at the Texas State Library as part of the records group contained in the Nacogdoches Archives section for 1753 to 1836 on mic
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  • ...Available Town and County Local Histories, Local Memoirs and Genealogical Records'' (Austin, Tex.: Eakin Press, 1983); and ''Texas Counties, a Catalog of In- ...ries for Texas. Historical and genealogical societies publish a variety of records including histories of the counties and towns or cities. To obtain a list o
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  • The GLO (see [[Texas Land Records]]) houses original plat maps for the state (see [http://www.glo.state.tx.us ...'s ''Map of the State of Texas''. Compiled from the Records of the General Land Office (GLO) of the State. Houston: n.p., 1849.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Texas is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...ons is more thoroughly outlined in the Kennedy and Kennedy, ''Genealogical Records in Texas'' (see [[Background Sources for Texas]]). Although English common
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  • ...y level and maintained by the office of county tax assessor-collector. Tax records through 1980 are filed with the state comptroller of public accounts. These ...library loan. A record of taxpayers of Houston was enumerated in 1839. Tax records through 1901 through 1947 are readily accessible, but not on interlibrary l
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  • [[Category: U.S. Military Records]] ...s are filed at the local county courthouse. An extensive array of military records, too numerous to list here, has been published. The list would include Revo
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  • ...o Texas and are based on records no longer extant in Texas port of arrival records. ...asley, S.C.: Southern Historical Press, 1984. Lists surviving fragments of records.
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  • ...oldings of the Local Records Division of the Texas State Library of County Records on Microfilm'' (1978; 2d ed., Austin, Tex.: Texas State Library, 1990), is ...pective area. Thus there is no one state depository with a complete set of records.
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  • ...roups added their tracks, followed by the Gold Rushers of the early 1850s. Records of all of these parties are available, mostly in published form. ...St. Louis and north from Taos in search of beaver. Osborne Russell's diary records that he wintered in the Weber Valley in 1843 with a party of French-Canadia
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  • [[Category: U.S. Birth, Marriage, and Death Records]] ...egister births. In 1898, the state legislature provided for central county records, requiring county clerks to keep separate birth and death registers.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ds. See also Utah State Archives' detailed online research guide 'Original Land Titles in Utah Territory' at [http://www.archives.utah.gov/referenc/land2.h
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  • ...ng process, it is best to contact them first regarding a specific county's records in their holdings. Those county record books before 1905 that have not been ...to the Utah State Archives (see [[Utah Probate Records]] and [[Utah Court Records]]). Those at the county seat reside with the county clerk.
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  • ...l events occurred that had far-reaching impact. Free settlers were granted land, establishing property ownership. The House of Burgesses, America's first r ...prime opportunity. The London Company lured these people to Virginia with land.
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  • ...nance from 1607 to 1624. Susan Myra Kingsbury transcribed and edited ''The Records of the Virginia Company of London'', 4 vols. (Washington, D.C.: Government ...records from 1622 through 1775, although there are many gaps in the early records.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Virginia is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ..., and J. Christian Kolbe, comps., ''A Preliminary Guide to Pre-1904 County Records in the Archives Branch, Virginia State Library and Archives'' (Richmond, Va
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...s, guardianships, inventories, appraisals, and settlements are some of the records related to a person's estate or probate record.
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  • Virginia's tax records are a rich'and largely untapped'resource. During the Colonial period, there ...es for Virginia are available at the Library of Virginia. ''Using Land Tax Records at the Archives of the Library of Virginia'' (Research Notes Number 1) can
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  • [[Category: U.S. Military Records]] ...provide only the name of the soldier and the unit in which he served. The records consist primarily of rosters, rolls, and lists that survived the wars and s
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  • ...rched at [http://www.familysearch.org www.familysearch.org]. Most original records remain in the county and independent city courthouses. ...ties have been absorbed by independent cities. To the extent possible, the records of the county are detailed separately from those of an independent city.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...nt to attract settlers to sparsely populated regions and to distribute the land fairly to the settlers.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Court Records" by [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]], FUGA, [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, a
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Court Records" by [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]], FUGA, [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, a
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  • ...ational Archives'Pacific Alaska Region]], and microfilm copies of selected records are available at the [http://www.familysearch.org The Family History Libra Other important Native American sources include school records and special compiled collections. The Chemawa School in Chemawa, Oregon, an
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  • ...h originally held in the county seat, many county land, probate, and court records have been transferred to the state archive's regional branches. ...important as it will direct researchers to the correct county where older records are filed. Other dates were taken from the Washington State Archives'Region
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] West Virginia is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Court Records" by [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]], FUGA, [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, a
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Court Records" by [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]], FUGA, [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, a
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...ancipations, school commissioner reports, and cattle brands. For a list of records in this collection by county, see [http://www.libraries.wvu.edu/wvcollectio
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  • ...nia, collected taxes from as early as 1624. See the section [[Virginia Tax Records]] for a comprehensive discussion of the laws governing taxes, the types of ...es in their offices. The Library of Virginia has the personal property tax records from 1782 through 1863, when West Virginia became a separate state.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Court Records" by [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]], FUGA, [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, a
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  • ...records created by the clerk since its inception. Microfilm copies of the records (nineteenth and early twentieth centuries) can be searched at the Archives ...vital records are located at the clerk's office at the county seat. Court records, including naturalizations and divorces, are at the circuit court clerk's o
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...es of Wisconsin land patents are also available. The National Archives has land-entry case files. See Alexander F. Pratt, 'Reminiscences of Wisconsin,' in
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  • ...prior to 1907 are on microfilm for the entire state (see [[Wisconsin Vital Records]]). Census holdings include all federal censuses for all states. The societ ...e [[Census Records for Wisconsin]]), sets of land, probate, court, and tax records from many Wisconsin counties and municipalities.
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  • Records indicate, according to Zachary Cooper in ''Black Settlers in Rural Wisconsi ...aties on one parcel of land, requiring at times the repurchase of the same land.
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  • ...e the responsibility of the following offices: birth, marriage, death, and land'register of deeds; court'clerk of courts; probate'county probate court. ...ganization and questions of attachment affect the creation and location of records, they can be quite important to the researcher.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Court Records" by [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]], FUGA, [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, a
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ed timber-culture entries, desert-land final certificates, canceled desert-land entries, and timber and stone lands.
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  • ...iles, school and land records, censuses, and photographs of Indians. These records are available at the [[National Archives'Rocky Mountain Region]] in Denver ...sts, or Congregationalists. In Wyoming, British companies had considerable land holdings and controlled numerous cattle and horse ranches.
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  • ...xist before mandatory statewide recording, but most counties hold marriage records. Some even date before incorporation. ...onducting extensive research on the county level to determine which county records have been deposited at the Wyoming State Archives and which are only availa
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Court Records" by [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]], FUGA, [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, a
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  • The only extant records for Alabama of the almost-destroyed 1890 census are portions of Perryville ...Conecuh, Dallas, Franklin, Limestone, St. Clair, Shelby, and Wilcox. These records have been published and indexed.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ners were required to file proof of their land title with the U.S. General Land Office (GLO). Abstracts of the files are found in the ''American States Pap
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  • Military and state census records are housed at this repository in addition to most copies of county material ...rvice and pension records, Jefferson county newspapers, and Alabama county records. The BPL also has WPA compilations of Alabama source material found nowhere
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  • ...A sizable group of materials on native inhabitants who occupied Alabama's land has been microfilmed through the National Archives (see page 11-12). Topics
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  • ...bused and neglected. Some records have simply disappeared. Other scattered records are now preserved by the Alabama Department of Archives and History, the Un ...ve had less destructive fires are indicated on the chart. However, not all records were lost.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...omain, and unclaimed land was surveyed by the federal government and sold. Land offices were established at Sitka in 1885, Juneau in 1902, and Nome in 1907
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  • ...ch became part of the Gadsden Purchase) was part of the ''Primeria Alta'' (land of the Upper Pima), which included the northern part of Sonora in Mexico. ...preserving, making accessible, and microfilming early Spanish and Mexican records, along with those developed during the territorial and statehood periods.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...Recorder's Office at Tucson should be researched for Gadsden Purchase land records, which also include mission claims.
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  • Researchers should be aware that many Arizona records pre-date the county formation due to mining claims, grants, territorial cou ...rchives, and Public Records website has links to 'Accessing Arizona Public Records' with public record and county information.
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  • ...well as census, county, land, church, cemetery, marriage, military, vital records, and an invaluable bibliography. ...f Arkansas, 1947: A Narrative....'' 4 vols. Hopkinsville, Ark.: Historical Records Association, 1947. A continuation of the above three volumes by Herndon.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...lished in 1812, the United States government agreed to acknowledge private land previously granted by Spain and Mexico. Two grants were also awarded to pre
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  • [[Category: U.S. Military Records]] ...of 1812, and various Indian wars. The commission also has compiled service records for Arkansas men for the Mexican War, [http://www.ancestry.com/civilwar150
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  • ...e been used for recording purposes. Some county clerks also maintain court records, but most are at the office of the clerk of the circuit court. Addresses fo ...n, ''A Survey of the County Records of Arkansas'' (Newport, Ark.: Arkansas Records Association, 1972). Both were used in compiling the chart that follows.
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  • ...il the Mexican government secularized the mission holdings in 1833 and the land passed into private ownership. Citizens of Spain and Mexico occupied the co ...efore these cases were adjudicated. Not until March 1851 did Congress send land commissioners west to review all grant titles.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...t of documents (1797'1845), and the San Jose clerk's archives hold various records from 1792.
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  • ...otal missions built were founded by Father Serra. Microfiche of some vital records from the missions is available at the FHL. ...ds are deposited and others have individual parishes that retain their own records. Each diocese has a website with links to individual parishes, making the s
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  • ...se are considered one port of entry in passenger arrivals by sea. Southern land points of entry include San Ysidro, Campo, and Tecate in San Diego County, ...ide the United States and emigrants from within the United States, such as records for the Russian Consular in San Francisco (1862'1928), which document Jews,
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  • ...location of records. Some tribes are additionally mentioned in the agency records for the border states of Arizona, Nevada, and Oregon. This includes the Col ...icans, and more recently Latin Americans, and Southeast Asians. The public records of California include all ethnic groups, and most libraries can be helpful
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  • ...luded the names of a number of persons who arrived in California from both land and sea routes. Original sources are not indicated for entries because many ...l Society published five volumes of probate records, newspapers, and vital records covering the period of 1850 to 1866 for its county in ''Gold Rush Days'', w
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  • ...has probate books and files from the county's superior court, civil court records, and naturalizations. Divorces may be in either place, depending on how the ...ifornia State Archives and the FHL both have microfilms of selected county records. Current information for county offices can be found at [http://www.state.c
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  • ...in business. In cases where a specific occupation is given, you can search records pertinent to that occupation. ...eath and probate records, church records, naturalization records, and land records.
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  • ...e first and last years of residence narrows down the search for these land records, which, in a city like New York or Boston, can be voluminous. ...own the naturalization records you'll have to search. In cases where these records are indexed, knowing that one of two naturalized immigrants of the same nam
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  • ...ition 150 years earlier. However, they ran out of money and were forced to land at the Dutch colony. There are records for this period at the American Jewish Historical Society and the American
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  • ...ovide data of use in Jewish genealogical research, including many specific records, hours of operation, public transportation, finding aids, fees, and restric ...Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2000. Names and addresses of vital records repositories throughout the world.
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  • ...ganized Native American land, and finally Nebraska and Kansas. Non-federal records, however, exist only for the domains of Utah, New Mexico, Kansas, and Nebra ...the United States. A treaty with the Ute followed in 1864, ceding all Ute land east of the Continental Divide. Despite the treaties, the period from 1861
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  • | style="text-align: center;"|[[Colorado Vital Records]] | style="text-align: center;"|[[Census Records for Colorado]]
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...th other federal statutes, provided for the disposal of most of Colorado's land.
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  • ...nth and eighteenth centuries, will find in this period more variety in the records than they have previously experienced. There are several reasons for this, ...aces. At the same time, they also need to be alert to the possibility that records originally entered in one volume will, in modern times, be split out and pu
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  • =Records= ...County probates, but the deeds have not been published.<ref>''The Probate Records of Essex County, Massachusetts'', 3 vols. (Salem, 1916'20).</ref>
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  • ...Massachusetts colony records in addition to searching the town and county records of Maine. ...and David Pulsifer.<ref>Nathaniel B. Shurtleff and David Pulsifer, eds., ''Records of the Colony of New Plymouth in New England'' (Boston, 1855'61).</ref> The
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  • ...ad virtually no relevance for record keeping, inasmuch as land and probate records were at all times maintained by the towns. The General Court of Trials, whi =Records=
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  • ...entury) remained the creators of the usual run of civil and criminal court records. Over the decades, however, probate jurisdiction was divided and subdivided =Records=
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  • ...in 1982 by Kay R. Merrill and is very helpful in locating published county records. Every-name indexes to the journal are also available. ...d ''The Rocky Mountain News'' beginning in 1939 and includes a few earlier records. These will be searched by library staff for a fee; some years are covered
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  • ...so the governor of New Jersey, but the proprietors retained control of the land. In 1738, New Jersey became completely independent of New York and, for the =Records=
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  • ...ecording began (see Vital Records) are located in the various County Vital Records offices. A list of telephone numbers is available at [http://www.cdphe.stat Court records are found in county and district courts, with probate records in the district courts (unless moved to the [[Colorado State Archives]]).
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  • ...ct royal rule from 1692 to 1694. However, control over both government and land was returned to Penn, and Pennsylvania remained a proprietary colony until ...ut and the Susquehanna Company, on the basis of a territorial claim of any land to the west of Connecticut along the same parallels, began a number of sett
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  • ...as such. On the other hand, the researcher must be prepared to examine the records of New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and New Jersey in resolving many Delaw =Records=
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  • Except for 1890, Connecticut has a complete set of federal census records. Either originals or microfilm copies and book indexes to all of the above ...lbrook Research Institute, 1977), which combines a number of sources (tax, land, church, freeman, probate) in an attempt to count the heads of household by
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  • ...vels, reducing the impediments to research arising from the loss of county records. =Records=
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  • =Records= ...ors, which became known as 'proprietary grants.' This separate proprietary land office was established by Charles II in that year as part of his political
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Connecticut is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • ...eastern North Carolina. The colony of Virginia went so far as to make some land grants in this region. ...From 1663 until 1729, the colony was ruled by the proprietors, who granted land under the usual terms. In 1729 seven of the eight proprietors sold their ri
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...research sources and clear jurisdiction on land and vital records. Probate records and finding the correct jurisdiction for a particular time period is more c
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  • ...were held outside Charleston. Despite these jurisdictional expansions, all records that might elsewhere be housed at the county level were in South Carolina h =Records=
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  • ...Society]] and the genealogical collections throughout the state have some records. See Frederick Robertson Jones, ''History of Taxation in Connecticut, 1636' ...f which is usually itemized. Later years indicate out-of-state owners. The records have not been microfilmed as a group, but the originals can be researched a
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  • ...ilarities to the system of proprietors of the other southern colonies, and land was granted to individuals by the trustees. The grant to the trustees expir ...with eight counties being erected in that year. Thus, there are no county records from the colonial period.
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  • ...and west in New York. Reports from the frontier are quite common including land advertisements, letters from former residents, and social items. An index ( ...bound in these collections, but other items such as school records, church records, and original copies of wills and deeds can sometimes be found. There are n
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  • Bartlett, John Russell, ed. ''Records of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations in New England, 16 Candler, Allen D., ed. ''The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia''. 32 vols. Atlanta and Athens, Ga., 1904-89.
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  • ...rent district or districts. For earlier probate divisions, see the Probate Records section above. If a town was formed after its probate district, only that d ...ttp://www.familysearch.org The Family History Library] (FHL). Town meeting records, with their rich material describing various aspects of the town, are not a
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  • ...oday, mostly as a geographical description in wills, deeds, and assessment records. Delaware remained a part of Pennsylvania until the Revolutionary War but h ...and western and southern Sussex counties. Consequently, very few Delaware records exist for this area before 1775.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Delaware is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...in print. The Delaware Public Archives has an online probate database with records up to 1925 at [http://www.state.de.us/sos/dpa/collections/probate.shtml www
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...cludes not only court, but civil, ecclesiastical, vestry, Bible, and other records.
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  • Much of this history, along with post-1664 census records, is outlined in Scharf's ''History of Delaware'' (see [[Background Sources ...xpand their plantations; and 3) Virginia emigrants also seeking either new land opportunities and/or to escape the growing religious intolerance of the Vir
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  • ...rths, marriages, and deaths recorded by the counties, see [[Delaware Vital Records]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Military Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Military Records" by [[Lloyd deWitt Bockstruck]], MA, MS, and [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]]
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  • ...s for the District of Columbia that date prior to 1792 are found among the records for Maryland or Virginia. Microfilm copies of Alexandria County, Virginia, Bessie Wilmarth Gahn's ''Original Patentees of Land at Washington Prior to 1700'' (1836; 1836; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical
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  • ...County, was under Prince George's and Montgomery county jurisdiction. The land originally belonging to Virginia consisted of Fairfax County and later Alex ...aling with bankruptcy, manumissions and emancipations, fugitive slave case records, habeas corpus papers, and marriage licenses for 1837 to 1862 were also cre
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  • ...records before 1863 are at Washington National Records Center. Later court records are in the appropriate court's office. ! Land
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  • All of Florida's federal population census records are available at the [[Florida State Archives]] and more widely available t ...of male and female free persons of color, the number of acres and value of land, and the value of buildings, furniture, and plantation livestock.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ber of 'heads' in the family. The Florida State Archives is digitizing the land grants at [http://www.floridamemory.com/Collections/SpanishLandGrants www.f
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...able through the FHL and the Florida State Archives. These records include land, vital, probate, soldiers and sailors discharge papers, naturalizations, gu
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  • Voluminous records of various aspects of black life in Florida have been surveyed for ''The Bl ...including lists of slaves are interspersed throughout the archives' county records microfilm collection. A few counties (Gadsden, Leon, and Gulf) provide inde
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  • ...n records. Land records can be misleading on absentee owners, but election records were sworn documents requiring proof of residence, usually six months in th Among the most useful records for those tracing ancestors at the time of statehood are the returns of the
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  • ...epartments with few exceptions (see Vital Records). Many of the courthouse records have been microfilmed by the LDS church and can be ordered through the FHL. ...ties have indexes to earlier dates such as 1900. Once the record is found, records can be ordered and paid for online.
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  • ...often omitted or unreadable. Land lottery, military, tax lists, and other records, discussed under other headings, are available as census substitutes and su Both the Georgia Archives and the FHL have a complete set of Georgia census records and mortality schedules.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Georgia is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • ...unty basis in the late 1780s. By 1783 Georgia tax laws provided for taxing land according to its quality and quantity, and male polls were white males over ...nta has selected and indexed some tax digests for the years 1789'1819. Tax records no longer exist for every county, and others were omitted from the foundati
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  • [[Category: U.S. Military Records]] ...vice frequently during the colonial period. Unfortunately, few informative records remain to tell who was involved in what conflict. Murtie June Clark, ''Colo
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  • ...on, D.C. The Georgia Archives has indexed unpublished typescripts of state records concerning the Creeks and Cherokees, including information on their white r ...r preserved each type of record listed above. In fact, the number of local records attesting to a specific slave is minuscule when compared to those available
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  • ...then recorded with the clerk of the superior court in each county. Probate records were recorded with the clerk of the ordinary court, as were marriages. Most ...county records on microfilm and has several collections of loose, original records.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Hawaii is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • ...d, can be traced to the arrival of Soryu Kagahi, a priest of the True Pure Land Sect and a native of Oita Prefecture. He arrived at Honolulu Harbor in Marc ...ion to the various parishes in the diocese, thus making requests to obtain records and information relatively easy. The Catholic Church today is the largest C
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  • ...e for the individual counties, but in Hawaii, the counties do not hold the records. For a more complete discussion as to the location of county record sources ! Land
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...of transactions for each section of land. Township plat books are maps of land entries for each township.
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  • ...e the Mormon presence remains strong today. Mormon ward/branch and mission records are available at the FHL. Brigham Young University'Idaho is a Mormon instit ...n converting the Native Americans to Christianity rather than settling the land. Methodists and Presbyterians arrived in the region before the Catholic fat
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  • ...ka (Seattle) and the Idaho State Historical Society. Northern Idaho Agency records are also available at the FHL. ...rds for accounts of individual Indians, records concerning owners of ceded land, irrigation, forestry, loans, and law suits. The Fort Hall Agency administe
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  • ...records and court records, including judgments, minutes, and miscellaneous records, are available previous to county formation. In the list that follows, the ...ho State Historical Society library also holds microfilms of most of these records. Other large collections on microfilm are at the FHL.
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  • ...o a coherent pattern, and then following them as they lead you into public records that add to the detail'or perhaps alter the assumptions. Is the medal from ...[1880 U.S. Census|1880 census record]] and, ultimately, public and private records for the children and their older siblings. Eventually a living descendant w
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  • ...Protestant frequently differed, and those differences dictate the types of records to be used. ...research because of their multilayered bureaucracies, the sheer volume of records created by enormous populations, and a lack of printed indexes and access t
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  • Even though the city dweller is not always dependent upon his or her land for a livelihood, that quarter acre is usually as valuable as the agricultu ...order. City lots, however, may be recorded in volumes separate from county land with their own indexes or finding aids; they are easy to miss.
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  • ..., and Gazetteers,' in ''Printed Sources: A Guide to Published Genealogical Records''. ...be listed by subject. School district and cemetery maps may help to locate records from those agencies. The New York Public Library has one of the largest cit
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  • ...t search engines are also good places to begin a search for specific court records. ...if indexes and records are immediately accessible or if storage of actual records in an off-site location will make it necessary to make two or more trips to
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  • ...ich are sometimes dispersed rather than in compact collections. The school records themselves are usually kept at the municipal level, but the library can pro ...nealogical Society of Utah and the Family History Library have brought the records of the world to our doorsteps. Lubomyr Wynar's ''Encyclopedic Directory of
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  • *Land sales'descriptions of the land and names of grantors and grantees *Politicians'stories and records of achievements and wrongdoings
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  • ..., you'll likely be able to use that information to find church or cemetery records. Likewise, if the newspaper indicates that the death was sudden or unexpect ...rmation may also open the door to possible court, cemetery, land, or other records.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...across the Wabash River. A later act in 1813 provided preemption rights to land occupied in the state.
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  • ...es was sold at public auction. There do not appear to be any surviving tax records from this territorial period. ...rial. The 1819 laws provided the first taxation process, imposing taxes on land, bank stock owned, slaves and indentured negroes or mulattoes, plus a poor
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  • ...a newspaper search might direct the researcher to otherwise unknown court records. The chance spotting in a newspaper of a court docket might be the only clu ...ese entries can be the key to locating original case files and other court records.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Military Records]] ...ganizations from the State of Illinois,' an index to the National Archives records, is located at the [[Newberry Library]] (NARA microfilm publication M539) a
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  • ...from Chicago Newspapers, 1845'' (Chicago: the society, 1975); and ''Vital Records from Chicago Newspapers, 1843'1844'' (Chicago: the society, 1974). Some sug ...records, road petitions, registers of slaves and free negroes, and probate records are only a few of the multitude of historically important documents in the
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  • ...(Springfield, Illinois, 1991, second edition) or request the Genealogical Records and Mail Research Policy brochure from the archives.
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  • ...eds, cemetery records, naturalizations, church records, and extensive land records.
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  • ...(Springfield, Illinois, 1991, second edition) or request the Genealogical Records and Mail Research Policy brochure from the archives. ...ies at state universities include archival material from 102 counties. The records include original local govern-
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  • ...ant for the genealogist are advertisements about insolvent debtors, forced land sales, educational opportunities, and professional services. In some cases, stories like that of Mary Wellington may lead to court records, but even when they do not, news items of this nature can shine a light on
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  • ...onic records have become powerful tools for accessing newspapers and other records from around the world. In the personal and local news columns, we can trace ...n extensive and very fine sea wall has been built, fifty or sixty acres of land are in excellent cultivation, and this work as well as other building servi
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  • ...were required to register six months after they arrived in Illinois. These records are extant. Many slaves were leased from slave owners in Kentucky and Tenne ...after 17 January 1829, possibly recorded in the common pleas court files. Records of African Americans in Illinois frequently gave places of origin in the sl
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  • ...Counties listed with an asterisk (*) are those in which you may also find records for the respective county since it may have been 'attached' to that county ...nown to exist in that county. It does not indicate that there are numerous records for that year and certainly does not indicate that all such events that yea
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ces included the purchaser's 'outside of Indiana' residence. Original land records (1805'76), plus microfilmed copies, are at the Indiana State Library, Archi
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  • Commission on Public Records<br>140 N. Senate Ave.<br>Indianapolis, IN 46204<br>[http://www.in.gov/icpr/ The keystone to this collection is its focus on military and federal land records, described earlier. Other holdings are described elsewhere in this chapter.
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  • ...vision also holds an Indiana Marriage Index, 1958'97, an Indiana Mortality Records Index (index to mortality census schedules from 1850'80), and some online i Commission on Public Records<br>140 N. Senate Ave.<br>Indianapolis, IN 46204<br>[http://www.in.gov/icpr/
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  • ...red the microfilming of records. A WPA project filmed vital records, court records, naturalizations, wills, slave registers, some Revolutionary War pension fi ...ed again by fire or natural disaster. The original county of Knox lost all records in a fire of 1814. ''Hoosier Genealogist'' 4 (1964) includes a listing of c
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  • [[Category: U.S. Birth, Marriage, and Death Records]] ...ginning when the county started keeping other records as well. Early birth records contain only minimal data'name, date, place, and names of parents. Death ce
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  • ...rical Society of Iowa does hold, in addition to the above-mentioned census records, the manuscript state copies of the 1850, 1860, and 1870 federal censuses f ...mpleted no longer exist. Because of this complexity, any research in these records should be preceded by obtaining the aforementioned publication by Loren N.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...osition was made by the federal government and its agents. There were nine land districts in Iowa, the first two with offices at Burlington and Dubuque in
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  • ...collection also includes various county government and court papers, vital records, property deeds, maps, photographs, and family genealogies. ...hing books, regimental reports, correspondence, volunteer enlistment), and records of schools and other institutions. This repository also has papers of priva
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  • [[Category: U.S. Birth, Marriage, and Death Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Vital Records" by [[Johni Cerny]], BS, FUGA in ''[[The Source: A Guidebook to American Ge
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  • ...Counties listed with an asterisk (*) are those in which you may also find records concerning the county listed. It may have been 'attached' to those county/i ...are usually found in the office of the clerk of courts at the county seat. Land transactions are in the county recorder's office.
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  • ...ords can do the preliminary searching so that staff members can locate the records using the information found in the databases. Some will also accept electro ...oner's inquest records, probates, naturalizations, almshouse and poor farm records, birth registers, criminal case files, and more.
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  • ...oldings of Mobile newspapers and the WPA transcripts of pre-statehood land records. (Mobile and nearby Pensacola also have other libraries and archives of int
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  • ...se as the government entities themselves, there are three primary types of records of interest to the family historian: nombramientos or empleos; ''hojas de s ...to the appointment of government officials in the Americas. Because these records deal with specific places in the Americas and also a specific place in Spai
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  • '''This article originally appeared in "Immigration Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, [[Kory L. Meyerink]], MLS, AG. FUGA, an ...nited States, family origins may have been forgotten. Because most foreign records are kept at the town level, discovering the name of a native town, county,
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  • '''This article originally appeared in "Immigration Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, [[Kory L. Meyerink]], MLS, AG. FUGA, an 1718: Discontent with the land system: absentee landlords, high rents, and short leases in the homeland mo
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  • '''This article originally appeared in "Immigration Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, [[Kory L. Meyerink]], MLS, AG. FUGA, an ...e citations, such specific statements are usually readily proved in church records or other sources in the ancestral country.
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  • ...), published by the author (Vicksburg, Va., 1984). Testimonials and voting records regarding the slavery question in the settlement of Kansas. *Richmond, Robert W. Kansas: ''A Land of Contrasts''. 3d ed. Arlington Heights, Ill.: Forum Press, 1989.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...become one, (3) ''not'' already own 320 acres of land, (4) ''not'' abandon land owned by him in the same state or territory, and (5) intend to use the home
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  • ...nclude the Kansas State Historical Society and the ''Guide to Public Vital Records in Kansas'' as indicated by the society. ...formation. In those cases the dates in parentheses are those for when the records begin. County seat names in parentheses are original names or county seats
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  • ...he county seat. The following year the McAfee brothers and others surveyed land along the Salt River. In 1774, James Harrod founded Harrodsburg as the firs ...and rivers for his Transylvania Company. John Finley's stories of Kentucky land precipitated Daniel Boone's subsequent exploration. Boone blazed the trail
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Kentucky is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...recorded along with regular proceedings of the county court. Circuit court records include inherited estate disputes. Some counties have transcribed early wil
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...filed in folders in boxes or cabinets. Many of the books containing court records have been microfilmed and some have been abstracted and published. The grea
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  • [[Category: U.S. Military Records]] ...e strong collections that cover service as well as pension and bounty-land records.
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  • ...ludes numerous rare books, manuscripts, published sources, and documentary records concerning settlement of Kentucky and the Ohio River Valley; it is a must f *Kentucky Family Records (1969-present). Owensboro, Ky.: West-Central Kentucky Family Research Assoc
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  • ...ibraries and Archives]] (see [[Kentucky Vital Records]]). Land and probate records may be available at the office of the county clerk or at the Kentucky Depar ...tes of some records. Land records may pre-date county organization because records were transferred from the parent county.
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  • ...ed in colonial Louisiana between 1800 and 1803 should begin in the Spanish records, not the French. ...uth in Mexico, Central America, and South America. Then France settled the land, but its decaying monarchy had little regard for the colony, while it was o
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  • *Ardoin, Robert B. L.'' Louisiana Census Records: 1810'1820''. 3 vols. Vols. 1 and 2 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co. ...ts mouth to the German villages, with indications of how they acquired the land. Date mentioned 'after 1731.'
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  • *Notre Dame University. ''Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the Records of the Diocese of Louisiana and the Floridas, 1576'1803''. Notre Dame, Ind. *Poret, Ory G. ''History of Land Titles in the State of Louisiana''. Baton Rouge: Louisiana Department of Na
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...tes acquired 544 million acres from France for the sum of $15 million. The land of the famous Louisiana Purchase was bought for approximately three cents p
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  • ...te neighborhoods for a neighborhood study, establish relationships, locate land, and so on. Unfortunately, most of these lists no longer exist in Louisiana
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  • ..., military service records, assessment records, and records from the State Land Office and colonial documents.
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  • ==[[State of Louisiana Division of Archives Records Management, and History]]== ..., military service records, assessment records, and records from the State Land Office and colonial documents.
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  • ...iety of Utah has filmed court, property, notarial, probate, tax, and vital records for many Louisiana parishes, which are available through the FHL. The Louis ...uisiana.gov/admin/admin-births.htm]. Land, probate, court, and other vital records may also be found at different addresses than those shown in the following
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  • ...n-bottom: -.5%;">[[:Category:U.S. Birth, Marriage, and Death Records|Vital records]]</p><p style="margin-bottom: -.5%;">[[Overview of African American Researc ...580-1331. On the attached map, Greene is located at H3. Record loss, 1876. Records fragmented. [[Greene County, North Carolina|Read more...]]</p></div>
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  • ...and in general, presiding over Reconstruction policy. Some of the bureau's records are rich in genealogical content, and some will reveal the name of the form ...pre-1865, at times revealing name changes or differences in names. Bureau records are often the main and only link to identify the former slave owner. They m
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  • ...Hampshire, including Revolutionary soldiers, settled in Maine, assumed the land was theirs for the taking, and found themselves in disputes with original p ...principally because of the numerous governmental changes affecting the way records have been kept.
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  • ...erated about blacks after emancipation can be found, genealogically useful records that were contemporary to slavery are usually concerned primarily with the ...ick's The American Slave: A Composite Autobiography).<ref>Tony Burroughs, "Records Specific to African Americans - The Freedman's Savings and Trust Company,"
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Maine is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • ...0 census (see [[Census Records for Massachusetts]] and [[Massachusetts Tax Records]]). What survives is on microfilm with a printed inventory at the New Engla ...od. No survey has been done to catalog these. Reading through town meeting records may unearth what was recorded in the early nineteenth century. Later tax li
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  • [[Category: U.S. Military Records]] ...s of Soldiers of the American Revolution who Applied for State Bounty...in Land Office'' (1893; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1967); Cha
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  • ...n of extant Maine town records. Researchers will find the Maine Historical Records Repository Guide on the [http://www.state.me.us/sos/arc/mhrab/repos/dirpage
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  • ...n of extant Maine town records. Researchers will find the Maine Historical Records Repository Guide on the [http://www.state.me.us/sos/arc/mhrab/repos/dirpage ...and sold by the society, along with vital records of Mount Desert and the records of Rev. Edward Carter. The organization's library is presently at Cutler Me
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  • ...y clerk). The [[Maine Town Resources]] that follow will also have marriage records. | align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|'''Land'''
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  • ...daily life. Aided by the common element of the Catholic religion, Spanish records are generally more extensive than their English counterparts during the col This chapter reviews the types and locations of records generated in the Spanish language by the colonial governments of Spain as w
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  • ...large parishes. In smaller parishes and in earlier years, all three of the records may have been kept in the same book, although generally within separate sec ...shed or dispensed with. In addition to the above, the marriage certificate records any special difficulties or circumstances surrounding the event. For exampl
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  • =Notarial Records= ..., printing of books, apprenticeship records, contracts with professionals, land titles, executions, inventories of decedents' estates, guardianship estates
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  • ...al to a local officer to make an examination, survey, and appraisal of the land tract before placing it in the applicant's possession. The notary recorded ...'' remained incomplete. Transfers, exchanges, donations, and partitions of land were made before the local ''alcalde'' or provincial governor, then recorde
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  • ...for Henrietta Maria, wife of King Charles I, the colony was called Maria's Land or Mariland. ..., slaves from Africa, and laborers who worked off their passage to the new land. The Europeans had good relations with the original inhabitants, although b
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  • [[Category: U.S. Birth, Marriage, and Death Records]] ...anns were to be posted three days before a marriage, but very few of these records exist. Those that do are indexed at the Maryland State Archives. When the A
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Maryland is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...so ''Index to Inventories of Estates, 1718'1777'' (Annapolis, Md.: Hall of Records Commission, 1947), and the following works compiled by Vernon L. Skinner, J
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  • ...epositions, and maintained the local archives. Existing local governmental records for Texas are divided among three archives: the Bexar Archives, the Nacogdo ...; and the Newberry Library in Chicago. Transcriptions of other Nacogdoches records are in custody of the Nacogdoches County clerk.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Military Records]] ...'1789'', edited by Edward C. Papenfuse and others (Annapolis, Md.: Hall of Records Commission, 1977). For Marylanders on the other side, see Richard Arthur Ov
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  • ...cally at Santa Fe, where they are currently housed in the New Mexico State Records Center, which also has an excellent collection of genealogical materials, b ...n 1821. Excluded from these archives are official land grant documents and land conveyances in special collections.
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  • ...nterey, Branciforte, San Francisco, Santa Clara, and Sonoma. Many of these records were later transferred to the surveyor general's office in San Francisco an ...ffairs, censuses, and elections, 1828'49; ''alcalde'' and ''ayuntamiento'' records, 1828'50; official acts of judges, 1842'46; papers regarding ships at sea,
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  • ...ecords have been transferred to the Maryland State Archives. As new county records are created, they will continue to be microfilmed and sent to the state arc | || colspan="10" | A courthouse fire in 1893 destroyed marriage records for 1791'1847 and naturalizations for 1892'1893.
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  • ...nd Spanish officials and most of the colonists left for Cuba, taking their records with them. After the return of Spanish control in 1783, the colony was larg ...ollowing repositories have collections of these materials as well as other records relating to Spanish rule in Florida:
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  • ...onal research with genealogies, local history, vital, church, and cemetery records and important book reviews. Each volume has an every-name annual index. A c ...on patterns, seventeenth-century passenger lists, church records, and land records.
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  • ...ony era courts to mid-nineteenth century courts (see [[Massachusetts Court Records]]).
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  • ...are books) and massive microfilm collections of New England town and vital records are available on a per-day basis (free for members). The book loan departme ...ony era courts to mid-nineteenth century courts (see [[Massachusetts Court Records]]).
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  • ...enth-century records are well organized, but few of the eighteenth-century records are as easily accessed. ...85, T843). These records groups are being added to the online Immigration Records searchable database at [http://www.ancestry.com Ancestry.com] (see page 17)
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  • ...chusetts slave census is presently being produced by Melinde Lutz Sanborn. Records of both slaves and free African Americans are found in numerous repository ...: University Press of New England, 1980); William Cronon, ''Changes on the Land: Indians, Colonists, and the Ecology of New England'' (New York: Hill and W
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  • ...the Registry of Deeds became necessary to make the location closer to the land involved in the transaction. Some registeries have websites. Make sure the ...ld be addressed for probate records; and 'Clerk of Courts' for civil court records. As with other New England states, the New England Genealogic Historical So
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  • ...toric Genealogical Society, or can be acquired through Early Massachusetts Records, Inc., 1154 Boylston, Boston, MA 02215. A descriptive guide to the collecti ...marks, voting lists, warnings out, overseers of the poor accounts, school records, etc.) must be searched in person either on microfilm or at the town's offi
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ch.: Michigan Department of Conservation, 1940) for information on private land claims.
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  • ...e county treasurer or the register of deeds will be the custodian of these records. ...ves, Libraries, and Societies]]). Because of the complicated nature of tax records, in-person research at the archives is encouraged.
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  • ...several hundred rolls of National Archives microfilm. Transitional census records, which indicate both Native American and English names, are most useful. Be Enrollment records are often called the 'official census records' for any given tribe or nation. Typically, they contain the name of the Ind
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  • ...ause of the interest in Indian tribes of Oklahoma, this section focuses on records available to the genealogist and historian for those tribes. The majority of the records cited in this chapter are available from the Oklahoma Historical Society in
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  • ...Land Grant Research Collection, and the Hackley and Hume papers, business records and personal papers associated with the lumber industry. ...oit: Burton Historical Collection, 1985) details these personal papers and records of churches, businesses, and organizations. Examples of genealogically impo
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  • ...s of Michigan. The Huron were first given a southeastern Michigan tract of land and then moved to 4,996 acres along the Huron River. The tribe eventually l ...s for Michigan beginning in the 1880s. Their collection includes financial records for individual Indians at the Mackinac Agency and correspondence from the M
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  • ...files. Circuit court offices or office of the county clerk: circuit court records. ...nown to exist in that county. It does not indicate that there are numerous records for that year and certainly does not indicate that all such events that yea
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  • ...k of the commis­sion was limited to two fields: a change in the method of land ownership and the abolition of the tribal govern­ments. The commission exp ...vilized Tribes. The main features of this act were: (1) the allot­ment of land in severalty; (2) leasing of tribal lands by the secretary of the interior;
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...ailable. The federal government was, apparently, exceedingly slow to begin land surveys in the territory. The pressure of settlers and investors finally re
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  • ...al research. For extensive information on the availability of river vessel records, see Ann H. Peterson's comprehensive 'Finding River People on Western Water
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  • ...parcel of land in Minnesota for a military post, Fort Snelling. All other land belonged to the Native Americans. Intertribal fighting for northern Minneso ...It was not until 1849 that they realized they had indeed sold their native land.
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  • ...es Relating to American Indians'' (Washington, D.C.: national Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, n.d.), 168-70.</ref> =Ardmore Agency Records=
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  • ...The earliest year for probate records may be probate files or wills. Court records may be civil and/or criminal. In some counties, the earlier criminal files ...(*) are not parent counties but other counties in which you may also find records for the respective county since it may have been 'attached' to that county
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  • ...e ceded this province to Britain, beginning the immigration of Protestant, land-loving British, a stark contrast with the remaining Roman-Catholic French. ...led the Gulf Coast and the Choctaw, Creek, and Chickasaw tribes owned more land than did the white settlers, who numbered fewer than 5,000 in 1798.
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  • ...subject to error and should be used simply as a ''guide'' to the original records. A significant addition to the 1840 census supplies the names and ages of p ...census of the Natchez District, taken in 1792 from the Spanish Provincial records, has been printed in Dunbar Rowland, ''History of Mississippi, The Heart of
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  • ...permanently located in Indian Ter­rito­ry in 1869.<ref>Hill, ''Guide to Records in the National Archives,'' 6, 148.</ref> ...transactions files; annuity payrolls; annual reports; student records; and records of employees.<ref>Klein, ''Reference Encyclopedia of the American Indian,''
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  • ...(Washington, D.C.: American Society of Genealogists, 1983): 188-218; Ruth Land Hatten, 'Genealogical Research in Mississippi,' ''National Genealogical Soc
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  • ...when trying to locate cemeteries in the state (see [[Mississippi Cemetery Records]]). ...''State and County Boundaries of Mississippi'' (Jackson, Miss.: Historical Records Survey, 1942). This publication presents, in summary form, all the laws aff
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...in Mississippi.' Further information is given in E. K. Kirkham, ''The Land Records of America '¦'' (see page 6) and ''Guide to Genealogical Research in the N
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...ilities for other records. These tasks include keeping official records of land titles, mortgages, and other documents customarily recorded at the courthou
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  • [[Category: U.S. Military Records]] ...k Papers from Record Group 360, Records of the Continental Congress. These records were obtained in London through the British Public Record Office. For a bet
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  • Bantin, Philip C. ''Guide to Catholic Indian Mission and School Records in Midwest Repositories.'' Milwaukee: Marquette University Libraries, Depar ..., Kent. "Wantabes and Outalucks: Searching for Indian Ancestors in Federal Records."'' Ancestry Newsletter 5, no. 6 (November-December 1987): 1-6.
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  • ...lmed, including'but not limited to'marriage licenses, probate files, court records, etc. ...lliam Thorndale and William Dollarhide, ''Map Guide to U.S. Federal Census Records, 1790'1920'' (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1987).
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  • ...t at Mine au Breton, and in 1798 Daniel Boone was offered 1,000 arpents of land if he would move to Missouri and bring new settlers with him. This group se ...will find it necessary to follow these changes in order to locate required records.
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  • ...one was offered 1,000 [http://www.thefreedictionary.com/arpent arpents] of land if he would move to Missouri and bring new settlers with him. This group se ...will find it necessary to follow these changes in order to locate required records.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...Society published ''Index to the Minutes of the first and second Board of Land Commissioners, Missouri, 1805'1812 and 1832'1835'' (1981; reprint, St. Loui
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  • ...asp www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/county/croll.asp] to find out if the records are available on microfilm. ...tock, etc., but no land being taxed, the individual may have purchased his land from the government within the preceding five years.
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  • ...ed numerous inscriptions of cemeteries throughout the state. Many of these records have been microfilmed and are available through the Family History Library. ...s'' is available from the Ozarks Genealogical Society (see [[Missouri Land Records]] for address) for $20. The publication covers a forty-one-county area sout
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  • ...ives]]. The researcher may also be assisted by the three-volume Historical Records Survey publication, ''Early Missouri Archives'' published in 1941. ...tehood research is ''Index to the Minutes of the first and second Board of Land Commissioners, Missouri, 1805'1812 and 1832'1835'' (1981; reprint, St. Loui
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  • ...certain the exact number of the reel desired. Microfilmed copies of county records are currently available at $15 per roll. Instructions and an order form can ...gram compiles inventories of local records by county. The searchable Local Records Inventory Database can be found at the state archives website [http://www.s
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...All of these offices were eliminated by 1950, leaving Billings as the only land office at present.
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  • ...ake City; and the University of Montana in Missoula, Montana. These agency records are very important and should not be overlooked when conducting Native Amer ..., and records concerning education, health, tribal enactments, irrigation, land transactions, forestry, soil conservation, agricultural extension, and road
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  • ...records and deeds) and the clerk of the district court (probate and court records). The latter includes civil and criminal files and naturalizations. The [ht Starting dates of records and dates for the formation of counties were taken from Dennis Lee Richards
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  • ...7. The Homestead Acts of 1862 and 1866 governed the disposal of the public land in Nebraska, but these acts did not anticipate the large migration to the s Both natives and foreigners were attracted by the government land acts, advertising by the railroads and steamship companies, and immigration
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Nebraska is a public domain state in which land was initially granted by the federal government. The first homestead claim
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  • ...registers have been among the first completed with naturalization and deed records in process. The available microfilm can be viewed at the Nebraska State His ...rnment was created. 'Unorganized' land refers to counties added later from land not organized under territorial government.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...arson County (Utah Territory) land records and land patents for the state. Land office grants are indexed on the [http://www.glorecords.blm.gov BLM website
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  • ...y. The dates indicated are the first known records for each county. County records may still be with the county, at the Nevada State Library and Archives, and ...y clerks have probate records, and the clerk of the courts maintains court records. Current contact information to the individual counties can be found on the
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  • ...prior to 1907 are on microfilm for the entire state (see [[Wisconsin Vital Records]]). Census holdings include all federal censuses for all states. The societ ...e [[Census Records for Wisconsin]]), sets of land, probate, court, and tax records from many Wisconsin counties and municipalities.
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  • ...nealogical data, including vital, church, land, naturalization and probate records, obituaries and other data which can be of great value to current researche
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  • ...ent alternative source to the lost census returns (see [[New Hampshire Tax Records]]). ''Heads of Family at the Second Census of the United States Taken in th .... Only Center Harbor, Gilford, Moultonborough, New Hampton, and Sanbornton records are available for Strafford County.
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  • ...n excellent history of the state including the complicated and conflicting land grants up to 1796. It has been reprinted many times and is available on mic ...e extensive forty-volume collection. Probate (to 1771), town, and military records are among them. Wallace's descriptive guide can provide a general overview.
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  • ..., in many cases, name of the original proprietor, which can help backtrack land holdings and provide a chain of title for problem solving. Many of these ar
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] New Hampshire is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • ...er of voting-age males as polls, and such items as the type and acreage of land, animals, and milling products. Following annual tax lists can provide impo ...sident tax lists (1849'74). Some printed tax lists are listed under Census Records.
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  • ...nd Historic Genealogical Society they go from inception to ca. 1850. Later records are only available at the appropriate county office unless otherwise indica ! Vital Records
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  • ...y to two of his creditors, Lord John Berkeley and Sir George Carteret. The land was named Nova Caesaria for the Isle of Jersey, Carteret's home. ...f English from New England and Long Island who, for want of more or better land, settled the East Jersey towns of Elizabethtown, Middletown, Piscataway, Sh
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  • ...1765), still considered one of the old standards, has lengthy quotes from records. It was first reprinted in 1877 (Trenton, N.J.: Wm. S. Sharp) and as recent ...erican Genealogist'' 34 [1958]: 213-15.) Likewise, John Littell's ''Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (And Vicinity)'' fi
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] New Jersey is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ..., naturalizations, marriages (usually 1795'1878), and various county court records. A few original county justice of the peace dockets are at the New Jersey S
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  • ...riod 1773'86 were used to construct a 'Revolutionary census' (see [[Census Records for New Jersey]]). The 1784 tax lists for thirty-eight municipalities (pred Later tax records, beginning in the late nineteenth century, may be available at the county o
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  • ...''Index to Cemetery Transcriptions, Baptismal, Burial, Church and Marriage Records in the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey through 1980'' (Mount Holly, N.J ...ter 1951, but earlier there were many excellent features, including source records and genealogies. For a subject index, see Donald A. Sinclair, comp., ''An I
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  • ...itary, and court (including naturalization) records; newspapers; and vital records. Mail requests are accepted for some of the collections; a fee schedule is ...al, including maps; cemetery, church, and military records; family Bibles; land indentures; and genealogies, as well as thousands of other original documen
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  • ...f Freeholders, whose records should not be overlooked. Other useful county records may be located in the courthouses or at the New Jersey State Archives, incl ...hed or are establishing county record centers and archives, to which older records are transferred for better preservation and use by researchers. Such facili
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...912. When it became a part of the United States, it became a public-domain land state.
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  • ==[[New Mexico State Records Center and Archives]]== ...1912) Archives; statehood records; Archives of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe records; governors' papers; judicial and private papers. Publishes ''Quipu''.
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  • ...towns other than the county seat, but these retain no permanent custody of records. ...of the county. Earlier records should be available at the New Mexico State Records Center and Archives. Consult the 'Online Archive of New Mexico' [http://eli
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] New York is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • ...indexes, pre-settlement survey maps, and legislative records. See Guide to Records in the New York State Archives (1993) and the online catalog at the archive ...ory, the public library has newspapers, federal and state censuses, church records, city and telephone directories, and divisions for maps, manuscripts, Jewis
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  • ...turalization Records in the New York County Clerk's Office/Division of Old Records,' The NYG&B Newsletter 10 (1999): 59-62, 11 (2000): 6-11. ...Clearfield Co., 1991), and Kenneth Scott, 'Resident Aliens Enabled to Hold Land in New York State, 1790'1825,' National Genealogical Society Quarterly 67 (
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  • ...es excellent suggestions for research strategies and the interpretation of records in their historical context. See also Helen F. M. Leary, 'A Master Plan for ...t of Archives and History, 1997). It details both original and microfilmed records held by the agency and available for purchase on microfilm. A catalog of ot
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] North Carolina is a [[State-Land State]].
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...f the richest sources of genealogical information available. Gaps in local records may be filled in by examination of the Supreme Court of North Carolina case
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  • [[Category: U.S. Military Records]] ...7) and continues with the Tuscarora Indian War (1711'15), but virtually no records survive to tell of the participants. Then came the War of Jenkins' Ear (173
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  • ...icans and slavery. See Thornton W. Mitchell, comp., ''Preliminary Guide to Records Relating to Blacks in the North Carolina State Archives'', Archives Informa ...ern ''Cherokee Reservation Census Rolls'', 1898 to 1939, and other removal records available at the [[National Archives]].
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  • ...ot imply that all records are extant since some of North Carolina's county records have been lost due to fire and other causes. ...ry, 1997), describing more than 9,000 bound volumes, 21,000 boxes of loose records, and 24,000 reels of microfilm. County formation information is derived fro
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...plats are located at the BLM, P.O. Box 222, Billings, MT 59107. To search land patents, use the BLM website [http://www.glorecords.blm.gov www.glorecords.
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  • ...holds land records, and the clerk of the district court holds civil court records. Details about county offices can be found on the Internet at [http://www.n ...rocess, correspondence should be addressed to the county first, and if the records have been transferred, the letter will be forwarded. County offices can nor
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  • ...to the indexes published by AISI (see pages 3-4), the 1850 and 1860 census records have been indexed and published by Lida Flint Harshman. The Ohio Genealogic ...od, nor is each township for each county included. A list of the available records can be obtained from the Ohio Historical Society, where the enumerations ar
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Virginia, New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts claimed portions of land in this part of Northwest Territory based on charters granted by the kings
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...on, marriage records from the beginning of the county, and birth and death records (1867'1908).
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...ce in 1787 until 1802, three judges held courts in Ohio Territory, but the records are scarce. In 1804, a year after statehood, the territory was organized as
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  • ''The Report, Ohio Records and Pioneer Families, and Civil War Genealogy Journal'' are published by th ...; Henry O. Dwight's watercolor drawings of the Civil War; and Ohio AFL-CIO records. For details see Andrew D. Lentz, ed., ''A Guide to Manuscripts at the Ohio
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  • ...ium of Liberty'', the state's first African-American newspaper (see Census Records section for information on 1863 census of African Americans). ...bloodshed was over between the two European factions, the contest for the land began in earnest between white and native. By the end of the Revolutionary
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  • ...Vital Records Office in Columbus. A marriage record before 1949 (see Vital Records) will be found in the probate court office of the county where the event oc ...efore making any presumptions that the records have been lost, request the records needed. The courthouse fires listed by Bell are as follows:
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  • ...Texas. In 1850 Congress purchased the panhandle strip, but this 'No Man's Land' remained separate from Indian Territory or any other territory or state. D ...ral government, partly to make provision for free African Americans to own land and partly as a response to Native American support of the Confederacy, dem
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  • [[Category: U.S. Birth, Marriage, and Death Records]] ...ide information on request, certificates are available only from the Vital Records Section, State Department of Health, 1000 N.E. Tenth St., P.O. Box 53551, O
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  • ...port, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1981. Concerns Oklahoma Native Americans and land policy. For reading on the land runs, see:
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  • ...onal Archives and Records Service, 1971) indicates availability of General Land Office (GLO) maps, which are particularly helpful for Oklahoma Territory.
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...or labor with the Five Civilized Tribes in exchange for land tenancy. Land records for the nations were filed under their respective Bureau of Indian Affairs
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...Oklahoma are maintained by the Oklahoma Historical Society. Other tribes' records are in the National Archives'Southwest Region (see page 12).
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  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] ...d as the official criminal and civil courts for non-Native Americans until land was opened in 1889. Congress established federal courts at Muskogee in 1889
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  • [[Category: U.S. Military Records]] ...d [http://search.ancestry.com/search/category.aspx?cat=39 military service records] are located either at the National Archives or the Southwest Region branch
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  • ...n of family histories, marriage and cemetery records, military and pension records, and quarterlies from numerous organizations. The society has also produced ..., 1993); and Oklahoma Historical Society. Oklahoma State, County, and Town Records (Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society, 2002). A brief online descript
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  • ...ing, Oklahoma Records and Archives, and Koplowitz, Guide to the Historical Records of Oklahoma (both cited under [[Background Sources for Oklahoma]]). Olsen, Monty. ''Choctaw Emigration Records''. 2 vols. Calera, Okla.: Bryan County Heritage Association, 1990.
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  • ...on History, Oklahoma City, OK 73105, holds precinct registers and/or other records for thirty-four counties. ...ssing, ''Oklahoma Records and Archives, and Koplowitz, Guide to Historical Records of Oklahoma'' (both cited in [[Background Sources for Oklahoma]]). There ar
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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] ...me of the wife, record of migration to Oregon, record of settlement on the land, citizenship, and names of witnesses and those who testified in behalf of t
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  • ..., church records, donation land claims, compiled genealogies, and military records. It is divided by county and general Oregon state items.
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  • For a more detailed history of each Oregon reservation and land definitions, see Jeff Zucker, ''Oregon Indians: Culture, History and Curren ...Alaska Region (Seattle); some are on file at the FHL. The following agency records are available:
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  • ...ounty's records. Consider it one of the first resources for seeking county records. ! Land
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  • ...1912) Archives; statehood records; Archives of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe records; governors' papers; judicial and private papers. Publishes ''Quipu''.
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  • ...al, including maps; cemetery, church, and military records; family Bibles; land indentures; and genealogies, as well as thousands of other original documen
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  • ...indexes, pre-settlement survey maps, and legislative records. See Guide to Records in the New York State Archives (1993) and the online catalog at the archive
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  • ...cords; a large manuscript collection of church, cemetery, Bible, and other records; and an extensive amount of published family and local histories. The libra
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  • ...n of family histories, marriage and cemetery records, military and pension records, and quarterlies from numerous organizations. The society has also produced ..., 1993); and Oklahoma Historical Society. Oklahoma State, County, and Town Records (Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society, 2002). A brief online descript
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1819, probate records in 1824, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 176 W. Fifth St., Prattvi
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1809, probate records in 1809, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at P.O. Box 459 Bay Minette
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  • ...cal and Genealogical Research'' in Salina, Kansas, she specializes in land records, lineage societies, and preservation of historical collections. Mary lectur
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  • ...titution, and Organization Records|Business, Institution, and Organization Records]] *[[Overview of the U.S. Census|Census Records]]
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  • *Vital Records *Census Records
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  • ...ider in looking for genealogical evidence such as land, probate, and court records. ...d and identified, providing a visual reference to use with descriptions of land in deeds and divisions of estates. Many state highway departments print pre
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  • ...section indicates the officials or repositories in charge of the original records. ...ltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2000); and E. K. Kirkham, ''The Land Records of America and Their Genealogical Value'' (Salt Lake City: Deseret, 1964).
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  • Taxes serve a variety of purposes in genealogical research. Tax records can indicate age (or at least majority status), wealth, and presence in an ...tate or local repository. This section discusses availability of those tax records. See also:
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  • ==National Archives and Records Administration== ...Archival Databases (AAD)], which makes some of the more popular electronic records, primarily covering the last part of the twentieth century, available throu
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  • ...he Western world and Africa. All the record sources discussed here (vital, land, probate, court, etc.) include evidence for research on African-American ...able at [http://www.freedmensbureau.com www.freedmensbureau.com]. Marriage records in several states documented in the bureau's holdings are among those avail
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  • ...ial Soldiers, Genealogical Research in Texas'', ''Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants Awarded by State Governments'', ''Naval Pensioners of the United Sta ...s Morning News''. He co-wrote the [[Overview of Military Records|"Military Records"]] chapter of ''[[The Source: A Guidebook to American Genealogy]]'' with [[
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  • ...cific (vital records, land records, probates, church records, and cemetery records, as examples). Because of the volunteer nature of the projects, information ...essage boards, and hosted volunteer projects to digitize a wide variety of records from all locations in cooperation with USGenWeb (described above). Subscrip
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  • ...that location. Beginning dates for vital records, land, probate, and court records held in the counties, towns, or parishes are included. Inquiries to these c ...records. However, many states are not. Several have not had many of their records microfilmed, and others are in progress. What is given in the county chart
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  • '''BLM:''' Bureau of Land Management (see GLO). '''GLO:''' General Land Office (became the BLM in 1946).
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  • ...tionally recognized author and speaker on American genealogy, history, and records, he has written more than 1,000 publications, including thirty books. ...rs'Historical and Genealogical Research in Kansas, she specializes in land records, oral histories, and preservation of historical collections. Mary lectures
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  • ...He was Jacob Waelingen in Rensselaerwyck. "Walichs" is found in the early records of Holland and is also the version found in the heraldry book which describ list of farm animals from the Killean van Rensselaer records, confirms that Jacob arrived prior to 1630. He was
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1833, probate records in 1820, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 1 Court Sq., Clayton 3601
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1818, probate records in 1818, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 8 Courthouse Sq. West, St
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1818, probate records in 1829, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 220 Second Ave., Rm 106,
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1867, probate records in 1867, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 217 N. Prairie St., Rm 10
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1853, probate records in 1853, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 700 Court Sq., Greenville
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1832, probate records in 1891, and court records in 1835. For more information, contact the county at 1702 Noble St., Ste. 1
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1833, probate records in 1833, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at Court Sq., Lafayette 3686
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1882, probate records in 1882, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 100 Main St., Centre 3596
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1868, probate records in 1887, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 2nd Ave./P.O. Box 501 , C
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1871, probate records in 1871, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 117 S. Mulberry, Butler 3
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1812, probate records in 1813, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at P.O. Box 548, Grove Hill
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1875, probate records in 1876, and court records in 1876. For more information, contact the county at Courthouse Sq./P.O. Bo
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1867, probate records in 1867, and court records in |?. For more information, contact the county at 406 Vickery St., Heflin
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1851, probate records in 1862, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 230 N. Court St., Elba 36 ...n began keeping birth records in 1907, marriage records in 1907, and death records in 1907. For more information, contact the county at N. Edward St., Enterpr
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1867, probate records in 1861, and court records in 1867. For more information, contact the county at 201 N. Main, Tuscumbia
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1866, probate records in 1866, and court records in 1881. For more information, contact the county at Court Sq./P.O. Box 149
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1832, probate records in 1834, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at P.O. Box 218, Rockford 35
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1881, probate records in 1882, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 1 Court Sq./P.O. Drawer 7
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1868, probate records in 1871, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at Glenwood Ave., Luverne 36
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1877, probate records in 1877, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 500 2nd Ave. S.W./P.O. Bo
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1895, probate records in 1895, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at P.O. Box 580, Ozark 36361
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1818, probate records in 1818, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 105 Lauderdale St., Selma
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1835, probate records in 1848, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 301 Grand Ave. S.W., Ste.
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1867, probate records in 1867, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at P.O. Box 280, Wetumpka 36
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1868, probate records in 1868, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at Belleville Ave./P.O. Box
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1867, probate records in 1867, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 800 Forrest Ave., Gadsden
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1824, probate records in 1851, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 113 Temple Ave./P.O. Box
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1890, probate records in 1890, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 410 Jackson St./P.O. Box
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1898, probate records in 1883, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at P.O. Box 430, Geneva 3634
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1819, probate records in 1820, and court records in 1867. For more information, contact the county at Main and Prairie/P.O.
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1867, probate records in 1867, and court records in 1865. For more information, contact the county at 1001 Main St., Greensb
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1819, probate records in 1822, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at P.O. Box 457, Abbeville 3
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1903, probate records in 1903, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 100 North Oates St., Doth
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1819, probate records in 1866, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at Courthouse Sq./P.O. Box 1
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1819, probate records in 1819, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 716 N. 21st St., Birmingh
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1867, probate records in 1867, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at Pond St./P.O. Box 338, Ve
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1818, probate records in 1818, and court records in 1858. For more information, contact the county at South Court St./P.O. B
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1818, probate records in 1818, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 14330 Court St., Moulton
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1863, probate records in 1861, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 215 Ninth St./P.O. Box 22
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1818, probate records in 1818, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at Courthouse Sq./P.O. Box 1
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1830, probate records in 1830, and court records in 1830. For more information, contact the county at P.O. Box 5, Hayneville
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1837, probate records in 1834, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at Courthouse Sq., Tuskegee
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1810, probate records in 1818, and court records in 1820. For more information, contact the county at 100 Northside Square H
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1820, probate records in 1818, and court records in 1917. For more information, contact the county at 101 East Coast Avenue
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1887, probate records in 1887, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at Military Street Hamilton
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1836, probate records in 1836, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 425 Gunter Avenue Gunters
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1812, probate records in 1814, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 109 Government Street/ PO
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1833, probate records in 1833, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at PO Box 665 Monroeville 36
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1816, probate records in 1819, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 251 S Lawrence Street/ PO
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1818, probate records in 1818, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 302 Lee Street NE/ PO Box
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1819, probate records in 1821, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at PO Box 478, Marion, Alaba
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1876, probate records in 1876, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 100 Phoenix Avenue/ Box 3
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1830, probate records in 1830, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at Church Street Troy 36081.
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1897, probate records in 1897, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at Main Street/ PO Box 249 W
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1832, probate records in 1837, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at PO Box 700 Phenix City 36
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1818, probate records in 1819, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 129 Fifth Avenue Ashville
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1819, probate records in 1819, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at Main Street Columbiana 35
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1825, probate records in 1828, and court records in 1876. For more information, contact the county at Marshall Street Living
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1833, probate records in 1833, and court records in 1833. For more information, contact the county at PO Drawer 755 Talladeg
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1832, probate records in 1838, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 125 North Broadnax Street Historical records can be found in the county courthouse located in Dadeville, AL. The Russell
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1823, probate records in 1821, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at 714 Greensboro Avenue/ PO
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1786, probate records in 1820, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at PO Box 549 Chatom 36518.
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1786, probate records in 1820, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at PO Box 549 Chatom 36518.
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1820, probate records in 1820, and court records in ?. For more information, contact the county at PO Box 688 Camden 36726.
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1891, probate records in 1891, and court records in 1892. For more information, contact the county at PO Box 27 Double Sprin
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1880, probate records in 1879, and court records in 1880. For more information, contact the county at 70 W. 3rd S, St. Johns
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1808, probate records in 1809, and court records in 1819. For more information, contact the county at 101 Court Sq, De Witt
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1866, probate records in 1880, and court records in 1881. For more information, contact the county at 1415 W. Melody Lane, B
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1849, probate records in 1849, and court records in 1849. For more information, contact the county at 215 E Jefferson St, Ha
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1891, probate records in 1892, and court records in 1891. For more information, contact the county at 200 N. San Francisco,
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1808, probate records in 1809, and court records in 1819. For more information, contact the county at 101 Court Sq, De Witt
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1876, probate records in 1874, and court records in 1874. For more information, contact the county at 1 E 7th St, Mountain H
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1881, probate records in 1881, and court records in 1881. For more information, contact the county at 1400 E. Ash St, Globe
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1837, probate records in 1866, and court records in 1837. For more information, contact the county at 215 E Central Bentonvi
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  • ...ties. In 1869 Boone County began keeping marriage, land, probate and court records. The county seat is Harrison. For more information, contact the county at 1
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1841, probate records in 1850, and court records in 1841. For more information, contact the county at 101 E Cedar St, Warren
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1864, probate records in 1864, and court records in 1864. For more information, contact the county at 168 S. Second Ave, Yum
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1864, probate records in 1864, and court records in 1865. For more information, contact the county at 120 S. Cortez, Prescot
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1864, probate records in 1899, and court records in 1912. For more information, contact the county at 2150 N. Congress Dr, N
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1875, probate records in 1875, and court records in 1883. For more information, contact the county at 31 N. Pinal St, Floren
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1866, probate records in 1864, and court records in 1864. For more information, contact the county at 130 W. Congress St, Tu ...first name or last name. Provided by the State of Arizona Office of Vital Records at http://genealogy.az.gov/.
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1895, probate records in 1895, and court records in 1895. For more information, contact the county at 100 E. Carter Dr, Holb
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1863, probate records in 1865, and court records in 1880. For more information, contact the county at 401 Spring St, Kingman
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1871, probate records in 1871, and court records in 1878. For more information, contact the county at 301 W. Jefferson, Phoe
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1983, probate records in 1983, and court records in 1983. For more information, contact the county at 1108 Joshua Ave, Parke
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1881, probate records in 1881, and court records in 1881. For more information, contact the county at 921 Thatcher Blvd, Saf
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1851, probate records in 1880, and court records in 1880. For more information, contact the county at Main Street/P.O. Box 5
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1881, probate records in 1911, and court records in 1911. For more information, contact the county at 5th St. & Leonard, Cli
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1870, probate records in 1870, and court records in 1870. For more information, contact the county at 210 W Church St, Berry
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1823, probate records in 1839, and court records in 1824. For more information, contact the county at 108 N Main St, Lake Vi
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1819, probate records in 1840, and court records in 1838. For more information, contact the county at 401 Clay St, Arkadelph
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1893, probate records in 1893, and court records in 1893. For more information, contact the county at 151 S 2nd Ave, Piggott
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1883, probate records in 1883, and court records in 1883. For more information, contact the county at 301 W Main St, Heber S
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1873, probate records in 1873, and court records in 1873. For more information, contact the county at 20 Magnolia St/ P.O. B
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1853, probate records in 1853, and court records in 1860. For more information, contact the county at 1 Court Sq, Magnolia 7
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1825, probate records in 1837, and court records in 1842. For more information, contact the county at 117 S Moose St, Morril
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1849, probate records in 1858, and court records in 1865. For more information, contact the county at Main Street, Danville
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1900, probate records in 1878, and court records in 1878. For more information, contact the county at 511 S Main St, Jonesbo
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1877, probate records in 1877, and court records in 1877. For more information, contact the county at 300 Main St, van Buren
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1826, probate records in 1839, and court records in 1826. For more information, contact the county at 100 Court Sq, Marion 7
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1865, probate records in 1863, and court records in 1865. For more information, contact the county at 705 E Union St, Wynne
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1845, probate records in 1845, and court records in 1845. For more information, contact the county at 202 3rd St West, Fordy
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  • ...the attached map, Desha is located at G6 . *During courthouse renovation, records will be held at 604 President St, Arkansas City, AR 71630.
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1847, probate records in 1847, and court records in 1847. For more information, contact the county at 210 S Main, Monticello
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1873, probate records in 1873, and court records in 1873. For more information, contact the county at 801 Locust St, Conway
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1837, probate records in 1838, and court records in 1852. For more information, contact the county at 211 W Commercial St, O
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1870, probate records in 1870, and court records in 1870. For more information, contact the county at 123 S Main, Salem 7257
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1873, probate records in 1877, and court records in 1874. For more information, contact the county at 501 Ouachita Ave, Hot
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1877, probate records in 1877, and court records in 1877. For more information, contact the county at 101 W Center, Sheridan
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1858, probate records in 1876, and court records in 1871. For more information, contact the county at 320 W Court St, Parago
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  • ...It began keeping land records in 1900, probate records in 1826, and court records in 1819. For more information, contact the county at 400 S Washington St, H
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