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Marriage Certificate - Kearse & Green
Marriage Certificate - Kearse & Green
 
 
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Marriage Certificate - O'Connor & Carney
Marriage Certificate - O'Connor & Carney
 
 
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Marriage Certificate - Round & Sellers
Marriage Certificate - Round & Sellers
 
 
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Marriage Certificate - Sharp & Alexander
Marriage Certificate - Sharp & Alexander
 
 
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Marriage Certificate - Sharp & Hamilton
Marriage Certificate - Sharp & Hamilton
 
 
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Marriage Certificate - Sharp & Shaw
Marriage Certificate - Sharp & Shaw
 
 
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Marriage Certificate - Shaw & Alexander
Marriage Certificate - Shaw & Alexander
 
 
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Marriage Certificate - Thurston & Currier
Marriage Certificate - Thurston & Currier
 
 
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Marriage Certificate - Thurston & Hites
Marriage Certificate - Thurston & Hites
 
 
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Marriage Certificate - Townsend & Green
Marriage Certificate - Townsend & Green
 
 
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Marriage License - Hetzel & Cole
Marriage License - Hetzel & Cole
 
 
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Marriage License - Hetzel & Stone
Marriage License - Hetzel & Stone
 
 
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Marriage License - Hindman & Stone
Marriage License - Hindman & Stone
 
 
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Marriage License - Jones & Ross
Marriage License - Jones & Ross
 
 
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Marriage License - Jones & Yahn
Marriage License - Jones & Yahn
 
 
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Marriage License - Joyce & Jones
Marriage License - Joyce & Jones
 
 
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Marriage License - Oldfield & Jones
Marriage License - Oldfield & Jones
 
 
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Marriage License - Rose & Ephlin
Marriage License - Rose & Ephlin
 
 
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Marriage Record - Davis & Ferry
Marriage Record - Davis & Ferry
 
 
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Marriage Record - Dexter & Burt
Marriage Record - Dexter & Burt
 
 
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Marriage Record - Dexter & Dunham
Marriage Record - Dexter & Dunham
 
 
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Marriage Record - Fisher & Ritchie
Marriage Record - Fisher & Ritchie
 
 
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Marriage Record - Fleming & Boyd
Marriage Record - Fleming & Boyd
 
 
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Marriage Record - Johann Jacob Aigler & Agnes Remp
Marriage Record - Johann Jacob Aigler & Agnes Remp
From the Records of Church in Stammheim, Calw, Baden-Württemberg, Germany 
 
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Marriage Record - Sands & Pearson
Marriage Record - Sands & Pearson
 
 
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Marriage Record - Sellers & Hargin
Marriage Record - Sellers & Hargin
 
 
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Marriage Record - Sellers & Prichard
Marriage Record - Sellers & Prichard
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Marriage Record - Sharp & Thurston
Marriage Record - Sharp & Thurston
 
 
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Marriage Record - Thomas & Clark
Marriage Record - Thomas & Clark
 
 
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Miles A. Dexter Letter 16 Feb 1897 - page 1
Miles A. Dexter Letter 16 Feb 1897 - page 1
Letter from Miles A. Dexter, writing from [probably] Nottawa, Michigan to Charles M. Davis [Miles' first wife's cousin once removed], of Marietta, New York. He thanks Charles for congratulating him on his recent marriage to Wealthy (Strong) Davis, who was previously married Charles M. Davis' cousin, David S. Davis. He adds that Wealthy and Charles' Aunt Susan (Davis) Henderson are great friends. Miles also talks about his efforts to sell hymns written by Charles' uncle, Frank M. Davis. Miles also mentions Charles' uncle Jonathan Davis and his poor health [he ended up living another 6 years!]. Also, mention is made that Ella (who is this?) will soon marry John Williams and move to Elkhart, Indiana. 
 
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Miles A. Dexter Letter 16 Feb 1897 - page 2
Miles A. Dexter Letter 16 Feb 1897 - page 2
Letter from Miles A. Dexter, writing from [probably] Nottawa, Michigan to Charles M. Davis [Miles' first wife's cousin once removed], of Marietta, New York. He thanks Charles for congratulating him on his recent marriage to Wealthy (Strong) Davis, who was previously married Charles M. Davis' cousin, David S. Davis. He adds that Wealthy and Charles' Aunt Susan (Davis) Henderson are great friends. Miles also talks about his efforts to sell hymns written by Charles' uncle, Frank M. Davis. Miles also mentions Charles' uncle Jonathan Davis and his poor health [he ended up living another 12 years!]. Also, mention is made that Ella (who is this?) will soon marry John Williams and move to Elkhart, Indiana. 
 
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Over 200 Years of Jones Mischief
Over 200 Years of Jones Mischief
1799 Brooke County Court record finding Isaac Jones guilty of allowing card playing in his home; Edward Mobley: pioneer snitch 
 
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Paul - Long Bible - Births
Paul - Long Bible - Births
 
 
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Paul - Long Bible - Deaths
Paul - Long Bible - Deaths
 
 
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Paul - Long Bible - Marriages
Paul - Long Bible - Marriages
 
 
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Rev. Moses Cook Welch Records from Mansfield, CT
Rev. Moses Cook Welch Records from Mansfield, CT
 
 
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Rev. Moses Cook Welch Records from Mansfield, CT
Rev. Moses Cook Welch Records from Mansfield, CT
 
 
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Rev. Moses Cook Welch Records from Mansfield, CT
Rev. Moses Cook Welch Records from Mansfield, CT
 
 
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Rev. Moses Cook Welch Records from Mansfield, CT
Rev. Moses Cook Welch Records from Mansfield, CT
 
 
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Rev. Moses Cook Welch Records from Mansfield, CT
Rev. Moses Cook Welch Records from Mansfield, CT
 
 
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Rev. Moses Cook Welch Records from Mansfield, CT
Rev. Moses Cook Welch Records from Mansfield, CT
 
 
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Rev. Moses Cook Welch Records from Mansfield, CT
Rev. Moses Cook Welch Records from Mansfield, CT
 
 
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Rev. Moses Cook Welch Records from Mansfield, CT
Rev. Moses Cook Welch Records from Mansfield, CT
 
 
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Rev. Moses Cook Welch Records from Mansfield, CT
Rev. Moses Cook Welch Records from Mansfield, CT
 
 
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Thanksgiving 1886
Thanksgiving 1886
This appears to be an inviation from George H. Sands and his wife, Eddie (Pearson) Sands to her aunt, Annie J. Stewart. 
 
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Truxtun - Fundran Bible
Truxtun - Fundran Bible
 
 
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Truxtun - Walke Bible - Births
Truxtun - Walke Bible - Births
 
 
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Truxtun - Walke Bible - Births (additional)
Truxtun - Walke Bible - Births (additional)
 
 
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Truxtun - Walke Bible - Certificate of Matrimony
Truxtun - Walke Bible - Certificate of Matrimony
 
 
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Truxtun - Walke Bible - Deaths
Truxtun - Walke Bible - Deaths
 
 
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Truxtun - Walke Bible - Marriages
Truxtun - Walke Bible - Marriages
 
 
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Truxtun - Walke Bible - Truxtun Lineage
Truxtun - Walke Bible - Truxtun Lineage
 
 
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William Jones Letter 16 Apr 1855 - page 1
William Jones Letter 16 Apr 1855 - page 1
Letter from William Jones, writing from Richmond, Virginia, to his niece, Mary Jane Jones, of Martins Ferry, Ohio. He reminisces about previous stays at the Exchange Hotel (presumably from his time as a member of the Virginia House of Delegates) and describes the design of the George Washington Equestrian Monument at Capitol Square, Richmond, then under construction. Mention is also made of the family having recently received vaccinations and Elizabeth (Lizzie) recovering from disease (likely smallpox). 
 
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William Jones Letter 16 Apr 1855 - page 2
William Jones Letter 16 Apr 1855 - page 2
Letter from William Jones, writing from Richmond, Virginia, to his niece, Mary Jane Jones, of Martins Ferry, Ohio. He reminisces about previous stays at the Exchange Hotel (presumably from his time as a member of the Virginia House of Delegates) and describes the design of the George Washington Equestrian Monument at Capitol Square, Richmond, then under construction. Mention is also made of the family having recently received vaccinations and Elizabeth (Lizzie) recovering from disease (likely smallpox). 
 
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William Jones Letter 16 Apr 1855 - page 3
William Jones Letter 16 Apr 1855 - page 3
Letter from William Jones, writing from Richmond, Virginia, to his niece, Mary Jane Jones, of Martins Ferry, Ohio. He reminisces about previous stays at the Exchange Hotel (presumably from his time as a member of the Virginia House of Delegates) and describes the design of the George Washington Equestrian Monument at Capitol Square, Richmond, then under construction. Mention is also made of the family having recently received vaccinations and Elizabeth (Lizzie) recovering from disease (likely smallpox). 
 
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William Jones Letter 16 Apr 1855 - page 4
William Jones Letter 16 Apr 1855 - page 4
Letter from William Jones, writing from Richmond, Virginia, to his niece, Mary Jane Jones, of Martins Ferry, Ohio. He reminisces about previous stays at the Exchange Hotel (presumably from his time as a member of the Virginia House of Delegates) and describes the design of the George Washington Equestrian Monument at Capitol Square, Richmond, then under construction. Mention is also made of the family having recently received vaccinations and Elizabeth (Lizzie) recovering from disease (likely smallpox). 
 
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William Jones Letter 20 Apr 1854 - page 1
William Jones Letter 20 Apr 1854 - page 1
Letter from William Jones, of Wellsburg, West Virginia (then Virginia), to his niece, Mary Jane Jones, of Martinsville, Ohio (Martins Ferry was called Martinsville at that time). William describes his trip to Charleston, West Virginia (then Virginia) and visit to his sister's grave. 
 
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William Jones Letter 20 Apr 1854 - page 2
William Jones Letter 20 Apr 1854 - page 2
Letter from William Jones, of Wellsburg, West Virginia (then Virginia), to his niece, Mary Jane Jones, of Martinsville, Ohio (Martins Ferry was called Martinsville at that time). William describes his trip to Charleston, West Virginia (then Virginia) and visit to his sister's grave. 
 
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William Jones Letter 20 Apr 1854 - page 3
William Jones Letter 20 Apr 1854 - page 3
Letter from William Jones, of Wellsburg, West Virginia (then Virginia), to his niece, Mary Jane Jones, of Martinsville, Ohio (Martins Ferry was called Martinsville at that time). William describes his trip to Charleston, West Virginia (then Virginia) and visit to his sister's grave. 
 
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William Jones Letter 20 Apr 1854 - page 4
William Jones Letter 20 Apr 1854 - page 4
Letter from William Jones, of Wellsburg, West Virginia (then Virginia), to his niece, Mary Jane Jones, of Martinsville, Ohio (Martins Ferry was called Martinsville at that time). William describes his trip to Charleston, West Virginia (then Virginia) and visit to his sister's grave. 
 
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William Jones Letters Envelope
William Jones Letters Envelope
This envelope, of James Sumner Jones, contained two letters from William Jones to his niece, Mary Jane Jones, one written 20 Apr 1854; the other 16 Apr 1855. 
 

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