Beginning March 2nd, 2020 the Mailing Lists functionality on RootsWeb will be discontinued. Users will no longer be able to send outgoing emails or accept incoming emails. Additionally, administration tools will no longer be available to list administrators and mailing lists will be put into an archival state.
Administrators may save the emails in their list prior to March 2nd. After that, mailing list archives will remain available and searchable on RootsWeb
I have a copy of a Return of Marriage License for a marriage in 1876
in Marion co. My question is, is there any other type of record that may
give more information for the couple, such as the actual license or some
type of statistics record? If so where would I find it.
The hazards of working in two counties with the same name! I meant to
put Iowa, but have been looking around so much in Marion County Ohio, I
got majorly cofused!
Angela in Oklahoma
> If you want a lookup for OH. this is the Marion Co., IA. list.
> In a message dated 4/11/99 3:53:24 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
> angndal(a)swbell.net writes:
> << I am researching Barnes in Marion County Ohio in about 1870 range, not
> sure how much earlier. Does anyone have access to the 1870 Marion
> County Census? Our library does not have that particular microfilm. I
> am looking for John Barnes and Mary Jane his wife and they will have at
> least one son named James Barnes and possibly a new baby named Charles
> H. Barnes. Maybe more. If anyone can look this up for me, please let me
> know! I can do an Oklahoma lookup in exchange if anyone needs one!
> Angela in Oklahoma
I am researching Barnes in Marion County Ohio in about 1870 range, not
sure how much earlier. Does anyone have access to the 1870 Marion
County Census? Our library does not have that particular microfilm. I
am looking for John Barnes and Mary Jane his wife and they will have at
least one son named James Barnes and possibly a new baby named Charles
H. Barnes. Maybe more. If anyone can look this up for me, please let me
know! I can do an Oklahoma lookup in exchange if anyone needs one!
Angela in Oklahoma
Sarah Ann ROUTH b. 15 Jan 1840 Thorntown, Boone Co., IN dau. of Joshua Routh
and Lydia SKEEN m. 8 Sept 1857 Henry SPALTI who was b 1825. The Rouths came
to the Pleasantville area about 1854.
Since my line is from a sister of Sarah Ann, I have nothing further on the
>From an article in the book "Pleasantville, Iowa, Past & Present 1976" I
have found a Fridilon Nicholas and Mary Spalti coming to Marion Co. in 1852
from Netstall, County Glarus, Switzerland with their son, Fridilon (13 yrs
old). The son married Regula Kubli in 1865. In another article, in the
same book it states that a Fridolin (note different spelling) Spalti,
brother to Yost, Henry, and Joachim, came to Pleasantville, Marion Co., IA;
and then mentions another Spalti named Nicholas (son of Fridolin and
Elizabeth Weber Spalti) coming in 1852. The two articles do not give
sufficient information to make it clear how they are related and if they are
speaking of the same person (Fridilon vs Fridolin). I would like to solve
this and other problems I am having with the Spalti line. Anyone related to
the Spalti family; i.e., Stubbs, Reynolds, Richards, Litchfield, Duncan may
have the necessary info I need. Please respond. Thanks
In a book I received from a relative: "Pleasantville, Iowa, Past and
Present, 1976" there are two write-ups on the Proffitt family. One is on
Dulaney W. Proffitt, and the other is on George Wilard Proffitt. It is not
clear as to whether or not there is a relationship between the two families.
I am interested in finding out if there is, and what that relation is. My
Metcalf line is related to both, and I would like to solve this question.
Any clues will be appreciated. Thanks, Lenore