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Here's a little FYI. If you ever get a chance to get to the Owen County Courthouse to search for marriage records, take it.
Tucked inside the record books you might find the original hand written notes/letters of permission from the parents or guardians! Of course, not all have them but a surprising number do.
For my husband's family, I found several and was able to make copies. Sigh...it was pure heaven!!
It is well worth the trip and I found the staff very helpful and friendly.
BTW, I am looking for Hawkins, Stivers, Cull, Leake, Lusby, Miles, Miller, Beach and many others. My husband's family came to Owen County early on and they all stayed put, quite unlike my rambling family!!
Alinda in Missouri
Hello, Merritt................we haven't talked for a long time.
ANYONE-------who is searching the films Merritt listed:::::::::::::::::if
you catch a glimpse of a marriage of
William Hayden SHELTON and Ann Mary / Mary Ann Jacobs, PLEASE grab on
to it for me.
I have searched in Owen Co., with out results.
Marriage would have been about 1865 / 66.
First child was born 13 June 1867.
Phyllis Counts Raker
Have you tried your local Family History Center? From my own reaseach,
I know that Salt Lake has the following microfilms available for loan
to your local Family History Center:
0272768 Marriage Index for Owen Co KY, 1819-1948
0272770 Marriage Certificates and Licenses, Owen Co KY, 1819-1866
On Friday, November 8, 2002, at 05:07 AM,
> Date: Thu, 7 Nov 2002 13:59:59 EST
> From: JillyRN(a)aol.com
> Subject: Marriage record help??
> Does anyone know how I might go about finding a marriage record for
> County, from 1846? I have found out, according to his Civil War
> Pension file,
> that my g-g-grandparents, Erasmus Burns Collins, and Frances Jane
> were married in Owen County, 23 Dec 1846. Finding this marriage record
> very likely open many doors in finding more about my family. Any help
> be greatly appreciated
Does anyone know how I might go about finding a marriage record for Owen
County, from 1846? I have found out, according to his Civil War Pension file,
that my g-g-grandparents, Erasmus Burns Collins, and Frances Jane Thomas,
were married in Owen County, 23 Dec 1846. Finding this marriage record could
very likely open many doors in finding more about my family. Any help would
be greatly appreciated
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