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Marriage registers, 1900-1910, 1952-1972

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Richmond, Virginia : Filmed by the Virginia State Library, 1973
on 2 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of original records at the Suffolk City Courthouse in Suffolk, Virginia.

Nansemond County was established in 1637 as Upper Norfolk County and the name Nansemond was adopted in 1646. It became the independent city of Nansemond in 1972 and merged with the independent city of Suffolk in 1974.

Volumes are individually indexed.

Marriage register, v. 2, gives date and place of marriage, full names of the parties (husband and wife), ages, marital status, birthplaces, residences, parents' names, husband's occupation, name of person performing marriage ceremony, and remarks (usually race is written in). Marriage registers, v. 7-8, give the same with the addition of race, number of times married, wife's occupation, date marriage license was issued, and other information.

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