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Edgar County, Illinois marriages

read and recorded by the following volunteers, Linda Perkinson Cary ... [et al.]
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Paris, Illinois : Edgar County Geneal. Society, 1988-1998
v. : maps.

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Vol. 5 was read & recorded by Frances Sunkel Lindsey, et al.

This vol. "was compiled from three sources, License Application Date Books, Marriage Date Books, and Original Returns, all of which are located in the Edgar County Courthouse"--3rd prelim. page.

Names are in alphabetical order by groom.

Includes bride and parents/guardians indexes.

Contents: vol. 1. 1823-1859 -- v. 2. 1860-1877 -- v. 3. 1878-1886 -- v. 4. 1887-1893 -- v. 5. 1894-1900 -- v. 6. 1901-1906 -- v. 7. 1907-1910 -- v. 8. 1911-1914.

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