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Miscellaneous records, 1857-1995 ; indexes, 1858-1972

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1995-1996
on 68 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.


Microfilm of original records at the Marshall County Courthouse in Marysville, Kansas.

Title varies on spine.

Includes indexes in some volumes.

Includes petitions for appointment of road supervisors, poll records, liquor licenses, jury lists, establishment of voting precincts, marriage records, stray and brand registrations, and land records. Contains abstracts of town lots, numerical index of ranges, grantor-grantee, the type of document or instrument, the date of filing, book, page number, and remarks.

Includes some records from the County Court, county clerk, county board of commissioners, justices of the peace, county board of supervisors, and register of deeds.

Abstracts of town lots, numerical index of ranges, and grantor - grantee indexes list the type of document or instrument, the date of filing, book and page number, the name of the grantor and the grantee, and remarks.

Some pages have smeared ink and are hard to read.

The majority of the records deal with land and property.



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