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Gallatin County, Illinois probate case files, ca. 1813-1928

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
[Springfield, Illinois] : Office of the Secretary of State, Micrographics Division, Source Documents Unit, 1998
2 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original manuscripts at the Illinois State Archives, Springfield, Illinois.

"These records are filed in alphabetical order by the surname of the deceased. They are not the actual case files but do contain administrator's bond, some guardian's' bonds, receipts and widow's relinquishments"--Index, p. [1].

The index shows full-name of deceased, date, folder number & box number. As stated, the material is in alphabetical order. The folder & box numbers do not come into play.

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