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Cohabitation records were created to identify and legitimize marriages and children born to those in slavery. The information may include names of individuals, ages, places where born, last known slave holders, and approximate year of marriage or cohabitation. These records are a valuable resource in indentification of former slaves. It is most likely the first time persons born into slavery are included in a public record. Records may be found in local courthouses, state archives and libraries, and other small town or local respositories. <br>
 
Cohabitation records were created to identify and legitimize marriages and children born to those in slavery. The information may include names of individuals, ages, places where born, last known slave holders, and approximate year of marriage or cohabitation. These records are a valuable resource in indentification of former slaves. It is most likely the first time persons born into slavery are included in a public record. Records may be found in local courthouses, state archives and libraries, and other small town or local respositories. <br>
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[[Alabama Cohabitation Records|Alabama Cohabitation Records]]<br>[[Georgia Cohabitation Records|Georgia Cohabitation Records]][[Kentucky Cohabitation Records|<br>Kentucky Cohabitation Records]]<br>[[Mississippi Cohabitation Records|Mississippi Cohabitation Records]]<br>[[North Carolina Cohabitation Records|North Carolina Cohabitation Records]]<br>[[Tennessee Cohabitation Records|Tennessee Cohabitation Records]]<br>[[Virginia Cohabitation Records|Virginia Cohabitation Records]]<br>
  
 
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Revision as of 15:44, 3 February 2010

Cohabitation records were created to identify and legitimize marriages and children born to those in slavery. The information may include names of individuals, ages, places where born, last known slave holders, and approximate year of marriage or cohabitation. These records are a valuable resource in indentification of former slaves. It is most likely the first time persons born into slavery are included in a public record. Records may be found in local courthouses, state archives and libraries, and other small town or local respositories.


Cohabitation Records

Alabama Cohabitation Records
Georgia Cohabitation Records
Kentucky Cohabitation Records

Mississippi Cohabitation Records
North Carolina Cohabitation Records
Tennessee Cohabitation Records
Virginia Cohabitation Records
























Rural Records of Mid-Southern United States