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Williamson County miscellaneous court records, 1840-1903

by Mary Jo Moore
Moore, Mary Jo (Main Author)
[S.l. : s.n.], c2002
2 v.


Title from cover.

Williamson County, Illinois records.

“During several years of searching court records I found these in the miscellaneous files in the Circuit Clerk’s Office. The dates range from 1840-1889. The first forty four pages are Coroner’s Inquests and Verdicts from the year 1903. [cont. in next note]

[cont.]"Other court records include Divorce, Grand Jury Indictments, Assault, Murder, Assault With Intent to Murder, Adultery, Arson, Gaming, Selling Liquor Without a License, Betting On Election, Rape, Larceny, Riot, Buggery, Resisting An Officer, Kidnapping, Manslaughter, Keeping a Disorderly House, Petition For Partition, Running A Tippling House On Sabbath, Petition For Dower, Mayhem, Perjury, Foreclosure, Arrest Warrants, Summons, Neglect of Duty As Supervisor, and more”—Foreword, 1st prelim. p.

Includes full-name index.



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