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Williamson County, Illinois deeds, mortgages and land records : early 1800s-early 1900s

Williamson County, Illinois, deeds, mortgages & chattels.
Mary Jo Moore & Charla Murphy, compilers
Books/Monographs
English
Marion, Illinois : Williamson County Historical Society (Illinois), [c1997]
2 v. : facsims.

Notes

Also on t.p.: Volume I & II contain copies of the original documents on file at the Williamson County Courthouse. . . . The earliest record starts around the 1840's and the latest arount [sic] 1902.

Cover title: Williamson County, Illinois, deeds, mortgages & chattels.

Records in the 2 vols. are in no particular order.

Index in each vol.

The 2 vols. are bound together as 1 vol.

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