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3 edition of Bryan Co GA Marriages 1865-1889 found in the catalog.

Bryan Co GA Marriages 1865-1889

Computer Indexed Georgia Marriage Records by Nicholas Russell Murray

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Published by Hunting For Bears Genealogical Society and Library in 3878 W 3200 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84120-2154 USA ph.801-966-1611 [email protected] (First published 1985 in Hammond, LA USA) .
Written in English


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Formatsoft cover, indexed genealogical marriage data
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24329724M


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Ebenezer record book, births, baptisms, marriages and burials of Jerusalem Evangelical Lutheran Church of Effingham, Georgia, more commonly known as Ebenezer Church Family History Library Georgia Marriages, (includes Bryan County ) Ancestry.

Georgia Marriages, Ancestry. Many of these records were extracted from copies of the original records in microfilm, microfiche, or book format, located at the Family History Library. About Georgia Marriages, This database contains marriage information from selected areas of Georgia from Many of these records were extracted from copies of the original records in microfilm, microfiche, or book format, located at the Family History Library.

Counties and years included in this database: Georgia: Baldwin () Bartow () Bibb () Bleckley () Brooks () Bryan () Bullock (). Sweat-Swett-Sweet-Swete Marriages In Georgia Now includes Ware County, Georgia to and Pierce County, Georgia to 18 Jan added Appling Co, Brooks Co, Colquitt Co, & Fulton Co 09 June added Atkinson Co, Berrien Co, Clinch Co, & Worth Co 14 Aug added Harris Co, Fulton Co () & Muscogee Co ().

Turner Co, GA at USGenWeb ~ A little better now but still needs more contributors. Turner County Marriages: Ware.

Marriage Records ; Resources: Bryan County Georgia Genweb; Bryan County Archives-usgwarchives; Bulloch County Marriages. Formed: Parent County: Bryan, Screven County Seat: Statesboro. Bulloch County Vital Records 1 W Altman St Statesboro, GA () - Marriages; Gay Surname Marriages; Harris, Jane - John.

Some marriages in Mayenne - Ille-&-Vilaine Finistère - Loire-Atlantique This is Patrick Oger's webpage. Georgia. Brooks County Marriage - By Bride* By Groom* Part of Paul Hickey's Genealogy Corner *These are very large files that will take awhile to load. Bryan County Marriages - Part of the Bryan County Page.

Martha Powell 09 Jun Oglethorpe Co., GA - 27 Jun managed by Davine Roberts Elizabeth (Powell) Sanders 19 Nov North Carolina - 26 Feb managed by Robert Green Squire Powell Indiana, United States - 05 Nov managed by Michael DeMeyer.

Geoghegan, Co Westmeath, Mullingar Parish Deaths Geoghegan, Co Westmeath, Mullingar Parish Marriages Geoghegan, Co Westmeath, Mullingar Parish Marriages Gahagan, Co. Roscommon, Fuerty Parish Bapts & Marrs - Various spellings, Co Westmeath, Mullingar Parish Baptisms At the conclusion of the Civil War inthe General Assembly (PCUSA-Old School) appointed a committee to establish churches and schools for freedmen.

The Reverend S.C. Logan served as the committee's first Secretary.