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Vol. 19, No. 21 - June 15, 2014
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--- Kentucky, 1774-1924 Land Records
--- Land and Tax Records: Ohio, 1787-1840
--- Land Records: Pennsylvania Bucks and Lancaster Co., 1682-1825
--- Marriage Index: Louisiana, 1718-1925
--- Marriage Index: IL, IN, KY, OH, and TN, 1720-1926

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==> Kentucky, 1774-1924 Land Records
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Land records are important in genealogy research because they place an individual in a specific location at a specific time. They are especially important when researching ancestors who lived prior to the Civil War since most free adult white males owned land at that time.


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==> Land and Tax Records: Ohio, 1787-1840
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A public-domain state, Ohio's early land and tax records document not only state history but family history as well. The records here can serve as substitutes for state census records and include the period of time before Ohio was granted statehood in 1803.

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==> Land Records: Pennsylvania Bucks and Lancaster Co., 1682-1825
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This database contains information on approximately 12,690 individuals mentioned in land record abstracts for Bucks and Lancaster Counties, Pennsylvania. While the land records are from Pennsylvania, often the individuals listed resided in neighboring Mid-Atlantic States. For the family historian, land records provide two important types of information. First, land records help determine relationships between people. Second, they place an individual in a specific time and place. This allows you to group people not only into families but, often, neighborhoods as well. Knowing where a person lived at a particular time is important because it helps you direct future family history research and provides clues as to where you may wish to search for additional family history records.


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==> Marriage Index: Louisiana, 1718-1925
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This database contains indexes to approximately 285,000 marriage records from 58 selected parishes (counties) in Louisiana. Records begin as early as 1718 in St. Helens Parish. There are no records for any parishes for the years 1719-1727 and 1729-1733. After 1734, there is a general increase in records throughout the state, and the collection continues into the mid-1900s. Most of these records were compiled from courthouse marriage records. Records indexed may not be comprehensive for the time and region covered.

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==> Marriage Index: IL, IN, KY, OH, and TN, 1720-1926
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This database contains indexes to marriage records for selected years from 221 selected counties in five states: Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee. There are approximately 369,000 records dating from as early as 1720 and continuing to the early 1900s. Records indexed may not be comprehensive for the time and region covered.

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