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MONROE COUNTY, ALABAMA

MARRIAGES

Monroe County, Alabama

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Marriage Record for 1834-1880

Earliest Marriage Record:

p. 17. SEYMOUR BATES to MARTHA A. SHARP, on 25 July 1835. Security: JOSEPH D. BONEY.

p. 21. EUBANKS, J. J. to MISS ELIZA WALKER on 3 Dec., 1835, by ASA PARKER, J. P. Security: S. A. DUBOSE

p. 53. EUBANKS, EVANDER to ELIZABETH EUBANKS on 29 Feb. 1839, By WILLIAM C. FAULK, J. P.

p. 55. GRAHAM, WILLIAM A. to MISS MARGARET EUBANKS on 25 July 1839, by WILLIAM C. FAULK, J.P. Sec.: ROBERT O. CONNELL

p. 57. SEYMOUR BATES to ELIZABETH M. SULLIVAN on 9th October 1839, by JAMES P. WILSON, J. P. Security: HENRY SULLIVAN.

p. 56. CONNELL, ROBERT O. to MISS MARY ANN EUBANKS on 25 JULY, 1859, By WILLIAM C. FAULK, J.P. Security: WILLIAM A. GRAHAM “of age”

p. 92. EUBANKS, FANNIE to WILLIAM BUCK (?) on 20 Oct., 1844, by SAMUEL KELLY, J. P. Security ; F. B. LONG

p. 117. EUBANKS, JESSE to JULIA RAULS on 6 Jan. 1848, By R. O. CONNELL, J.P. BONDSMAN, R. O. CONNELL

p. 122. EUBANKS, JESSE G. to CATHERINE RALL on 5th Oct., 1848, by J. G. WALLACE, J.P. Bndsmn; MALCOM GRAHAM

p. 130. EUBANKS, JOHN J. to MRS. ELIZABETH RIKARD on 30 Dec. 1849, by R. O. CONNELL, J.P. Bondsman; DAVID W. KELLY “of age”

p. 206 EUBANKS, THOMAS J. to LAURA CATHERINE CRAPS (?) on 10th Feb. 1859, by K. O. CONNELL, J.P. “of age”

p. 231: W. J. DUNAWAY to DRUCILLA LAMBERT, on 13 Feb. 1862, by A. J. LAMBERT, M. G., at the residence of ANDREW LAMBERT. Bondsman M. L. LAMBERT

p. 236. EUBANKS, J. B. to MARTHA A. NEWBERRY at the res., of WILLIAM NEWBERRY, on 30th September, 1863, by M. MCCORVEY, Judge of Probate. Sec.: J. J. EUBANKS

p. 246. EUBANKS, R. H. to M. C. HOLMAN, at res., of NANCY DAVIDSON, by M. M. GRAHAM, M.G., on 19th May, 1865. Sec: G. W. SALTER “of age”

p. 259. EUBANKS, JESSE A. to SARAH A. DAVISON, at res. Of MRS. DAVISON, on 4th Jan., 1866, by M. MCCORVEY, Judge. Sec. J. J. EUBANKS. “Consent”

p. 288. EUBANKS, WILLIAM H. to ADELAIDE V. CRAPS, at res., of MRS. BETHEA, by W. B. DENNIS, M. G., on 17 Dec., 1867. Security: H. T. CRAPS

p. 297. F. M. DUNAWAY to E. M. LAMBERT on 25 Dec. 1868, by A. J. LAMBERT, M. G., at the residence of ANDERW LAMBERT. Bondsman: M. L. LAMBERT

p. 40. MCCASKILL, JOHN to CAROLINE EUBANKS on 18 Jan., 1838, by WILLIAM C. FAULK, J.P. Security: B. N. WALKER. “of age”

p. 177. NEWBERRY, BENJAMIN F. to JOSEPHINE EUBANKS, “At J. J. EUBANKS” on 30 Nov., 1855. by JOHN J. EUBANKS, J.P. BONDSMAN, B. N. WALKER. ‘Consent”

Compiler’s note: Earlier records of Monroe county were destroyed by fire about 1833.

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