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Greene County, Alabama – Some marriages in the 1800s in Greene County, Alabama

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SOME GREENE COUNTY, ALABAMA

MARRIAGES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES

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Location of Greene County, Alabama

  • License for JOHN M. BATES to marry ELIZABETH PATTON issued 11 Aug. 1824.  There is no minister’s return showing date on which ceremony was performed. “By Consent of Parent”
  • From Marriage Record A, P. 37: WYATT HARPER married to SOPHIA BATES on 21 Dec. 1825.
  • Probate Record D. p. 802 31st March, 1835. MARY JANE BATES has married HENRY FIELD prior to this date.
  • Probate Record D. p. 804 –  MARCH, 1835 -. MARTHA ANN BATES has married WILLIS B. HARVEY.
  • JOHN W. BATES married to MISS ELIZABETH CONSTANTINE on 30 Nov. 1853, by C. C. CALAWAY
  • RICHARD W. DERDEN to NANCY A. SPIDDLE in 1851
  • ANN DERDEN to JAMES SHORT in 1831
  • CLARISSA DERDEN to ABNER EVANS, JR. in 1831

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  1. Shirley Matthews

    Even in Baldwin Co.Al. the parent had to sign for daughter even if they were Native Americans..when our county seat was located in the town of Blakeley located on the Tensaw River just 45 mins from Mobile. Alabama.

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