Mississippi marriage records, Georgia death certificates, & Library hauntings

The Clarion Ledger announced in late September that several Mississippi counties marriage records had been recorded in book form by Ann Allen Geoghegan. The books can be viewed and ordered at http://stores.lulu. com/anniegms

“…Now completed are the Adams County Mississippi Marriages 1799-1900 (196 pages); Amite County Mississippi Marriages 1805-1900 (267 pages); Claiborne County Mississippi Marriages 1816-1900 (157 pages); Franklin County Mississippi Marriages 1820-1900 (119 pages); Jefferson County Mississippi Marriages 1805-1900 (223 pages); and Wilkinson County Mississippi Marriages 1805-1925 (204 pages)…”

Eastmans online newsletter along with others are excited to announce that the Georgia Death Certificates are viewable online. Try it out!

There’s some good news concerning Louisiana. None of the libraries in Louisiana, nor any of its genealogical libraries were cited as being haunted, but several Ohio libraries genealogy archives are on this list!


About Louisiana Genealogy Admin

I manage several RootsWeb mailing lists and message boards, support Louisiana Cemetery Preservation, am a former Louisiana and Mississippi librarian, have been researching genealogy of my family since 1988, and write and promote several blogs supporting either Louisiana genealogy or Louisiana cemeteries.
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