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Alcorn County, Mississippi, Marriage Records 1939-1950

The Genealogy Library has received the microfilm rolls, Marriages in Alcorn County, Mississippi, 1939-1950. This film includes all available indices from the same time frame.

Corinth, Alcorn County, Mississippi is just across the Tennessee state line and during this time frame, which includes the war years, there was no waiting period to get married there as there was in Tennessee and elsewhere. Also females could legally marry at the age of fourteen. Many, not only West Tennesseans, took advantage of this “stepping over the line” to get married there. Continue reading “Alcorn County, Mississippi, Marriage Records 1939-1950”

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Tennessee Death Certificates, State Wide 1908-1912 and 1914-1955

We have death certificates for the entire state of Tennessee on microfilm for the years 1908-1958. There are NO Death Certificates for the year 1913.

If you are interested in requesting copies of one or more Tennessee Death Certificates, we charge $5.00 for the first copy and $4.00 for each additional certificate requested. We are happy to confirm at NO CHARGE whether a certificate exists before you send any money. Send us a Query.

History of the Blood River Church of Christ, est. 1842

Blood River Church which has never experienced a division and did not cease meeting during the Civil War, has the distinction today of being the oldest continuously operating church in Henry or Calloway County. This is an attempt to tell much of its fascinating story. Includes genealogies, pictures, Index, 281 pgs, $30, 2012

Crime & Punishment in Henry County, Tennessee

A cross-section of misdemeanors and felonies committed in the county running the gamut from disturbing a public worship to murder. In every case there are stories worth telling: some funny, sad, even heinous. Softbound.

  • Vol. 1, 1876-1883, seventeen true stories. 348 pgs, indexed. $40, 2010.
  • Vol. 2, 1871-1885, nineteen true stories, 377 pgs, indexed, $43, 2011