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Marriage License


Middleton Kelley     of Mississippi in Jefferson County

    To   By the Registrar of said county Greetings:

 Elizabeth Burns

 

      To any Judge, Minister of the gospel or Justice Lawfully authorized to celebrate the rites of matrimony, Greetings

You are hereby authorized to celebrate the rites of Matrimony between Mr. Middleton Kelly and Miss Elizabeth Burns and For doing this shall by your warrant.

  Given under my hand in office this 26th day of April, 1822.   

     Philip Dixon (?) Regr.

 

State of Mississippi Jefferson County

 

     This is to certify that the rites of Matrimony were celebrated Between Middleton Kelly and Elizabeth Burns on the 28th April 1822 by the undersigned Justice of the Peace

 

      Isaac H. B. Ross

 

Transcribed by Jane Combs from copy of Marriage document.


 

Marital Consent

 

State of Mississippi

Jefferson County

 

     Personally appeared before the undersigned Clerk of the Probate of said County, James R. Nusom Who after being duly sworn says that he knows of his own knowledge that John G. Farris has given his Consent that the rites of matrimony shall be celebrated between his son Middleton Farris and Miss Ellen Harrison.

 

Sworn to a subscribed before me

This 14th August AD 1867   James R. Nusom

C.C. Carpenter, Clerk

 

Transcribed from copy and submitted by Jane Combs, Waco, TX


 

Marital Consent

State of Mississippi

Jefferson County

   Personally appeared before the undersigned Clerk of the Probate Court, in and for said County Middleton Farris an James R. Nusom, who each on oath say that they each Avow of their own knowledge that John G. Faris has given his consent that the rites of matrimony shall be celebrated between his daughter Armilda Farris and said James R. Nusom

Sworn and subscribed before me Middleton Faris

this 14th day of August AD 1867   James R. Nusom

C.C. Carpenter clerk

Transcribed from copy and submitted by Jane Combs, Waco, TX

 

 

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