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Four Days to Save on Court Record Books

Sale Prices Expire at 11:59 PM EST, Monday, November 12th, 2018



Unlike wills, deed and marriage records, which cover very specific family matters, court order books contain a miscellany of information. This is so because colonial and 19th-century courts oversaw a range of legal issues pertaining to our ancestors lives. Here are just some of the issues that justices of the peace and other jurists oversaw: adoption, guardianship and apprenticeship; naturalization; land controversies; surveys and clearing of roads; licensing; other kinds of civil and criminal suits, and more. At the very least court records place our ancestors in a specific location at a definite point in time. And, in many instances, they contain much more because family members often testified about or witnessed matters that came before the court.

This weekend we have selected eighteen court record collections and discounted them by around 25%. The books in question cover the colonies/states of New Jersey, Maryland, Ohio, Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Mississippi. Scroll down and read the descriptions. You might just uncover the missing evidence concerning your forebears that’s eluded you. Just be certain to place your order(s) before 11:59 PM, Monday, November 12!

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