by Hunting for Bears Genealogical Society and Library in 3878 W 3200 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84120-2154 USA ph.801-966-1611 [email protected] (First published 1980 in Hammond, LA USA) .
Written in English
The format for this series of books was designed specifically to address an extreme weakness in genealogical research methodology as it existed in the later half of the last century. The primary component of this solution was an extremely large data base of records which could be accessed via computer instantly to provide location of additional existent and more complete records needed by researchers. Marriage records were uniquely the form of research in need of this additional research methodology.
Several barriers to this project will be lost to the fog of history unless mentioned somewhere so here are a few; A few County Clerks were naturally obstinate. The worst two were Parish Clerks in Louisiana, one of Assumption Parish, who would not allow our elderly collection team any access to the records unless they stood at the counter and hand copied the data. The books containing the dates were in a separate book and to see it required an individual retrieval and put back for each marriage. A neighboring parish, Ascension, arrested and prosecuted my wife and I for conducting a legal bingo (the mayor himself had issued the permit) to raise funds to continue the data collection process when the inheritance my parents had left, ran out.
Another involves an deceitful lady named "Annie" and the Mississippi Genealogy Society who have no problem with taking the data that HFB paid teams of people to travel to each local court, collect the data, process it and publish it. Annie and MGS then publishes it on the internet and locally in print form thereby, negating any chance of recouping any of the expenditure put out in accruing the data. Nick and Dorothy had expended tremendous effort establishing directly or indirectly over half of the Genealogy Societies in Mississippi and had trained and hired these new enthusiasts as team members in their data gathering project. To have several of these "researchers" betray friends and mentors in this manner is inexplicable!
There is a corporate "wolf" who has done the same as MGS does does locally on a small scale on a national scale, no an international one. HFB had been approached by a small startup CD producer to make our data available on CDs. He assured us the data would be protected by an unbreakable decryption method. Maybe he was correct, the "wolf" bought controlling interest in his company, took our data and built the world"s largest data repository and search service. All of this theft was was accomplished while I was becoming 100% disabled in the Gulf War, I just love it when people say "Thanks for your service". Eventually, after years of using the data to destroy us, "the wolf" did pay $35,000(far less than the cost of gathering data from one state in 1960), half of which was back royalties on the CDs sold years before to avoid the potential of lawsuits.
Arkansas Marriage Record Index CD
|Other titles||Arkansas Marriage Records CD (Complete HFB Collection)|
|Statement||HFB, managed by Dixie A Murray, [email protected]|
|Series||Hunting For Bears Early Arkansas Marriage Records|
|Contributions||Hunting for Bears (Firm)|
|LC Classifications||F410 .M87 1980z|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||digital, indexed genealogical marriage data|
|LC Control Number||86187225|
The Arkansas Department of Health keeps the marriage licenses and certificates for all the marriages that have taken place in the state. These documents are stored in the fine print for ease of retrieval upon request. Besides the marriage certificates and licenses, the state keeps records of all divorces that take place in the state. Original data: Hunting For Bears, comp.. Arkansas Marriages, Arkansas marriage information taken from county courthouse records. Please contact the appropriate county clerk for original source information. Name index to marriage records from the state of Arkansas. Microfilm copies of these records are available at the Family History Library and Family History Centers. Due to privacy laws, recent records may not be displayed. The year range represents most of the records. A few records . Early American Marriage Collection This collection of early American marriages represents years of research gathering marriages from local town and county sources. While these marriages have been published in book form for their individual states, now you can search several nearby states at once with just a few keystrokes.
Arkansas Marriage Records provide information about marriage licenses, certificates, and registries in AR. Official Marriage Records provide information about whether a marriage is legally valid, the names of both parties to the marriage, and when the wedding took place. Index and images of marriages recorded in counties of Arkansas. There may be related records included with marriage records. Once an image of a marriage record is located, browse through preceding and following images to check for related records. This project was indexed in partnership with the Arkansas Genealogical Society. Perform a free public marriage records search, including marriage licenses, certificates, registries, and indexes. Marriage Records Search Near Me Use My Location. Search Arkansas History Commission's catalog of archive records including county court records, marriage records, wills, probate court records, deeds, and tax records, among many others. Inventories for each county can be searched by county name and type of record.
Lawrence County Marriage Records Index Index of Brides In Marriage Record Book "A" - Index of Grooms In Marriage Record Book "A" - Western District Cemeteries, Lawrence County. Original data: Hempstead County, Arkansas Marriage Register, County court records located at Hope, Arkansas or Family History Library microfilm # Hot Spring County was formed in and was organized from Clark County. The records in this database cover the years through If you are looking for a marriage prior to Aug/Sep you should check Marriages (from side menu), The Marriage file contains the marriage records that have been abstracted from the Mt. Echo Newspaper (1st issue Mar ), marriages found in the diary of Rev Wood and marriages that have been submitted by researchers. In the early days of the Arkansas Territory, the Land Office was actually a part of the State Auditor’s Office. Known as the General Land Office, its duties were to administer the Federal Government’s programs moving public land into private ownership and record the transactions.