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Early landowners of Jennings County, Indiana

Holmes, Maurice

Early landowners of Jennings County, Indiana

by Holmes, Maurice

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Published by Holmes in Shelbyville, Ind .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Jennings County (Ind.),
  • Indiana,
  • Jennings County.
    • Subjects:
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Indiana -- Jennings County.,
    • Landowners -- Indiana -- Jennings County.,
    • Jennings County (Ind.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Maurice Holmes.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF532.J53 H64
      The Physical Object
      Pagination90 leaves ;
      Number of Pages90
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4578210M
      LC Control Number77150387

      Indiana Landmarks Jennings County Jennings County An Illustrated History of the State of Indiana, (Source: Internet Archive) Jennings County (Source: Wikipedia) Jennings County Bibliography (Source: WorldCat) Jennings County Interim Report, Indiana Historic Sites and Structures Inventory (Source: The Digital Collections of IUPUI. Jennings County Recycling State Road 3 North Vernon, Indiana Office: () Please visit the SEIRD site for more information Southen Indiana Recycling District Notice of Fee Increase Recycle Center Pricing.

      Jennings County Specials #1, 2 & 3 – Hoosier Journal of Ancestry EARLY MARRIAGES OF SHELBY COUNTY, INDIANA by Colleen Alice Ridlen MARRIAGE RECORDS EARLY LANDOWNERS by Maurice Holmes CENSUS – SUGAR CREEK TOWNSHIP. Jennings County was created in from Jackson and Jefferson Counties. It is located in southeast Indiana. The county seat is Vernon. Selected Holdings at the Indiana State Library. The following list is not complete. Further resources may be found by searching the Indiana State Library online catalog. Print Materials from the Genealogy Division.

      The Jennings County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) is a subdivision of Indiana state government. It is responsible for carrying out a program to promote conservation of soil, water and related natural resources within the county. VV - Indiana Source Book By Charlou Dolan Ap at In reply to: Early Landowners of Jennings Co., IN (Holmes) NV 1 Jun census, Jennings Co., IN: Lucinda Van Volkenburg of Lake County, Indiana, do hereby consent and authorize the appointment of David Dickson, of Hammond, Lake County, Indiana, as administrator of.


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Early landowners of Jennings County, Indiana by Holmes, Maurice Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Early landowners of Jennings County, Indiana. [Maurice Holmes]. Jennings County. Jennings County was created in from Jackson and Jefferson Counties. It is located in southeast Indiana. The county seat is Vernon. Selected Holdings at the Indiana State Library.

The following list is not complete. Further resources may be. Map of Whitley County, Indiana "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year by Willard, Kingman & Mc. Conahy in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington." LC Land ownership maps, Includes business directories and distance table.

Indiana County Maps, Atlases, and Plat Books The Indiana State Library has an extensive collection of maps, atlases, and plat books of Indiana counties. These items are valuable resources for historical and genealogical research from the beginning of statehood to the present. Early landowners of Jennings County, Indiana WorldCat Early landowners of Jennings County, Indiana Family History Library Family maps of Jennings County, Indiana: with homesteads, roads, waterways, towns, cemeteries, railroads and more Family History Library U.S.

General Land Office Records Bureau of Land Management. The item Early landowners of Pennsylvania, Atlas of township warrantee maps of Greene County, PA, Sharon Cook MacInnes, Angus MacInnes represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library.

Early Black Settlements by County. Inthere were 21 black landowners in Jennings County, whose real estate was collectively valued at $8, (Heller). Vernon, Indiana: Jennings County Preservation Association, Inc., Accessed Octo Aaron Wallace “Black History Month Hoosier History Makers.” Accessed October pages with 62 total maps Locating original landowners in maps has never been an easy task-until now.

This volume in the Family Maps series contains newly created maps of original landowners (patent maps) in what is now Jennings County, Indiana, gleaned Author: Gregory A Boyd J.D.

The Indiana Constitution framed at Corydon, Juneprohibited the establishment of slavery in Indiana. Jennings County being in free territory attracted the non-slaveholding element of the westward movement among those families were the Calicotts, Shorts, Edwardses, Hicklins, Jacksons and.

Atlas Name: Jennings CountyPublisher: D. Lake and Co., Publish Date: ; Location: Indiana. Located at the county recorder’s office in the Jennings County Courthouse Annex. The annex is a new building similar in style to the courthouse, located across the street from the courthouse in Vernon, Indiana, 1 block north of Hwy.7 on Brown St.

The recorder’s office is. Jennings County, IN Map. Indiana Landmarks American Architect & Building News Index () Indiana Landmarks Central Canal & IUPUI Image Collection Indiana Landmarks H.

Roll McLaughlin Collection. biographical and historical souvenir, Jennings County, Indiana / Contains several parts of the work published in under title: Biographical and historical souvenir for the counties of Clark, Crawford, Harrison, Floyd, Jefferson, Jennings, Scott, and Washington, Indiana.

Includes index. Author of Shelby County, Indiana, births and deaths,Court records of Shelby County, Indiana,Early landowners of Hancock County, Indiana, Early landowners of Fayette County, Indiana, Early landowners of Bartholomew County, Indiana, Court records of Union Co., Indiana,Shelbyville, Ind., newspaper items, Early landowners of Ripley County, Indiana.

Jennings County, IN Vital Records. Where can find Jennings County Birth, marriage, Divorce and Death Records. Jennings County vital records can be found at the Indiana Office of Vital Records which has copies of birth and death records.

There is a fee for each copy requested. As an officer on the County Board of Finance, the treasurer is responsible to deposit, invest, and account for all monies entrusted to Jennings County government.

Together with the auditor, the treasurer ensures the proper distribution of funds. (Generally see IC for duties of the county treasurer).

Indiana schools. 1: Gannett, Henry, ; Hewes, Fletcher W.; United States. Census Office. The Jennings County Public library, located in North Vernon, Indiana is a very good place to begin your research. They hold indexes to many of the early county records. The library also houses a set of binders containing reading of the cemetery stones for a very large portion of Jennings County.

Most of these reading were done in the early s. In Vernon was established as the county seat for Jennings County. John Vawter provided a sate at the center of the town for a Courthouse. The first courthouse would be suffiecient until the mid s, when the need for space required new construction.

Work began on the present courthouse in and it was completed in. Jennings County, Indiana History and Genealogy. County Seat: Vernon Year Organized: Jennings County Courthouse in Vernon, Indiana. This county bears the name of Jonathan Jennings, the first governor of the State of Indiana (as well as the nine term congressman).JENNINGS COUNTY lies in the southern part of Indiana.

It was organized inand named for Jonathan Jennings, the first Governor of Indiana, after it was admitted into the Union as a State. It is bounded on the north by Bartholomew and Decatur counties, on the east by Ripley, on the south by Jefferson and Scott, and on the west by Jackson.Jennings County IN Cemetery Records.

USA (1,) > Indiana (39,) > Jennings County () > Jennings County Cemetery Records (). USA (1,) > Indiana (39,) > Indiana Cemetery Records (10,) > Jennings County Cemetery Records (). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level.

Statewide collections are found on the Indiana Cemetery Records page.