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MARRIAGES

HALSEY - North Carolina Marriages, 1827-1900

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The first permanent English settlers in North Carolina were Virginians who heard reports of fertile bottom lands, abundant timber resources, and an excellent climate. This database is an index to marriage records that took place in North Carolina between 1842 and 1900. This update adds marriage records from Granville, Guilford, Halifax, New Hanover, and Orange counties to those of Ashe, Bertie, Catawba, Currituck, Davidson, Davie, McDowell, Mecklenburg, Randolph, Rowan, Transylvania, Union, Wayne, Wilkes, and Yadkin counties. Most North Carolina marriages were not recorded before 1868. After 1868, the register of deeds in each county was given the task of issuing marriage licenses. Many of these records are from marriage bonds.

Ashe County: Ashe County was formed in 1799 from Wilkes County. The records from the county in this database cover the years 1851 through 1866. Original data: Ashe County, North Carolina Marriages, 1851-66. County court records located in Jefferson, North Carolina or Family History Library microfilm #0018188.

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Name Spouse Date County State
DOYAL, JAMES W. HALSEY, PATTIE G. 16 Aug 1866 Halifax NC
HALSEY, BENJAMIN F. ANTHONY, PATTIE G. 7 May 1860 Halifax NC
CLINTON, JAMES HALSEY, MILDRED 16 Jan 1867 New Hanover NC
HALSEY, ROBERT WORRICK, LOVIC 25 Dec 1866 New Hanover NC

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