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Corp David C. Westbrooks

Corp David C. Westbrooks When Corp David C. Westbrooks was born on October 2, 1931, his father, Franklin, was 34 and his mother, Sarah, was 31. He had three brothers and three sisters. He died on November 6, 1950, in North Korea, at the age of 19.

Corp David C. Westbrooks
When Corp David C. Westbrooks was born on October 2, 1931, his father, Franklin, was 34 and his mother, Sarah, was 31. He had three brothers and three sisters. He died on November 6, 1950, in North Korea, at the age of 19.

1976 First Place winners in the Bicentennial Float

First Place winners in the Bicentennial Float for Civic Groups--Flatwoods FCE. Leo Dotson (Civil War soldier), Glenda James (suffragette wanting women to be able to vote), Dexter Webster (Clara Barton), Linda Skelton, Nell Graves (pioneer woman), Mary Tom Westbrooks (World War I soldier), Ann Laster (Sacagawea), unknown man in funky plaid suit (who presented the trophies, I think). Mary Tom Westbrooks won first place for the most original costume (because it was an original), the World War I uniform of Dr. Earl Boyce.

First Place winners in the Bicentennial Float for Civic Groups–Flatwoods FCE. Leo Dotson (Civil War soldier), Glenda James (suffragette wanting women to be able to vote), Dexter Webster (Clara Barton), Linda Skelton, Nell Graves (pioneer woman), Mary Tom Westbrooks (World War I soldier), Ann Laster (Sacagawea), unknown man in funky plaid suit (who presented the trophies, I think). Mary Tom Westbrooks won first place for the most original costume (because it was an original), the World War I uniform of Dr. Earl Boyce.

Various Marriages

contributed by Jan Broxterman

Kisiah Townsend m Thomas Smith cir 1843
George C. Townsend m Nancy Ann Cottrell 1850
Fredrick H. Townsend m Martha E. Batton 1852
James Calvin Townsend m Lucinda Frances Markam 1853
Henry D. Townsend m Malinda J. ? 1856
John W. Townsend m Dona Martha ? 1858
Lucinda Townsend m Moses Odom bef 1860
Salathiel Haney m xxx Peoples bef Nov 1844
Salathiel Haney m Winnie Laxton Coble bet May 1847 and Sep 1849
Henry Coble m Winnie Laxton 1827

Marriages – 1865 – 1919 – Partial Listing

contributed by Elizabeth Ramey

Editor’s note: The origin of these records is unknown.  It is an incomplete record of Perry Co. marriages between 1865 and 1919.  There may also be some duplicate records since it was converted from lists that were sorted by both brides surname and grooms surname.

Please consult the original record to confirm the accuracy of what you find here.

Searching and Sorting

To narrow your search, just type a name in the search box – surnames seem to work best.  You can also sort by Groom or Bride.

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Complete List of 1890 – 1894 Marriages

contributed by Jan Monnin

Copyright: Jan Monnin 2009

Source: Tennessee State Library and Archives (TSLA), microfilm roll #10

Transcriber’s Notes:

These are from the marriage books. When a marriage license was applied for, it was written in these books. But when the marriage was actually performed, it was up to the minister of the gospel (M.G.) or justice of the peace (J.P.) to go back and add the solemnization information. Some times it appears this was not done.
Also note that some of these handwritten records were very hard to read. Keep in mind that “W”, “H”, “F”, “N” all look the same. As do other letters, such as “C” and “O”. The letters “col” may appear after someone’s name. That indicates “colored”.
keep in mind that these names will not appear in the search functions of this website for 1 – 2 weeks.

Where to obtain copies of the original records:

TSLA. Here’s the link to their website and the marriages: http://www.tennessee.gov/tsla/history/mailcnty.htm#Marriages
These original records are on www.ancestry.com. You must have a membership in order to view/print/save the records.
These records are also available on microfilm from the LDS Library near you. Here’s the link to find a library: http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/FHC/frameset_fhc.asp

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Complete List of 1885 – 1889 Marriages

contributed by Jan Monnin

Copyright: Jan Monnin 2008

Source: Tennessee State Library and Archives (TSLA), microfilm roll #10

Transcriber’s Notes:

These are from the marriage books. When a marriage license was applied for, it was written in these books. But when the marriage was actually performed, it was up to the minister of the gospel (M.G.) or justice of the peace (J.P.) to go back and add the solemnization information. Some times it appears this was not done.
Also note that some of these handwritten records were very hard to read. Keep in mind that “W”, “H”, “F”, “N” all look the same. As do other letters, such as “C” and “O”. The letters “col” may appear after someone’s name. That indicates “colored”.
keep in mind that these names will not appear in the search functions of this website for 1 – 2 weeks.

Where to obtain copies of the original records:

TSLA. Here’s the link to their website and the marriages: http://www.tennessee.gov/tsla/history/mailcnty.htm#Marriages
These original records are on www.ancestry.com. You must have a membership in order to view/print/save the records.
These records are also available on microfilm from the LDS Library near you. Here’s the link to find a library: http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/FHC/frameset_fhc.asp

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Complete List of 1880 – 1884 Marriages

contributed by Jan Monnin

Copyright: Jan Monnin 2008

Source: Tennessee State Library and Archives, microfilm roll #10

Transcriber’s Notes:

These are from the marriage books. When a marriage license was applied for, it was written in these books. But when the marriage was actually performed, it was up to the minister of the gospel (M.G.) or justice of the peace (J.P.) to go back and add the solemnization information. Many times it appears this was not done.
Also note that some of these handwritten records were very hard to read. Keep in mind that “W”, “H”, “F”, “N” all look the same. As do other letters, such as “C” and “O”. The word “colored” or “col” will appear after some individuals names, indicating they were colored persons.
keep in mind that these names will not appear in the search functions of this website for 1 – 2 weeks.

Where to obtain copies of the original records:

TSLA. Here’s the link to their website and the marriages: http://www.tennessee.gov/tsla/history/mailcnty.htm#Marriages
These original records are on www.ancestry.com. You must have a membership in order to view/print/save the records.
These records are also available on microfilm from the LDS Library near you. Here’s the link to find a library: http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/FHC/frameset_fhc.asp

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Note:  It appears they went to a new form of marriage book starting in July 1881.   All Places refer to Perry County or  Tennessee unless otherwise noted.   Also, there was an additional column for “Occupation of Bridegroom” – this was also marked as “farmer” unless otherwise noted.

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[The format changed again at this point in Jan Monnin’s transcription for some reason.]

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Complete List of 1875 – 1879 Marriages

contributed by Jan Monnin

Copyright: Jan Monnin 2008

Source: Tennessee State Library and Archives, microfilm roll #10

Transcriber’s Notes:

These are from the marriage books. When a marriage license was applied for, it was written in these books. But when the marriage was actually performed, it was up to the minister of the gospel (M.G.) or justice of the peace (J.P.) to go back and add the solemnization information. Many times it appears this was not done.
Also note that some of these handwritten records were very hard to read. Keep in mind that “W”, “H”, “F”, “N” all look the same. As do other letters, such as “C” and “O”.
keep in mind that these names will not appear in the search functions of this website for 1 – 2 weeks.

Where to obtain copies of the original records:

TSLA. Here’s the link to their website and the marriages: http://www.tennessee.gov/tsla/history/mailcnty.htm#Marriages
These original records are on www.ancestry.com. You must have a membership in order to view/print/save the records.
These records are also available on microfilm from the LDS Library near you. Here’s the link to find a library: http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/FHC/frameset_fhc.asp

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Complete List of 1870 – 1874 Marriages

contributed by Jan Monnin

Copyright: Jan Monnin 2008

Source: Tennessee State Library and Archives, microfilm roll #10

Transcriber’s Notes:

These are from the marriage books. When a marriage license was applied for, it was written in these books. But when the marriage was actually performed, it was up to the minister of the gospel (M.G.) or justice of the peace (J.P.) to go back and add the solemnization information. Many times it appears this was not done.
Also note that some of these handwritten records were very hard to read. Keep in mind that “W”, “H”, “F”, “N” all look the same. As do other letters, such as “C” and “O”.
keep in mind that these names will not appear in the search functions of this website for 1 – 2 weeks.

Where to obtain copies of the original records:

TSLA. Here’s the link to their website and the marriages: http://www.tennessee.gov/tsla/history/mailcnty.htm#Marriages
These original records are on www.ancestry.com. You must have a membership in order to view/print/save the records.
These records are also available on microfilm from the LDS Library near you. Here’s the link to find a library: http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/FHC/frameset_fhc.asp

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Complete List of 1865 – 1969 Marriages

contributed by Jan Monnin

Copyright: Jan Monnin 2008

Source: Tennessee State Library and Archives, microfilm roll #10

Transcriber’s Notes:

These are from the marriage books. When a marriage license was applied for, it was written in these books. But when the marriage was actually performed, it was up to the minister of the gospel (M.G.) or justice of the peace (J.P.) to go back and add the solemnization information. Many times it appears this was not done.
Also note that some of these handwritten records were very hard to read. Keep in mind that “W”, “H”, “F”, “N” all look the same. As do other letters, such as “C” and “O”.
keep in mind that these names will not appear in the search functions of this website for 1 – 2 weeks.

Where to obtain copies of the original records:

TSLA. Here’s the link to their website and the marriages: http://www.tennessee.gov/tsla/history/mailcnty.htm#Marriages
These original records are on www.ancestry.com. You must have a membership in order to view/print/save the records.
These records are also available on microfilm from the LDS Library near you. Here’s the link to find a library: http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/FHC/frameset_fhc.asp

Notes

  • Page 24 missing  – #119 – 127
  • Jan 1867 – March 1868 Marriages appear to be missing
  • Looks like page #56 is missing (# 360 – 368)

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