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There are more miles of river in Nebraska than just about any other state.
Every year you can attend the College World Series in Omaha, and you can see how doing good can change lives at Boys Town.
Completely searchable and results return the original document to be viewed. Located at the Old Buncombe County Genealogical Society, the site features a surname search of the obituary index. Features abstracts of obituaries from the Goldsboro Messenger and Goldsboro Headlight covering years 1869-1903. Transcriptions of extractions of births, marriages and deaths from local newspapers. You must use the exact format (mm/dd/yyyy) for dates or you will not be given any search results. Features an index to obituaries from the following local Ohio newspapers and dates.
Copies of obituaries in this index may be purchased form OBCGS. Also found at this site are births and marriages abstracted from newspapers. Includes 1908-1917 extracts from The Beach Advance and 1907-1908 extracts from the Golden Valley Chronicle. Located at the Red River Valley Genealogical Society. Certificates may be ordered using the information found in the index.
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Your little town is often skipped over, but it’s much cooler than the nation seems to thunk it is.
Features obituaries and death notices which have appeared in local Omaha newspapers. Includes an archive of 2001-present day obituaries from the Mc Cook Daily Gazette newspaper. Includes the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, and the Times-Union newspapers. Marriage records include notices from the Greensboro Patriot 1826-1899, Guilford County marriage bonds 1771-1868 and marriage bonds from William Clemens book North & South Carolina Marriage Records. This index features basic information about the obituary or death notice indexed and where it can be found in the local Dayton newspaper. Searches obituaries from the Coshocton Tribune, 1980 - present Dresden Transcript, Holmes County Journal, Loudonville Advocate, Loudonville Democrat, Loudonville Times, and 1863 - present from the Massillon Independent.
Covers time period from late 1800s to present time. Death records include obituaries 1826-1899 from the Greensboro Patriot, and record of some NC cemetery tombstone records.. The search form searches 1850-1890, 1903-1913, 1920-1931, 1951-19 to present day. Located at the Findlay - Hancock County Public Library. Features an index of obituaries from local Hancock County newspapers from the mid 1800s to present time.
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Many of them are indexes and actual copies of the obituaries must be ordered from the institution who holds the files. An index of full obituaries from various sources and years. - Contains indexes for obituaries and death notices found in the Scioto Gazette and the Chillicothe Advertiser from the 1840s to 1860s with information on how to obtain full copies of these items from the newspapers.