A Copy of the Records of Births, Marriages, and Deaths and of Intentions of Marriage of the Town of Hanover, Mass. 1727-1857 (Google eBook)

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Press of the Rockland Standard, 1898 - Hanover (Mass.) - 319 pages
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Page iii - That a committee of three be appointed by the chairman of this meeting, to proceed to Washington and to present these resolutions to his Excellency, the President of the United States, and that copies of the same be sent to the Commander-in-Chief of the army of the United States, to the commander of the army of Missouri, to the Secretary of War, to the Governor of the State...
Page iv - Selectmen to introduce an Article in the next Town Meeting Warrant, "To see if the Town will print five or six hundred copies of the Records of Births, Marriages and Deaths.
Page 113 - ... name of informant, when registered, date of birth, name of the child, (if any,) sex, color, and condition, place of birth, names of parents, residence of parents, occupation of father, place of birth of father, and place of birth of mother. The record of a marriage must state the date of marriage, names and surnames of groom and bride, residence of each at time of marriage, age of each in years, occupation of groom, place of birth of each, names of parents of each, what marriage, whether 1st,...

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