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Submitted By: Ellen Singleton Vandiver

 

Hardin Reynolds to Eunice Barnett

PERMISSION FROM JESSE BARNETTE FOR HIS DAUGHTER TO MARRY

I give leave from under my hand for Hardin Reynolds to marry my daughter Eunice Barnett this January 25 x 1844.

Hugh Barnett Jesse Barnett

Guardian of certificate proved by Hugh Barnett the subscribing account.

T. Helm

 

 

 

MARRIAGE BOND FOR HARDIN REYNOLDS TO MARRY EUNICE BARNETT

Know all men by these presents that we Hardin Reynolds & Hugh Barnett are held and bound unto the Commonwealth of Kentucky in the final sum of fifty pounds _____our hands and seals this 27th day of January 1844 whereas there is a license about to be issued for a marriage intended between the above bound Hardin Reynolds & Eunice Barnett. Now should there be ___ legal cause to obstruct said marriage then this obligation to be void else to remain in full force.

Thomas Helm H. Reynolds (seal)

 

Hugh Barnett (seal)

 

 

 

 

STATE OF KENTUCKY LINCOLN COUNTY COURT CLERK’S OFFICES

I --- certify that security has been _____ ______ my office for a license about to issue for a marriage intended between Hardin Reynolds & Unice Barnett. This is therefore to authorize any Minister of Gospel (or Justice of the P=peace) legally authorized solemnize the vows of matrimony to join together the said Hardin Reynolds & Unice Barnett in the Holy law of matrimony ____ ___ to the ____ ceremonies of his Church or Society. In testimony whereof I have hereunto executed my name as clerk office Lincoln Co Court this 27 day of January 1844.

Thomas Helm

Lincoln County Ct.

 

 

 

 

HARDIN REYNOLDS

LICENSE

February the 4th , 1844. This day the rights of matrimony was celebrated between Hardin Reynolds and Unice Barnett. By ___ Jas Blankenship

 

 

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