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An attempt was made to transcribe all information (spelling) exactly as it appeared. Many of the names were obviously misspelled.

When the marriage applicants could not speak or write English and the County Clerk(s) could not speak the applicant's language, then the name was spelled phonetically resulting in a tremendous amount of errors. For instance, I am sure that "Garcer" means "Garcia, "Gimenes" means "Jimenez," and "Allala" means "Ayala." Occasionally, the bride/groom columns have the wrong gender entered in them . When reviewing this list you have to keep an open mind in trying to determine what name the County Clerk was trying document.

This listing was made by John Hawley in 1999.

Grooms A - H

Grooms J - P

Grooms R - Z

TXGenWeb, Frio County - Marriages 1871-1920 updated on 09/07/2005

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