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Foreward & Abbreviations

Marriages:Death & Estate Notices:

ABSTRACTS
of
Marriage, Death, and Estate Notices
from
THE OQUAWKA SPECTATOR
Henderson County, Ill.

1848-1852
Indexed

Book I

by
Ruth A. Hutchinson


Copyright Notice:

Abstracts of Marriage, Death and Estate Notices has been generously provided to the Henderson County Genealogy website by Bettye Hutchinson Short, Ruth's daughter, so that her mother's legacy to the genealogical community will be preserved. Both Bettye and her father wish to share this wonderful resource.

This material may be freely used for personal research but may NOT be sold or reproduced.

The copyright for this material remains solely with the Hutchinson family.


FOREWORD


The OQUAWKA SPECTATOR was published weekly at Oquawka, Henderson county, Illinois, from February 12, 1848 through January 22, 1908. The abstracts of Marriages, Deaths, and Estate Notices in this book cover a period of February 12, 1848 through December 1852. A series of books for the following years will be published at a later date.

Standard genealogical abbreviations are used, ie;

      w/o - wife of
      memb - member
      d/o - daughter of
      res - resident
      inf s/o - infant son of
      y s/o - youngest son of
      ae - age

    No periods are used.
The date following the entry at the right side of the page is the date the original notice was published in the Oquawka Spectator




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