State Records

September 23, 2017 - Locating the land of an ancestor can uncover a wealth of knowledge. Presenter J. Mark Lowe demonstrates how platting a property tract map may help identify many important features of a community, including ferries, mills, cemeteries, trails, historic homes and many other landmarks. With the aid of a few inexpensive tools, researchers can construct their own plats of land tracts as described in deeds, wills, court records or land grants.
This page contains information and instructions for ordering copies of Birth Records and Delayed Birth Certificates.
This page contains information and instructions for ordering copies of Death Records.
This page contains information and instructions for ordering copies of Governors Papers
This page contains information and instructions for ordering copies of Land Grants
This page contains information and instructions for ordering copies of State Penitentiary Records and State Record Groups
This page contains information and instructions for ordering copies of Supreme Court Cases
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