|Title:||William Webb and Mariah Timmons marriage license collection|
|Dates:||1843 October 13|
|Quantity:||0.025 Linear feet (1 folder; MS 3461 to MS 3466 housed together in 1 half box)|
"Baker County, in southwest Georgia, was formed from Early County in 1825. Before the Civil War (1861-65) parts of Baker in turn formed all or parts of Calhoun, Dougherty, Miller, and Mitchell counties. The county was named for Colonel John Baker, a Puritan and hero of the Revolutionary War (1775-83)."--"Baker County" from the New Georgia Encyclopedia, http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org (Viewed May 26, 2010)
The collection consists of one marriage license issued to William Webb and Mariah Timmons on October 13, 1843 in Baker County, Georgia. The license is signed by Robert Hardie. At the bottom of the license the couple is certified as having been joined in matrimony on October 14, 1843. The verso of the document has the seal of Baker County and a certification that this is a "true & correct copy of the marriage license," dated June 8, 1855 and signed by Thomas Cox, Ordinary.
William Webb and Mariah Timmons marriage license collection, 1843 October 13. MS 3465(M). Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.