Marriage certificate issued by the Freedmen's Bureau

Marriage certificate issued by the Freedmen's Bureau

Bureau Refugees, Freemen and Abandoned Lands By the authority of Circular No. 5, dated ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE KY. and TENN., Nashville, Feb. 26, 1866, I certify that I have this day united B. B. Manson and Sarah Ann Bo (White), colored, in the bonds of matrimony. They have been living together as man and wife for about since Oct. 23, 1843 years past and have had, as the result thereof, the following children, viz: John S. W. (White) Manson, aged about 21 years (served in U.S.C.S.) Mary Jane (Bo) Manson, 20 Martin Clark (Bo) Manson, 18 (served in U.S.C.S.) Robt Pryor (Bo) Manson, 17 Eleanor Clopton (Bo) Manson, 16 Salle (Bo) Manson, 14 Paul (Bo) Manson, 12 William [illegible] (Bo) Manson, 10 Patsy Agnes (Bo) Manson, 6 In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand in duplicate at office in Lebanon, Wilson County, Tennessee, April 19, 1866. S. B. F. C. Barr, Sup't Wilson County.

Marriage certificate issued by the Freedmen's Bureau
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