Records of the circuit court, 1818-1928.

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Wisconsin. Circuit Court (Brown County). Records of the circuit court, 1818-1928.

Records of the circuit court, 1818-1928.

A variety of documents filed with the Circuit Court between 1818-1928, the bulk falling between 1820-1870. These records apparently were never indexed and had no other court documents related to them. Includes a wide variety of materials such as minutes of coroners' inquests, liens and judgments, writs of habeas corpus, marriage records, pardons, depositions of witnesses, documents connected with court cases, and a number of reports filed with the Circuit Court.

1.8 c.f. (5 archives boxes)

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