While there appear to be some who feel that there is only one kind of marriage, in reality there are many options regarding marriage.
In order to provide some additional depth to an understanding of the complexity of human marriage, I would like to discuss traditional Native American marriage.
Use the state index to locate the state for which you are seeking obituaries. Maintained and updated by the Greater Omaha Genealogical Society. Features birth, death and marriage notices from the City of Rochester newspapers. The index may also contain death information on people from the neighboring counties of Madison, Oneida and Otsego. Davidson County Obituaries Index at the Davidson County Public Library. The following indexes are on file: 1888-1948, 1951-1975, 1976-2000, 2001-2009, Located at the Greensboro Public Library.
Features obituaries and death notices which have appeared in local Omaha newspapers. Includes an archive of 2001-present day obituaries from the Mc Cook Daily Gazette newspaper. Includes the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, and the Times-Union newspapers. Marriage records include notices from the Greensboro Patriot 1826-1899, Guilford County marriage bonds 1771-1868 and marriage bonds from William Clemens book North & South Carolina Marriage Records. This index features basic information about the obituary or death notice indexed and where it can be found in the local Dayton newspaper. Searches obituaries from the Coshocton Tribune, 1980 - present Dresden Transcript, Holmes County Journal, Loudonville Advocate, Loudonville Democrat, Loudonville Times, and 1863 - present from the Massillon Independent.
The Apache tribes fought the invading Spanish and Mexican peoples for centuries.
The Oklahoma Sex Offender Registry, maintained by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, provides public information on sex offenders required to register pursuant to the Sex Offenders Registration Act, 57 O. State law designates certain sex offenders as habitual (two or more sex crime convictions) or aggravated (convicted of the most serious kinds of sex offenses), and based on federal law all sex offenders are assigned to one of three levels.
The Act describes Level 1 offenders as those who pose a low danger to the community and not likely engage in criminal sexual conduct; Level 2 offenders pose a moderate danger to the community and may continue to engage in criminal sexual conduct; and Level 3 offenders pose a serious danger to the community and will continue to engage in criminal sexual conduct.
This page lists public record sources in Sedgwick County, Kansas.
Additional resources can be found on our Kansas State Public Records page, on city pages, and on topic pages using the navigation above.The current post-colonial division of Apache groups includes Western Apache, Chiricahua, Mescalero, Jicarilla, Lipan, and Plains Apache (also known as the Kiowa-Apache).