• Creator
  • Weir, James H
  • Created Date
  • 1901
  • Description
  • The Sellersburg Criminal Docket Ledger is for the Sellersburg Court run by James H. Weir, Justice of the Peace in and for Silver Creek Township, Clark County, Indiana. The book covers the time period of 12 April 1901 to around January 1927. The left pages that have a fill in the blank form printed on them were used first. When the left pages were full, he went back and started using the blank right side pages. Blank pages were not scanned. Som... more
    The Sellersburg Criminal Docket Ledger is for the Sellersburg Court run by James H. Weir, Justice of the Peace in and for Silver Creek Township, Clark County, Indiana. The book covers the time period of 12 April 1901 to around January 1927. The left pages that have a fill in the blank form printed on them were used first. When the left pages were full, he went back and started using the blank right side pages. Blank pages were not scanned. Some fine payment receipts and notes have been glued onto the pages of the book. Where possible the information hidden under these attachments has been transcribed in the provided transcription. There are 22 items of loose paper inside the book which were scanned and can be seen as the last pages of this book. less
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