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I enjoy visiting and researching in courthouses. I like the sensation of being surrounded by the history of an area in the various indexes, ledgers, record books, files, and loose documents. It is normal to think that all of the county records are going to be held there. Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case, and there can be a number of reasons for that. Let’s explore some reasons why what you seek may not be in the courthouse you visit.
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