Malone Marriages
Submitted by Michelle Bowles

 

Malone - Buster

Marriage Bond

Be it known That we, Anderson Malone as principal, and Rfus C. Malone as surety, are jointly and severally bound to the Commonwealth of Kentucky in the sum of One Hundred Dollars.

The Condition of this Bond is as follows:
That whereas Marriage is intended to be solemnized between the aboved bound Anderson Malone and Jessie Buster. Now, if there is no lawful cause to obstruct said Marriage, this bond should be void, otherwise it shall remain in full fource and effect.

Dated at Albany, Clinton County, this 4th day of June 1902
Attest: Anderson Malone and Rufus C. Malone

JW Wright ... Clerk, Clinton County Court.

Certificate

This is to Certify, that on the 5th day of June 1902 the Rites of Matrimony were legally solemnized by me between Anderson Malone and Jessie Buster at Mike Buster in the County of _______ in the presence of R.C. Malone and C.C. Malone.
Signed W.H. Woodson

Malone - Piercey

Marriage Bond

Be it Known, that we J.W. Malone as principal, and Walker Piercy as surety, are jointly and severally bound to the Commonwealth of Kentucky, in the sum of One Hundred Dollars.

The Condition of the bond is as follows:
That, whereas Marriage is intended to be solemnized between the above bound J.W. Malone and Miss Mary E. Piercey. Now, if there is no lawful cause to obstruct said Marriage, this bond shall be void, otherwise it shall remain in full force and effect.
Dated at Albany, Clinton County, this 28th day of January 1870.

Attest: J.W. Malone, X Walker Piercey's mark

J.M. Birston, Clerk, Clinton County Court

Malone - McGuire

Marriage Certificate

This is to Certify, that on the 3rd. day of April 1902 the Rites of Matrimony were legally solemnized by me between Anderson Malone and Caroline McGuire at David Malone's in the County of Clinton in the presence of George McKiney and James Gist.

Signed, John Ballinger, J.P.CC.

Johnson - Malone

Marriage Bond

Be it Known, that we Granville D. Johnson as principal, and William Wise as surety, are jointly and severally bound to the Commonwealth of Kentucky, in the sum of One Hundred Dollars.

The Condition of the bond is as follows:
That, whereas Marriage is intended to be solemnized between the above bound Granville D. Johnson and Miss Matilda A. Malone. Now, if there is no lawful cause to obstruct said Marriage, this bond shall be void, otherwise it shall remain in full force and effect.
Dated at Albany, Clinton County, this 9th day of December 1885.

Signed: Granville D. Johnson (his mark), William Wise (his mark)

Attest: C.B. Parrigm, Clerk, Clinton County Court

Certificate

This is to Certify, that on the 10th day of Dec. 1885 the Rites of Matrimony were legally solemnized by me between Granville D. Johnson and Matilda A. Malone at John W. Malones in the County of Clinton, in the presence of J.C. York and (two more names are given...can't make out writing).
Signed William Wello J.P.

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