Clarksville, Texas, Newspaper Archives (1842 - 1882)

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Divorce of Sarah E. McAlister
1st marriage of Sarah Callahan
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Clarksville, Texas
July 30, 1853 - Page 4
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Clarksville, Texas
September 27, 1873 - Page 1
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Clarksville, Texas
September 13, 1856 - Page 2
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Clarksville, Texas
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