Repository:Johnson County Museum of History

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Repository Johnson County Museum of History
Postal Address 135 North Main Street
Franklin, IN 46131
Place Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, United States
URL http://www.johnsoncountymuseum.org/


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The Johnson County Museum of History is a local historical museum located in Franklin, Indiana. The museum is run by the Johnson County Historical Society. The museum officially opened in 1931, under the name "Johnson County Museum". It was organized by the local Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Originally located in a small room at the county courthouse, the museum has grown over the years, making it necessary to relocate. In 1963 it moved to the Suckow home, and in 1989 it moved again to its current building.

Has many of the early records of Johnson County.

Original Johnson County Records

   * Marriage Record Books 1830 through September 1982 with Index
* Marriage Application Books 1882 through February 1948 with Index
* Loose Marriage Papers and Permission Slips
* Probate Order Books 1831 through June 1950
* Loose Probate Papers and Guardianship Papers (20 file drawers and every name index)
* Tax Books and/or Delinquent List 1843 through 1889
* Circuit Court 1823 – 1920
* Civil Court 1823 – 1877
* Common Pleas 1853 – 1875
* Guardianship Bonds 1860 – 1963
* Administrator’s/ Executor’s Bonds 1860 – 1892
* Estate Inventory Books 1849 – 1852, 1880 – 1932
* Sale Bill Records 1843 – 1918
* Enrollment of the Late Soldiers 1880 – 1894
* Enrollment of Veterans 1886
* Miscellaneous School Records
* Miscellaneous Township Records

There is also an extensive collection of Other Johnson County Records

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