Thomas D. Anderson & Margaret A. Paul
(application for license)
State of Illinois
Thomas D. Anderson being duly sworn in oath, says he has neither Father nor Mother living and is without a legal guardian in this State and that Miss Margaret A. Paul has the permission of her Mother, her surviving parent to be united in marriage to any person she may choose. (signed) Thomas D. Anderson
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 23rd day of June 1864
(signed) J. S. Blackwelder, County Clerk
by William Abbot, Deputy
State of Illinois, County of Montgomery
The People of the State of Illinois, To any person legally authorized to Solemnize Marriage, Greeting:
You are hereby Authorized to join in the Holy Bonds of Matrimony and to celebrate within the County, the Rites and Ceremonies of Marriage, between Mr. Thomas D. Anderson and Miss Margaret A. Paul of Montgomery County, and this shall be your good and sufficient warrant; and you are required to return this License to me within thirty days from the Celebration of such Marriage, with a Certificate of the same appended thereto, and signed by you, under the Penalty of One Hundred Dollars.
In witness Wherof, I have hereunto set my hand and the seal of said County, this 23rd day of June A. D. 1864. (signed) J. S. Blackwelder, County Clerk. Montgomery County, Illinoise, Irvine, June 23rd, 1864
I, J. E. Lindley, a Minister of the Gospel hereby Certify that on this day I joined in marriage, Mr. Thomas D. Anderson with Margaret A. Paul agreeably to the authority given in the above license.
(signed) J. E. Lindley, Minister of the Gospel
Submitted by Jewell Kee, Great-Grand Daughter-in-law of Thomas D. Anderson and Margaret A. Paul, Ceres CA