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Notes for Charlotte Martha Bittick

Williamson Co, Tennessee Marriage Record:
5 John Wall - Executed same day & filed. N. Seales.
August and
1824 Charlotte Bittick
[Note: on same page but August 19, Samuel F. Bittick and Elizabeth Goodrom marriage recorded. Are they related?]

Marriage Bond: [cover page]
John Wall & } License.
Charlotte Bittick
Fld. 5th August 1824.
Executed same day.
Filed 13th Oct 1824

Know All Men, That We John Wall & Newton Wall of the county of Williamson, in the state of Tenneseee, are held and firmly bound unto William Carroll, Esquire, Governor of the state of Tennessee, for the time being and his successors, in the sum of twelve hundred and fifty dollars, which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, our and each of or heirs, executors and administrators, and each and every of us and them jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. - Witness our hands and seals this 5th day of August A.D. 1824.
The Condition of this obligation is such, that whereas the above bounden John Wall hath this day prayed and obtained from the clerk of the Williamson county court, a license to marry Charlotte Bittick a resident of said county of Williamson. Now, if there is not lawful cause to obstruct said marriage between the said John Wall & Charlotte Bittick then this obligation to be void, else to be and remain in full force and virtue, according to the true intent and meaning herof.
Witness present, John (his X mark) Wall {seal}
Newton (his X mark) Wall {seal}

The State of Tennessee
Williamson County, ss.
To any authorized Minister of the Gospel having the care of souls, or to any Justice of the Peace for said County: -
These presents are to authroize you, or either of you, to solemnise the rites of matrimony between John Wall and Charlotte Bittick provided always, that the said Charlotte to an actual resident in the aforesaid county of Williamson.
Given at the Clerk's Office in Franklin, this 5rh day of August A.D. 1824 and in the 49th year or our Independence.
Thos. Harden C.C. Clerk
Williamson County Court.

In the Civil War Pension Questionnaire of her son, G.W. Wall, he states that his mother was Martha Bittic. He also names her father as John R. Bittic. (Courtesy of Dene Walls)

Not found on the Mortality Schedules for 1860 Tennessee.

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