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Court records may contain genealogical information. These records are an account of court proceedings in deciding property disputes, guardianships, thefts, drunkenness, assaults, or murders. Court records concerning probate cases were kept separately. See Finland Probate Records for more information.

Court records may give details that bring to life names on a chart and that aid in compiling a family history.

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