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Question #1: Where can I find the images for Woodson and Jefferson counties, and Morris County 1909 and 1910?
Answer #1: At present the images on these films are restricted and are therefore not available online. The images can be viewed by ordering the microfilm into a FamilySearch Center near you. The following list shows the film numbers for these collections.

Record DGS Library Catalog link FHL US/CAN Film
Woodson County Marriage records: v. A-D 1860-1891 (July) DGS 4665194 Film Info 1428817
Items 2-5
Jefferson County – Marriage Certificates 1856-1866, v. A; Marriage Licenses 1867-1875, v. A; Marriage Licenses 1870-1875, v. B; and Marriage Licenses 1875-1880, v. C DGS 4664339 Film Info 1631681
Items 1-2
In the Morris County Marriage Licenses, 1906-1910,v.F waypoint- Images for 1909 and 1910 from bk F  None  Film Info 2169235
Item 1

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