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Common Pleas Court Records in Ohio contain the following types of records: probate prior to 1851 and civil and criminal cases.
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Ohio court records include naturalizations, divorces, partition, manumissions, and bastardy suits.
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Affidavit: refers to a written and signed statement sworn in front of a court officer.
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a.k.a. or aka: also known as.
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Administrator: an appointee of the court who settles the estate of a deceased who died without leaving a will.
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Executor or Executrix is the person chosen to administer the terms of a will.
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Cannon Law: refers to laws of the Church.
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D.S.P. (died sine prole): died without offspring.
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Uxor: refers to a widow or widower. Sometimes this appears as "et.ux."
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"Et.al." means "and others," and is used where there is a long list of people who are party to a legal document.
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"Dower" refers to a widow's share for life of her husband's estate.
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Jury lists, tax lists and poll tax records are evidence that a man has reached legal age.