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Probate Court Case Files

Creator: Elk County. District Court

Date: 1875-1917

Level of Description: Series

Material Type: Government record

Call Number: Unavailable

Unit ID: 199030

Space Required/Quantity: Microfilm only

Title (Main title): Probate Court Case Files

Scope and Content

Scope and content: Case files from the Elk County probate court can include inventories and appraisements, letters of guardians, administrators and executors, bonds, affidavits, court orders, journal entries, wills, and other original instruments. All of these documents were usually filed in a large cardboard enclosure known as a "jacket," which was labeled on the spine or front with the case number and plaintiff/defendant, then filed in sequential order.

Microfilm:

  • MF 7507 no. 2: Files 001 to 054 1875-1917
  • MF 7508: Files 055 to 0153 1875-1917
  • MF 7509: Files 0154 to 0377 1875-1917
  • MF 7510: Files 1 to 42 1875-1917
  • MF 7511: Files 43 to 83 1875-1917
  • MF 7512: Files 84 to 125 1875-1917
  • MF 7513: Files 126 to 173 1875-1917
  • MF 7514: Files 174 to 217 1875-1917
  • MF 7515: Files 218 to 260 1875-1917
  • MF 7516: Files 261 to 306 1875-1917
  • MF 7517: Files 307 to 353 1875-1917
  • MF 7518: Files 354 to 393 1875-1917
  • MF 7519: Files 394 to 439 1875-1917
  • MF 7520: Files 440 to 480 1875-1917
  • MF 7521: Files 481 to 539 1875-1917
  • MF 7522: Files 540 to 574 + G71 1875-1917
  • MF 7523: Files 575 to 630 1875-1917
  • MF 7524: Files 631 to 671 1875-1917
  • MF 7525: Files 672 to 715 1875-1917
  • MF 7526: Files 716 to 782 1875-1917
Complete microfilm list

Index Terms

Subjects

    Elk County (Kan.) -- Genealogy
    Administration of estates -- Kansas -- Elk County
    Court records -- Kansas -- Elk County
    Guardian and ward -- Kansas -- Elk County
    Probate courts -- Kansas -- Elk County

Agency Classification:

    Local Government Agencies. Elk County. Courts. District Court.

Notes

General Note: Two different numbering systems were used, with and without a leading zero. The index refers the user to the appropriate file.