Good things happen to those who wait. Better things happen to genealogists when people like Milli Knudsen are around. The Cheshire County Court House in New Hampshire, found boxes of older records several years ago. Milli and a team of volunteers arranged those records to be shipped to the New Hampshire State Archives in Concord. Along the way, she went through those records and created a book, 'Til Divorce Do Us Part: Marriages and Divorces from Cheshire County, New Hampshire from 1776-1899 (Heritage Books, 2007). The first part of the book are marriage records from dozens of Justices of the Peace for the critical time period 1776-1830. It is nothing less than a treasure trove for people with ancestry in New Hampshire or Vermont along the Connecticut River. My own great-great-great-great grandparents appear on p. 63, married in Dublin by the Justice of the Peace, John Snow on 10 December 1818. Although this record was also recorded in the Dublin Town Records [so I already knew], it's a wonderful confirmation. I can't imagine how many other researchers will find their long lost marriage records in this book. Thanks Milli!