My great-great grandmother was Lovise/Lovice/ "Louisa" Beaumont. She was born in CT and moved with her parents, Isaiah and Fear Beaumont to Licking County early in the 19th Century. "Louisa" married Asa Hill and then, when widowed young, married Noble Landon, Postmaster of Johnstown and co-founder (with Yantes) of New Albany.
The marriage to Noble would have taken place in the late 1820's or early 1830's.
What I'd like to know is whether there are any marriage/birth/death records in Licking County for this time frame? Common thought is that Franklin County has them but they do not. Their records start at 1870.
There was once a Methodist Church in New Albany. Until the end of the 19th Century it was the ONLY church there. I'm not sure it had a name. I wonder whether anyone knows what would have happened to Methodist records after the church closed? The church was the heart of early New Albany life.
What I have to do is find some sort of record establishing that "Louisa", Noble's wife, was born a Beaumont.