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E. FOX, County Clerk,

 

COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE,

 

CLOUD COUNTY.

 

Clyde              Kansas, Jan 8th 1870

 

Board of Commissioners met as a Board of canvasers to canvas the dates of a special election held January 4th 1870 present Commissioner Wm English H. C. Snyder and Ed Fox Deputy C.o. Clerk, Board declared  N ½  N. W. ¼  See 4 Forum 6 and S. ½ of S. W. See [xx] Forum 5 South Range [x]. West commonly known as Concordia to have 165 votes for the permanent location of the C.o. seat & Lake Sibley to have 129 votes for the permanent location of the C.o. Seat, Board Declared Concordia having the majority of all the votes cast to be the C.o. Seat of Cloud C.o. Board further ordered that the C.o. Business be moved to the C.o. seat in the specified time prescribed by Law.

 

I hereby certify that the above is a correct copy of the origonal on file in my Office

 

Ed. Fox

 

C.o. Clerk

 

[Page 2]

 

Filed July 4. 1870

 

Cloud County

 

Report of Vote on

 

County Seat

 

Concordia declared

 

to be the County Seat.

 

[Page 3]

 

Office of County Clerk

 

Clyde Cloud C.o. Kansas

 

I E, Fox County Clerk Cloud Co Kansas hereby certify that the Kan, Board of  C.o. Commissioners sitting as a Board of canvasers in and for said C.o. did on the 8 day of January 1870 declare the N ½ of the N. W. ¼ See, 4 F. 6. and the S ½ of S. W. ¼ See,  Forum 5 South Range 3 West, of the 6 Prinicipal Meridian commonly known as Concordia to be the County seat of Cloud C.o. Kansas

 

Witness my hand and

 

Official seal this

 

21 day of March 1870

 

E. Fox, C.o. Clerk

 

[Page 4]

 

Certificate of County Clerk

 

asto

 

the location of the County

 

seat of   Cloud County

 

at “Concordia”            Filed March 30. 1870

 

Filed March 30. 1870.

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