Marion County Recorder's Office Completes Digitization of Records

Marion County Recorder's Office Completes Digitization of Records  Records dating back to 1821 now available online.
Indianapolis, IN – The Marion County Recorder's Office completed the digitization of its oldest records to make them more accessible to the public. Over 2.5 million newly digitized records are now available to search electronically.

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