How To Find Marriage Records
You can use our online public records search for marriage and civil union certificates filed in Denver.
The Wisconsin Vital Records Office can search for marriage certificates even if you cannot provide all the information requested in the application.
The Washington State marriage certificates contain different information than the King County marriage certificates.
Our County Marriage Records catalog page has information about county marriage records held at the State Archives.
The Idaho Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics maintains birth and death records filed from July 1911 to the present, and marriage and divorce records filed from May 1947 to the present.
Additionally, you can search for marriage records using the online index Minnesota Official Marriage System (MOMS) This index will provide you with useful information (such as the date and county of marriage) that you will need to access a marriage record.
In an attempt to stop the illegal use of vital records, and as part of statewide efforts to reduce identity theft, a new California law (effective July 1, 2003 for birth and death records and effective January 1, 2010 for marriage records) changed the way certified copies of birth, death and marriage certificates are issued.
Search online for certificates from 1855 to 1989 through the Washington State Digital Archives and from 1979 to present through the King County Recorder’s Office.
For more information about how to search the FamilySearch Catalog for marriage records, go to individual state vital records wiki pages. Search for civil and criminal court records through the Butler County Clerk of Courts. This collection includes indexes that can help you request the record, and in some cases, actual images of the marriage records.
Certified copies of birth, death, or marriage records from 1923 to the present are available from the Office of Vital Records or from the city or town where the event took place. Search Alachua County, for the State of Florida Divorce Records, or other Civil Records that are on file in the Florida’s Clerks Office. These certificates are the most common marriage records and are typically available at the local or county offices.
Click on the database title and the source information and description on the collection page will tell you where the records are held. This information can also be found in Census Records Start your search a year prior to the child’s birth and gradually widen your search back (and forward) in time until you locate the record. Birth, death and marriage records from 1892-1922 are available in the Maine State Archives research room or can be ordered by mail from the Archives.
We have provided printable forms to request Marriage Records from the Office of the appropriate County Clerk – the forms are available below the search results after you run a successful search.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Bureau of Vital Records in Jefferson City has maintained an index to marriage and divorce records in Missouri since July, 1948. Look for Circuit Court records from Bureau County, in the State of Illinois, by their name and their case number.