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AZ, CO, NE, NM, OR, & WA, 1727-1900 Marriage Index

    AZ, CO, NE, NM, OR, & WA, 1727-1900 Marriage Index
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About the Data
This data set contains information on approximately 154,000 individuals who were married between 1727 and 1900 in select Western states and counties.

Generally, you can learn the following information about an
individual listed in this data set:

  • Full name
  • Name of spouse
  • Marriage date
  • Location of marriage record (for example, a county, church, city,
    or newspaper)
  • The Family History Library microfilm, microfiche, or book in which
    you may be able to learn more information about the marriage

You may wish to use the resources at the Family History Library to verify or expand upon the information included here. It is important to note, however, that while microfilm can be borrowed from your local Family History Library, books and microfiche are usually not loaned out.

By locating a copy of the original marriage record, you may be able to learn a great deal of additional information. For example, you will probably be able to determine the religious affiliation of the couple. With this knowledge you can research local churches for record of children or burials. Simply knowing where an ancestor's wedding took place can provide clues to help you further your research as well. Once you learn the location of the wedding, you can look for notice of that wedding in local newspapers. Or, since weddings usually took place near the bride's family, you can search local resources for record of nearby relatives.

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