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Finding North Dakota Marriage Records
- Marriages are kept by the county clerk for each county and begin at the creation of the county.
- In North Dakota, state copies of marriage licenses are inaccessible.
Next Step: When did the marriage occur?
Marriages (all years)
- There are currently no statewide online indexes to North Dakota marriages
- Marriages are kept by the county clerk for each county and begin at the creation of the county
- County marriage records have not been microfilmed
- Marriage indexes for some counties are available online, see North Dakota Vital Records
Obtain the Record
PART A: You don't know the exact date or place of marriage
PART B: You know the exact date and place of marriage from your records
- Order a copy of a marriage record for a fee from the county clerk.
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