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| width="60%" style="vertical-align: top;" colspan="2" | The '''statewide registration of marriages began 7 September 1949'''. Records after that date can be obtained from the '''Division of Vital Statistics'''. The '''original marriage records''', however, are filed with the '''probate judge in each county'''. A statewide index to marriages since 1949 is at the '''Division of Vital Statistics'''.

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