How to Find North Dakota Marriage Records

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=== American Indian Agency Records  ===
 
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Revision as of 23:57, 26 July 2013

How To Find U.S. Marriage Records go to How To Find North Dakota Marriage Records

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?

Marriage Records
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Learn more about U.S. Marriage Records

Marriages

  • 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

Obtain the Record

PART A: You don't know the exact date or place of marriage

  • If you know the county of marriage, you can request a search for a fee from the county clerk.
  • If you don't know the date or county of marriage, you can also try searching for marriage information in other records.

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.

OR

  • View a copy of a marriage record on microfilm at a Family Search Center:

Some images of county marriage records may be available on microfilm at your local Family Search Center. If you know the approximate date and county where the marriage took place, use the Family History Library Catalog (FHLC) to see what is available.

  • Search the FHLC by county.
  • Select the topic Vital Records. Look for records authored by the county clerk.
  • For a small fee, order the microfilm to view at a local FamilySearch Center.
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American Indian Agency Records

1880-1942 Births, marriages and deaths, Standing Rock Agency. Bureau of Indian Affairs. FHL Films 1,204,876 and 1,021,936 FHL film first film 1204876

Wiki Articles

References

Guide to Public Vital Statistics Records in North Dakota. By the North Dakota Historical Records Survey, Division of Community Service Programs, Work Projects Administration. FHL Book 978.4 V23h. FHL film 1,036,526 item 3