Discover if you have an ancestor who was married in New York. Uncover your ancestor’s birth year, marriage year, and parents’ names. You may also be able to learn the name, age, and parents’ names of your ancestor’s spouse. This collection is in BETA and undergoing evaluation and testing.
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Each marriage record includes a transcript. While the details may vary, most transcripts will include the following information:
Spouse’s first name(s)
Spouse’s last name
Spouse’s marital status
Spouse’s birth year
Spouse’s father’s name
Spouse’s mother’s name
This collection spans the 19th and 20th centuries. It was not until 1908, however, that the state of New York required marriages to be recorded.
The counties covered in this collection are as follows:
New York City and its boroughs are not part of this collection. You can find New York City vital records and newspapers in the Useful Links & Resources section.