Lesson Six Resource List
Marriage Record Resources
For each Ohio county, the earliest date of marriage records available.
Updated online version of the federal government publication that gives the local official in each state who has custody of marriage records. Dates of available records are not given.
Vital records addresses for each county. Some county listings include the dates of available marriage records and the cost of copies.
Site on which you can locate the nearest Family History Center by entering your city, county, state, and country.
Online catalog, which includes microfilmed marriage records that can be borrowed at a Family History Center.
Perpetual calendar that lets you find the day of the week for any date or the date for a day in a specific week in the 1800s and 1900s.
Site from which the fifty state GenWeb projects can be accessed. An individual state project can be accessed directly by adding the two-letter state abbreviation to the USGenWeb address, e.g., OHGenWeb Project <http://www.usgenweb.org/oh>. These state projects will eventually have pages for each county. Some county pages provide information on the availability of marriage records.
Meigs County births for the years 1867-1892 transcribed from microfilm of the original records (FHL film #313460).
Transcription of the 1850 U.S. census of Greene County, Tennessee, on a form resembling the original census schedule.
Extracts from the 1900 U.S. census of Buchanan County, Virginia.
Extracts from the 1910 U.S. census of Kelly Township, Carter County, Missouri.
List of grooms, brides, and dates of marriage extracted from records of Upper West Conococheague Presbyterian Church.
Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, death records, 1852-1855, compiled from unspecified sources at the Cumberland County Courthouse and the Pennsylvania State Archives.
Transcription of a deed recorded in Loudoun County, Virginia, Deed Book 2N:195-198.
Transcription of a deed of partition recorded in Madison County, Kentucky, Book of Deeds, Vol. 2, 1844-1845, pages 482-494 (FHL film #018296).
List of grooms, brides, and marriage dates compiled from early Carter County, Kentucky, marriage records.
Meigs County, Ohio, marriage records, 1819-1869, extracted from microfilm of the original records.
Rowan County, Kentucky, marriage records, 1881-1912, being compiled from marriage books and marriage record indexes at the Rowan County Courthouse in Morehead, Kentucky.
Newspaper Marriage Notices
Abstracts from The North Carolina Argus that include marriage notices.
Information extracted from marriage notices published in a Reading, Pennsylvania, newspaper for the years 1801-1810.
Naturalization and Passenger Arrival Records
Digital images of the certificate of arrival, declaration of intention, and petition for naturalization of Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, National Archives - Great Lakes Region, Chicago, Illinois. (Select NAIL Digital Copies Search. Type in the key words Laszlo Moholy-Nagy. Submit Search and then Display Results. To view the certificate of arrival and declaration of intention, select View Larger Access Image. To view the petition for naturalization, select View All Thumbnails, and then click on the images.)
Information extracted from the passenger list of the Bark Charlotte Harrison dated 16 July 1850 at the Port of New York.
Transcription of the 1814 will of William Harper of Fleming County, Kentucky.
Address of each county courthouse and the earliest date of marriage records, probate records, and deeds. Includes for each state a discussion of vital records, including marriage records.
Addresses and telephone numbers for more than 3,000 county courthouses and town halls. Many of the entries include the official to contact for marriage records.