Little Used Marriage Records on Ancestry.com - Most states did not start keeping marriage records at a state level until the early 1900s. But, some counties, towns, and churches began recording marriages in the early 1600s. Join Crista Cowan for this 3rd installment of a 4-part series on marriage records. Learn how to find and search little used marriage records on Ancestry.com.
Virginia marriage records - Enter a first and/or last name to search Virginia marriage records. This website was created to provide genealogists with access to the Virginia marriage records from a single place.
Divorce records, like marriage records, are public. This means that by following the right process, anyone can access them. You can try accessing divorce records from the comfort of your own home, or you can visit the state's Department of Health and Vital Records. Although you may be able to access divorce records for free, you could have to pay to use certain private or state services. Read on to discover how to access divorce records in the United States.
How to Find Marriage Records on Ancestry.com - Want to know what marriage records are on Ancestry.com? Want to know how best to search them to find your ancestors? Join Crista Cowan for the first in a 4-part series on marriage records. She will help you discover what marriage records exist and which of those are available on Ancestry.com. She'll also share her best search tips and tricks to help you find the marriage records of your family members.