This week we are highlighting United States Marriages on Find My Past, a subscription website. You can register for a free account to search their detailed US marriage database. If you do not have a subscription, you may want to check with your local library. From their website:
United States marriages | findmypast.com
Were your ancestors married in the United States? In this collection spanning from the 17th century to the 20th century, discover where and when your ancestor was married. You may be able to uncover the couple’s ages, birth years, and parents’ names.
You can click on the image to view the collection. There are tens of thousands of results for GGFA surnames. For paid members, many have links to images of the actual records.
Please feel free to leave any comments about your experience with this site. You can also follow our discussions on our GGFA Facebook group.
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I hadn’t looked at this collection before. To check it out I thought I would see what I could find for my Goff line. In the eight generations from my grandparents back to Anthony Goff and Sarah Polley in Massachusetts, there were records for six of the marriages, with images for five!