About Connecticut, Marriage Record Index, 1959–2007
Marriage records often offer insight about the unions found in your family tree. At a minimum, marriage records usually include the following information: the first and last names of each party, and the marriage date and location. More modern and detailed records can include the names of parents, place of residence of the bride and groom, and the officiant. You can then use this information to help you find your ancestors in other resources such as other newspapers, land, and probate records.
The database contains the following information: full names of the bride and groom, birth dates of bride and groom, date and location of the marriage, and the bride and groom's age and residence at the time of the marriage.
The Connecticut Department of Public Health has been responsible for maintaining all of the records and documents for the state of Connecticut since 1897. There is a vital records office in each of Connecticut’s 169 towns.
Copies of the original records can be ordered from Connecticut Department of Public Health
Connecticut Department of Public Health
410 Capitol Avenue
PO Box 340308
Hartford, CT 06134
- "Connecticut, Marriage Record Index, 1959–2007" database online at Mocavo.com (Boulder, CO: 2013). Original Data: Connecticut Department of Public Health.
- Published on Mocavo:
- October 9th, 2013 @ 12:00 AM