US Marriage Records on FindmyPast



  • New records contain over 30 million names
  • Includes significant additions from Indiana, New York, Illinois, Pennsylvania and Maine
  • Includes 1 million names published online for the first time and only found on Findmypast


Leading family history website, Findmypast, announced at the 2016 conference of the National Genealogical Society the release of over 10 million new marriage records in the second installment of their United States Marriages collection.

Released in partnership with FamilySearch International, the records contain more than 30 million names, nearly 1 million of which have never before been published online and can only be found at Findmypast.

The release marks the second stage of an ambitious project that will see Findmypast digitize and publish the single largest online archive of U.S. marriages in history. Covering 360 years of marriages from 1650-2010, when complete this landmark collection will contain at least 100 million records and more than 450 million names from 2,800 counties across America.

While the United States Marriage collection includes marriages from nearly every state, this second instalment includes significant additions from Indiana, New York, Illinois, Pennsylvania and Maine.

The records include marriage date, bride and groom names, birthplace, birth date, age, and residence as well as father’s and mother’s names. Customers with family trees on Findmypast will benefit from leads connecting relatives on their trees with the marriage records, thus generating a whole new source of research.

Commenting, Ben Bennett, Executive Vice-President North America and International for Findmypast said:

“We are excited to make the next instalment of our landmark US marriage collection project available to customers today. This release contains millions of marriage records including nearly four million new names that have never been published online before and can only be found on Findmypast. We will continue to release new records on a regular basis and will be steadily increasing the number of records that cannot be found anywhere else. If you have US relatives, you cannot afford not to check Findmypast’s comprehensive collection.”


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