Connecticut Marriage Records Index, 1959 to 2007
The Connecticut Marriage Records Index contains 1,124,342 marriage records that date back to 1959 and continue up through 2007. These marriage records come from the Connecticut Department of Public Health. For additional information on Connecticut marriage records, visit the department online at Connecticut Department of Public Health .
Information Available In This Collection
Marriage records held in the Connecticut Marriage Records Index typically include the date and location of the marriage, the full names of the groom and bride, the birth dates for the groom and bride, each person's residence, and each person's age at the time of the marriage.
About the Connecticut Department of Public Health
The Connecticut Department of Public Health is responsible for maintaining the marriage records found in the Connecticut Marriage Records Index. To learn more about requesting hard copies of Connecticut marriage records, contact the Connecticut Department of Public Health using the following information.
Connecticut Department of Public Health
410 Capitol Avenue
Hartford, CT 06134
Individuals who want to obtain a copy of a certified Connecticut marriage record may either request the record in the town where the event occurred or from the state vital records office. Connecticut has vital records offices in each of its 169 towns. The vital records registrar in each of these offices has the task of managing all vital records for that town, including marriages, births, civil unions, deaths and fetal deaths.
The State Vital Records Office of the Connecticut Department of Public Health maintains all vital records for the state since July 1, 1897, including births, marriages, civil unions, deaths and fetal deaths. Individuals interesting in researching vital records created before 1897 should first initiate contact with the town where the event occurred.
Requests for vital records made through the State Vital Records Office take approximately six weeks. Individuals interested in a quicker turnaround time can contact the town where the vent occurred.
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