Nevada Marriage Records Index, 1966-2007
There are 4,411,644 marriage records available in the Nevada Marriage Records Index. These records span from the year 1966 to 2007 and were taken from the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services. To get more information regarding this source, visit them at the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services .
Information Available In This Collection
The Nevada Marriage Records Index typically includes the following types of information within each marriage record: the full names of the bride and groom, where the marriage took place, the date of the marriage and the date the marriage license was filed, and the marriage certificate number. In addition, the index details the page and volume where the marriage license source is recorded.
About the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services
The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services is responsible for storing the birth and death records for the state, which date back to July 1, 1911. The Office of Vital Records within the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services is responsible for both storing and handling requests for copies. Individuals may also contact the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services regarding marriage and divorce certificates, and the Office of Vital Statistics can perform a search for the record in question.
Birth and death certificates are not considered public information and will not be released by the Office of Vital Statistics unless the person on record makes the request (for birth certificates) or a spouse or blood relative makes the request. Marriage licenses and certificate records are not protected, however, and anyone may request a marriage record. Marriage records are stored by individual county recorders but can be accessed by the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services.
Individuals may make a search request for marriage certificates that are filed within Nevada to the Office of Vital Statistics within the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services. The result will point to the correct county recorder's office to obtain the actual copy of the marriage record. The Office of Vital Statistics accepts search requests for marriage records by mail. Most county recorder offices accept requests in person, by mail or over the phone. For more information on requesting marriage records, contact the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services.
Nevada Department of Health and Human Services
4126 Technology Way, Suite 100
Carson City, Nevada 89706
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