Uncover crucial biographical information about your family members who were married in the state of Idaho, in the northwest United States. Learn more about your ancestors, like their year of marriage and their parents’ names, helpful facts for continuing your family history research.

What can these records tell me?

There are more than 290,000 records in this collection, documenting marriages performed across the state of Idaho for 86 years. While the information for each person varies, Idaho County Marriages 1864-1950 usually includes:

  • First and last name
  • Age
  • Birth year
  • Marriage year
  • Marriage date
  • Spouse’s first and last name
  • Spouse’s age
  • Spouse’s birth year

  • Discover more about Idaho County Marriages 1864-1950

    These marriage records begin just after the creation of the Idaho Territory in 1863, and continue for the next 86 years. Although the state did not require marriage licenses to be issued until 1895, some earlier records were collected in local county courthouses.

    Use these records to learn new information about your ancestors that will enrich your family history and help you to continue your genealogical research. The facts you unearth will lead you to more discoveries in our other collections of Idaho vital records, federal censuses, and military records.

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