Uncover new details about your ancestor’s marriage in Indiana between the years 1811 and 1959. Find out important details you may never have known like the name of the officiator and their exact date of marriage.

What can these records tell me?

This collection includes more than 5.5 million records for marriages performed in the state of Indiana, in the Great Lakes region of the United States. While the information for each marriage varies, Indiana marriages 1811-1959 usually includes:

  • First and last name
  • Marriage license date
  • Marriage date
  • Spouse’s first and last name
  • Officiator’s name
  • County

  • Discover more about Indiana marriages 1811-1959

    These marriage records date back to the time of the Indiana Territory, first organized by the newly independent United States in 1800, and continue for nearly 150 years, up until 1959. During this time period the population of the state exploded from around 24,000 in 1810 to over 4 million by 1959.

    Use these records to trace multiple generations of the Indiana families in your lineage. You can then apply what you discover to our other collections of Indiana records, federal census and military records and local newspapers. These passenger lists are in the process of ongoing indexation, so if you cannot find your ancestor in the index now, check back again soon.

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