If you need to find a marriage record for a marriage that took place in the state of Connecticut, you can first search with the Connecticut Vital Records Office. They have an index specifically for finding Connecticut marriage records that occurred between 1897 and 1966. If you are requesting a copy of the certificate, you will need to request a copy through the town or city clerk office where the marriage took place. You can find this information by visiting the Connecticut Town Clerk and Registrar Directory. If you aren’t sure, you can send your request through the state using this application. Be sure to include as much information as you can to help process your request.
In Connecticut, marriage certificates are considered public record information. As long as you are 18 years old or older you may request a copy of any Connecticut marriage certificate. You must provide the following to help make sure your record can be found:
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Dianne, you will want to contact the Connecticut Vital Records Department to verify who you make the check out to for you certified Connecticut marriage certificate copy.
i am going to mail request for certified marriage cert……who do I make check out to
A Connecticut marriage certificate typically has the brides parents and the grooms parents listed as well as previous marriages, social security numbers, education, who the officiator was and registrar information. You can contact the Connecticut State Department of Public Health to obtain a certified copy of your Connecticut marriage certificate.
Information Listed on a Connecticut Marriage Certificate
1. Bride and Groom’s full name & address
2. Parents of the Bride and Groom
3. SSN of Bride and Groom
4. Highest education level achieved
5. Previous CT Marriages
6. CT Marriage Officiator
7. CT Marriage Registrar Information
Does the marriage certification have the groom and brides parents names? They are my great grandparents.
Last Updated: 2017-09-21