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General Information About Vermont Marriage Records and Laws
When seeking out Vermont wedding records, you will find that it may seem as though it is easy to do, but only to a certain point. This is because prior to 1857 there little to no records that were actually kept. The only type of records that were kept prior to 1820 in Vermont were those that were kept by the family on their own. This means that it will be very hard to get an accurate showing or what could have happened. However, in order to be able to get any information and to start to track your genealogy you will need to have a good starting point. This would come in the form of a complete name or the whole names of both parties in the marriage. If you can get the maiden name, that may assist even more in allowing you to get better information.
No matter what the situation is, then you will need to make sure you are sure you want to look at what you may find and that you will want to know and understand what you may find. The Vermont wedding certificates that you come across may be able to provide you with a large number of ways to find and investigate to get even more information about your past. You can find out a lot more things such as the following:
·         When and where the ceremony occurred. You will find out if it was in a church or if the ceremony occurred in a city building.
·         Other things you will find out could be the person who performed the ceremony and why they were chosen could be your next opportunity.
·         You may find out who witnessed the ceremony. This can provide more insight into your background and allow you to learn more.
·         You will be able to see the age of who got married as well as where they lived at the time they were married.
In order to be able to obtain these records you will need to go through the proper channels. The most common way for this to happen is to write to the Vermont Department of Health. They will be able to provide you with the Vermont marriage certificates you are looking for if they are available and if you meet the requirements for getting them. you can use these to help you to find out about your past and where you came from. There are many different things you will find and tools you can use from this little form that you may get a lot more information and a lot more opportunities than you thought was possible.
In order to best use this however, you need to make sure you know what you seek and you need to know what you will be getting in return. Know what you seek and know how you will use it. This way you will be able to better understand what you can do and how the information will be helpful. You cannot let the lack of records discourage you; you need to use it to your advantage.
Vermont Marriage Records
  • Addison

    Addison Town Clerk
    65 Route 17 West
    Addison, VT 5491
    p (802) 759-2020
  • Bennington Vermont County Clerk

    205 South Street Bennington
    Bennington, VT 5201
    p (802) 442-1043
  • Chittenden Superior Court

    175 Main Street
    Burlington, VT 5401
    p (802) 863-3467
  • Larry Robinson

    Larry Robinson Windham County
    Route 30, PO Box 207
    Newfane, VT 05345
    p (802) 365-7979
  • Orange

    Orange Town Clerk
    P.O. Box 233
    E. Barre, VT 5649
    p (802) 479-2673

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