Information sur la source Index des mariages, Wisconsin, États-Unis, 1973 à 1997 [base de données en ligne]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, 2005.
Données originales : Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services. Wisconsin Marriages, 1973-1978; Wisconsin Marriages, 1979-1997. Wisconsin, USA: Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services.

 Index des mariages, Wisconsin, États-Unis, 1973 à 1997

Cette base de données est un index d’environ 949 000 mariages s'étant déroulés dans l'État du Wisconsin, É.-U., de 1973 à 1997. Les renseignements pouvant être trouvés dans cette base de données comprennent le nom, l'âge, la résidence (comté et/ou État) des mariés, la date du mariage, le comté du mariage et le numéro de l’acte de mariage.

This database is an index to approximately 949,000 marriages that took place in Wisconsin between 1973 and 1997. Information that may be found in this database includes groom's name, groom's age, groom's residence (county and/or state), bride's name, bride's age, bride's residence (county and/or state), marriage date, marriage county, and marriage certificate number. (Note: not all of this information may be provided for each individual or marriage). Marriage records are great sources for genealogists because they document an individual in a particular place and time as well as provide details about that person's marriage.

It is important that you use the information found in this database to locate your relative in the original records that this index references. Usually more information is available in the records themselves than is found in an index. For example, marriage records sometimes provide the birth dates and places of the bride and groom, their parents' names, their addresses, and witnesses' names, in addition to the information provided in this index.

For more information on Wisconsin vital records (births, marriages, and deaths), including how to order copies, please visit the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services website.

Wisconsin issued marriage applications as early as the 1820s in some counties, although most jurisdictions began maintaining them with county organization.

Vital records at the county level are held by the register of deeds at each county government center. Indexes and original records may be searched within established guidelines. Photocopies or certificates of county records can be obtained at the same rate schedule as the state's.

Taken from: Maki, Carol L. "Wisconsin" in Ancestry's Red Book, ed. Alice Eichholz. (Salt Lake City: Ancestry, 1992).