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Ancestry.com. Index des divorces, Texas, États-Unis, 1968 à 2015 [base de données en ligne]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005.
Données originales : Texas Department of State Health Services. Texas Divorce Index, 1968-2015. Texas, USA: Texas Department of State Health Services.

 Index des divorces, Texas, États-Unis, 1968 à 2015

Cet index d’environ 2,9 millions de divorces enregistrés dans l’État du Texas aux États-Unis couvre les années 1968 à 2015. Les renseignements pouvant être trouvés dans cette base de données incluent le numéro du fichier, le nom complet du mari, l’âge du mari, le prénom et le second prénom de l’épouse, le nombre d’enfants de moins de 18 ans, la date du mariage, et la date et le comté du divorce.

This database is an index to approximately 2.9 million divorces that were filed in Texas from 1968-2015. Information that may be found in this database includes:

  • File number
  • Husband's full name
  • Husband's age
  • Wife's given and middle names
  • Wife's age
  • Number of children under the age of 18
  • Marriage date
  • Divorce date
  • Divorce county

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, divorce records may list marriage information, birth information, or the cause for divorce in addition to the information provided in this index.

Divorce records have been maintained statewide by the Bureau of Vital Statistics since January 1968, but certified copies are not available from this facility. Divorce records are maintained under the jurisdiction of the clerk of the respective district court. During the first years of the Republic of Texas, divorces were granted by special acts of Congress, but in 1841 district courts took over this responsibility, with some exceptions. After statehood, district courts had full jurisdiction over divorces.

Taken from Wendy Bebout Elliot, "Texas," Red Book, ed. Alice Eichholz (Provo, Utah: Ancestry, 2004).

Updates:
25 Aug 2021: Added 142,239 new records from 2015.