Learn more about your family members from the state of Washington, in the northwest United States, through over 150 years of marriage records. Uncover important new details about your ancestors, like their year of marriage and their parents’ names, helpful facts for continuing your family history research.

What can these records tell me?

There are more than 95,000 records in this collection documenting marriages across the state of Washington. While the information for each person varies, Washington, county marriages 1855-2008 usually includes:

  • First and last name
  • Birth year
  • Marriage year
  • Marriage county
  • Father’s first and last name
  • Mother’s first and last name
  • Spouse’s name
  • Spouse’s birth year
  • Spouse’s father’s first and last name
  • Spouse’s mother’s first and last name

  • Discover more about Washington, county marriages, 1855-2008

    These marriage records date from the time of the Washington Territory, incorporated in 1853, and continue for the next century and a half until 2008. Although the state did not begin registration of marriages until 1968, many counties have collected this information since their creation.

    Explore these records and find out new facts about your ancestors to enrich your family history and continue your genealogical research. The information you discover can lead you to more discoveries in our other collections of Washington vital records, federal censuses, and military records.

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