Love is in the air this year! In honor of Valentine’s Day, we are offering FREE access to 446 million marriage records for a limited time, from February 14–18! Learn more about the great love stories in your family tree in our vast love-related record collections.
Search all marriage records at www.myheritage.com/marriage-records.
The free marriage collections at MyHeritage encompass 148 collections with a total of 446,036,567 records from all across the globe: the United States, England, Germany, Mexico, the Netherlands, Spain, Canada, France, Australia, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Italy, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Ireland, Bolivia, Finland, Switzerland, India, Argentina, Ecuador, Guatemala, Columbia, Portugal, Belgium, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Austria, and many more!
Marriage certificates are a fantastic resource for family information and typically contain brides’ and grooms’ names, ages, places of birth, or recent residences. In some cases, the documents will have the names of the parents of the bride and groom as well as the address of residence after the wedding.
For example, from the recent collection, Nord Civil Marriages, 1792-1937, is the marriage record of the parents of the French president, Charles de Gaulle. De Gaulle’s parents — Henri Charles Alexandre De Gaulle and Jeanne Caroline Marie Maillot — married in the city of Lille on July 30, 1886.
This is just one of the many treasures found in these collections. What family treasures will you discover? Start searching today: www.myheritage.com/marriage-records.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Source: My Heritage