Not every genealogy record we want is online and indexed for easy searching. In fact the majority of records are not even digitized! This is certainly the case for marriage licenses in PA, and in this episode I start online to look for John Curry’s marriage record before contacting the county to get it.
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- Ancestry’s two largest marriage license databases:
- Pennsylvania, U.S., Marriages, 1852-1968
- Pennsylvania, U.S., County Marriage Records, 1845-1963
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