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A marriage certificate or marriage license is a key document in genealogy and family tree research. While they vary from state to state and country to country in the amount and types of information they provide, a marriage certificate usually provides at a minimum the bride’s maiden name, the groom’s name, their addresses, the name and office of the official performing the ceremony, the location and the names of several witnesses. This information can, of course, be invaluable if you’re doing an ancestor search.

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A marriage license is a document issued, either by a church or state authority, authorizing a couple to marry. The exact procedure for obtaining a license varies between states and countries and has been changed over time. Marriage licenses were first issued in the Middle Ages, to permit a marriage that would otherwise be illegal

Today, they are also legal requirements in many jurisdictions and in other jurisdictions, a license is not required. In some jurisdictions, a “pardon” can be obtained, for marrying without a license and in some jurisdictions, common-law marriages and marriage by cohabitation and representation are also recognized. These do not require a marriage license. There are also some jurisdictions where marriage licenses do not exist at all and a marriage certificate is given to the couple after the marriage ceremony takes place.