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Other Kentucky Counties
Butler to Daviess Knox to Marion Shelby to Woodford
Edmonson to Greenup Marshall to Nelson Statewide
Hancock to Knott Nicholas to Scott

Kentucky Genealogy Resources:


KY State Vital Statistics Office

Office of Vital Statistics
275 East Main Street 1E-A
Frankfort, KY 40621

Information:

(502) 564-4212
Fax: (502) 227-0032

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Displaying Your Kentucky Marriage Records

After taking the time to research and gather together a number of your family's Kentucky marriage records, it is likely that you'll want to display them or to have them saved in such a way so that they will stand the test of time.

Let's got back for a minute.  Why would you even want to have any, let alone a lot of, Kentucky marriage records? First, Kentucky marriage records are a means of proving that two people have been legally wed.  Even if it was generations back, chances are that you can find Kentucky marriage records for members of your family who were born at any time inside the state.  Those records can then be attached to some sort of family tree.  Is there anything you can do to preserve or display this type of record?

Your Marriage Record

When you get married, one of the things you'll get to keep, aside from the gifts, is your Kentucky marriage record.  This record proves two people have been legally married and is necessary for changing your name on your social security card or license.  While you can simply store the record in your safety deposit box for safe keeping, you could also choose to display it beautifully.

The classic display method for marriage records is framing.  This can be an absolutely beautiful way to display, if the framing is done right.  Instead of simply throwing the record into a frame, it should be matted.  This not only makes the marriage record look better, but it also helps to protect the record.  Be sure to use acid free paper to avoid destroying this important document.

Older Marriage Records

Unless you have a copy of your relatives' original marriage records, given to them when they were first married, chances are good that any copy you get at this point in time is going to be something you have printed.  Make sure it is printed on a sturdy, acid-free paper to ensure it lasts for a long time.  Displaying the records, however, is a different matter altogether.

If you have only one marriage record from your family's history that you're interested in keeping, then you can simply frame the record as you might do for your own.  What if, however, you have a number of different marriage records that you'd like to showcase?  One of the best ways to display many records is to do so in a large album.  There are many albums available for purchase in which you can place an 8 x 10 photo or something even larger.  If you're looking to showcase a number of your ancestors' Kentucky marriage records, the best thing to do is to print them on the right types of paper and then put them into a special album collection.  In this way, you'll be able to show future generations a piece of their personal history and be able to preserve what older marriage records look like.

 

Adair  County
formed 1801 from Green-County Seat= Columbia

Allen County
formed 1815 from Barren and Warren-County Seat= Scottsville


Anderson County
formed 1827 from Franklin, Mercer and Washington-County Seat= Lawrenceburg


Ballard County
formed 1842 from Hickman and McCracken-County Seat= Wickliffe


Barren County
formed 1798 from Green and Warren-County Seat= Glasgow


Bath County
formed 1811 from Montgomery-County Seat= Owingsville

Bath County Marriages

Bell County
formed 1867 from Knox and Harlan-County Seat= Pineville


Boone County
formed 1798 from Campbell-County Seat= Burlington


Bourbon County
formed 1785 from Fayette-County Seat= Paris


Boyd County
formed 1860 from Carter, Lawrence and Greenup-County Seat= Catlettsburg


Boyle County
formed 1842 from Mercer and Lincoln-County Seat= Danville


Bracken County
formed 1796 from Campbell and Mason-County Seat= Brooksville


Breathitt County
formed 1839 from Clay, Estill and Perry-County Seat= Jackson


Breckinridge County
formed 1799 from Hardin-County Seat= Hardinsburg


Bullitt County
formed 1796 from Jefferson and Nelson-County Seat= Shepherdsville

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