Florida has some of the nation’s most complex wedding records, but a handful of key records from the state’s marriage registry are still missing.
The state’s state and federal records are now on the internet and accessible to the public.
Here are 5 things you need to know.1.
What are the records and what are they about?1.1 The records include the names, addresses, birth dates and marital status of all marriages in Florida dating back to 1890, the year before the state was incorporated.1:1.2 They are available online.
They were last updated in January 2018, and were available to all Florida residents for 90 days.
The records are kept by the Florida State Archives and Records Office.
They contain the dates and marriage certificates for marriages, marriages between a married couple and marriages between married couples, as well as marriages between different individuals.
Marriages between spouses, which are common during the Victorian era, have been listed separately.
The state also maintains records for all marriages between adults and children.1.:1.3 These marriage records have been available for 90-day access since January 2018.
The records are a public record, but they are available for the public to review only during the 90-days period after they are published online.1,2:1,3:1The state has not published its list of missing marriages.
It is unclear whether other marriages are missing.
Marriage records for other states are being maintained by the National Archives and Record Administration.