Marriage Records

Original Marriage Certificates

 

Marriages in Miscellaneous Newspapers

 

SCOTT Marriages


WALLACE Marriages

 

Marriages by Rev. Virgil Henderson Gean (1941 to 1987)

 

Marriages by Rev. John W. Lee (1879 to 1935)

 

Marriages by Rev. T. B. Larimore

 

Record of Marriage Licenses and Certificates of Marriage in Lauderdale County Inventory Book A-1 (1818-1822)


Old Marriage Books 1 through 6 (1820 to 1857)

 

     Abel - Bly      

     Boatright - Cary      

     Casey - Day      

     Deans - Gess  
     Gibson - Hewitt      

     Hial - Johnston     

     Joice - Lyon      

     Machelya - Morton
     Moseley - Pryor      

     Puckett - Shelton      

     Shepard - Thigpen 

     Thomas - White     

     Whitehead - Zrisler

 

Marriage Book #3, Part 1 (1858 to 1867)


     A through K         
     L through Z

     

Marriage Book #3, Part 2 (1868 to 1872)

 

    A through I  

    J through Z        

     

Marriage Book A (1870 to 1876)

 

     A through H         
     I through R         
     S through Y          

     

Marriage Book B (Nov. 1876 to Dec. 1879)

 

     GROOMS (Can also be sorted by BRIDES)            

     

Marriage Book C (Aug. 1879 to Jan. 1882)

 

     A through L             
     M through Y              

     

Marriage Book D (1882 to 1884)

 

     A through L      

     M through Y

 

Marriage Book E (Jan. 1885 to Oct. 1887)

 

     GROOMS (Can also be sorted by BRIDES)

     

Marriage Book F (1887 to 1890)

 

     A through L

     M through Z

 

Marriage Book G (1890 to 1892)

 

     A through L

     M through Z

 

Marriage Book H (1893 to 1895)

 

     A through L

     M through Z

 

 

NOTE : Marriage Books "B" and "E" are missing from the Lauderdale County, Alabama Probate Judge's record room. Although the WPA listings are known to contain errors, it is the only source we have for marriages during these years. All of the marriage books will contain both white and black marriages. Lauderdale County did not have then, or later, a separate book for recording black marriages and the race of a couple applying for a license was seldom indicated. A copy of the WPA marriages may be obtained from the Alabama State Archives in Montgomery, Alabama.  Be sure to check all possible spelling variations of the name you are researching.