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Statewide divorce index, 1900-1992

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
  • [Denver, Colorado : Colorado State Archives, 1975?]-1992
  • Denver, Colorado : Colorado Department Of Health,
19 microfilm reels ; 16 mm. + 14 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.


Colorado Statewide Divorce Index is available online, click here.

Card index gives names of plaintiff and defendant, county, date and place of marriage, names and ages of minor children, date of decree, name of court, and docket number. Computer print-out gives the names, decree date and type, and docket number.

These films are the best copies available. Original cards have been destroyed.

Index is in two formats: 1900-1939 is a card index and 1975-1992 is a computer print-out. Card index was created by the Division of Vital Statistics which is a section of the Department of Health in Colorado.

There are no statewide indexes for pre-1900 and 1940-1974. Researchers should check indexes in each county. The index for 1900-1939 has omitted many names, has poor alphabetizations and many cards are out-of-order.



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