New Brunswick Provincial Returns of Marriages (FamilySearch Historical Records)
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The returns of marriages are arranged alphabetically within each year by surname of the groom. New Brunswick instituted registration for all vital statistics in January of 1888. There are very few returns for 1887.
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- New Brunswick Vital Statics Branch. Returns of Marriages. Provincial Archives or New Brunswick, New Brunswick, Canada.
Key genealogical facts found in this collection may include:
- Age at time of marriage
- Church of marriage ceremony
- County where the marriage took place
- Date and/or place of birth for bride and groom
- Date of the marriage
- Full names of bride and groom
- Name of minister or priest
- Names and birthplaces of the bride’s and groom’s parents
- Names of the witnesses to the marriage, often relatives
- Residence of the parties
- Whether single, widowed or divorced
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