Dorenkott, Henry - Certificate of Baptism Fetzer, Carl Stephan January 26, Hlavatay, Anna Levandoski, Johanna Marie October 19, Mader, Peter Louis September 24, Micle, Everett May 18, O'Malley, George John, July 30 Schidlowski, Emma April 3, Spedale, Charles L. February 14, Spedale, Eleanor November 26, Spedale, Joseph L. February 12, Spedale, Leonardo Louis May 20, Witt, Mary Matilda April 6, Probate Court Record of Deaths Volume 3, page 93 Beedle, Donna Belle January 1, Callely, Mary A.
Carmody, Elizabeth Heffernan April 10, Carmody, Michael May 31, De Bee, Ellen March 22, Fetzer, Andrew September 30, Fetzer, Anna M October 10, Fetzer, Elizabeth September 14, Fetzer, John S April 21, Fetzer, Maria April 13, Garver, Ethel H. December 5, Garver, John Ray June 3, Hensley, Oscar V.
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January 21, Hlavaty, Jim Jakub King, Gloria January 6, Kropp, John Carl August 15, Kropp, Margaret Ann May 1, Libgitski, Wilhelmina November 14, Mader, Adolph Conrad February 10, Mader, Louis John December 11, Micle, Christina March 27, Micle, Henry Benjamin September 28, Miller, John September 5, Moore, Patrick February 12, Morses, Child August 30, Saulsmann, Mrs.
September 1, Smith, Abigal September 2, Smith, Lansing B.
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The last name field must contain at least two letters. If you wish to limit your search to females or males only, click on "party role" and choose bride or groom. Under "case category" choose Marriage. When the results appear, you will have to click on each name to see more information about who that person married and the date. Disregard any dates that you see before , as all records before appear to have the same date of , and thus the date is not helpful or correct.
However, the dates of marriage after are correct.
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Go to "Marriage Index Years" below. Copies of marriage for Volumes are at the Cuyahoga County Archives. Email them at archive cuyahogacounty. There is no charge for a small numbers of copies.
There is one microfiche viewer for the marriage indexes one by husband's name and the other by wife's name. Uncertified long form copies are 25 cents each. They do not accept checks so send a money order or go in person and pay cash.
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Include a SASE if ordering by mail. Once you have the marriage record, you will see the name of the Pastor that performed the ceremony. Go to "Cleveland Pastors and their Churches" to look up the pastor's name and see at which church he served. Fairview Park Library has microfilm of marriages for Volume They improved after the law, but were still a bit inconsistent. The Probate Court was mandated to keep these records.
In addition, in Cuyahoga County, the City of Cleveland kept records from to On 20 December the Department of Vital Statistics of the Health Department was mandated to keep death certificates.
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These are created in the health department of the jurisdiction where the death occurred. There are several departments in Cuyahoga County, but many have now consolidated with the City of Cleveland. Copies of the local certificates were made and submitted to the Ohio Department of Health. Those created from to were sent to the Ohio Historical Society. Stillborn death certificates are separate from regular death certificates and at one point were combined with the birth certificates.
Others have no birth certificate. Separate stillborn death certificates are available from December 20, to and Vital Records. BIRTHS Ohio birth records were mandated several times in history but the law was not enforced, and spotty records resulted until when records were required to be kept by the clerk of Probate Court.
Obtaining both City and County Probate records is a good idea. Deaths December 20, - Current Death certificates are available from the Health Department where they were created, or from the Ohio Department of Health. For cost and procedure, it is similar to birth certificates. Ordering information and an order form is on the website as well.
State that you want an uncertified copy. Uncertified copies are no longer available. Provide them with the name of the deceased, county of death and approximate or exact date of death. This is also on Ancestry. No images are available but it is a good second opinion index. Additionally they newly added the microfilm of stillbirths mid and The coroner is responsible for determining cause of death of those who died without medical care or under suspicious or unknown circumstances.
More information is on the page for Coroner Records elsewhere on this site. An index has been made for Their records cover present.
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Call for the index department to see if they have a divorce that you are interested in.