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The Indiana Marriage Indexing Project is a joint project of the Indiana Genealogical Society and FamilySearch (representing the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints). The aim is to create a statewide marriage index that begins with each Indiana county's earliest surviving records and goes up to 1959. When finished, the index will be put online as a free searchable database.
FamilySearch has some of the Indiana Marriages 1811-1959 online - it contains index entries and digital images for 59 of Indiana's 92 counties: Adams County, Allen County, Bartholomew County, Benton County, Blackford County, Boone County, Brown County, Carroll County, Clark County, Clay County, Daviess County, Dearborn County, Decatur County, DeKalb County, Delaware County, Dubois County, Elkhart County, Fayette County, Floyd County, Fountain County, Franklin County, Fulton County, Gibson County, Hamilton County, Harrison County, Hendricks County, Henry County, Huntington County, Jackson County, Jay County, Jefferson County, Jennings County, Kosciusko County, LaGrange County, Lake County, Lawrence County, Marshall County, Martin County, Morgan County, Noble County, Ohio County, Orange County, Owen County, Parke County, Perry County, Pike County, Porter County, Pulaski County, Putnam County, Randolph County, Rush County, Scott county, Shelby County, Spencer County, Starke County, Steuben County, St. Joseph County, Sullivan County and Switzerland County.
In addition, there are digital images (no index entries available yet) for 8 other counties: Tipton County, Vermillion County, Vigo County, Wabash County, Warrick County, Washington County, Wayne County and Whitley County.
Indexers work from home and at their own pace. They login to FamilySearch Indexing with their username and password, and download a batch of marriage records, which take just 30-45 minutes to index. You just need to have an Internet connection (broadband is recommended because of the large size of the files), and an up-to-date version of an Internet browser.
If you would like to volunteer to index Indiana marriage records, please go to FamilySearch Indexing's signup page.
If you have any questions about the project, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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