On this website you can safely and securely apply online for Marriage Certificates.
Only after a marriage has taken place and been officially registered, can you then apply online for an Irish Marriage Certificate.
Marriage Records commence in Ireland from 1864. All Registered Marriages in Ireland can be requested from 1864 todate. Non-Catholic Marriages records commenced in 1845. Please note however, that we are not a genealogy service – we provide civil / legal certificates for events that have occurred in Ireland. A maximum of 2 (two) search’s will be carried out per any one request so as we are not a Genealogy service, it is totally incumbent on you to ensure that the information you submit is as up-to-date and accurate as possible.
** Northern Ireland consists of six (6) counties only as follows: Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry (aka Derry) and Tyrone. For Births registered for these 6 Northern Ireland counties after 31/12/1921, with effect from February 2017 we can now provide certificates for events registered in Northern Ireland however, it will take slightly longer to do so..
Please Note: SEARCH ONLY: If you require a Search to be carried out, you are provided with a copy of the entry into the Registry Book only i.e. an email is sent to you with a scanned copy (if one is available) and not an actual certificate. Please note that a maximum of 2 (two) search’s will be carried out per any one request so as we are not a Genealogy service, it is totally incumbent on you to ensure that the information you submit is as up-to-date and accurate as possible. Furthermore, dependent on the year and/or the amount of information provided, it can take longer to process some search requests.
For women who have been married more than once, it is imperative that you provide both your maiden name AND previous married name when applying for a Marriage Certificate and advise us in the “Additional Information” section of any such information.
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