Discover the marriage records of your Cincinnati ancestors. This exclusive collection of marriage records will reveal your ancestor’s marriage date, place of marriage, and parents’ names. The parents’ names give you a whole new generation to add to your family tree.
With every result, you will find a transcript of all the vital details found in the original register. Images of the original registers will be coming soon to Findmypast. The transcripts will include a combination of the following details:
Spouse’s birth place
Father’s and mother’s names
Spouse’s father’s and mother’s names
Findmypast is proud to host the Catholic Heritage Archive. A collection of exclusive records from various American dioceses. This collection of Cincinnati sacramental registers has been published in partnership with the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The Archdiocese covers Great Cincinnati and Dayton areas.
The diocese started in 1821 with Bishop Edward Fenwick and flourished into a large Archdiocese. By 1850 Cincinnati was the 5th largest city in the United States. Today the city celebrates a rich history of immigrants and pioneers.
Most Roman Catholic registers are in Latin. Findmypast’s search will search for the Latin translation of your ancestor’s name.
For help deciphering Latin terms, please see the below key terms:
Birth (nati, natus, genitus, natales, ortus, oriundus)
Baptism date (datum baptismi)
Birth date (datum nativitatis)
Birth place (locus nativitatis)
Christening (baptismi, baptizatus, renatus, plutus, lautus, purgatus, ablutus, lustratio)
Child (infans, filius/filia, puer, proles)
Death, died (obiit, defunctorum, defuncti)
Godparent (patrini, levantes, susceptores, compater, commater, matrina)
Marriage date (datum matrim)
Married together with (matrimonium contraxit cum)
Name and residence (nomen et residentia)
Parents (parentes, genitores)
Priest’s name (nomen sacerdotis)
Years of age (aetatis)