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Posted: 1508969822000
Classification: Query
Would really appreciate any help with finding a record of the marriage of Patrick James Fallon born Ireland abt 1884. Spouse in 1910/20 census is Bessie M Fallon. They have a daughter Mildred F born 1909. I can find them in vital records and city directories but can't find a marriage record. I think they were married about 1905. What I really want to find out is Bessie 's maiden name. I think she is my grand aunt and if she is her birth name is Bridget (Delia)m McKeon or Macken but maybe I've got the wrong Patrick J Fallon and the wrong Mildred Fallon. Thanks for any help in sorting this out . Elbiba

Re: Marriage :

Posted: 1509027842000
Classification: Query
This appears to be it:

Connecticut Vital Records — Index of Marriages, 1897-1966
PATRICK FALLON and BESSIE MCKEON, married 1906-11-28, NEW HAVEN

Re: Marriage :

Posted: 1509036397000
Classification: Query
vansicklen1 - I thank you so much for this you've brought a long search to a end. Elbiba.

Re: Marriage :

Posted: 1511915139000
Classification: Query
Hello-
I see you solved a problem (correctly) using an Index of Marriages, 1897-1966 in less than 12 hours, and would like to know where this Index can be found.
19thCentNewHaven

Re: Marriage :

Posted: 1511926909000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1511927201000
CT marriage index, it is one of the few things from the CT State Library that you don't need a card for (scroll down the Cs to it):

http://libguides.ctstatelibrary.org/az.php?a=c



Re: Marriage :

Posted: 1511964005000
Classification: Query
Wow.
Thanks for the quick reply. I've been waiting for some of the statewide indexes to be made public for at least 15 years, (closed to the public, waiting to be filmed) they should be quite huge and very helpful in finding vital records more recent than the ones on microfilm which go to only around 1900 +- depending on the town & type of record.
FS has transcribed the microfilm records, and as of Sept 2017 show 100% arbitrated. Transcribed records have not been released yet (to my knowledge), but the original images in most cases can be viewed by searching the FS catalog as if you were going to order a microfilm. You can't order most films, but can view the images online.
Thanks again, for both your help and quick reply.
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