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Indexes on Microfilm copy: During the late 1930s and early 1940s, the Indiana Works Progress Administration (WPA) indexed many counties' birth records for the period of 1882 to 1920.
The birth index provides the name of the child, father’s name, mother’s maiden name, gender, color, date of birth, and the book and page number of the courthouse ledger where the original may be found.
Marriages after 1958 were also registered with the Indiana State Department of Health.
Form for requesting a marriage record from the Indiana State Department of Health (Download) The Family History Library and the Indiana State Library Genealogy Collection have microfilm copies of many Indiana marriage records.
The Family History Library has microfilms of delayed birth registrations for more then 60 counties which can be viewed at the Family History Library or some family history centers.
Use the Family Search Catalog to locate the correct microfilm.
These registrations may also contain births of people born outside of the county and even those outside of the U. Contact the clerk in the county they were living in 1941 for copies.
Another State-wide Indiana Birth Index Pre-1882 Indiana Births from Secondary Sources, Vols.
I and II (Fort Wayne, Ind.: Heritage Pathways, Inc. Each volume includes approximately 10,000 entries for births that took place in Indiana prior to the advent of civil birth records.
Early compliance with the 1882 law varied and many births that occurred in Indiana between 18 were not recorded.
Most birth record ledgers are in the courthouse or another government facility in the county in which the event took place.