In Nova Scotia, Civil Records of Marriages date from the late 1700s, (varies with county). These records are available at the Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 6016 University Avenue, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3H 1W4.
Marriage records filed at Vital Statistics began from 1910 for Antigonish County. For more information, visit the Nova Scotia Vital Statistics new website at: Nova Scotia Vital Statistics
You may also find information relating to marriage records 1850 - 1910 at the Antigonish Heritage Museum, 20 East Main Street, Antigonish, NS B2G 2E9. Antigonish Heritage Museum
The Angus L. MacDonald Library at St. FX has microform of MARRIAGE LICENSES of the Province of Nova Scotia, Antigonish County, January 1850 - November 1908. January 1887 - November 1888 missing. Angus L. MacDonald Library
The Genealogical Society of Utah (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints [Mormom] has microfilmed records held by the Public Archives of Nova Scotia, including Marriages. Microfilm copies may be borrowed from LDS branch libraries (Family History Centers). Check for details here.
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