Aitkin County Marriages

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Information on Aitkin County:

The County of Aitkin was named after William Aitkin whose occupation was an English fur trader.  Aitkin County was organized May 23, 1857.  Construction of the Northern Pacific Railroad in 1871 brought dramatic changes to the Aitkin area. The Mississippi River also provided a flourishing means of travel and commerce from the mid 1880's to the early 1920's, giving the area a rich history of riverboats, railroading, logging, and immigrant life.

 

 

Marriages submitted by Researchers

Groom Bride Date Location Submitted by:
Magnus Abramhamson Anders Hagman Inga Nicholson 09 January 1881 Kimberly Karen Helfert
 Ernest Everett Tucker Grace Emma Patterson Cameron  11 July 1912 Aitkin Pat Wilkerson
         
         

 

Index to Aitkin County Marriage Records

Groom Bride Date of Marriage Filename Submitted by:
         

 

 

Index to Aitkin County Anniversary Announcements

Name Years married Filename Submitted by:
       

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Copyright Information   

This project will endeavor to provide actual transcriptions of Marriage Applications, and other Marriage Records, as found recorded in the county court house and state archives. We are encouraging these transcriptions to be entire marriage books and/or rolls of microfilm.  Email me:  Colleen
 

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Transcripts will be accepted and files will be placed in the USGenWeb Archives directory of the State and County, where the marriage records were originally recorded.

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 Patti Jepsen ~Marriage Project Coordinator

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 1 February 2001 

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