Are ND marriage records available online anywhere?

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I find my grandparents marriage listed on a microfilm index for Stutsman county at history.nd.gov, but I hope the actual record would help me pinpoint my ggm's name.  Lack of ND records online is driving me crazy!
in Genealogy Help by Robert True G2G1 (1.4k points)
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I found the burials of James Lynch  and Anna (unk) on findagrave.  Maybe the cemetery could point you to a death record or try the Town Clerk in Turtle Lake, McClean, ND.  Her dod is not legible, but after 1925 from the census data,

: Turtle Lake Cemetery, Turtle Lake, McClean, North Dakota
: Father:   James Lynch  
: April 3,  1852 - Jan. 13, 1926
: Mother: Anna  xxxx? 1851- xxxxx<ref>Find A Grave Memorial# 52276110    https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/find-a-grave-prod/photos/2010/175/52276110_127750414873.</ref>

 

North Dakota Census, 1925 Turtle Lake, McLean, North Dakota
: James Lynch    M  74
: Anne Lynch      F  74
: Martha Lynch  F  30 <ref>"North Dakota Census, 1925," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QVR9-MBPJ : 30 June 2016), James Lynch in household of P O Bergo, Turtle Lake, McLean, North Dakota, United States; citing sheet number 3, family number 1, State Historical Society of North Dakota; FHL microfilm 1,731,400.   https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L9LK-D8FP?i=385&cc=2351024</ref>
by Chris Hoyt G2G6 Pilot (730k points)
selected by Robert True
Chris,

I appreciate he addition of sources to the profiles; I have a number of other such to be added for various ancestors, but have been delayed due to vision problems the last couple of years.  I had found the burials myself, but I still cannot find any pointer to the  maiden name of my GGM Lynch, thus the desire to see the marriage records. Perhaps I shall take it off line as you suggested.

 Being a old programmer, I find the lack of exactness between various record details somewhat disturbing, but realize the process as the cause of the issue.

Rt.
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Have you looked at FamilySearch.org? It probably depends on how recent the marriage was whether it might have it.
by Eric Weddington G2G6 Pilot (225k points)

Here's a link to the records available on FamilySearch:

North Dakota Indexed Historical Records

Be sure to take a look at the additional links on the right-hand side of this page. The wiki page will give you some helpful tips on finding information specific to North Dakota. Hope that helps!! :-)

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I believe you have to call/email or in person. I tried getting my North Dakota divorce decree and they said that vital statistics cannot be done online . This was a few years ago.
by Dani Keyes G2G Rookie (290 points)

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