I’m not related to any member of this family.
OH Vital Records -
Prior to September 7, 1949, marriages were record at the county probate courts as each county was formed. At that time, an index of all Ohio marriages was not maintained. It was not until 1949, that a statewide index of marriages that occurred in Ohio was created at the state level with the Ohio Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics. While the state Office of Vital Statistics maintains indexes of all marriages, the county probate courts where the married couples applied for their license is where the official marriage certificate resides.
. Ohio law established the Bureau of Vital Statistics on December 20, 1908. On that date, the mandatory registration of birth and death certificates occurred.
statement source -
Compliance Manager/State Mass Fatality Planner/Chief Fraud Officer
Ohio Department of Health
Office of Vital Statistics
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Name: Cornelious Shaw
Birth Year: abt 1817
Birthplace: New Jersey
Home in 1850: Crawford, Wyandot, Ohio
Cornelious Shaw 33, NJ - blacksmith
Rebecca Shaw 28, OH
Hannah Shaw 4, OH
Henry Shaw 2, OH
Phebe Shaw 1, OH
Depending on OH state law regarding showing parents names; I would think if both parties were over 18 parents names were not listed