This screen allows you to search by the groom's name, the bride's maiden name, or license number. You may search from the year 1879 to the present. Prior to 1879, the marriage records were stored in the local churches. South Carolina.
Name index to marriage records from the state of South Carolina. Microfilm copies of these records are available at the Family History Library and Family History Centers. Due to privacy laws, recent records may not be displayed. The year range represents most of the records. A few records may be earlier or later.
Access to the marriage licenses of couples of Richland County, South Carolina from July 1911 through the present. It can be searched by either bride or groom. It does not include couples who have chosen to opt out.
This collection includes a selection of birth, confirmation, marriage, and death records transcribed from church books at St. Matthew's German Lutheran Church archives in Charleston SC. The period covered includes 1849-1910, and scanned images are also available. This site is not affiliated with St. Matthew's Church in Charleston.
Marriage Notices in the South-Carolina Gazette and Its Successors, 1732-1801. Alexander S. Salley, Jr. (1902). This is a valuable substitute for nonexistent public vital records for South Carolina. Marriage entries identify the names of the bride and groom and their date of marriage, their parents names, residence, occupation, and station.