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For more information on Texas vital records, visit Texas Birth & Death Vital Records Record Type: Marriage Certificates Department of State Health Svcs Bureau of Vital Statistics PO Box 12040Austin, TX 78711-2040Phone: 512-758-7366Fax: 512-758-7711Website Business Hours: 8AM-5PMRecord Access Requirements: This agency will only supply a verification.
They only have a copy of the application form and an index to the county record.
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Prior to statehood in 1845, divorces were granted by special acts of congress, and afterwards by the district courts.
Records dating to 1836 are available through genealogical societies and the Texas State Library.
The actual certificate must be obtained from the county recorder of record.