Replacement Marriage Certificates

All replacement marriage certificates supplied are full long form, certified/extract copies for England and Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland and include parents names. Copy Marriage Certificate

The replacement certificate will normally include full names of both parties, occupation, usual residence, age and name of father for both parties, place of marriage and registration district.

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Marriage Certificate Replacement

Order a Replacement Marriage Certificate, suitable for both legal and family history uses. If you have lost your marriage certificate UK, or need one for family history purposes, this replacement copy will help you.

Duplicate Marriage Certificates are often essential to prove identity when applying for:

Bank accounts
Social Security
Employer ID
Driving licence
Visas and Immigration

Replacement Marriage Certificates

All copy marriage certificates we supply are fully certified copies which are suitable for all official purposes. Some reasons for obtaining a certificate include an application for marriage, applying for an academic course, applying for a passport or a driver's licence. One of the most common reasons is that the original certificate was lost or mislaid.

Replacement marriage certificates do not require a signed release or similar for the order to be processed. Nor does further documentation (e.g. driver's licence or passport) have to produced.
Generally, there will be no special needs for the order to be completed, beyond the initial supplying of information and payment.

Types of replacement marriage certificates

There is no choice between non certified and certified - all certificates issued are certified. All certificates issued are issued with an official seal, some certificates have a raised seal or a stamped seal.

We can supply marriage certificates from the United Kingdom (UK) of Great Britain (GB) England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, and many overseas births where the location was once a British territory, or if the event was registered with a British consulate.

The marriage certificate also gives their addresses at the time of marriage, their fathers' forenames and surnames (or "deceased" where applicable), as well as their fathers' professions. Underneath there's information on where the marriage took place, the names of the witnesses and who officiated, who will often be relatives, giving more information to the overall family history.
Where you have the precise ages of the bride and groom, it now becomes much easier to go back and find their birth certificates. If there's an indication of a previous marriage, you have an entirely new trail to explore for the family tree!

Require an Apostille (Legalised) UK Certificate? An Apostille is a certificate confirming that a signature or a seal on a certificate is genuine. The process of obtaining an Apostille is called Legalisation. Legalisation is usually required by foreign authorities before they will allow a UK document to be used for official purposes in their country. Apostille Certificates issued in the UK will be accepted in the following countries without further legalisation - Apostille Countries.

Replacement of a lost marriage certificate

Searches of the records in UKOS's Office for details of marriages usually for copy certificates. Copy certificates can only be obtained via the online order form, the certificate would contain the marriage details first registered. The minimum information needed to find an entry is the name of the brides or grooms name, place of marriage and year the marriage took place.

Further Information

Copies of marriage certificates

Copies of birth certificates

Copies of death certificates