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Davidson Township. Box , New Castle, Pennsylvania, , and telephone This site will give you information and forms necessary to obtain the records. By statute, birth and death records were to be recorded and maintained at the various county courthouses from to Birth and death registers were to be kept by the Register of Wills in the various county courthouses from to Before January 1, , only scattered records exist in the various county courthouses.
Since September 30, , marriage licenses have been required in Pennsylvania and are maintained by the Marriage License Clerk in the county courthouse of the county issuing the license. Before September 30, the issuing of licenses was not obligatory, but was intended for those cases where the banns were not published or the marriage in church was dispensed with.
For these earlier marriages, church records and newspapers may provide information. Since , Divorce Records have been kept in the Prothonotary's Office in the county where the divorce was granted. In addition, local newspapers frequently published notices of divorce actions.
From to , divorce could be granted by the Legislature or the Governor subject to royal veto by Royal Council. In , British Parliament forbade royal governors in America to grant divorces and the Legislature was the governing body to which pleas for divorce were submitted.
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From through , either the Supreme Court or the Legislature could act on divorce matters. From through , the Legislature and the Courts of Common Pleas handled divorces. In , the Court of Common Pleas alone began to govern divorce action.