Lake County Marriages


Information on Lake County:

Lake County is located in northeastern Minnesota, with Lake Superior as its south border.   It was first created in 1855.  It was first  named Superior, than Saint Louis, then named Lake in 1856.  Two Harbors is the county seat. It's cities, towns and communities are:   Alger, Avoy, Baptism Crossing, Beaver Bay, Beaver Crossing, Bell Harbor, Castle Danger, Cramer, Darby Junction, East Beaver Bay, Finland, Forest Center, Greenwood Junction, Happy Wanderer, Highland, Illgen City, Isabella, Jay See Landing, Jordan, Kelly Landing, Kennedy Landing, Larsmont, Lauren, Lax Lake, Little Marais, London, Manitou Junction, Maple, Marcy, Martin Landing, McDougal Lake, McNair, Murphy City, Nine Mile Lake, Norshor Junction, Prairie Portage, Sawbill Landing, Scott Junction, Section Thirty, Silver Bay, Silver Creek, Silver Rapids, Stewart, Toimi, Two Harbors, Waldo, Wales, Wheeler Landing, White Iron, Whyte and Winter.


Marriages submitted by Researchers

Groom Bride Date Location Submitted by:
Anton G. Swanson Hillevi M. Carlson 23 February 1924 Two Harbors Margaret Posey


Index to Lake County Marriage Records

Groom Bride Date of Marriage Filename Submitted by:


Index to Lake County Anniversary Announcements

Name Years married Filename Submitted by:

 Minnesota Marriage page

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Copyright Information   

This project will endeavor to provide actual transcriptions of Marriage Applications, and other Marriage Records, as found recorded in the county court house and state archives. We are encouraging these transcriptions to be entire marriage books and/or rolls of microfilm.  Email me:  Colleen


Transcripts will be accepted and files will be placed in the USGenWeb Archives directory of the State and County, where the marriage records were originally recorded.


 Patti Jepsen ~Marriage Project Coordinator

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This page created by: Mary Hudson and was first posted on:
 1 February 2001 

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