The Hamilton County marriage records have been archived at the County Probate Court as per the provision of the laws in Ohio. The documentation of such records started way back the 19th century up to these days. In other words, anybody can obtain records as old as the year 1817 up to present. There have been a total of 128,000 marriages recorded from 1808 to 1884 alone, these records come from Protestant Churches, Catholic churches, the HCPC records, and those that are published in newspapers. All these old records were published in five books where you get to view each index entry with names of the couple, marriage date, newspaper source and the film record source.
There are options on how you can obtain copies of marriage records Hamilton County. It can be acquired through microfilms that are catered by an independent organization such as the LDS church. For archives, you would need to visit the Historical Archives of the Chancery of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Local residents may also go to Hamilton County Churches and Synagogues to find out some church records related to marriages. Finally, individuals would get to visit the Hamilton Probate Court in search for such vital record as they are directed by law to compile such information and be issued to anybody who formally applied for it.