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Records of divorce proceedings are kept by the clerk of the circuit court in each county. You can write to the clerk for records up to June 1927. For records since then, write to the Office of Vital Statistics.  
 
Records of divorce proceedings are kept by the clerk of the circuit court in each county. You can write to the clerk for records up to June 1927. For records since then, write to the Office of Vital Statistics.  
  
The Family History Library has 305 microfiche of the Florida Combined Divorce and Annulment Index, 1927-1969.<br>  
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The Family History Library has 305 microfiche of the Florida Combined Divorce and Annulment Index, 1927-1969.<references /><br>  
  
 
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# ↑ Family History Library microfiche 6081683-725.
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Revision as of 00:50, 6 January 2011

Records of divorce proceedings are kept by the clerk of the circuit court in each county. You can write to the clerk for records up to June 1927. For records since then, write to the Office of Vital Statistics.

The Family History Library has 305 microfiche of the Florida Combined Divorce and Annulment Index, 1927-1969.


  1. ↑ Family History Library microfiche 6081683-725.