Access to vital records is not available under the Right-To-Know law. Vital records are considered closed records and as such are only accessible to immediate family members.
Both parties wishing to be married must appear in person at the Town Clerk's office in order to apply for a Marriage Certificate. Both parties must arrive one hour prior to closing. You will need a copy of your Birth Certificate, proof of residency, and I.D. If either party has been divorced, they must bring a copy of their divorce decree. If either party is widowed, they must bring a copy of their former spouse's Death Certificate.
A fee of $50 will be charged. Once you receive your application it must be filled out by the person performing your wedding ceremony. A Marriage License is good for 90 days from the time it is issued and is only valid in the state of New Hampshire.