Images are important because they are copies of original record and additional information may be found on them. So be sure to view the corresponding image, if there is one available.
If the ancestor you are researching does not have an original record yet, keep going back to the records to see if an image has been added. If the image has been added, more information is usually available in the images themselves than is found in an index.
For those who have yet to search these records, the database is a collection of approximately 3.2 million marriages recorded in Ontario, Canada between 1801 and 1928.
The records include -
•Registrations of Marriages, 1869-1928 (MS 932, Archives of Ontario)
•Division Registrar Vital Statistics Records, 1858-1918 (MS 940, Archives of Ontario) [However, there are very few marriages in this record set.]
•Marriage License Books, 1907-1910 (MS 945, Archives of Ontario)
•Delayed Registrations of Marriages, 1892-1919 (MS 948, Archives of Ontario)
•District Marriage Registers, 1801-1858 (MS 248, Archives of Ontario)
•Roman Catholic Marriage Registers, 1828-1870 (MS 248, Archives of Ontario) Indexed by Genealogical Research Library (no images available)
•Registrations of Marriages, 1869-1919 (MS 932, Archives of Ontario), and County Marriage Registers, 1858-1869 (microfilm, Family History Library) (the FHL microfilm is of Archives of Ontario microfilm series MS 248, reels 5-18)
The records are at http://search.ancestry.ca/search/db.aspx?dbid=7921