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In Texas, assuming you know which county he lives in, you can go to the clerk's office to request a copy of his marriage license.
A faster method, and possibly the only one available when the requester is not the party having married, is to search through the public record where he's located in order to locate the marriage through the marriage index.
For your reference, this is a sample marriage index (for Burnet County).
http://countyclerk.burnetcountytexas.org/Marriage/SearchEntry.aspxAnd, this lists the public records sites from the different counties in Texas: http://www.texas.gov/en/discover/Pages/topic.aspx?topicid=%2Frecords
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Thank you for your help. Maybe there is a light at the end of the tunnel.