|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|Morgan County Clerk Offices|
|Morgan County Circuit Court Clerk||302 Lee Street Northeast||Decatur||AL||35601||256-351-4790|
|Falkville City Clerk||21 West 1st Street||Falkville||AL||35622||256-784-5922|
|Morgan County Town & City Halls|
|Decatur City Hall||402 Lee Street Northeast||Decatur||AL||35601||256-341-4520|
|Eva City Hall||4238 Eva Road||Eva||AL||35621||256-796-1225|
|Priceville Town Hall||242 Marco Drive||Decatur||AL||35603||256-355-5476|
|Somerville Town Hall||24 High Street||Somerville||AL||35670||256-778-8282|
|Trinity Town Hall||35 Preston Drive||Trinity||AL||35673||256-353-2474|
|Morgan County Marriage License Office|
|Morgan County Marriage License||Po Box 848||Decatur||AL||35602||256-351-4675|
|Morgan County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases|
|Decatur City Cemetery Website|
|Morgan County Alabama Probate Office Website|
|Morgan County Divorce Certificates|
|Morgan County Marriage Certificates & Records|
|Married Couples||23,515 (51.2%)|
|Unmarried Couples||1,847 (1.6%)|
|Never Married Men||14,025 (29.8%)|
|Never Married Women||11,071 (22.4%)|
|Separated Men||815 (1.7%)|
|Separated Women||1,557 (3.1%)|
|Widowed Men||1,610 (3.4%)|
|Widowed Women||5,314 (10.7%)|
|Divorced Men||5,516 (11.7%)|
|Divorced Women||6,536 (13.2%)|
Marriage Records – How to View Them Online
The vital records office of Morgan County in Alabama holds all the information regarding marriages and related matters. This includes all the paperwork that went into making the ceremony legal, and the names of those involved. These records have been available to all online since the year 1960. However, the records are still considered part of the public domain, and anyone can access them for whatever purposes they may have.
One of the many advantages of getting your marriage records online is convenience. You can get all your needed information from one place. All you need is a computer with an Internet connection. Some sites offer free copies of the records, while others may charge a minimal fee. There are a lot of sites that provide this kind of information and have search capabilities, too. It’s all up to you to choose which one works best for you.
When searching online, bear in mind to check the security features. Many sites now use encryption technology to protect your information. The security software will ensure that your information is safe no matter who looks up the Internet site. Choose a site that has high security standards.
If you want to know more about certain areas of your marital history, the search will also show you where you were married. States that require a complete record of marriage are able to offer some information online. For example, if both parties were residents of Alabama at the time of the union, the name of the father or mother of the union, along with where the wedding took place will be provided. So, you can see where you were married, what your names were, and other details about your union.
If you’re a bit curious about some of the marriage records that are available, it’s a good idea to check out the newspaper in the area where you were married. Many times the local paper will keep these records for a long time, and they’re definitely worth looking into. In some states, these records are only available for a short period of time, so you won’t get very much information. In other states, they may be available for a longer period.
By law, all marriage information should be confidential. You should never reveal any information about a marriage, even if you think that it might not have occurred. In addition, if you do choose to view some of these records, you should make sure you are prepared to act like a professional. If anything shows up that you aren’t familiar with, you shouldn’t use it as evidence. Use it as a learning tool, but don’t let it become something else.