Randolph County Alabama Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Randolph County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Randolph County Circuit Clerk1 North Main StreetWedoweeAL36278256-357-4551
Randolph County Marriage LicensePo Box 249WedoweeAL36278256-357-4933
Roanoke City Clerk809 Main StreetRoanokeAL36274334-863-4129
Wedowee City Hall24 North Main StreetWedoweeAL36278256-357-2122
Randolph County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Probate Court of Randolph County Website
Randolph County Divorce Certificates
Randolph County Health Department Website
Randolph County Office of Probate Website
Randolph County Probate Courts Adoption Records


Married Couples 4,615 (52.0%)
Unmarried Couples 532 (2.4%)
Never Married Men 2,427 (27.4%)
Never Married Women 2,173 (22.6%)
Separated Men 127 (1.4%)
Separated Women 170 (1.8%)
Widowed Men 326 (3.7%)
Widowed Women 1,280 (13.3%)
Divorced Men 1,062 (12.0%)
Divorced Women 1,114 (11.6%)

How to Search for Marriage Records in Randolph County

What are the records of marriage in Randolph County? Every marriage in the state of Alabama is filed in the county where it was performed. The word “matrimony” itself is derived from “araba”, which is an Old English word meaning court. So, by definition, any marriage that happens in a court of law in Alabama is recorded and can be viewed by anyone who’s interested. In the past, public access to these records was controlled by the state but in 2021, the supreme court ruled that all states should have same sex marriage records.

Why was the change in laws desired? For some, the reason was privacy. Marriage records are supposed to be between two consenting adults who are of legal age, so people could no longer keep private records private. For others, it was the safety of children. Because many states in America have very young children, it’s quite easy for things to happen to them, and a parent might want to know if their child has been married before or not.

So now everyone has access to marriage records. How do you access them? You can go to the registrar of records in Randolph County, Alabama. This office can be contacted via telephone, mail, or personally. They also have a website where you can search for information. There are also several websites that can help you search for records.

If you’re looking for public records, you should contact the registrar of records in the county where you got your marriage license. Each state has their own process for getting public records on people. Most of them are pretty easy to accomplish and only take a few minutes to get. But if you have any questions, you should go directly to the office and ask before you get too far.

What should you expect when you get access to public marriage records in Alabama? You’ll first have to fill out some forms that will be available online from the website or the office. This will include name and address verification. After this, you’ll be asked whether you want paper or digital record, and what you want to do with the records once you get them (either online or at the county’s office). Usually you’ll just need to print out a copy and show it to your intended recipient.

The process is pretty simple, but it does require a bit of work. You shouldn’t have to pay for anything, but you will need to provide proof of marriage for some of the free public records searches. You will also be responsible for paying for any copies of records that you order from the site or the county. But most of the searches are very affordable.

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