Hoonah-Angoon Census Area Alaska Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Hoonah-Angoon Census Area Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Angoon Court Marriage License700 Aan Deina Aat StreetAngoonAK99820907-788-3229
Hoonah Court Marriage License300 Front StreetHoonahAK99829907-945-3668
Hoonah-Angoon Census Area Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Hoonah-Angoon Census Area Divorce Certificates
Hoonah-Angoon Census Area Marriage Certificates & Records


Married Couples 389 (48.5%)
Unmarried Couples 63 (3.2%)
Never Married Men 337 (33.3%)
Never Married Women 193 (23.2%)
Separated Men 19 (1.9%)
Separated Women 11 (1.3%)
Widowed Men 25 (2.5%)
Widowed Women 48 (5.8%)
Divorced Men 150 (14.8%)
Divorced Women 179 (21.5%)

Marriage Records in Hoonah-Angoon Census Area

Alaska Divorce Records can be requested from the Alaska Vital Records Office in Anchorage, AK. This office can also be reached by phone or fax. The location of this office is shown on the left hand side of the page when you request a record from them. A map showing their location can also be obtained at the website address given. The hours of operation are usually Monday through Friday during office business hours.

The fee for these records is not very high. To receive a copy of your record, you may need to send an application and payment via mail or fax. You should expect to receive a reply from the office regarding your request within one to four weeks. If you reside in Alaska and are requesting an Alaskan marriage record for any reason, the State of Alaska Vital Records office in Anchorage should be contacted.

There are certain documents that you will need to produce if you wish to request this type of record from the Alaska department of revenue in Hoonah-Angoon. These are a copy of your social security card, proof of age (if younger than 18) and a copy of the marriage license. The copy of the license that is supplied must be signed by the person who owns it must be signed on the back of the card. It is then sent to the area office in Hoonah-Angoon for processing. It is then inspected before it is issued a certificate.

You can also contact the Alaska Vital Records office in Anchorage to conduct a marital history check. By doing this you will get access to marriage records of anyone living in Alaska. You only need this service if you have reasons to believe that someone may be missing some of their records from the state. The cost of conducting this search is $15. This search can be done for free when you first request it.

If you do not wish to obtain these marriage records online you still have other options. You can use an agency such as Family History Information to help you find any missing information or background on someone. The great thing about these private companies is that they will have links to all the various places in Alaska where marriage records are kept. This means that you can run all over the state to conduct your request. They also have links to places where all the other records are kept and you can access this information. In some cases you will have to pay a small fee to get the complete results.

In addition to the marriage records in Hoonah-Hangoon, there are also a few other places in Alaska where you can get marriage information. If you want to trace your family roots back through time, you can try consulting Family Historians Inc. They have an extensive website that contains tons of information about people and their families. There are genealogy charts available for download. These can help you learn more about your family history and also discover what your ancestors looked like.

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