Gila County Arizona Marriage Records

Search For Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Gila County Clerk1400 East Ash StreetGlobeAZ85501928-425-3231
Gila County Clerk714 South Beeline HighwayPaysonAZ85541928-474-3978
Miami City Clerk500 Sullivan StreetMiamiAZ85539928-473-4403
Gila County Town & City Halls
Miami Town Hall500 Sullivan StreetMiamiAZ85539928-473-4403
Payson Town HallSte C, 303 N Beeline HwyPaysonAZ85541928-474-5242
Winkelman Town Hall206 Giffin AvenueWinkelmanAZ85192520-356-7854
Gila County Marriage License Offices
Gila County Marriage LicenseGila County Courthouse, 1400 E Ash St.GlobeAZ85501928-402-8740
Gila County Marriage LicenseSatellite Office (Payson), 201 W Frontier St.PaysonAZ85541928-474-7198
Gila County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Gila County Clerk of The Superior Court's Office Website
Gila County Divorce Certificates
Gila County Marriage Certificates & Records
Gila County Clerk Offices


Married Couples 10,261 (47.5%)
Unmarried Couples 1,582 (3.0%)
Never Married Men 5,958 (27.5%)
Never Married Women 4,775 (21.3%)
Separated Men 307 (1.4%)
Separated Women 298 (1.3%)
Widowed Men 999 (4.6%)
Widowed Women 2,558 (11.4%)
Divorced Men 3,320 (15.3%)
Divorced Women 3,222 (14.4%)

Marriage Records in Arizona

Marriage Records in Gila County Arizona is maintained by the County of Maricopa. These files are confidential, but they are accessible by the public through the Vital Records Office of Arizona. You can obtain copies of marriage records for yourself, or for a family member, or friend who would like to obtain information about a marriage. In the process of obtaining records of marriage from the Office of the Secretary of State, it is important to keep these few important points in mind.

There are some circumstances under which a certified copy of marriage records can not be obtained from the Office of the Secretary of State. For instance, if you were not married for 6 months or more. If either of the two individuals were still legally married when the request was made, it may not be possible to obtain the record through this method. The other way to obtain a copy is to make a request in the county where the marriage happened. You can do this at the county recorder’s office.

To begin your search for records of marriage in Arizona, go online and do an internet search using keywords such as “marriage record”, “formaldehyde”, “convincing proof”, etc. Using these keywords will give you a good starting place. It is also important to search the names of the couple along with the state where the event occurred. Also, use specific keywords such as “Mildred juicy chunks” or “Stephanie ski resort”. The more specific the search, the faster and easier it will be to find what you need. A little patience will be required when doing research on the internet.

Marriage records that are held by the County of Maricopa are not available to the general public and cannot be photocopied or transferred electronically. There is a fee for access to these records, although it varies by each county. Most counties will require that you fax or mail a copy of your application and proof of identity. This information is kept in the state registry, so once you receive your copy you can obtain your copy directly from the office. You may be required to attend a short interview at the county’s Public Health Office or at the county’s Information Processing Center. Depending on the county and state, hours of operation and other criteria, hours of operation may vary.

When you visit the office for Arizona marriage records, there will usually be a designated person who will be willing to sign your application on your behalf. After signing, you will be required to pay a fee to the county. Once you have your completed application, you may be asked to fax or mail some additional information. Some requirements will be verification of the date of birth of the applicant, their current address and social security number and some may require a certified copy of the applicant’s birth certificate. You can receive these records within three months from the date of application or within two months from the date of verification if the information was submitted via fax.

Marriage records are public information, but they are only available to those who can benefit from them. Marriage records are not supposed to be used for identity theft or for gathering the personal information of anyone. There are some states that allow the records to be viewed by anyone who has a valid reason, such as genealogy research or background research. These laws are in place in order to protect the privacy of individuals. Under the Arizona law, when you request a copy of your own marriage record, no one else is allowed to obtain this information except you and your intended spouse.

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