Benton County Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Benton County Marriage License215 East Central AvenueBentonvilleAR72712479-271-1013
Benton County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Benton County Divorce Certificates
Benton County Genealogy Records
Benton County Marriage Certificates & Records
Bentonville Public Library Database
City of Rogers Burial Records
Benton County Clerk Offices
Benton County Clerk215 East Central AvenueBentonvilleAR72712479-271-1013
Benton County Clerk707 South Lincoln StreetSiloam SpringsAR72761479-238-0120
Benton County Clerk220 North Lincoln StreetLowellAR72745479-770-6232
Benton County Clerk - Probate Office102 Northeast A StreetBentonvilleAR72712479-271-1013
Benton County Clerk - Rogers Office2111 West Walnut StreetRogersAR72756479-271-1013
Benton County Clerk - Siloam Springs Office707 South Lincoln StreetSiloam SpringsAR72761479-271-1013
Bethel Heights City Clerk530 Sunrise DriveBethel HeightsAR72764479-751-7481
Rogers City Clerk301 West Chestnut StreetRogersAR72756479-621-1117
Benton County Town & City Halls
Avoca Town Hall222 Old Wire RoadRogersAR72756479-621-5921
Cave Springs City Hall134 North Main StreetCave SpringsAR72718479-248-1040
Centerton City Hall290 Main StreetCentertonAR72719479-795-2750
Colcord City Hall107 East Main StreetGentryAR72734918-326-4200
Highfill Town Hall15036 Arkansas 12GentryAR72734479-736-1211
Little Flock City Hall1500 Little Flock DrRogersAR72756479-636-2081
Lowell City Hall216 North Lincoln StreetLowellAR72745479-770-0166
Pea Ridge City Hall227 East Pickens RoadPea RidgeAR72751479-451-1122
Rogers City Hall510 South 10th StreetRogersAR72756479-621-1117
Siloam Springs City Hall400 North Broadway StreetSiloam SpringsAR72761479-524-5136
Springtown Town Hall17678 MainGentryAR72734479-736-2599
Sulphur Springs City Hall512 South Black AvenueSulphur SpringsAR72768479-298-3218
Benton County Marriage License Office


Married Couples 54,235 (59.7%)
Unmarried Couples 4,867 (2.0%)
Never Married Men 25,530 (26.7%)
Never Married Women 20,823 (21.0%)
Separated Men 1,093 (1.1%)
Separated Women 1,411 (1.4%)
Widowed Men 2,257 (2.4%)
Widowed Women 7,416 (7.5%)
Divorced Men 9,040 (9.5%)
Divorced Women 12,020 (12.1%)

Where To Look For Marriage Records

Marriage Records in Benton County Arkansas

It is easy to locate marriage records in Benton County, Arkansas since these documents are maintained in the county’s vital statistics office. This kind of documentation is a part of public record and it is available to anyone who seeks for it. You can either visit the office’s main building or you can search for records you want online.

The first option is by visiting the county’s location. The other option is by searching online for the records you are looking for. Both ways will give you access to the records you need but the latter is faster and easier to do. When looking for records in Benton County, you will be directed to certain information depending on what information the record cover. There is an option for you to view only the names of those involved or you can look up for all the details including the parents’ names, the names of the bride and groom and witnesses.

Some people would like to have access to the original records. However, these original records are rarely found. Instead, the original records are usually recorded electronically in the county’s Central Files. If you want to have access to this information, you may visit the records retrieval services that are available through the internet. These services have access to the original files and they will let you download them for a fee.

In order to find out more about a marriage record, you can use several different sources. The first is the Benton County Records in Little Rock. Here, you can find out the information you need to know. There is a Marriage Record Locator available for anyone to use. The site contains a comprehensive list of the records and you can get a full record history for a specific time period or for the entire duration of a marriage.

Another source for information is the National Archives. Although this place holds government records, it only contain public information. These records are however available to the public through requests made via fax, mail or online. The request can either be made by fax or by mail. The advantage of using the Archives is that the records are more up to date than the local government. The National Archives also has Marriage Records that is linked to the other government records so that you can get additional information.

Last but not least, you can check with the official website of the county where the marriage took place. This website offers a complete listing of the records for that particular county. You can search using the name of the person, the date of marriage, the location and any other information you may need. This is the best way of making sure that you have all the information you need so that you can complete your research correctly.