|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|Kern County Clerk Offices|
|Kern County Clerk||1115 Truxtun Avenue||Bakersfield||CA||93301||661-868-3590|
|Delano Clerk||1015 11th Avenue||Delano||CA||93215||661-720-2228|
|Kern County Town & City Halls|
|Arvin City Hall||200 Campus Drive||Arvin||CA||93203||661-854-3134|
|Bakersfield City Hall||1600 Truxtun Avenue||Bakersfield||CA||93301||661-326-3767|
|California City City Hall||21000 Hacienda Boulevard||California||CA||93505||760-373-8661|
|Delano City Hall||1015 11th Avenue||Delano||CA||93215||661-721-9985|
|Maricopa City Hall||400 California Street||Maricopa||CA||93252||661-769-8279|
|McFarland City Hall||401 West Kern Avenue||McFarland||CA||93250||661-792-2121|
|Ridgecrest City Hall||100 West California Avenue||Ridgecrest||CA||93555||760-499-5040|
|Shafter City Hall||336 Pacific Avenue||Shafter||CA||93263||661-746-5000|
|Taft City Hall||209 East Kern Street||Taft||CA||93268||661-763-1222|
|Tehachapi City Hall||115 South Robinson Street||Tehachapi||CA||93561||661-822-2200|
|Wasco City Hall||764 E Street||Wasco||CA||93280||661-758-7200|
|Kern County Marriage License Office|
|Kern County Marriage License||1115 Truxtun Avenue||Bakersfield||CA||93301||661-868-3743|
|Kern County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases|
|Kern County Assessor-Recorder's Office Vital Records|
|Kern County Assessor-Recorder's Office Website|
|Kern County Divorce Certificates|
|Kern County Library Database|
|Kern County Marriage Certificates & Records|
|Married Couples||134,838 (50.9%)|
|Unmarried Couples||21,477 (2.5%)|
|Never Married Men||136,150 (40.0%)|
|Never Married Women||104,729 (32.5%)|
|Separated Men||8,052 (2.4%)|
|Separated Women||11,028 (3.4%)|
|Widowed Men||7,389 (2.2%)|
|Widowed Women||23,206 (7.2%)|
|Divorced Men||29,621 (8.7%)|
|Divorced Women||34,067 (10.6%)|
How to Lookup Marriage Records in Kern County CA
When you are researching California marriage records online, it’s a good idea to know just where they are. Many times we get online and find out that there is some conflicting information, which leads us to believe that the records may not actually be in place. That can be very disappointing. If you have any doubt about the place of where the marriage actually took place, then you should contact the County Clerks of Record in that county directly.
California marriage records are a part of public record and can be retrieved via the Internet. When you do this, you will have to pay a fee for doing so. However, it is well worth it because of the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your past is out there somewhere. It might be that you run into an old high school classmate or someone who knows someone else who you want to reconnect with. You never know what kind of contacts you can make this way. With the records online, you can find out if that person is who they say they are and if there is any other information to help you.
Before you start searching though, make sure that you find a reliable search site. There are a few out there but many of them have been known to be unreliable. Some of them even have hidden fees that you might not know about until you have already paid.
The best online way to find marriage records in California is to go to a website that has the capability to keep track of all the different records. This kind of website will be able to provide you with information such as the person’s full name and where they married. It also has the ability to access more than just the marriage license, it will give you information on the actual marriage license.
California marriage records can be very handy if you are considering marrying someone overseas. You will know before hand if they are who they say they are and if you are planning to travel to another country, this will save you from being defrauded. Not only that, but it will also be easy for you to get documentation when you need it. You will be able to mail it or fax it out and most countries will be able to obtain it quickly and easily as well.
Online searches are becoming increasingly easier as time goes on, and so are marriage records. However, before you get too involved with online records, you should still check locally because sometimes an online record might not be as up to date as one that is found offline. Marriage licenses are considered public record, so you should still do your research locally at county hall in the county where you think the license was granted. This will ensure that you will get the correct records, and it may also be cheaper this way.