Windham County Connecticut Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Windham County Clerk Offices
Windham County Clerk5 Town Hall RoadAshfordCT6278860-487-4401
Brooklyn Town Clerk4 Wolf Den RoadBrooklynCT6234860-774-9543
Pomfret Town Clerk5 Haven RdPomfret CenterCT6259860-974-9135
Scotland Town Clerk9 Devotion RoadWindhamCT6280860-423-9634
Sterling Town Clerk1114 Plainfield PikeSterlingCT6377860-564-2657
Thompson Town Clerk815 Riverside DriveThompsonCT6255860-923-9900
Woodstock Town Clerk415 Connecticut 169WoodstockCT6281860-928-6595
Windham County Town & City Halls
Windham Town Hall979 Main StreetWindhamCT6226860-465-3000
Brooklyn Town Hall4 Wolf Den RoadBrooklynCT6234860-774-9543
Canterbury Town Hall1 Municipal DriveCanterburyCT6331860-546-9377
Chaplin Town Hall495 Phoenixville RoadChaplinCT6235860-455-0073
Killingly Town Hall172 Main StreetKillinglyCT6239860-779-5300
Woodstock Town Hall415 Connecticut 169WoodstockCT6281860-928-6929
Windham County Marriage License Office
Windham County Marriage License979 Main StreetWindhamCT6226860-465-3013
Windham County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Brooklyn Town Clerk Website
Brooklyn Town Clerk's Office Marriage Applications
Canterbury Town Clerk's Office Website
Chaplin Town Clerk Website
Eastford Town Clerk's Office Website
Hampton Town Clerk Website
Killingly Town Clerk Website
Plainfield Town Clerk City Records
Plainfield Town Clerk Website
Pomfret Town Clerk Website
Pomfret Town Clerk's Office Vital Records
Putnam Town Clerk Website
Putnam Town Clerk's Office Marriage Applications
Scotland Town Clerk's Office Website
Sterling Town Clerk Website
Thompson Town Public Library Database
Town of Putnam Clerk's Office Vital Records
Windham County Marriage Certificates & Records
Windham Town Clerk and Vital Statistics Office Website
Woodstock Town Clerk Website


Married Couples 21,119 (47.4%)
Unmarried Couples 3,493 (3.1%)
Never Married Men 17,710 (36.9%)
Never Married Women 15,149 (30.7%)
Separated Men 742 (1.5%)
Separated Women 739 (1.5%)
Widowed Men 1,396 (2.9%)
Widowed Women 4,285 (8.7%)
Divorced Men 5,198 (10.8%)
Divorced Women 6,700 (13.6%)

How To Access Marriage Records In Windham County Connecticut

In Windham County, marriage records are kept in the county offices. The records include the name of bride and groom, date of wedding, witnesses and the officiator of the ceremony. People searching for this information may obtain them from the courthouse where the event took place or any other location mentioned on the certificate. A person has to follow certain procedures before gathering the information. They need to be particular about the format of the records, as some may be very long and tedious to read.

The marriage records offered by the county in Windham County can be requested from the central statewide repository. It is the best source of information because it is the most recent and comprehensive in nature. However, it does charge for the information. Individuals who cannot afford the fee can request from the state repository. State repository can also provide additional information about the person like location of birth, immigration status etc.

There are also private records available online. The online sources have some limitations like one time processing and limited numbers of searches but you have an assurance that the information you are looking for is available. However, information from the online sources may not be as current as the records from the courthouse. People may have some concerns like accuracy of the records.

The Windham County Connecticut Marriage Records can be requested through mail. Mailing the request is usually the next best option after the internet. To do this, one needs to visit the county’s records division. This can be done through a phone call, writing or visiting the concerned office. After you have been given the application form, you can hand-deliver it along with the necessary information requested.

If you are satisfied with the record you receive, you can go ahead to the next step of obtaining the information. The next step would be to get your State Record of Marriage certified. You will need the official certified copy of the record. State laws require such records to be certified by the commissioner of the state. To do so, you may need a fee depending on the jurisdiction.

You may be asked to appear physically in the office. Some administrative offices do not allow you to personally hand-deliver or apply for the record but may allow you to fax or mail the necessary documents. There may be charges based on the service you choose. After you have made the payment, you should receive the records within two weeks.

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