Columbia County Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Columbia County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Columbia County ClerkPO Box 2069LakeFL32056386-758-1041
Columbia County Clerk of Circuit Court & Comptroller173 Northeast Hernando AvenueLakeFL32055386-758-1342
Fort White City Hall118 Southwest Wilson Springs RoadFort WhiteFL32038386-497-2321
Fort White Town Hall118 Southwest Wilson Springs RoadFort WhiteFL32038386-497-2321
Lake City City Hall205 N Marion AveLakeFL32055386-755-3799
Columbia County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Columbia Clerk Website
Columbia County Clerk of Circuit Court Marriage Licenses
Columbia County Divorce Certificates
Columbia County Genealogy Records
Columbia County Marriage Certificates & Records
Columbia County Public Library Website

Statistics

Married Couples 11,407 (46.1%)
Unmarried Couples 1,605 (2.5%)
Never Married Men 10,572 (36.5%)
Never Married Women 6,602 (24.4%)
Separated Men 491 (1.7%)
Separated Women 935 (3.5%)
Widowed Men 931 (3.2%)
Widowed Women 3,096 (11.4%)
Divorced Men 4,120 (14.2%)
Divorced Women 3,986 (14.7%)

How to Find Marriage Records in Florida

Marriage Records in Columbia County Florida are considered public information and is available to the public through the Florida Vital Records Registry. These records include all of the information that is related to a marriage such as the names of the bride and groom, witnesses, place of marriage, time, and the names of parents and the names of any children. They also show if there were any children or minors at the time of the marriage. Marriage Records in Columbia County can be searched by anyone for research purposes.

Marriage Records in Columbia County Florida

Searching for marriage records can be done by looking in the local library, via the internet (there are several web sites with this information), at the county office, or through private organizations that collect these records. There are also some fee-based services that do offer this information but these can often be expensive. The main source of the information is the Florida Vital Records Registry, which maintains the records. These records can be requested from the office for a small fee. This service is very easy to use.

Marriage Records in Florida can also be obtained directly from county offices for a slightly higher fee. The main advantage of doing so is that you will get more detailed information, which can include all of the above mentioned details. This may also be helpful if there was any type of pre marriage records that were filed (ie divorce papers) that have come along since you got married. The main disadvantage is that this information comes with a small fee. If it is important information, then paying the small fee may well be worth it.

You can also go to one of the online sites that offer marriage records for free. There are a few good ones out there that have the most up to date information. You can do a quick search on them to find out if they have what you need. These services can also be useful if you need records from out of state or from another country. You should check their accuracy by running a free search first.

The above methods all involve running around to all of the different county offices. This is not only time consuming, but a very frustrating way to do so. You will end up going from office to office asking for records, sometimes getting some, and sometimes not. In addition, if you do not know someone who works at a particular county office, it can be very inconvenient to visit there just to ask about records.

The easiest and most time efficient method of obtaining marriage records in Florida is to use an online database. There are several such services available. You can find a lot of details just by doing a simple search. Just type in some general information about the person you are investigating. It could be the last name, first name, state, county and anything else that you can think of. As soon as you have the information, you simply click on the “submit” button and wait a few minutes while the records are pulled.