Colquitt County Georgia Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Colquitt County Clerk Office
Colquitt County Clerk101 East Central AvenueMoultrieGA31768229-616-7409
Colquitt County Town & City Halls
Berlin City Hall283 North Langford StreetBerlinGA31722229-324-2444
Doerun City Hall223 West Broad AvenueDoerunGA31744229-782-5444
Ellenton City Hall103 North Baker StreetEllentonGA31747229-324-2900
Funston City Hall115 West Mulberry StreetMoultrieGA31768229-941-2770
Moultrie City Hall21 1st AveMoultrieGA31768229-985-1974
Norman Park City Hall154 East Broad StreetNorman ParkGA31771229-769-3611
Colquitt County Marriage License Office
Colquitt County Marriage License1 North Main StreetMoultrieGA31768229-616-7415
Colquitt County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Colquitt County Divorce Certificates
Colquitt County Health Department Website
Colquitt County Marriage Certificates & Records


Married Couples7,054 (45.2%)
Unmarried Couples896 (2.0%)
Never Married Men5,855 (33.4%)
Never Married Women5,035 (27.8%)
Separated Men655 (3.7%)
Separated Women696 (3.8%)
Widowed Men567 (3.2%)
Widowed Women2,050 (11.3%)
Divorced Men2,303 (13.1%)
Divorced Women2,657 (14.7%)

Marriage Records in Colquitt County – Georgia

If you have been married for a long time or are considering marrying someone you are not familiar with, you may want to know more about marriage records and where they are kept. While the actual location of the records office is not listed, you can find information online that will give you an idea about where they are kept, and what access is allowed. Some county courthouses only hold the records of the county where they are located, and some will only hold them for a county within their jurisdiction.

Marriage Records in Georgia can be found at any of the online local records providers. You do not have to search too far in order to find information on marriage records in Georgia. You can go directly to the county courthouse, or county seat, of the county you are looking for information about. The website you choose will provide you with access to their secure site to download the records.

Once you have downloaded the file, you will have to verify the information provided. Marriage records have to be accurate in order to be useful and accepted by future generations. You can find out if the marriage records are accurate by contacting the county where the ceremony took place.

If there was an issue, such as a death, or divorce, the couple may not have records available. This is especially true if the couple never remarried. However, if you access the county website, you will be able to view all of the information available. You may have to contact the county sheriff’s office for additional information.

Searching for marriage records in Georgia requires a nominal fee. The fee is to cover the costs associated with maintaining the website and collecting the information. In addition to paying the fee, you will need to have access to the website in order to search the records. Once you find what you are looking for, the process is simple. You will just enter the information into the online form. The system will then process the information and display it for you.

Marriage records in Georgia are public information. You can find out the full name of the groom and bride, the location of the wedding, and the birth dates for either party. If you are researching family history, you can use this information to discover more about your family members.