Coweta County Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Coweta County Clerk Offices
Coweta County Clerk22 East Broad StreetNewnanGA30263770-254-2601
Turin Town Clerk26 South Hunter StreetSenoiaGA30276770-599-0777
Coweta County Town & City Halls
Grantville City Hall123 Lagrange StreetGrantvilleGA30220770-583-2280
Moreland Town Hall7 Main StreetMorelandGA30259770-251-3428
Newnan City Hall25 Lagrange StreetNewnanGA30263770-254-2351
Senoia City Hall80 Main StreetSenoiaGA30276770-599-3679
Sharpsburg Town Hall105 Main StreetSharpsburgGA30277770-251-4171
Turin Town Hall26 South Hunter StreetSenoiaGA30276770-599-0777
Coweta County Marriage License Office
Coweta County Marriage License200 East Court SquareNewnanGA30263770-254-2640
Coweta County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Coweta County Divorce Certificates
Coweta County Genealogy Records
Coweta County Probate Court Vital Records

Statistics

Married Couples 29,346 (58.1%)
Unmarried Couples 2,222 (1.6%)
Never Married Men 14,596 (27.7%)
Never Married Women 13,237 (23.5%)
Separated Men 868 (1.6%)
Separated Women 1,621 (2.9%)
Widowed Men 1,125 (2.1%)
Widowed Women 4,592 (8.1%)
Divorced Men 4,477 (8.5%)
Divorced Women 6,121 (10.8%)

Marriage Records in Coweta County Georgia

Marriage Records in Coweta County Georgia

What are the records you can find in Georgia? These are some of the most commonly asked questions of people when it comes to the subject of marriage records. While you will find that there is much information available in this regard, it is actually not as easy to search for these records as some other public information records are. For one thing, the county where the marriage happened may not have all the information available on marriage records. In addition to this, there could be issues related to the marriage which would prevent the completion of such searches without a lot of effort.

In order to get some details on marriage records, it would be good if you could approach a local office of the county where the event took place and inquire about them. It is also possible to visit the county office to request such records. In addition to this, there are also several online resources that you can make use of in order to get the information that you want.

You could certainly try out the free resources available on the Internet. However, most of these websites are only able to provide limited information regarding the records that are available in a particular county. Moreover, most of these websites do not allow users to carry out a search on their databases as they are restricted by the databases that they are hosting. As a result, if you need to carry out a comprehensive search, you would have to visit and pay at least a small fee to get access to the more comprehensive and useful ones.

Apart from these free websites, you can also visit the county office of Coweta County Georgia and request for marriage records. This way, you will be able to save a lot of time. In addition to this, you will also be able to obtain accurate information within a very short period of time. However, there is also a possibility that such information may not be available as the county may have entered the wrong information or omitted some details. In order to avoid such errors, it would be better if you could carry out a paid search.

There are also quite a number of commercial providers who offer their services online. They usually charge a nominal fee to provide you with access to their extensive public records database. Such companies are able to efficiently consolidate all the marriage records of the country and are in turn able to provide such information online. The online service thus offers a great convenience to the individuals, who want to make use of it and can also compare various information of different providers easily.

Once you have all the information regarding the records that you are looking for, you can now enter into the legal aspects of making such records public. As far as these records are concerned, Georgia is one of the few states that allow the records to be viewed by the general public. However, a few conditions are to be met. First of all, you need to fill up a request form, mentioning the reason for your request. Georgia has specific laws about making the records public, and the procedure to make them public.