Harris County Georgia Marriage Records

Search For Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Harris County Clerk Offices
Harris County ClerkPO Box 365HamiltonGA31811706-628-4958
Pine Mountain Clerk250 McDougald AvenuePine MountainGA31822706-663-2213
Waverly Hall City Clerk9108 Georgia 85Waverly HallGA31831706-582-2381
Harris County Town & City Halls
Hamilton City Hall210 Walton StreetHamiltonGA31811706-628-5321
Shiloh City Hall1165 North Main StreetShilohGA31826706-846-3814
Harris County Marriage License Office
Harris County Marriage License102 North College StreetHamiltonGA31811706-628-5038
Harris County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Harris County Divorce Certificates
Harris County Health Department Website
Harris County Marriage Certificates & Records
Harris County Probate Court Website


Married Couples7,894 (65.3%)
Unmarried Couples407 (1.2%)
Never Married Men3,711 (27.4%)
Never Married Women2,709 (19.7%)
Separated Men133 (1.0%)
Separated Women151 (1.1%)
Widowed Men319 (2.4%)
Widowed Women1,182 (8.6%)
Divorced Men1,237 (9.1%)
Divorced Women1,415 (10.3%)

Where to Find Marriage Records

Searching for marriage records in Georgia is not as difficult and time consuming as you might think. The process is pretty straightforward. In order to perform a search you will need to contact the county where the marriage took place. Once you have made this contact, you will need to visit their Vital Records Office. You will need to fill out a form which will be forwarded to the county where the marriage occurred. The clerk will then process your request, make any changes necessary and mail you the results.

Marriage Records in Harris County Georgia are considered public information. Because of this fact anyone who is interested in searching the records can do so without needing a court order. Performing a search will not require a fee unless you would like to obtain additional information on the record. This information can include the personal particulars of the bride and groom as well as the parents of either party. This information is considered private information and is not available to the general public.

If you are performing a background check on someone, this is one source you will want to check into. Many people try to hide the marriage records from prospective partners in an attempt to protect themselves. It can be a little more difficult for the individual conducting the search to discover whether or not the information they are seeking has been disclosed if they have never viewed the marriage records in the past.

Another benefit of conducting a search through the county where the marriage occurred is that the person will have the information on hand before they make any decision. Often times when people try to obtain records they end up having to conduct a criminal background search in order to discover whether or not the person is wanted on outstanding warrants. Having access to the person’s arrest record as well as divorce and marriage records in one location will give them some peace of mind.

Marriage records can also be an important tool in a civil case. If you are involved in a lawsuit and you would like to obtain court documents relating to the history of the relationship, you may want to consider looking at the marriage records. This will give you information you need to support your argument. In some instances the records can be found for free. However, they may require the individual to pay a nominal fee in order to access their records.

There are several different places, an individual can go to perform a marriage record search. Each county is responsible for maintaining its own records. Once you find the place where the marriage occurred, you will be able to access the information you need. Typically you will pay a minimal fee for the records and this information. This can allow you to gather important information about the individuals in question.