Lumpkin County Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Lumpkin County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Lumpkin County Clerk99 Courthouse HillDahlonegaGA30533912-437-6671
Lumpkin County Marriage License279 Courthouse HillDahlonegaGA30533706-864-3847
Dahlonega City Hall465 Riley RoadDahlonegaGA30533706-864-6133
Lumpkin County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Lumpkin County Divorce Certificates

Statistics

Married Couples 5,525 (48.4%)
Unmarried Couples 584 (1.9%)
Never Married Men 4,788 (36.5%)
Never Married Women 4,108 (29.9%)
Separated Men 100 (0.8%)
Separated Women 336 (2.4%)
Widowed Men 389 (3.0%)
Widowed Women 1,321 (9.6%)
Divorced Men 1,492 (11.4%)
Divorced Women 1,790 (13.0%)

Where to Find Marriage Records in Georgia

The process of obtaining Georgia marriage records is not a difficult one at all, if you know how to go about it. First of all you must locate the Georgia Vital Statistics Office where marriage licenses are issued. This office is usually in the county seat of Lumpkin, Georgia. You can also locate the office in the county seat of Fannin as well.

Marriage Records in Lumpkin County Georgia

To begin your search for Georgia marriage records you will need the first and last names of the couple. If possible try to find the marriage license yourself. If you are not able to obtain a copy of the document, you can file for an appeal through the court system and request one from the state’s registrar of records. On most state’s vital records services you will have to pay a fee before you get the records. The cost varies but on some services you can expect to pay anywhere from twenty-five dollars to one hundred dollars.

There is no limit on the number of times you can search for Georgia marriage records. If you still cannot obtain the documents after paying the fee, then you can try again in six months. If you still cannot find the records, you may have to file a request for an extra fee. Some counties in Georgia allow you to obtain the records at the county building or through the post office.

Marriage records are maintained by the county where the marriage took place. Most counties in Georgia are in the process of updating their databases. In some counties there is a minimum amount of time that must pass before you can obtain the record. Typically the time frame is less than two weeks. You may have to attend the county building to search for marriage records, and this may be more inconvenient.

If you want to do a free search for Georgia marriage records, you may want to visit the Georgia Vital Records website. This website only offers information regarding marriages in Georgia, so it may not have information regarding divorces. The information they offer is for the state and county where the marriage took place. You can also search for other public records, such as criminal records and court records. However, the fee for searching through the official website may be expensive.

You can try searching for the information you need to use an online wedding records database. There are many companies who offer this service for a small fee. These databases contain complete details about all of the people who were in a marriage in Georgia. You can choose to search by name or by location, depending on what type of information you are searching for. It is quick and easy to use these websites, especially if you know where to look.