Warren County Georgia Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Warren County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Warren County ClerkPO Box 46WarrentonGA30828706-465-2171
Warren County Marriage License211 Legion DriveWarrentonGA30828706-465-2227
Warrenton City Hall29 Edward D Ricketson Jr StWarrentonGA30828706-465-3282
Camak City HallBAKER StCamakGA30807706-465-2332
Norwood Town City Hall14 Railroad StNorwoodGA30821706-465-9675
Warren County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Warren County Divorce Certificates
Warren County Genealogy Records
Warren County Marriage Certificates & Records


Married Couples853 (37.5%)
Unmarried Couples64 (1.2%)
Never Married Men709 (34.7%)
Never Married Women736 (31.0%)
Separated Men65 (3.2%)
Separated Women54 (2.3%)
Widowed Men53 (2.6%)
Widowed Women345 (14.5%)
Divorced Men266 (13.0%)
Divorced Women319 (13.4%)

The Basics of Marriage Records in Warren County Georgia

Warren County is located in what is known as the “Peach State” area of Georgia, surrounding the falls city of Atlanta. The county seat of Warren and being its largest city is one of the most populous areas in Georgia with over twelve million people living in it. Most marriages in Warren County are finalized between one woman and one man, with the few exceptions being half-marriages that use both names. It is not uncommon to see that a couple has been together many years, often married, but have divorced or been together for less than five years. There are also a few cases where a marriage may have been contracted just within the last ten years.

There are several marriage records in Warren County which are considered to be public record and are available to the general public. Because marriage is such a common event, every county in Georgia holds a copy of this record and it is available to anyone who requests it. Anyone can go to any local county office and request one of these records, although they should do so with careful planning in mind. These records are also heavily policed and can lead to problems if not done right.

The problem with obtaining these records in any manner other than directly from the county is that there are many requirements needed for one to obtain them. They are required to fill out an application stating their intent to obtain the records, providing proof of residence within the county and paying a nominal fee. Some counties also require a person to fax or mail in a copy of their birth certificate in order to gain access to these public records. Some of the more popular reasons for people searching for these records are to find old friends or relatives that they haven’t seen in a long time, to locate a marriage certificate that may prove a person was actually born in the state and have evidence of their age. In some cases people are searching for these records to clear themselves of some sort of legal liability.

The most requested type of these records are marriage licenses. To obtain this type of record, a person will have to apply either online or in person at the county office. Proof of identification is usually required as well as several forms of personal information. Marriage license information will include the names of the couple, the date of the wedding and the location. Some also provide the Social Security number of the groom or the bride.

Another very common use for marriage records in Warren County is when someone is conducting genealogical research. They can look up information about the parents of their future children and attempt to trace the relationship back to when they were legally married. Information also includes possible relations between the parents and their previous marriage and whether or not they were divorced. Many times these records will also include the names and addresses of the parents and the witnesses of the wedding.

For anyone looking for information on marriage records in Warren County Georgia, a great place to start is on the internet. There are several websites that offer a wide selection of resources and some that are actually free. Many of these sites will allow you to input your information in a public form and some may ask for certain details as well. These online records are constantly updated and can be used for research in the future.