Washington County Georgia Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Washington County Clerk Offices
Washington County ClerkPO Box 271SandersvilleGA31082478-552-2325
Harrison City Hall Clerk40 North Railroad AvenueHarrisonGA31035478-552-7640
Washington County Town & City Halls
Harrison City Hall40 North Railroad AvenueHarrisonGA31035478-552-7640
Sandersville City Hall141 W Haynes StSandersvilleGA31082478-552-3475
Sandersville Town Hall9676 Deepstep RoadSandersvilleGA31082478-552-0867
Tennille City Hall100 Park StTennilleGA31089478-552-7875
Washington County Marriage License Office
Washington County Marriage License132 West Haynes StreetSandersvilleGA31082912-552-3304
Washington County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Washington County Divorce Certificates
Washington County Genealogy Records
Washington County Health Department Website
Washington County Marriage Certificates & Records
Washington County Probate Judge Website


Married Couples3,084 (41.8%)
Unmarried Couples238 (1.3%)
Never Married Men3,531 (41.9%)
Never Married Women2,265 (27.3%)
Separated Men366 (4.3%)
Separated Women412 (5.0%)
Widowed Men163 (1.9%)
Widowed Women1,388 (16.7%)
Divorced Men820 (9.7%)
Divorced Women905 (10.9%)

What You Should Know About Marriage Records

Marriage Records in Washington County Georgia is kept in the same manner as in any other county around the nation. In Washington County, Georgia there are approximately thirteen record providers. This number is determined by each state that provides the information, and it can vary from one provider to the next. The information is stored and maintained at the county level, so if you need to find some information you will have to look all over the place.

Some of the information that you will receive from a record provider may be personal and some may not. The personal pieces of information will include things like dates of birth, names of people, social security numbers, and much more. If there was a match between your records and someone else’s records then you will know without a doubt if they belong to the same person. However, if there is no match between the two then it is merely a coincidence.

The other pieces of information that you may receive will pertain to the parties involved in the marriage. This may include their names and where they live. The county may also provide the Social Security number for the people involved. All of this information will pertain to what is legally allowed by each state to be put onto public records.

Marriage records are available to anyone who requests it. Even if you think you don’t have a reason to request them, they are still a public record and are made available to anyone who asks for them. If it is an important paper and you want it to be around for future generations then you may want to consider getting the paper. There are a lot of people who are happy that they can get their weddings recorded and shared with future loved ones. It gives the future generation the opportunity to learn about the history of the wedding and family history.

If you have gotten divorced and want to remarry, then the same process would apply. You may want to check into the divorce record before you begin to search for a new mate. This will give you a peace of mind knowing that your marriage has been properly handled. It will also help you feel better about the person you are dating.

Marriage records are not only available from state to state, but from country to country as well. In some countries the process may be a little different than in others, so it is important to look around before deciding on which service you want to use. Marriage records are not just for the purposes of marriage. They cover all kinds of information such as birth and death records. You can often find important information such as the couple’s age when they got married and where they lived at the time of the wedding.