Boundary County Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Boundary County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Boundary County ClerkPO Box 419Bonners FerryID83805208-267-2242
Boundary County Marriage LicenseP.O. Box 419 BonnersBonners FerryID83805208-267-2242
Bonners Ferry City Hall7232 Main StreetBonners FerryID83805208-267-3105
Moyie City Clerk3331 West RooseveltMoyie SpringsID83845208-267-5161
Boundary County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Boundary County Clerk, Auditor, and Recorder Website
Boundary County Marriage Certificates & Records

Statistics

Married Couples 2,297 (51.2%)
Unmarried Couples 251 (2.2%)
Never Married Men 1,079 (23.6%)
Never Married Women 874 (19.0%)
Separated Men 60 (1.3%)
Separated Women 41 (0.9%)
Widowed Men 136 (3.0%)
Widowed Women 467 (10.2%)
Divorced Men 728 (16.0%)
Divorced Women 686 (14.9%)

Idaho Marriage Records

Marriage Records in Boundary County Idaho

Marriage Records in Boundary County Idaho is kept by the county office. A simple internet search will reveal that all the marriage records in Idaho can be found on the Internet by using any of the search engines available. However some of the records may have to be requested to get them. The cost may be minimal, depending on the number of records you need.

In the past, marriage records were maintained in the local government recorder’s office. This was a slow and often difficult process. Nowadays however most of the vital records are now kept at off-site federal or state records offices. These private companies charge a fee for accessing the public record databases. The fee varies from state to state.

There are many reasons for looking up marriage records. They range from performing genealogical research, locating long lost family friends and relatives, conducting background checks on employees and babysitters, checking out potential business partners, and checking out potential partners with previous convictions. Some people perform public searches just to satisfy curiosity. Others perform public records searches as part of their duty as a volunteer. Whatever the reason for searching for Idaho marriage records, the result is the same, a person’s full name, date of birth, social security number, and place of marriage.

Marriage records in Idaho are confidential and cannot be released without the authority of the county recorder. To obtain access to the vital records of a particular state, one must either go to the office directly or make a formal request through the mail. Most of the states allow the public to access marriage records online via a website. Marriage records in Idaho can be requested from the county recorder’s office either by mail or by fax.

Marriage records in Idaho are confidential and cannot be released without the permission of the recorder. Therefore, unless the person in question has a legitimate reason for searching such records, the information cannot be released. Marriage records in Idaho are different than other records in that they are usually more detailed and difficult to compile. In some instances the records may be incomplete due to many things such as the man being born in another state and not designated as a resident of Idaho at the time of marriage.

Before you can obtain records of marriage in Idaho, you will need to fill out an application which will require you to give your personal information as well as pay a fee. There are different states’ requirements for what is needed to search the records. If you have any questions about what is required to search the records you should contact the county recorder’s office. If you would like to get access to the records immediately, there are commercial data providers who offer this service.