|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|Camas County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices|
|Camas County Clerk||PO Box 430||Fairfield||ID||83327||208-764-2242|
|Camas County Marriage License||Po Box 430||Fairfield||ID||83327||208-764-2242|
|Butte County Marriage License||Po Box 430||Fairfield||ID||83327||208-764-2242|
|Camas County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases|
|Camas County Genealogy Records|
|Camas County Marriage Certificates & Records|
|Married Couples||183 (49.5%)|
|Unmarried Couples||46 (5.2%)|
|Never Married Men||75 (20.5%)|
|Never Married Women||60 (18.2%)|
|Separated Men||14 (3.8%)|
|Separated Women||4 (1.2%)|
|Widowed Men||16 (4.4%)|
|Widowed Women||35 (10.6%)|
|Divorced Men||60 (16.4%)|
|Divorced Women||53 (16.1%)|
Marriage Records in Other Counties
Other Records in Camas County
Ways to Search Marriage Records
Marriage Records in Camas County Idaho are considered public record because they have been filed with the Clerk of court in each county where the marriage took place. The only way to get these records before years ago was to hire a private detective or to go down to the recorder’s office to retrieve them. With the growth of online information services and databases, the cost of obtaining marriage licenses has come down significantly. In addition, with the Internet and e-mail technology, it is easier than ever before to obtain marriage records for free from any computer with an Internet connection.
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The State of Idaho limits the time of processing records and proof of age and identity for a marriage license to only seven days. This is done in order to protect the privacy rights of the person whose records are being searched. If a request for records is made over this period of time, the system will probably ask to see proof that the person is a resident of Idaho.
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