Jefferson County Idaho Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Jefferson County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Jefferson County Clerk210 Courthouse WayRigbyID83442208-745-7756
Jefferson County Marriage License210 Courthouse WayRigbyID83442208-745-7756
Rigby City Hall158 West Fremont AvenueRigbyID83442208-745-8111
Ririe City Hall464 Main StreetRirieID83443208-538-5548
Roberts City Hall647 2872 EastRobertsID83444208-228-3220
Jefferson County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Jefferson County Clerk Marriage Applications
Jefferson County Clerk's Office Website


Married Couples5,884 (69.5%)
Unmarried Couples374 (1.4%)
Never Married Men2,833 (28.6%)
Never Married Women1,885 (19.7%)
Separated Men82 (0.8%)
Separated Women108 (1.1%)
Widowed Men141 (1.4%)
Widowed Women570 (6.0%)
Divorced Men850 (8.6%)
Divorced Women739 (7.7%)

How to Search For Marriage Records in Jefferson County Idaho

Like any other public document, marriage records are maintained by the state and are stored at various county and city storage buildings. In Idaho, they are also held at the county seat or county headquarters as well as at courthouses throughout the county. The states’ records office in Idaho also does not hold all of the county’s records. If you need to look up marriage records in Idaho, you have to visit your county’s record office and obtain a copy from there. State laws and regulations about these documents are different in each state, making the search for them different as well.

There are some limitations on the details that can be found out with such records. First, the couple has to be married under the legal authority of the state. This means you cannot use this search to find out if your significant other has ever been divorced, was the subject of a criminal prosecution, or was the subject of a civil suit. This is because it does not fall under the category of criminal information. Additionally, only one of the parties is listed in the record, which is usually the man.

You will most likely be able to find out some information, though. For example, you can search to see if the person you are searching for has ever gotten a divorce or gotten married again. This is helpful when you want to gather information for a family tree and genealogy research. Marriage records can also help you if you are interested in learning more about your heritage, genealogy, immigration or national origin.

When you search for marriage records in Idaho, you have to be prepared to wait for some time before you get what you want. The system is not fast and efficient. It takes a lot of work to update and maintain the records. It also costs money to store them in digital form, rather than paper. Fortunately, the government is quite aware of how important the information is and it works hard to make the process as efficient as possible. As such, they have set up a whole legal system for the storage and retrieval of marriage records.

If you want to access the records yourself, then you should take a few extra precautions. There are laws that protect the confidentiality of these records, so you should make sure you know who you are dealing with and whether they have the authority to release the information to the public. In Idaho, marriage records are held in the county records office. This is usually a small office with receptionists who are trained to handle appointments and questions. If you cannot find the office, then head to the court house down the street.

If all else fails and you still can’t find the records you need, then there is no reason why you shouldn’t give the professionals a try. For a small fee, they will keep updating and maintaining the databases, which allow you to instantly search for information you need. Typically, if the records are available at all, they will charge an administrative fee for their services. This is typically worth the cost, especially since you won’t have to waste time searching through hundreds of different records. Once you have access to the information you need, it is easy to piece together your puzzle by using the resources that have been provided to you.