Teton County Idaho Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Teton County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Teton County Clerk150 Courthouse DriveDriggsID83422208-354-8780
Teton County Marriage License150 Courthouse DriveDriggsID83422208-354-8780
Driggs City Hall60 South Main StreetDriggsID83422208-354-2362
Teton County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Teton County Clerk Website
Teton County Clerk, Auditor, Recorder Marriage Applications
Teton County Genealogy Records
Teton County Government Website


Married Couples2,072 (55.0%)
Unmarried Couples290 (2.7%)
Never Married Men1,520 (34.9%)
Never Married Women1,003 (25.8%)
Separated Men38 (0.9%)
Separated Women20 (0.5%)
Widowed Men21 (0.5%)
Widowed Women173 (4.4%)
Divorced Men579 (13.3%)
Divorced Women522 (13.4%)

Marriage Records in Teton County Idaho

Marriage Records in Teton County Idaho is kept in the microfilm facility of the library of the Teton County Clerk of Court. Copies can be requested from the county office or from the lodge of your choice. The cost is usually very cheap as compared to other areas in Idaho.

However, there is a fee for retrieving information from the microfilms. However, this is nominal and is not much different from the charge you would have to incur if you were to look up the records in any other place. You need not worry about the quality of the record because they are copy-worthy. There are also a lot of websites on the Internet that can help you with the same information.

There is a difference between the official marriage license and the record. Official documents carry a seal and they are signed by the Secretary of State. These are considered as public records. Copies can be requested from these offices but if you want the information immediately, you can check out the internet.

There are a few sites on the Internet that allow you to run a public records search on any type of document in Teton County Idaho. These records include birth, death, marriage, divorce and criminal history of the concerned person. This information is not accessible for free on the Internet. It is only available to those who have a legal right to access such information.

For example, if you were researching someone who has lived in Idaho for more than 60 days, it is possible for you to get the personal records. In case you need to search for marriage records on someone else, you will not be given access to the public record. You will need to get the person’s signature along with a valid reason to do so. The fee you’ll be asked to pay is not much and is certainly worth the service provided.

Furthermore, you can find any public record that is in the database of whatever government agency put it in the database. This means that even if you conducted a public search and did not get the required information you are still not out of luck because you can easily go back to the same office or state and check for the information you need. You don’t even have to change your work computer or cell phone as you can access the information anywhere you are. This is truly a great way of staying organized!