|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|Clinton County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices|
|Clinton County Clerk||265 Courthouse Square||Frankfort||IN||46041||765-659-6335|
|Colfax Clerk||208 Main Street||Colfax||IN||46035||765-324-2194|
|Frankfort Clerk||301 East Clinton Street||Frankfort||IN||46041||765-654-5715|
|Kirklin Town Hall||113 Main Street||Michigantown||IN||46057||765-279-8786|
|Rossville Town Hall||17 West Main Street||Rossville||IN||46065||765-379-2645|
|Clinton County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases|
|Clinton County Clerk of The Courts Website|
|Clinton County Department of Health Website|
|Clinton County Divorce Certificates|
|Clinton County Genealogy Records|
|Clinton County Health Department Vital Records|
|Clinton County Marriage Certificates & Records|
|Frankfort Community Public Library Website|
|Married Couples||6,503 (54.4%)|
|Unmarried Couples||833 (2.6%)|
|Never Married Men||3,565 (28.8%)|
|Never Married Women||2,657 (20.5%)|
|Separated Men||113 (0.9%)|
|Separated Women||360 (2.8%)|
|Widowed Men||335 (2.7%)|
|Widowed Women||1,447 (11.2%)|
|Divorced Men||1,490 (12.0%)|
|Divorced Women||1,611 (12.4%)|
Marriage Records in Clinton County Indiana
The marriage records for Clinton County can be searched using the links below. These marriage records include certificates, indexes, and marriage licenses. A certified copy costs $13 for the first copy and $5 for each additional copy. The cost of the search is listed on each record’s individual page. The links are monitored and checked regularly by our editors. If you encounter broken links, please report them. Alternatively, you can request a certified copy by mail.
The vital records of the county are maintained by the Health Department and can be accessed for free. If you are searching for a marriage record, you can also find out the date and time of the wedding and the names of the witnesses. This information will allow you to verify the validity of the marriage. You can use the records to determine the date and place of the wedding. The Clinton County health department has a list of vital records that you can access for free.
The Clinton County Clerk maintains birth and death records for the county. Obtain a certified copy of a marriage record or marriage license for free. This service is available for all residents. In addition, you can also request copies of vital records through the mail. If you are looking for the birth and death certificates of a deceased person, contact the Health Department to find out more about their personal information. These services are free, so you can easily obtain them.
The Clinton County Clerk is the official repository for birth, death, and land records. You can search for these records in person or online by using the contact information found in the phone book. In addition to this, you can also consult the State Division of Vital Records to obtain copies of vital records. If you cannot find the marriage record you want, you can go to a Family History Center or visit one of the many Affiliate Libraries of the FamilySearch Network. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable and will help you find what you are looking for.
The Clinton County Department of Health maintains birth and death records. They provide certified copies of these records. The health department also provides vital records through the mail. These records are not available online, but you can obtain them from other sources, including the Health Department. When you are searching for marriage certificates, you may also want to consult the local state vital office for the details of the state. The vital record index will also tell you if a couple has been married in the county and whether they were legally married in that county.
The vital records of Clinton County include marriage and birth. The birth and death records are maintained by the Clinton County Health Department. The department maintains vital records and is responsible for keeping them up-to-date. The clerk will provide copies of these records to those who wish to obtain them. The health department also offers vital records. These records will prove the validity of a marriage and show if a couple has gotten married in the state.