Elkhart County Indiana Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Elkhart County Clerk Offices
Elkhart City Clerk229 South 2nd StreetElkhartIN46516574-522-5272
Elkhart County Clerk101 North Main StreetGoshenIN46526574-535-6469
Millersburg Town Clerk201 West Washington StreetMillersburgIN46543574-642-3976
Nappanee Clerk300 West Lincoln StreetNappaneeIN46550574-773-2112
Wakarusa Clerk100 West Waterford StreetWakarusaIN46573574-862-4314
Elkhart County Town & City Halls
Elkhart City Hall229 South 2nd StreetElkhartIN46516574-522-5272
Bristol Town Hall303 East Vistula StreetBristolIN46507574-848-7007
Middlebury Town Hall418 North Main StreetMiddleburyIN46540574-825-1499
Nappanee City Hall300 West Lincoln StreetNappaneeIN46550574-773-2112
Wakarusa Town Hall100 West Waterford StreetWakarusaIN46573574-862-2245
Elkhart County Marriage License Office
Elkhart County Marriage License101 North Main StreetGoshenIN46526574-535-6438
Elkhart County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Elkhart County Clerk Website
Elkhart County Divorce Certificates
Elkhart County Health Department Vital Records
Elkhart County Marriage Certificates & Records
Elkhart Public Library Database
Statistics
Married Couples 38,164 (53.2%)
Unmarried Couples 5,304 (2.7%)
Never Married Men 24,195 (31.7%)
Never Married Women 20,926 (26.4%)
Separated Men 1,055 (1.4%)
Separated Women 1,622 (2.0%)
Widowed Men 1,855 (2.4%)
Widowed Women 6,582 (8.3%)
Divorced Men 8,096 (10.6%)
Divorced Women 10,206 (12.9%)

Marriage Records in Elkhart County, Indiana

To find a copy of your marriage license in Elkhart County, Indiana, contact the office of the Circuit Court Clerk. You can also obtain a copy of birth records from 1882 to present through the Vital Records Section, which can be accessed by filling out the correct forms and paying the required fees. This office is open Monday through Friday. You can also visit the website of the Elkhart County Clerk to get additional information regarding the marriage license.

Elkhart County, Indiana marriage records are available in the office of the Clerk of Court. If you are a first-time requester, be prepared to provide a photo ID as proof of your identity. It is also necessary to provide information about any previous marriages, including birth and death records. You can also look up the address of the person who married you, if applicable. Obtaining a copy of your marriage certificate is a good idea, especially if you have children.

The Elkhart County Clerk of Court maintains marriage certificates and divorce decrees. Using the information contained in these documents, you can find your ancestor’s birth, marriage, and death. You can also find copies of marriage records and other vital records. If you have a copy of your license, you should visit the office of the Clerk of Court in Elkhart County, Indiana. If you need an additional copy, you should contact the court or the Elkhart County Genealogical Society.

The Elkhart County Clerk of Court has several different databases on the internet. Among them are marriage certificates and divorce decrees. You can search for these records by entering the county’s website address into the search box. After you type in the information, the page will show you all the records related to that person. It will also list any business licenses the person holds. There are many sources of Elkhart County, Indiana, which are important to visit.

Marriage Records in Elkhart County, Indiana can be viewed online or in print. The documents will include marriage certificates and divorce decrees. You can view the entire index of Elkhart County, Indiana by visiting the official website of the court. The information in the index is updated frequently. If you are looking for specific information, visit the courthouse of the Clerk of Court. You can also search for death and census records.

The Elkhart County Genealogical Society maintains the records of many funeral homes in the county. The Michigan State Archives is another source of information. Its collection of historical documents and photographs contains a variety of data. The Library offers a free online index to marriage records, birth and death records. Its website also hosts vital and tax sales. These sites provide access to a range of information, and you can use them to find your family history.