Grant County Indiana Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Grant County Clerk Offices
Grant County Clerk101 East 4th StreetMarionIN46952765-668-8121
Fairmount City Clerk214 West Washington StreetFairmountIN46928765-948-4632
Jonesboro City Clerk414 South Main StreetJonesboroIN46938765-677-2014
Sweetser Clerk113 North Main StreetSwayzeeIN46986765-384-5664
Van Buren Clerk201 North 1st StreetVan BurenIN46991765-934-3991
Grant County Town & City Halls
Jonesboro City Hall414 South Main StreetJonesboroIN46938765-674-1196
Marion City Hall301 South Branson StreetMarionIN46952765-662-9931
Matthews Town Hall816 Wisconsin AvenueFairmountIN46928765-997-1542
Sweetser Town Hall113 North Main StreetSwayzeeIN46986765-384-5065
Upland Town Hall87 North Main StreetUplandIN46989765-998-7439
Grant County Marriage License Office
Grant County Marriage License101 East 4th StreetMarionIN46952765-668-8121
Grant County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Grant County Clerk of Courts Website
Grant County Divorce Certificates
Grant County Health Department Death Records
Grant County Health Department Death Records (Indiana)
Grant County Health Department's Vital Records Office Website
Grant County Marriage Certificates & Records
Married Couples12,274 (47.0%)
Unmarried Couples1,882 (3.0%)
Never Married Men8,744 (32.9%)
Never Married Women8,749 (29.7%)
Separated Men242 (0.9%)
Separated Women433 (1.5%)
Widowed Men995 (3.7%)
Widowed Women3,115 (10.6%)
Divorced Men3,471 (13.1%)
Divorced Women4,247 (14.4%)

Marriage Records in Grant County Indiana

You can obtain a copy of a marriage certificate in Grant County, Indiana. These records include certificates, registrations, and marriage licenses. The documents will indicate the validity of a marriage. Having a valid marriage certificate can be useful for getting benefits and services related to marriage. The state of Indiana’s health department keeps a copy of marriage records, but this service is not free. For more information, please contact the Clerk of Circuit Court or Superior Court in Grant County, Indiana.

The Grant County clerk has marriage, death, and probate records that date back to 1831. The Grant County Clerk has a variety of duties, including administration of court records, preparation of a permanent historical record, and performing wedding ceremonies. The office also processes and issues marriage licenses, distributes court documents, and maintains a registry of wills and other probate matters. For more information, visit the clerk’s website.

The clerk’s office of Grant County is an excellent place to look up marriage records. The clerk’s office has records from 1831 to the present, making it easy to trace a loved one’s history. If you’re searching for a marriage certificate, you’ll want to visit the Marion Public Library, which has birth, death, and marriage records. The clerk’s website also offers a free online marriage application form.

The Marion Public Library has a comprehensive database of vital records for the county. This includes birth, death, and marriage records. In addition to marriage records, you can also find obituaries, census information, and more. Using an online site, you can find a marriage certificate in Grant County. You can even apply online, which is the easiest way to find the information you need. This service is completely free and does not require a subscription.

If you are interested in locating a marriage certificate, the Marion Public Library also has an online database of sex-offender records. The site allows you to search by name, address, and even a date. It also allows you to download a certified copy of a marriage certificate. A certified copy is a legal document. This document must be legal and can only be used once. However, a free copy can be obtained from an uncertified copy.

You can also access Grant County vital records online. You can find a copy of marriage documents in the courthouse in Marion. There are also several websites that can help you find marriage certificates online. If you are unable to locate a certified copy of a marriage certificate, you can try contacting the Marion Public Library. You will be able to access the information you need at no cost. You can even file a request online.