Greene County Indiana Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Greene County Clerk Offices
Greene County ClerkPO Box 229BloomfieldIN47424812-384-8532
Greene County Clerk1 MAIN StMidlandIN47445812-384-8532
Linton City Clerk86 South Main StreetLintonIN47441812-847-7014
Greene County Town & City Halls
Bloomfield City Hall12 East Main StreetBloomfieldIN47424812-384-4114
Lyons Town Hall600 West Broad StreetLyonsIN47443812-659-2521
Newberry Town Hall430 Broad StreetLyonsIN47443812-659-3825
Switz City Town Hall230 Charlotte AvenueSwitz CityIN47465812-659-4466
Greene County Marriage License Office
Greene County Marriage LicenseCourthouseBloomfieldIN47424812-384-8532
Greene County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Bloomfield-Eastern Greene County Public Library Genealogy Records
Greene County Divorce Certificates
Greene County Health Department Vital Records
Greene County History and Genealogy Website
Greene County Marriage Certificates & Records
Married Couples6,905 (54.6%)
Unmarried Couples838 (2.6%)
Never Married Men3,280 (25.0%)
Never Married Women2,323 (17.3%)
Separated Men113 (0.9%)
Separated Women228 (1.7%)
Widowed Men443 (3.4%)
Widowed Women1,552 (11.6%)
Divorced Men1,939 (14.8%)
Divorced Women2,149 (16.0%)

Marriage Records in Greene County Indiana

You can search for Marriage Records in Greene County Indiana by going to the Department of Health’s website. These records date back to 1885 and are certified by the Department of Health. You can also search for birth and death records. To obtain this information, you will need to apply for a Greene County marriage license. You can also go to the local clerk’s office and request vital records by mail. The department of health has a variety of important records available, including marriage licenses.

Greene County was formed in 1821 from Daviess and Sullivan counties. The county seat is Bloomfield. This list is not comprehensive, so you may need to consult your local library for additional information. To find a copy of a Greene County marriage record, use the following links. These links will open in a new tab or window. The records you’re looking for can be viewed online for a fee.

The Greene County Genealogy Project has birth and death records from 1882 to 1994, as well as marriage and census records. Other resources you can check include the National Register of Historic Places Greene County and Cyndi’s Family History. To lookup any of your ancestors, the Greene County Public Library will have the information you need. They also offer GIS maps and parcel searches of the county.

In addition to marriage records, the Greene County Clerk’s website has a comprehensive database of vital records. This database also contains vital record indexes and online marriage applications. By searching for Greene County marriage records, you can discover if you are legally married. The records will show if the marriage is valid or invalid. The information can also be helpful for other purposes, such as tracing ancestry.

The Work Progress Administration has created an index of Greene County marriage records dating back to 1821. The index includes the name of the child, the father’s full name, and the mother’s maiden and first names. The WPA also lists the locations of the original records. The WPA’s index of Greene County marriage records is the most comprehensive source of marriage records in the state. It is also a valuable resource for genealogy.

Besides marriage records, you can also look for other vital records such as death records. You can find the state’s demographics and census information, as well as the state’s court system and the court in Greene County. You can even register for email alerts by using the department’s directory. The department of corrections maintains inmate records, so you can find the records of any individual. You can check the details of a person’s birth in Greene County by searching for a couple’s date of birth.