|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|Howard County Cemeteries Cemetery Records|
|Howard County Clerk Marriage Applications|
|Howard County Divorce Certificates|
|Howard County Marriage Certificates & Records|
|Kokomo Howard County Public Library Database|
|Howard County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices|
|Howard County Clerk||104 North Buckeye Street||Kokomo||IN||46901||765-456-2308|
|Howard County Marriage License||104 North Buckeye Street||Kokomo||IN||46901||765-456-2204|
|Kokomo City Hall||100 South Union Street||Kokomo||IN||46901||765-456-7444|
|Russiaville Town Hall||250 North Union Street||Russiaville||IN||46979||765-883-5739|
|Howard County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases|
|Married Couples||16,300 (47.2%)|
|Unmarried Couples||1,741 (2.1%)|
|Never Married Men||8,645 (27.1%)|
|Never Married Women||7,787 (22.3%)|
|Separated Men||521 (1.6%)|
|Separated Women||543 (1.6%)|
|Widowed Men||955 (3.0%)|
|Widowed Women||3,663 (10.5%)|
|Divorced Men||4,288 (13.5%)|
|Divorced Women||5,723 (16.4%)|
Marriage Records in Howard County, Indiana
Howard County is a central Indiana county that started recording marriages in 1844. If you are interested in finding a marriage record for a particular couple, you may be able to find it on this page. The following list may not be comprehensive. You can also search the catalog of the Indiana State Library. However, these records are only available online. If you would like to get a copy of a marriage record for a specific person, you can also contact the Howard County Clerk’s Office.
Howard County has an online database of marriage records. You can find marriage certificates, registries, indexes, and more. The links will take you to third-party websites, so you will need to do your own research. In addition, if you are interested in birth, death, and land records in Howard County, you can also visit the Kokomo – OHPL resources. These databases contain vital records, genealogy, and other information you may need.
In order to locate a marriage record in Howard County, you must first obtain a marriage license from the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. There is no waiting period, and you can take your license to the officiant. If one of the parties lives in another state, you must obtain a marriage license from the county in which you plan to get married. If you’re getting married in another state, you’ll need to obtain a marriage license in the county where the wedding will take place.
The Howard County Clerk’s office does not provide research services, so you’ll need to do your own research. In addition, they only have access to court and land records from Howard County, so it’s best to do some research beforehand. The dates listed below are the dates of filing for marriage records, birth, and death in Howard County. They are typically the earliest registration. It doesn’t mean that a lot of records were filed that year or that everything happened on that date.
The Howard County Treasurer’s Office has the marriage records in the county. You can search by name or address to find marriage records in the county. You can also search for death and vital records in the county. The U.S. Census Bureau has a wealth of information about the county and its people. The clerk’s office also offers census data and agendas for local meetings. These are just a few of the ways to locate marriage and death records. You can also use the internet to look up other vital records in a specific location.
To search for a marriage record in Howard County, you will need a valid marriage license. In order to find a marriage license, you’ll need proof of date of birth. Obtaining this documentation will require a valid Indiana library card. Depending on the state and local policies, you may need to translate or notarize your documentation. You can also access the county’s public court records by mail.