Pike County Indiana Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Pike County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Pike County ClerkPO Box 125PetersburgIN47567812-354-6025
Pike County Marriage LicensePo Box 125 (Mailing AddressPetersburgIN47567812-354-6025
Petersburg City Hall704 Main StreetPetersburgIN47567812-354-8511
Winslow Town Hall301 North Main StreetWinslowIN47598812-789-2207
Pike County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Pike County Court Website
Pike County Divorce Certificates
Pike County Marriage Certificates & Records
Pike County Public Library Website
Married Couples2,854 (56.0%)
Unmarried Couples239 (2.0%)
Never Married Men1,136 (22.2%)
Never Married Women881 (17.3%)
Separated Men43 (0.8%)
Separated Women64 (1.3%)
Widowed Men287 (5.6%)
Widowed Women571 (11.2%)
Divorced Men596 (11.6%)
Divorced Women633 (12.4%)

Marriage Records in Pike County Indiana

If you’re trying to search for Marriage Records in Pike County Indiana, you’ve come to the right place. You can easily find the information you need to prove your relationship. This site has additional information about Pike County, including the location of cemeteries, birth certificates, marriage licenses, and obituaries. If you want to check a specific date, you can request a copy of the records online or by phone.

Pike County is located in southwest Indiana. It was formed in 1817 from parts of Gibson and Perry Counties. The clerk’s office keeps vital records, such as birth certificates. These are hard copies of documents that are important to keep and can prove a relationship. To obtain these records, you’ll need proof of the date of birth. To find your marriage license in Pike County, you’ll need to provide written documentation proving your date of arrival in Indiana.

A marriage license in Indiana is valid anywhere in the state, but the marriage record is held in the county in which the license was obtained. To obtain a marriage license, you’ll need to provide written evidence of your date of birth. Some counties may require foreign language documentation to be translated or notarized, so be sure to check the policy before you visit the courthouse. Obtaining a marriage license is easy, and there’s no waiting period. The certificate is issued the same day you apply.

The Pike County Clerk’s office maintains vital records and court records. Vital certificates are hard copies of documents. If you have questions about the content of these records, contact the clerk’s office or visit the Pike County Court website. The information provided here may be helpful to you in your search for marriage and divorce records. If you’re not able to find the information you’re looking for, you can search the Indiana State Library’s online catalog for more resources.

A marriage license in Indiana allows residents to marry anywhere in the state. However, the record will remain in the county in which the license was obtained. A marriage license is valid for one year. In Indiana, the records of divorce are not required to be filed in the same county. The marriage license must be renewed each year. If the date of the marriage is not the same in your state, the divorce is invalid. Alternatively, you can look for copies of the certificate by filing a lawsuit.

In addition to the marriage license, you can also find marriage certificates in Pike County. These documents are not available online, but can be printed out if you have the original. When you search for them, you’ll be able to obtain the information you’re looking for. You can also check the state’s history by visiting the Indiana State Library’s official website. You can even get eCards for the couples’ children.