Porter County Indiana Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Porter County Clerk Offices
Porter Clerk303 Franklin StreetPorterIN46304219-926-2771
Porter County Clerk16 LincolnwayValparaisoIN46383219-465-3450
Beverly Shores Clerk500 South BroadwayChestertonIN46304219-872-0046
Bums Harbor Town Clerk310 Navajo TrailBurns HarborIN46304219-787-8591
Hebron Town Clerk106 West Sigler StreetHebronIN46341219-996-4641
Porter County Town & City Halls
Beverly Shores Town Hall500 BroadwayChestertonIN46304219-728-6531
Hebron Town Hall106 East Sigler StreetHebronIN46341219-996-4644
Kouts Town Hall210 South Main StreetKoutsIN46347219-766-3312
Portage City Hall6070 Central AvenuePortageIN46368219-762-5425
Valparaiso City Hall166 LincolnwayValparaisoIN46383219-462-1161
Wanatah Town Hall104 North Main StreetKoutsIN46347219-733-2340
Porter County Marriage License Office
Porter County Marriage License16 LincolnwayValparaisoIN46383219-465-3450
Porter County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Porter County Clerk's Office Marriage Applications
Porter County Clerk's Office Website
Porter County Divorce Certificates
Porter County Health Department Vital Records
Porter County Health Department Website
Porter County Marriage Certificates & Records
Porter County Public Library Genealogy Records
Statistics
Married Couples 34,282 (54.2%)
Unmarried Couples 3,786 (2.3%)
Never Married Men 21,769 (32.5%)
Never Married Women 18,021 (25.8%)
Separated Men 591 (0.9%)
Separated Women 1,051 (1.5%)
Widowed Men 1,805 (2.7%)
Widowed Women 6,250 (9.0%)
Divorced Men 6,354 (9.5%)
Divorced Women 8,781 (12.6%)

Marriage Records in Porter County Indiana

If you’re in search of marriage records in Porter County, Indiana, you’ve come to the right place. You can easily find and access this vital record by using the links below. If you’re not familiar with the state’s vital records system, you can also find out about the various types of public records in Porter County. Birth and death records can be found at the local health departments in the county where the event occurred. You can also order these records online or over the phone. To request the records, you’ll need to provide valid identification and proof that you’re related to the named individual on the record.

Marriage Records in porter county Indiana

If you’re planning a wedding in Porter County, you’ll be interested in seeing the records for your prospective bridesmaids. Marriages in the county began in 1836, and you can access these records by researching the bride and groom’s names. The library’s online index includes both the bride and groom’s surnames. The marriage book number and date are also available. If you’re looking for a divorce, you can search for the case by the court name and case number.

The online marriage record database of the Porter County Public Library contains marriage and divorce records from 1836 until the mid-1950s. The registry lists the names of both parties, their date of birth, and the location of the wedding. You’ll find all this information and more by using the search function in the library’s website. You’ll need a valid library card to access the records. You can also find birth and death records in the same county, as well as obituaries. Finally, if you’re looking for a divorce, you can search the courthouse where the case was filed and the case number.

The Porter County Public Library’s online repository of marriage and divorce records contains an extensive collection of genealogy resources, including birth and death records. It also provides obituaries and marriage license applications. A full listing of marriage records in Porter County can be obtained by visiting the library’s website. You must have a valid library card to access the information in the online archive. You may also wish to visit the Genealogy Department of the Porter County Public Library.

The Porter County Public Library contains vital records of all ages. These records include marriage and divorce certificates, as well as death and obituaries. You’ll need a valid library card to access these resources. You may even want to consider using a genealogy search engine. If you have a local family history center, you can use the database to find these records. It’s not necessary to purchase a subscription, but the resources offered are well worth the time and money.