|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|Buchanan County Clerk Offices|
|Buchanan Clerk-District Court||210 5th Avenue Northeast||Independence||IA||50644||319-334-2196|
|Fairbank City Clerk||116 Main Street East||Fairbank||IA||50629||319-635-2869|
|Hazleton City Clerk||111 3rd Street North||Hazleton||IA||50641||319-636-2559|
|Lamont City Clerk||644 Bush Street||Lamont||IA||50650||563-924-2194|
|Winthrop City Clerk||354 W Madison St||Winthrop||IA||50682||319-935-3317|
|Buchanan County Town & City Halls|
|Brandon City Hall||400 NORTH St||Brandon||IA||52210||319-474-2335|
|Hazelton City Hall||111 3rd Street North||Hazleton||IA||50641||319-636-2559|
|Independence City Hall||331 1st Street East||Independence||IA||50644||319-334-4711|
|Jesup City Hall||531 Prospect Street||Jesup||IA||50648||319-827-1732|
|Quasqueton City Hall||113 Water Street North||Quasqueton||IA||52326||319-934-3301|
|Buchanan County Marriage License Office|
|Buchanan County Marriage License||210 5th Avenue Northeast||Independence||IA||50644||319-334-4259|
|Buchanan County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases|
|Buchanan County Divorce Certificates|
|Buchanan County Recorder Website|
|Married Couples||4,565 (55.6%)|
|Unmarried Couples||506 (2.4%)|
|Never Married Men||2,488 (30.7%)|
|Never Married Women||1,670 (20.3%)|
|Separated Men||64 (0.8%)|
|Separated Women||102 (1.2%)|
|Widowed Men||160 (2.0%)|
|Widowed Women||955 (11.6%)|
|Divorced Men||732 (9.0%)|
|Divorced Women||781 (9.5%)|
Marriage Records in Buchanan County Iowa
Marriage Records in Buchanan County are available for public access. These are copies of divorce decrees, marriage certificates, and birth certificates. These are maintained by the Recorder/Registrar of the county. You can learn more about these records on the Buchanan County website. The information above is provided for informational purposes only. This site does not offer legal advice or services. It is provided solely for your convenience.
To obtain these vital records, you must apply to the County Clerk’s Office. The clerk’s office can process your request by mail or in person. The years 1921-1941 are excluded. If you wish to access the records, you must contact the Iowa Bureau of Health Statics. You can also make an appointment at the state office in Des Moines. If you are not local to Buchanan County, you can go online and submit your request for vital records through VitalChek.
If you’d like to obtain a copy of a marriage record in Buchanan County, you can request it from the Recorder’s Office. You can request the record by mail or in person if you are within the county. There are no requirements for obtaining these records, though they may take some time to process. You can also request them from the local government office. The state’s Office of Vital Records also offers other services.
If you want to find out your ancestry, genealogy, or family history, marriage records in Buchanan County are the perfect place to start. The Clerk of the District Court has birth, marriage, and clerk records that date back to 1880. The county courthouse has a list of deceased persons and their names. This information is taken from various sources, which may be incomplete or contradictory.
To obtain a marriage record, you must be a citizen of Buchanan County. Applicants must be at least 18 years old. You must be a resident of Buchanan County. If you are a resident of the county, you should contact the Bureau of Vital Statistics to inquire about the marriage records. Afterwards, you should look for the state’s Marriage Records in Buchanan County.
If you are interested in your ancestry, genealogy, or family history, you can find these documents in the records of Buchanan County. They can help you prove your legality and provide a proof of marriage. You can also find vital information for your relatives. If you’re a convicted felon, you need to contact the county courthouse to ensure that your case is legal. You can also check if someone is in prison in Buchanan County.
If you’re interested in a marriage record in Buchanan county, you should contact the local courthouse. The clerk will be able to help you get a certified copy of the record. If you’re looking for a birth certificate, you’ll need to visit the courthouse of Buchanan County and apply for a birth certificate. In a few cases, a marriage certificate will contain the name of the person who conceived the child.