Fayette County Iowa Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Fayette County Clerk Offices
Fayette County Clerk of Court114 North Vine StreetWest UnionIA52175563-422-5694
Arlington City Clerk755 Main StreetArlingtonIA50606563-633-2345
Clermont City Clerk220 North Industrial ParkwayWest UnionIA52175563-422-3234
Hawkeye City Clerk104 S 2ND StHawkeyeIA52147563-427-4830
Maynard City Clerk135 3rd Street SouthMaynardIA50655563-637-2269
St Lucas City Clerk101 W MAIN StSt. LucasIA52166563-778-2737
Westgate City Clerk104 North Cass StreetWestgateIA50681563-578-3258
Fayette County Town & City Halls
Clermont City Hall505 Larrabee StreetClermontIA52135563-423-7295
Elgin City Hall212 Main StElginIA52141563-426-5998
Oelwein City Hall20 2nd Avenue SouthwestOelweinIA50662319-283-5440
Wadena City Hall136 South Mill StreetWadenaIA52169563-774-2875
West Union City Hall612 Iowa 150West UnionIA52175563-422-3320
Fayette County Marriage License Office
Fayette County Marriage License114 North Vine StreetWest UnionIA52175319-422-3687
Fayette County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Fayette County Divorce Certificates
Fayette County Genealogy Records
Fayette County History and Genealogy Website
Fayette County Most Wanted
Fayette County Recorder-Registrar's Office Website
Fayette County Sheriff Most Wanted
Married Couples4,240 (51.0%)
Unmarried Couples590 (3.0%)
Never Married Men2,759 (33.2%)
Never Married Women1,886 (22.7%)
Separated Men91 (1.1%)
Separated Women64 (0.8%)
Widowed Men183 (2.2%)
Widowed Women1,076 (13.0%)
Divorced Men903 (10.9%)
Divorced Women893 (10.8%)

Marriage Records in Fayette County, Iowa

If you’re getting married in Fayette County, Iowa, you can check out the Marriage Records. These records contain information about the marriages that have taken place in the county. This includes the marriage license, wedding certificate, and any marriage decrees or licenses. These documents will help you determine the validity of your union. This information is necessary if you want to get any benefits related to the marriage.

To get a copy of a marriage license, visit the Fayette County Recorder’s Office. This office manages all public records in the county. You can find death and birth certificates there. You can also check marriage records in Fayette county. The State Archives has other vital records of the county. Generally, you can find these documents if they are 75 years old or more.

If you’re looking for a birth certificate or other vital record, you can find it at the Fayette County Office of the Recorder. You can also look up probate and court records. You can search the county’s recorder’s office online or in person, or you can contact the Iowa Bureau of Health Certificates. Be aware that it will take a few weeks to process your request.

Besides marriage records, vital statistics are another good source of genealogical information. Before 1880, marriages in Fayette County were recorded only at the county level. However, after the Iowa Department of Health was formed, marriages and births were recorded at the state level. By the year 1880, the Department of Health in the state required the recording of these records to ensure that the information contained in these records is accurate.

You can obtain copies of vital records by using VitalChek online. You will need to pay a fee if you choose to use VitalChek. The fee charged by the state is an additional $11. You can also request a copy of a marriage license from the Iowa Bureau of Health Certificates. The process will take about 60 days, but you can check out the information yourself. You’ll need to provide the basic information that you need to be able to access these documents.

The Fayette County Department of Public Health maintains various records that include vitals and marriage certificates. While the records are public for 75 years, some are not available to the public. Depending on the time of the day, you may need to wait for a few days for the records to be released. This information can be used to research your family tree and to find ancestors. It is the only legal way to trace your history.