Johnson County Iowa Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Johnson County Clerk Offices
Johnson County ClerkPO Box 2510IowaIA52244319-356-6060
Hills City Clerk201 North 1st AvenueIowaIA52245319-679-3197
Iowa City Clerk410 East Washington StreetIowaIA52240319-356-5043
Tiffin City Clerk201 Main StTiffinIA52340319-545-2572
Johnson County Town & City Halls
Coralville City Hall1512 7th StreetCoralvilleIA52241319-248-1700
Hills City Hall90 1st StreetHillsIA52235319-679-2507
Iowa City City Hall410 E Washington StIowaIA52240319-356-5000
Lone Tree City Hall123 North Devoe StreetLone TreeIA52755319-629-4615
North Liberty City Hall3 Quail Creek CirNorth LibertyIA52317319-626-5708
Oxford City Hall205 North Augusta AvenueOxfordIA52322319-828-4742
Swisher City Hall66 2nd St SWSwisherIA52338319-857-4539
Tiffin City Hall201 Main StreetTiffinIA52340319-545-2572
Johnson County Marriage License Office
Johnson County Marriage LicenseJohnson County Recorder's Office, Administration Building, 913 S Dubuque StIowaIA52240319-356-6093
Johnson County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Iowa City Public Library Database
Iowa City's Oakland Cemetery Website
Johnson County Divorce Certificates
Johnson County Genealogy Records
Johnson County Marriage Certificates & Records
Johnson County Recorder County Records
Johnson County Recorder's Office Death Records
Johnson County Recorder's Office Marriage Applications
Johnson County Recorder's Office Marriage Records
Johnson County Recorder's Office Property Records
Johnson County Recorder's Office Website
Oakland Cemetery Burial Records
Statistics
Married Couples 25,428 (44.3%)
Unmarried Couples 4,428 (3.3%)
Never Married Men 26,741 (45.4%)
Never Married Women 25,229 (41.6%)
Separated Men 480 (0.8%)
Separated Women 762 (1.3%)
Widowed Men 860 (1.5%)
Widowed Women 3,182 (5.3%)
Divorced Men 3,812 (6.5%)
Divorced Women 5,044 (8.3%)

How to Lookup Marriage and Divorce Records Online in Johnson County, Iowa

Marriage Records in johnson county Iowa

If you are looking for information about a marriage or divorce in Johnson County, Iowa, you can use the state’s website to search for it. You will find divorce and birth records as well as other vital records. If you are interested in more details about a particular county, you can visit the state’s official site to get more information. Additionally, you can lookup birth certificates and other vital records online.

To obtain a copy of a marriage record, you will need to first make an appointment with the Recorder’s office in Iowa City. If the date of the marriage is more recent than 1839, you may have to visit the county courthouse in Cedar County first. For early records, you should contact the local courthouse. Alternatively, you can go to the District Court Clerk’s office to obtain a divorce record in Johnson County.

To obtain a marriage license in Johnson County, you will need to fill out the application form. The form should include the names of the parties and the date of their marriage. If you have been married before, you will need to include the date of your divorce and the date of your spouse’s death. It’s important to note that you will need to appear in person for the application. This will ensure that the document is accurate and reliable.

If you are married in Johnson County, you will have to send back the marriage license after the ceremony. If the marriage has been recorded, a certified copy will be mailed to you. This copy will also be good for any changes in your social security number or your driver’s license. Remember, a certified copy of the marriage license will last for three (3) days, and this time is the actual date of filing. If you are applying to change your name in Iowa, it is important to bring two witnesses with you. It is important to note that a photograph of the applicants will be necessary. A married couple will have to pay a fee of $5.00 to waive this 3-day waiting period.

The Recorder’s office in Johnson County is the place to obtain a marriage certificate. The certificate will be on record for at least seven years, and it will be used to update your name on your social security card or driver’s license. Unlike other types of public records, it is not easy to locate a death certificate online, but it’s still possible. If you need a certified copy, you will need to file a request with the assessor’s office.

The marriage license in Johnson County is the most important document for a successful marriage. The record must be certified by the state, which is why it is so important to show the certificate. The official records of a civil marriage in Johnson County can also be found on other sites. The Recorder’s office may have copies of previous documents. You can request the copies from the District Court Clerk’s office. The records of a divorce can also be obtained through the district court clerk’s office.