Keokuk County Iowa Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Keokuk County Clerk Offices
Keokuk County Clerk101 South Main StreetSigourneyIA52591641-622-2210
What Cheer City Clerk308 South Barnes StreetWhat CheerIA50268641-634-2590
Keokuk County Town & City Halls
Delta City Hall104 North 2nd Street WestDeltaIA52550641-624-2061
Hedrick City Hall109 North Main StreetHedrickIA52563641-653-4914
Keota City Hall309 East Broadway AvenueKeotaIA52248641-636-2266
Keswick City Hall124 South Irons StreetKeswickIA50136319-738-2621
Richland City Hall109 Richland StreetRichlandIA52585319-456-2511
South English City Hall407 Ives StreetSouth EnglishIA52335319-667-2715
Keokuk County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Keokuk County Divorce Certificates
Keokuk County Genealogy Records
Keokuk County Recorder Office Genealogy Records
Keokuk County Recorder's Office Vital Records
Keokuk County Recorder's Office Website
Married Couples2,385 (53.3%)
Unmarried Couples292 (2.9%)
Never Married Men1,059 (25.3%)
Never Married Women713 (17.2%)
Separated Men41 (1.0%)
Separated Women31 (0.7%)
Widowed Men143 (3.4%)
Widowed Women593 (14.3%)
Divorced Men514 (12.3%)
Divorced Women377 (9.1%)

Marriage Records in Keokuk County, Iowa

If you are looking for Keokuk County Marriage Records, then you have come to the right place. You can find the latest details about every married couple in the county by searching the public vital records. These records are available online and are updated frequently. You can also visit the Keokuk County courthouse to find marriage licenses and certificates. In addition, you can check the registrar’s office to find out how to obtain a divorce record from Keokuk County, Iowa.

Keokuk County’s recorder’s office is based in Sigourney, Iowa. Their main duties include managing public records and keeping them up to date. You can search for property taxes by name, address, and parcel ID. If you need to look for a death record, you can search by name and address, or you can search by property parcel ID. If you’re interested in obtaining your spouse’s birth and death records, you can do so through Keokuk County’s voter registration and elections office.

To obtain a Keokuk County marriage license, visit the Keokuk County Clerk’s Office. In addition, you can also search for inmate records through Vinelink. For a more complete listing of all residents, you can also use the state’s Census Bureau to locate information about your spouse. You can also look for marriage records by address or parcel ID from the U.S. Census Bureau.

If you are seeking the marriage license of your former spouse, you can also check the records of the former couple. The Keokuk County Recorder’s Office also maintains official records about real estate transactions. These records are important to identify people and can help you in your legal matters. This office is responsible for issuing titles, liens, and other vital documents. It also processes passport applications and issues marriage licenses.

You can also search for birth and death records. You can get information from the U.S. Census Bureau by address and parcel ID. You can also access the Keokuk County records office by mail or in person. However, you need to know that the Keokuk County Department of Public Health does not maintain vital records between the years of 1921 and 1941. But you can still get your vital records by contacting the county registrar and paying a nominal fee.

Keokuk County has two different offices that keep records of marriages. One of them, the Keokuk County Recorder’s Office, is responsible for keeping the official records of real estate transactions. Its main duty is to ensure the accuracy of these vital records. A certified copy of a marriage record in Keokuk County will allow you to prove the validity of the relationship. This office also keeps information about births, deaths, and divorces.