Linn County Iowa Marriage Records

Search For Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Linn County Clerk Offices
Linn County Clerk of Court50 3rd Avenue BridgeCedar RapidsIA52401319-398-3411
Marion City Clerk1225 6th AvenueMarionIA52302319-743-6350
Springville City Clerk304 Broadway StreetSpringvilleIA52336319-854-6428
Linn County Town & City Halls
Alburnett City Hall103 North Main AvenueAlburnettIA52202319-842-2692
Cedar Rapids City Hall101 1st Street SoutheastCedar RapidsIA52401319-286-5051
Center Point City Hall200 Franklin StreetCenter PointIA52213319-849-1508
Central City City Hall137 North 4th StreetCentralIA52214319-438-1713
Coggon City Town Hall118 East Main StreetCoggonIA52218319-435-2314
Ely City Hall1570 Rowley StreetElyIA52227319-848-4103
Fairfax City Hall525 Vanderbilt StreetFairfaxIA52228319-846-2204
Hiawatha City Hall101 Emmons StreetHiawathaIA52233319-393-1515
Marion City Hall1225 6th AvenueMarionIA52302319-743-6301
Mt Vernon City Hall213 1st Street WestMount VernonIA52314319-895-8742
Palo City Hall1006 1st StreetPaloIA52324319-851-2731
Palo City Hall2800 Hollenbeck RdPaloIA52324319-851-2731
Prairieburg City Hall109 West Main StreetPrairieburgIA52219319-437-1444
Robins City Hall225 South 2nd StreetRobinsIA52328319-536-0590
Robins Town Hall265 South 2nd StreetRobinsIA52328319-393-0588
Springville City Hall304 Broadway StreetSpringvilleIA52336319-854-6428
Walker City Hall408 Rowley StreetWalkerIA52352319-448-4359
Linn County Marriage License Office
Linn County Marriage License930 1st Street SouthwestCedar RapidsIA52404319-398-3441
Linn County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Cedar Rapids Public Library Database
Linn County Divorce Certificates & Decrees
Linn County Recorder County Records
Linn County Recorder Website
Linn County Recorder's Office Vital Records
Married Couples44,260 (49.7%)
Unmarried Couples6,428 (3.0%)
Never Married Men28,920 (33.4%)
Never Married Women24,695 (27.4%)
Separated Men838 (1.0%)
Separated Women1,408 (1.6%)
Widowed Men1,995 (2.3%)
Widowed Women7,809 (8.7%)
Divorced Men9,219 (10.7%)
Divorced Women10,287 (11.4%)

How to Search Marriage Records Online in Linn County, IA

Linn County, IA, is home to many vital records. Birth and death certificates, marriage and divorce records, and genealogy research are all available online. These vital records can help you verify the validity of a marriage and get other important information, such as birth or death dates. You can find a marriage license or certificate online to prove your marriage is valid, which can be crucial when applying for benefits related to marriage.

To obtain a copy of a marriage certificate in Linn county, you must apply for the record. You will need to fill out an application form and provide proof of relationship to the person named on the record. However, you don’t need to provide proof of relationship to obtain a copy of an older vital record. Once your request is approved, you will receive a certified copy of your marriage certificate. You can use this copy to update your name on your driver’s license or social security card. To avoid waiting for three business days, you can submit a waiver for $5.00. The waiver must be signed by the judge or an authorized representative of the county government.

Linn County has a dedicated recorder’s office, Joan McCalmant, who is responsible for recording all important instruments for the county. You can find copies of deeds, mortgages, contracts, plats, easements, and military service records. You can also search for vital records related to business, trade names, and condemnations. If you’re interested in searching for marriage records in Linn county, you should visit the Recorder’s Office.

Once you receive your marriage certificate, the Recorder will place it on the record. If you want to change your name after marriage, you will need to fill out a consent form with the former’s name on it. The form is available at the Recorder’s Office. If you’re sixteen or seventeen, you will need a witness who can sign it for you. You’ll also need a photo ID to apply for your license. If you’re a minor, you may need to fill out a consent form signed by a judge.

The Recorder’s Office is responsible for keeping accurate records of real estate transactions in Linn county. The Recorder’s Office also maintains marriage and death records for the county. They also maintain a record of all important public documents, such as deeds and mortgages. The recorder’s office is responsible for recording all kinds of important documents and is a vital source for information on the county’s residents.

Before applying for a marriage license, you’ll need to be a single person. You must be a relative or friend of the person getting married. You will need a witness to confirm your identity. The Linn county Recorder’s office will require that you appear in person. You’ll need to provide a witness if you want to obtain your marriage certificate. You will need a valid ID to apply for a marriage license in Linn county, so you should make sure to obtain a copy.