Page County Iowa Marriage Records

Search For Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Page County Clerk Offices
Page County Clerk112 East Main StreetClarindaIA51632712-542-3214
Coin City Clerk506 Depot StreetCoinIA51636712-583-3523
Page County Town & City Halls
Braddyville City Hall208 Main StreetBraddyvilleIA51631712-589-3322
Clarinda City HallSte A, 200 S 15th StClarindaIA51632712-542-2136
College Springs City Hall603 Pine StreetCollege SpringsIA51637712-582-3531
Essex City Hall412 Iowa AvenueEssexIA51638712-379-3444
Northboro Town Hall207 North Main StreetNorthboroIA51647712-534-2201
Page County Marriage License Office
Page County Marriage License112 East Main StreetClarindaIA51632712-542-3130
Page County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Page County Cemetery List
Page County Divorce Certificates & Decrees
Page County Marriage Certificates & Records
Page County Recorder's Office County Records
Page County Recorder's Office Marriage Records
Page County Recorder's Office Vital Records
Page County Recorder's Office Website
Married Couples3,325 (51.9%)
Unmarried Couples362 (2.5%)
Never Married Men2,251 (33.6%)
Never Married Women1,288 (20.8%)
Separated Men88 (1.3%)
Separated Women46 (0.7%)
Widowed Men191 (2.9%)
Widowed Women787 (12.7%)
Divorced Men659 (9.8%)
Divorced Women677 (10.9%)

Marriage Records in Page County Iowa – Where You Can Find Them

What is contained on the pages of Marriage Records in Iowa? Well, as every state in America has an official marriage record database, these public records are available for anyone to access. The only things that need to be done to obtain them are to know where to go and who to contact. This may seem like a lot of hassle, but it isn’t. If you have a computer with an internet connection, you can conduct an online search right from your home.

The government maintains these records because they are mandated to. They have to make sure that everyone is entitled to the same information regarding marriage. These public records would contain the names of the parties involved, their parents, witnesses and even the officiator of the ceremony. It can also include the marriage license issued by the county and other important information.

However, there is a bit of information that isn’t available for free. For instance, the Social Security Administration will only release information that has been requested. You will have to fill out an application requesting for information about either yourself or the person you’re looking for. If you get approved, then you will be able to access the records.

You might think that conducting searches like this is expensive. Not anymore. With the modern technology that we have today, it’s much easier and much more affordable than it used to be. In addition, these days’ websites offer a lot more detailed information than the traditional records from years ago. As an example, they’ll give you the complete history of the marriage, which happened when, where, how long and who were involved.

It is always wise to verify that the website you’re accessing has the correct records before you make your final decision. You can do this by either going to the website yourself, or by getting a copy of the certified copy of the records through the State. By law, only a court that issues a license can make such a copy official. That’s why you must get it from the proper place. If you have any doubts about where to find these records, you may want to contact the Iowa Vital Statistics Office and inquire about obtaining a copy.

Once you get copies of the marriage records, you can get the public record version of them as well. Like the federal record versions, the pages from the pages of the Iowa are all linked together. To search for any particular information, all you have to do is type in the name of the person of interest. When searching for marriage records, the name should include either the first or middle names of the couple. The record from the social security office is not available online.