Allen County Kansas Marriage Records

Search For Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Allen County Clerk Offices
Allen County Clerk1 North Washington StreetIolaKS66749620-365-1407
Moran City Clerk339 Cedar StreetMoranKS66755620-237-4271
Allen County Town & City Halls
Gas City Hall228 North Taylor StreetIolaKS66749620-365-3034
Humboldt City Hall725 Bridge StreetHumboldtKS66748620-473-3232
La Harpe City Hall902 South Washington StreetLa HarpeKS66751620-496-2241
Savonburg City Hall101 South Walnut StreetSavonburgKS66772620-754-3466
Allen County Marriage License Office
Allen County Marriage License1 North Washington AvenueIolaKS66749620-365-1407
Allen County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Allen County 31St Judicial District Court Marriage Applications
Allen County Burial Records
Allen County District Court Website
Allen County Divorce Certificates
Allen County Genealogy Records
Allen County Genealogy Records (Kentucky)
Allen County Marriage Certificates & Records
Married Couples2,605 (48.9%)
Unmarried Couples214 (1.7%)
Never Married Men1,551 (30.7%)
Never Married Women966 (18.4%)
Separated Men67 (1.3%)
Separated Women150 (2.9%)
Widowed Men219 (4.3%)
Widowed Women623 (11.9%)
Divorced Men670 (13.2%)
Divorced Women694 (13.3%)

Marriage Records

In Allen County, Missouri you will find that marriage records are kept by the county and you need to go to the correct county courthouse to obtain these documents. You should make note of the county where the marriage happened. Most counties have separate registries for marriage and divorce. When you go to an Allen County Courthouse, you will need to fill out an application to get the records. You will need to provide proof of age and identity and sign the application in front of the clerk. This application can be done online or at the county office.

Some of the information you will need to find out marriage records in Arkansas is the names of the two people involved in the ceremony. You will also need to provide their addresses. The names of the witnesses will also be required. If children are being involved you will also need their birth dates, social security numbers, parent’s names and birth dates.

There are many ways you can access marriage records in Arkansas. You can use the department of corrections online to search the records. However, this service does not come free, it is just one dollar. It does give you a lot of information but you may have to pay for the report. Most of the records in this system are from before 1950’s and you will not get the information about the divorce or remarrying.

The other option for getting records in Arkansas is the internet. There are many paid records directories on the internet. However there is no guarantee that they have all the information including divorce and marriage certificates. You need to take caution and research the website thoroughly before using their services.

You can also go to the local county courthouse for the records and pay the fee if they allow you to download the information online. This option is more convenient but you may have to wait for the records. It is also more expensive than online search.

The last and most reliable way to get information about marriage records in Arkansas is to go to the websites of the micro-state agencies. These private agencies keep the information for you in digital format. They usually charge a nominal fee for the information. However the advantage is that you get the information quickly and you do not need to wait in line with the court for the record.