Labette County Kansas Marriage Records

Search For Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Labette County Clerk Offices
Labette County Clerk501 Merchant StreetOswegoKS67356620-795-2138
Labette County Clerk201 South Central AvenueParsonsKS67357620-421-6370
Labette County Town & City Halls
Altamont City Hall407 Huston AvenueAltamontKS67330620-784-5612
Bartlett City Hall507 Main StreetBartlettKS67332620-226-3333
Edna City Hall209 Delaware StreetEdnaKS67342620-922-3841
Mound Valley City Hall411 Hickory StreetMound ValleyKS67354620-328-3411
Parsons City Hall112 South 17th StreetParsonsKS67357620-421-7000
Labette County Marriage License Office
Labette County Marriage License417 Merchant StreetOswegoKS67356620-795-4533
Labette County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Labette County District Court Website
Labette County Divorce Certificates
Labette County Genealogy Records
Labette County Marriage Certificates & Records
Labette County Services Index Vital Records
Married Couples 4,291 (53.0%)
Unmarried Couples 450 (2.2%)
Never Married Men 2,526 (31.0%)
Never Married Women 1,848 (22.1%)
Separated Men 61 (0.7%)
Separated Women 92 (1.1%)
Widowed Men 229 (2.8%)
Widowed Women 954 (11.4%)
Divorced Men 754 (9.3%)
Divorced Women 1,176 (14.1%)

How To View Marriage Records

The process of searching for Kansas marriage records in Labette County can be a bit daunting. It’s a very small county with just under one hundred and fifty residents. To search for vital records like marriage records, you have to actually visit the city hall of the county where you were married or have proof of your date of birth to prove you were legally married. This makes the county a bit difficult to search for records of because there’s simply so little data available.

There are several places you can search for marriage records in Labette County. One way is through the courts. Court documents like certificates of marriage and license records are public information and can be accessed by the public. However, there’s no way to get the information you want without paying a fee.

If you have enough patience to research the internet, you can find some interesting bits and pieces of information. Free public records searches do exist though. These are usually only for local government and county matters. The information you’ll receive will not be very detailed or current. You can use these records to see if you have any family member who may be connected to your spouse.

Your state or country may also have a marriage database that is publicly available. You can search for this, but most likely, you won’t be getting very comprehensive details or the latest data. The information is still worth a browse though because it’s a good place to start. It’s also a good way to see if there’s any public information about someone that you already know.

For those of you more interested in finding someone’s marriage records, there is always the option of paying a small fee to obtain the information you’re seeking. There are commercial databases that offer this service, but like many things in life, you get what you pay for. There’s really nothing worse than trying to do a background check on someone and then being disappointed when you discover they don’t have any public records information on file. Also, it’s important to understand that marriage records are considered public information so if you choose to use one of these services be aware that you may be liable for all the information you receive. Most reputable databases will let you do an initial search for a small fee.

If you’re doing this for personal research, I would highly recommend a paid service because you can conduct lots of them at once and get a lot of information back. If you want quick and solid information, then I’d recommend going with a free method. Just keep in mind that what you’re looking for could be totally irrelevant to who you’re actually dealing with.

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