Linn County Kansas Marriage Records

Search For Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Linn County Clerk Office
Linn County ClerkPO Box 350MoundKS66056913-795-2668
Linn County Town & City Halls
Blue Mound City Hall203 East Main StreetBlue MoundKS66010913-756-2447
Mound City City Hall318 West Main StreetMoundKS66056913-795-2202
Parker City Hall310 West Main StreetParkerKS66072913-898-2710
Pleasanton City Hall1608 Laurel StreetPleasantonKS66075913-352-8257
Prescott City Hall202 West 4th StreetPleasantonKS66075913-471-4521
Linn County Marriage License Office
Linn County Marriage License318 West Chestnut StreetMoundKS66056913-795-2660
Linn County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Linn County 6th Judicial District Marriage Records
Linn County District Court Website
Linn County Divorce Certificates
Linn County Marriage Certificates & Records
Married Couples2,218 (50.0%)
Unmarried Couples316 (3.3%)
Never Married Men893 (23.0%)
Never Married Women767 (19.6%)
Separated Men43 (1.1%)
Separated Women94 (2.4%)
Widowed Men220 (5.7%)
Widowed Women472 (12.0%)
Divorced Men427 (11.0%)
Divorced Women372 (9.5%)

How To Get Marriage Records in Linn County

Linn County is one of the most populated counties in Kansas. One of the main attractions in this small northwestern Kansas town is its location. When one’s marriage records are in storage or otherwise unavailable, locating them is a matter of luck. There are a couple of ways to locate marriage records in Linn County. One of those ways is to ask relatives or friends, but if that doesn’t work, the easiest way is to do so by way of an online search.

There are several websites that offer marriage records and related information. Some are free; others have a modest fee. Nonetheless, all allow the public to access some, if not all, of the information that is contained in the public records. The fee-based sites also usually have more information than do the free sites.

Before using one of these services, however, one should make certain that it is trustworthy. There are many services that offer the service for free, but their databases are often limited and difficult to investigate. And while the free records are certainly adequate for basic research, they may not be able to give you the information that you need. For instance, it’s impossible to obtain information about someone who has died. So if you’re interested in someone’s death or marriage records in Linn County, you’re out of luck.

Paid services often have a wider range of information available. But it’s still relatively easy to get wrong, too. And the cost does add up — a single record can run you well over $30. This shouldn’t dissuade people, though. After all, there is no obligation to use these services. After all, records can be obtained for free, and then improved and more thoroughly investigated.

When obtaining these records, you’ll need to provide some identifying information about yourself, as well. You’ll have to fill out some forms that let the records company know where you live and which county you live in. Once this information is submitted, the records are pulled. And then they’ll be printed out in their original paper form.

The information found on marriage records in Linn County is quite extensive, including such things as where you were born, parents’ names and addresses, and more. Because these records are public record, anyone who requests them has the right to view them. They are also available electronically, so your searches will be very easy to complete from the privacy of your own home.