Fulton County Kentucky Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Fulton County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Fulton County Clerk2216 Myron Cory DriveHickmanKY42050270-236-2727
Fulton County Clerk101 Nelson Tripp PlaceFultonKY42041270-472-3194
Fulton County Marriage License2216 Myron Cory DriveHickmanKY42050270-236-2727
Fulton County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Fulton County Clerk Marriage Records
Fulton County Clerk's Office Website
Fulton County Divorce Certificates
Fulton County Marriage Certificates & Records
Married Couples985 (40.0%)
Unmarried Couples99 (1.7%)
Never Married Men908 (35.9%)
Never Married Women786 (29.9%)
Separated Men127 (5.0%)
Separated Women80 (3.0%)
Widowed Men75 (3.0%)
Widowed Women433 (16.5%)
Divorced Men362 (14.3%)
Divorced Women297 (11.3%)

How to Find Marriage Records in Fulton County, Kentucky

Marriage Records in Fulton County, Kentucky is maintained by the Circuit Court of Fulton County. The clerk of court in the circuit office maintains all of the records for that county under the current records laws of Kentucky. There are several reasons why marriages may have been performed in one county and then recorded in another. There are usually some other people with the same name, who are living in the area and may have also gotten married.

Marriage records can be requested from the circuit courts of various counties through the records office. In many cases this is usually done online. Most of the request forms can be printed out and filed along with a copy of the marriage license, and they can then be mailed to the records office. Some requests need to be done in person. The circuit court will give the name of the person requesting the records, address of the request, along with the reason why the request needs to be looked at and how to proceed with the request.

Marriage records in the county of Fulton are maintained at the county clerk’s office. The clerk usually has a form that you need to fill out to request the records and return to the office. The forms are usually available from the internet on sites that offer filing services for the county. You have to pay for the records but they are usually pretty inexpensive.

Marriage records are confidential, so you will not see this information unless you ask for it. If you are looking for a copy of a marriage record and want to use a service to do it for you that is okay. But if you are doing it for personal reasons such as genealogy you should go down to the county courthouse to make the request in person. Marriage records in the county of Fulton are maintained on microfilm. To get a copy of it, you will need to apply for a records application. You will have to pay a nominal fee and you can have up to six years to look through it and see if there is anything that interests you.

You can use the fax machine to send an application or you can mail it in. You will need to let the clerk know exactly who you are and where you live. Marriage records in the county of Fulton are usually updated every year. It may take longer to receive them this way because the records are held at the county building. Once you have received your records, they can be used for any research you want to do.

Marriage records at the county building in Fulton County, Kentucky are not widely publicized because there are privacy issues involved. As a result, you may not find out the particulars of the marriage unless you take an interest in genealogy. However, you should still check to see what is being said about your potential spouse. Once you have found out anything that seems suspicious, you can take care of whatever else you want to do with the marriage records. In most cases, you can find out the marriage license history, the names of the groom and bride, and their parents on the back of the document.