Scott County Kentucky Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Scott County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Scott County Clerk101 East Main StreetGeorgetownKY40324502-863-7875
Scott County Marriage License101 East Main StreetGeorgetownKY40324502-863-7875
Georgetown City Hall629 North Broadway StreetGeorgetownKY40324502-868-6763
Sadieville City Hall605 Pike StreetSadievilleKY40370502-857-4576
Stamping Ground City Hall3374 Main StreetStamping GroundKY40379502-535-6114
Scott County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Scott County Clerk County Records
Scott County Divorce Certificates
Scott County Genealogy Records
Scott County Marriage Certificates & Records
Scott County Public Library Genealogy Records
Married Couples11,463 (58.2%)
Unmarried Couples1,210 (2.4%)
Never Married Men5,450 (27.0%)
Never Married Women4,748 (22.8%)
Separated Men385 (1.9%)
Separated Women389 (1.9%)
Widowed Men407 (2.0%)
Widowed Women1,442 (6.9%)
Divorced Men1,884 (9.3%)
Divorced Women2,574 (12.3%)

Marriage Records in Scottsdale County Kentucky

Kentucky’s marriage records are considered to be public information and they can be obtained from the Office of Vital Records in Scottsdale, Arizona. You’ll find that there are quite a few options when it comes to searching for information about someone’s marriage history. Although marriage records are considered to be public record, certain portions of them (like a couple’s name) remain private, so you may not be able to obtain everything you’re looking for. In order to narrow down your search for these records, you’ll need to know where and how to look.

The first thing that you’ll want to do is look up the person’s birth date. Marriage records will generally contain the names of the bride and groom, their parents’ names, and the mother’s maiden name if she was married before or during the time of the wedding (if it was prior). Along with this information, you’ll want to verify their Social Security number. You can do this by contacting the Social Security Administration and requesting either a letter or verification of their Social Security number.

If you do not have any luck with the above methods for verifying information about your prospective marriage records in Scottsdale, you can check out one of the many commercial data base services that are available online. Commercial databases will give you access to all of the marriage records that you could ever need, and they’re usually completely accurate. It’s a good idea to look into these services as a backup or in addition to the free methods mentioned above, in order to make sure that you have complete and accurate information. Just because you have to pay for something doesn’t mean it has to be of poor quality. Most of these services offer more than just their website, but they’ll also give you access to their phone numbers as well.

Once you’ve found the service that you’re interested in using, you’ll want to gather together all of the information that you need. Most services will offer you the names of the couple, the year that the wedding occurred, and the location. You’ll want to gather this information, especially if you plan on asking the question of what marriage license was issued for. Depending on what state you were born in, some of the information that you’ll be asked may not actually apply. For example, in Kentucky, if you were born in Illinois, you’ll want to tell them the state of residence.

After you’ve got all of your information, you’ll probably want to do a little bit of digging. In most states, marriage records are kept by county clerks. If you’re looking for records in Scottsdale County, you’ll want to start with your own county clerk. They should keep these records, but if they don’t, you’ll have to move on.

There are a few options when it comes to finding marriage records. If you’re looking for them in the physical paper format, you can find a local office that keeps these records. They should be able to direct you to the location of where they’re kept. However, this process can be time consuming and frustrating. If you’re looking online for Scottsdale County marriage records, you’ll probably want to use one of the online services that can make the whole process easier on you.