Webster Parish Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Webster Parish Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Webster Parish Clerk of Court Website
Webster Parish Divorce Certificates
Webster Parish Marriage Certificates & Records
Webster Parish Clerk Offices
Cullen Clerk405 Coyle AvenueSareptaLA71071318-994-2263
Springhill Clerk101 Machen DriveSpringhillLA71075318-539-5936
Washington Parish ClerkPO Box 370MindenLA71058318-371-0366
Webster Parish Town & City Halls
Doyline Town Hall624 College StreetDoylineLA71023318-745-2625
Dubberly City Hall3465 Highway 531DubberlyLA71024318-371-9528
Minden City Hall520 Broadway StreetMindenLA71055318-377-2144
Sarepta Town Hall2448 Highway 371SareptaLA71071318-847-4198
Sibley Town Hall345 North Main StreetSibleyLA71073318-377-0345
Springhill City Hall101 Machen DrSpringhillLA71075318-539-5681
Webster Parish Marriage License Office
Webster Parish Marriage License410 Main StreetMindenLA71055318-371-0366
Statistics
Married Couples 6,830 (43.1%)
Unmarried Couples 485 (1.2%)
Never Married Men 5,596 (36.0%)
Never Married Women 4,560 (27.0%)
Separated Men 188 (1.2%)
Separated Women 435 (2.6%)
Widowed Men 732 (4.7%)
Widowed Women 2,328 (13.8%)
Divorced Men 1,613 (10.4%)
Divorced Women 2,381 (14.1%)

How To View And Retrieve Marriage Records

Marriage Records in Webster Parish Louisiana

The Louisiana Vital Records Registry is maintained by the Louisiana State Retirement Department under the supervision of the Louisiana State Law Department. All marriage records in Webster Parish are recorded and maintained in the Public Health Office in Webster Parish. If you need to obtain copies of these records, you can contact the Public Health Office or the Louisiana Vital Records Registry for assistance. Marriage records are kept in the various records offices in Orleans, St. Louis and New Orleans.

You can search marriage records by using the name of the couple, their parents or both, or by using the complete names of the individuals. If you are looking for records of a marriage that occurred in Webster Parish, you may be referred to the Orleans Parish Public Health Office instead of the Vital Records Registry. If you are searching for an individual’s full name, you will need to include that information when searching. If you need to search for one person’s marriage records, that person’s complete name and any other information related to his/her marriage is required.

To search using just the name of the individual, enter the individual’s name in the search box. The search will produce a list of matches from which you can choose the ones you want to search. If you would like to perform more than one search, you may find it useful to have access to the search function that allows you to make unlimited searches. The results are usually reliable but not always up-to-date, so it is still a good idea to go through them before publishing your results. However, if you are looking for more specific information about one individual, you may not need to access the Internet using his/her full name.

If you are looking for records regarding a specific county or specific location, you can use the exact spelling of the individual’s name to narrow down your search. For instance, if you are searching for an African-American man namedicksmith, you can refine your search by typing the man’s first name with the state that he resides in after “mith.” A more accurate search would be “Nicky’s African-American male mover.” As long as the spelling is correct, most public directories and databases have this option. You do have the option of choosing a different country if the person you are looking for does not reside in a particular state or in the United States, although the results of your search would then be limited to public files in these countries.

If you would like to see the entire background on a person that you are investigating, you can do so by conducting an online search as well. When doing this, you will be able to obtain marriage records that are filed in another state or in another country. For example, a person who was born in Germany but married in Florida can acquire Florida marriage records. An online search will give you the broadest possible coverage.

Marriage records are a very important part of American society. As the years have progressed, records have become more widely available. In the past, marriage records were typically kept at the county level. However, the dawn of the Internet has made these records available to anyone that uses search engines to conduct a search. Online services are very useful in providing access to these records from various states all over the United States.