Oxford County Maine Marriage Records

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Oxford County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Oxford County ClerkPO Box 179South ParisME4281
Oxford County Marriage LicenseOxford County Courthouse, 26 Western AvenueSouth ParisME4281207-743-6359
Bethel Town Clerk19 Main StreetBethelME4217207-824-4171
Greenwood Town Hall9 Bird Hill RoadGreenwoodME4255207-875-2392
Rumford Town Clerk145 Congress StreetRumfordME4276207-364-4677
Oxford County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Bethel Town Clerk Website
Buckfield Town Clerk's Office Website
City of Norway Marriage Records
Conway Public Library Cemetery Records
Denmark Clerk's Office Marriage Records
Denmark Clerk's Office Vital Records
Denmark Town Clerk's Office Website
Fryeburg Town Manager's Office Website
Greenwood Town Clerk's Office Website
Ludden Memorial Library Website
Maine Department of The Secretary of State Website
Norway Town Clerk Vital Records
Otisfield Town Clerk Vital Records
Otisfield Town Clerk's Office Website
Oxford County Burial Records
Oxford County Divorce Certificates
Oxford County Marriage Certificates & Records
Oxford County Registrar County Records
Oxford Town Clerk's Office Vital Records
Oxford Town Clerk's Office Vital Records
Rumford Public Library Website
Rumford Town Clerk Website
Sweden Website
Town of Andover Website
Town of Bethel Vital Records
Town of Dixfield Burial Records
Town of Hanover Website
Town of Waterford Cemetery Records
Waterford Town Clerk Marriage Records
Waterford Town Clerk Vital Records
Waterford Town Clerk's Office Website
Married Couples10,596 (51.1%)
Unmarried Couples1,938 (3.4%)
Never Married Men7,430 (31.4%)
Never Married Women6,012 (24.4%)
Separated Men237 (1.0%)
Separated Women535 (2.2%)
Widowed Men662 (2.8%)
Widowed Women2,656 (10.8%)
Divorced Men3,900 (16.5%)
Divorced Women3,934 (16.0%)

Where to Find Marriage Records in Oregon

For the official details of your marriage, you will have to go to the State or County where your wedding took place and then request copies of Oregon marriage records. These records are kept in the vital statistics office either at the county or state levels. You will be charged administrative fees for processing may take several days. Your request needs to be filed with some specific details such as the names of the couple, date and location of marriage, names of witnesses or the persons responsible for recording the event and the signature of the officiator on the back of the certificate. The fee is usually paid through credit cards, money order, or a check that can be mailed to the concerned office.

There are several reasons why you would want to access Oregon marriage records. Some of them are to protect your family, trace genealogy, research your family tree or simply to check on your marital status. Whatever your reasons are, it’s important to file an application for records so that you can have them authenticated. They will also help if you plan to remarry in the future. People whose marriage was declared invalid by the court will also need these records. This is required for the procedure of obtaining a copy of the Oregon Certificate of Marriage.

There are several ways of getting the records from the state. One is by going to the State or County where the marriage occurred, pay the administrative fees and file the formal request. Another is to hire an attorney who specializes in this type of cases. He will charge you a fee but will use all the resources at his disposal to make sure that you get authentic and updated information. The attorney will also assist you in verifying your information and in providing proof in support of your claim.

There are several commercial record providers available online. They are reasonably priced and give unlimited access to the public. You can get the information on someone from this website within a few seconds. However, these commercial providers only maintain the record for a period of one year at most.

A simple way of getting access to the marriage records is to visit the county office where the marriage license was filed. You can also go directly to the port district or casino where the marriage took place. However, these methods are time-consuming. Also, you will have to take some physical effort to physically go to every county office to obtain the information. In some cases, the person you are looking for may live in another state or province.

The best and easiest way of obtaining certified copies of Oregon marriage records is to use online commercial record providers. They will provide you with the information you need and at a very affordable price. The cost of the commercial services is not much. You will be able to save money and time by obtaining certified records in Oregon.