Montcalm County Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Montcalm County Clerk Offices
Montcalm County ClerkPO Box 368StantonMI48888989-831-7339
Lakeview Clerk315 North Lincoln AvenueLakeviewMI48850989-352-6322
Montcalm County Town & City Halls
Carson City City Hall123 East Main StreetCarsonMI48811989-584-3515
Crystal City Hall217 West Park StreetCrystalMI48818989-235-4800
Greenville City Hall411 South Lafayette StreetGreenvilleMI48838616-754-5644
Stanton City Hall225 South Camburn StreetStantonMI48888989-831-4440
Montcalm County Marriage License Office
Montcalm County Marriage LicenseMontcalm County Clerk, 211 West Main StreetStantonMI48888517-831-7339
Montcalm County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
County of Montcalm Burial Records
Montcalm Circuit Court Clerk's Office Website
Montcalm County Clerk's Office Assumed Names
Montcalm County Clerk's Office Death Records
Montcalm County Clerk's Office Marriage Applications
Montcalm County Divorce Certificates
Married Couples 12,169 (51.7%)
Unmarried Couples 1,733 (2.9%)
Never Married Men 7,902 (29.9%)
Never Married Women 5,658 (22.9%)
Separated Men 440 (1.7%)
Separated Women 489 (2.0%)
Widowed Men 827 (3.1%)
Widowed Women 2,681 (10.9%)
Divorced Men 3,727 (14.1%)
Divorced Women 3,387 (13.7%)

Marriage Records in Montcalm County

Marriage Records in Montcalm County, Michigan is maintained by the department of public health and family services in the county. Each year during the Marriage Licensing procedure, new information on marriage-related matters is added to the current record database. Marriage Records in Montcalm County can be searched by the individual, the representative authorized to perform such searches, or by the official who conducted the search. The information obtained in these searches can help a background check or potential relationship check.

Marriage Records in Montcalm County Michigan

Marriage Records in Montcalm County can be accessed electronically. There are various web sites that provide information on marriage related matters, each with a differing degree of depth and detail. The Marriage Records in Montcalm County can be searched by the individual, the authorized representative, or by the state’s official public records retrieval system.

Marriage Records in Montcalm County may also be requested directly from the county’s recorder of deeds office. This office does not maintain any databases of information nor does it offer marriage records. Information on marriage records can only be obtained from the county recorder’s office. When doing a search for marriage records in Montcalm County, the individual will need to visit the office directly. The person conducting the search can only obtain the records that are in the record database at the time of the request.

The other option for conducting a search would be to use the internet and to visit the official website of the county. The information that can be obtained in a standard web site search would include: names of the individuals, their parents’ names and birth dates. Other information that might be found is the location of where the marriage occurred, the date and place of the wedding, witnesses present at the wedding, official or personal birth records of either party, the officiant or whoever performed the marriage ceremony, witnesses and the cause of the marriage. When using a site that provides access to county records in Montcalm County, other information that may be found is the names of the official witnesses at the ceremony and where they are living, their social security numbers, addresses, etc.

There are many places where marriage records can be requested. Individuals may want to request records for a wide variety of purposes such as researching family history, locating someone whom they lost contact with, researching genealogy, or for simply finding out if someone was married in another state than where they are currently registered at. Marriage records can also be requested from the county courthouse in Montcalm County, if that is where the marriage took place. The clerk’s office will keep a record of all marriage records in the county. These marriage records will include the names of the bride and groom, witnesses and the reason for the marriage, and the issuing authority’s name.

Some people search for these records online, while others try to find them through the official government websites which do not provide information. The official government website will only give minimal information such as the location of the office, names of the authorized officers, etc. The free resources on the internet do not have anything substantial to offer other than some lists of links and a word or two about each record. The best resource is actually the official county website where one can get a detailed background on each person with the proper information.