Chippewa County Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Chippewa County Clerk Offices
Chippewa County Clerk629 North 11th StreetMontevideoMN56265320-269-7774
Clara City Clerk215 1st Street NortheastClaraMN56222320-847-2142
Milan City Clerk244 N 2nd StMilanMN56262320-734-4411
Chippewa County Town & City Halls
Clara City Hall215 1st Ave NEClaraMN56222320-847-2142
Maynard City Hall321 Mabel StMaynardMN56260320-367-2140
Chippewa County Marriage License Office
Chippewa County Marriage LicenseChippewa County Recorder, 629 North 11Th AvenueMontevideoMN56265320-269-9431
Chippewa County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Chippewa County Divorce Certificates
Chippewa County Genealogy Records
Chippewa County Marriage Certificates & Records
Married Couples 2,687 (53.5%)
Unmarried Couples 307 (2.6%)
Never Married Men 1,311 (27.6%)
Never Married Women 1,022 (20.6%)
Separated Men 31 (0.7%)
Separated Women 65 (1.3%)
Widowed Men 143 (3.0%)
Widowed Women 557 (11.2%)
Divorced Men 460 (9.7%)
Divorced Women 523 (10.6%)

How to Search for Marriage Records in Chippewa County

Marriage Records in Chippewa County Minnesota

Chippewa County is one of the most well-known counties in the entire United States. There are many resources that are offered by the Chippewa County government. For example, there are several libraries that offer a wide variety of books and periodicals that contain information on the history of the county and its people, including marriages records.

The best resource to turn to when searching for Chippewa County marriage records is the Chippewa County Record Office. However, you may have to go several months before you actually find what you are looking for. The county government does not keep official statistics on their records. Therefore, they will most likely post any information they receive through requests made by citizens.

In order to get the information that you need, you will need to complete a simple form. This form will ask for basic information about the person you want the records for. You will also be asked to give a reason for searching the records. These reasons may vary, such as genealogical searches for ethnic history or other purposes. Most records can be searched for free, but certain vital records such as marriage records are not available for free.

One way to obtain these records is to make a formal request through the courthouse in your area. Chippewa County offices often maintain public databases of information on their websites. However, since these sites are usually slow to load and prone to having errors, using this method may take a long time. If you live in a small town, it may be hard to locate an office that maintains records on its website. Also, since some documents are not available for free, you may have to pay a fee for a search.

If you do not know where the courthouse is located, you can perform a more effective method. One option is to contact the Minnesota Vital Records Registry, which maintains a repository of all of the state’s vital records. A physical address is generally required in order to retrieve the information you are looking for, but other information such as name, date of birth and more can be obtained. Marriage records are among those records that can be obtained through this resource.

For more information, you can also contact a professional marriage records research company online. By paying a nominal fee, they will retrieve all of the information you need from every county in the state. Not only does this service provide you with access to marriage records from every county in the state, but it also provides information on each of the weddings that were performed. Not only does this service offer you with information for free, but it guarantees that the information you receive is completely accurate. It is important to note that the fees that some companies charge are significantly lower than others. Therefore, it may be worth paying a few dollars to receive the information you need.