|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|Grant County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices|
|Grant County Clerk||10 2nd Street Northeast||Elbow Lake||MN||56531||218-685-8282|
|Grant County Marriage License||Grant County Recorder, 10 2Nd Street Ne||Elbow Lake||MN||56531||218-685-4133|
|Herman City Hall||105 5th Street East||Herman||MN||56248||320-677-2297|
|Hoffman City Clerk||127 Main Avenue West||Hoffman||MN||56339||320-986-2448|
|Wendell Town Hall||590 State Highway 55||Wendell||MN||56590||218-458-2165|
|Grant County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases|
|Grant County Divorce Certificates|
|Grant County History and Genealogy Website|
|Grant County Marriage Certificates & Records|
|Grant County Treasurer's Office Website|
|Married Couples||1,465 (57.8%)|
|Unmarried Couples||123 (2.1%)|
|Never Married Men||556 (23.0%)|
|Never Married Women||399 (16.7%)|
|Separated Men||8 (0.3%)|
|Separated Women||41 (1.7%)|
|Widowed Men||69 (2.9%)|
|Widowed Women||274 (11.4%)|
|Divorced Men||221 (9.2%)|
|Divorced Women||212 (8.9%)|
Marriage Records in Grant County Minnesota
There are different reasons why people want to access public marriage records. You could be having some time alone and need to check up on your past and want to make sure that it is legally OK for you to get married. There are more people who go online to do a background check on a prospective spouse to see if they are worthy of marrying. If this is you, there are several options available online.
There are public libraries that have marriage indexes and records. You can use these to search for the information you are looking for. Most libraries will also allow you to use their computer databases which has access to thousands of resources related to marriage. You could pay a small fee to use these resources, but they are well worth it considering that the information you get is more extensive than a simple search using a library.
Your state or county may have marriage records available online, but you need to know what you are looking for to make your search easier and faster. Minnesota marriage records are stored in a central statewide repository known as the Marriage Licenses Record Database (MLD). The main purpose of this database is to make it easier for the public to perform searches on someone’s records and to locate them when needed. There are different options you have to search for marriage records in Minnesota. Here are some of them.
You can use one of the public record search options to get the information you want. This is by far the fastest and most efficient way to get the information you need. The information you get includes; birth information, marriage records, divorce information, and other vital information. In order to use this option, you will need to know the name of the person, and where to locate their records.
The next option is to use one of the state approved databases of public records. These records will include all the necessary details to locate the person you are searching for. It will also give you access to the marriage records for that particular county. You will be able to view the information that you require, as well as get the person’s social security number. However, it will take longer to get this information, and you could be required to pay for the information that you obtain.
Another option is to use one of the free services that provide such records. You could easily find such sites and perform a search from them. However, they will only be able to give you limited information. If you want more information, you will have to pay for it, and this could end up being more expensive than using one of the state approved databases. You can also do unlimited searches with these websites, but be aware that the information you obtain from these websites is rather limited.