Randolph County Missouri Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Randolph County Clerk Offices
Randolph County Clerk223 North Williams StreetMoberlyMO65270660-263-1193
Randolph County Clerk110 South Main StreetHuntsvilleMO65259660-277-4717
Higbee City Clerk404 Division StreetHigbeeMO65257660-456-7414
Randolph County Town & City Halls
Cairo City Hall202 Main StreetCairoMO65239660-263-0850
Huntsville City Hall205 South Main StreetHuntsvilleMO65259660-277-3110
Jacksonville City Hall121 E Randolph StJacksonvilleMO65260660-295-4499
Moberly City Hall101 West Reed StreetMoberlyMO65270660-269-8705
Randolph County Marriage License Office
Randolph County Marriage License110 South Main StreetHuntsvilleMO65259660-277-4718
Randolph County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Randolph County Divorce Certificates
Randolph County Health Department Vital Records
Randolph County Marriage Certificates & Records
Randolph County Recorder Marriage Applications
Randolph County Recorder Website
Randolph County Recorder Website (Missouri)
Married Couples4,545 (54.4%)
Unmarried Couples283 (1.2%)
Never Married Men3,488 (32.6%)
Never Married Women2,529 (26.1%)
Separated Men181 (1.7%)
Separated Women222 (2.3%)
Widowed Men395 (3.7%)
Widowed Women944 (9.7%)
Divorced Men1,540 (14.4%)
Divorced Women1,160 (12.0%)

How to Access Marriage Records in Randolph County Missouri

Marriage records in Randolph County Missouri are maintained in a separate department of the county’s Record Office. They were created for the purpose of conducting a comprehensive computerized system for duplicating, analyzing, and cross referencing data on marriage license records and related information from all counties in the state. When someone applies for a marriage certificate in Missouri, they must provide proof that they are married. This proof can be a simple oath or affirmation made by the county clerk or a licensed attorney.

Marriage records in Missouri can be searched by names, addresses, or any combination thereof. To search all records in the county, you will need to have your information ready on how you want to proceed with the search (state, county, city, or zip code). When searching for records, you will be directed to pages of records if you choose to search by name, address or some other search type.

Most people find it beneficial to conduct a lookup either online or in person at the office. The cost varies depending on what you are searching for. If you are looking for general information such as name, date of birth, or location of marriage the fee is less than a nominal charge for each page search. If you are looking for specific information that is not found on the internet, you will need to pay a fee. Marriage records in Missouri are maintained by the courts and can be requested through the public records office.

A good place to start the process of requesting information is on the internet. There are many free public records searches available both on the internet and in person. Most online searches are free, but you must be aware of any charges that may be incurred once the information has been requested. When searching for public records in person, there are a few options that can help you save money. Some locations offer a free look up after you provide a valid email address. If you pay for the information by check or credit card then the fee is generally minimal.

Marriage records are considered public record. If you would like to obtain these records then you will need to approach the county recorder’s office in Randolph County Missouri. Typically, all requests are handled electronically. Once you have submitted your information to the county recorder’s office, it will be processed and the information will be available to you within a few days. Typically, the request can be handled that same day, although this does not happen in all cases. Marriage records are confidential, so only the person named in the record is allowed access to it.

If you are interested in obtaining public records for another purpose such as tracing your family history, genealogy, or simply trying to obtain information about someone, you may wish to consult the public records office instead. Many people search for marriage records to verify the marriage of a potential spouse. While some people will hire a private investigator to perform the search, obtaining public records online is usually more economical and faster. Also, because it is now easier than ever to search public records online, there are many reputable sites that offer to provide background information on individuals. If the person you are interested in does not list any social security number on their social security application, then you will not be able to obtain their past records.