Stone County Missouri Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Stone County Clerk Office
Stone County Clerk108 East 4th StreetGalenaMO65656417-357-6127
Stone County Town & City Halls
Crane City Hall120 North Commerce StreetCraneMO65633417-723-8305
Galena City Hall111 South Main StreetGalenaMO65656417-357-6226
Hurley City Hall202 Walnut StreetHurleyMO65675417-369-3420
Kimberling City Hall34 Kimberling BoulevardKimberlingMO65686417-739-4903
Reeds Spring City Hall22188 Main StreetReeds SpringMO65737417-272-3309
Stone County Marriage License Office
Stone County Marriage License108 East 4th StreetGalenaMO65656417-357-6362
Stone County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Stone County Divorce Certificates & Decrees
Stone County Health Department Vital Records
Stone County Library Database
Stone County Marriage Certificates & Records
Stone County Recorder of Deed's Office Marriage Applications
Stone County Recorder's Office Website


Married Couples7,827 (60.8%)
Unmarried Couples619 (2.0%)
Never Married Men2,595 (19.6%)
Never Married Women2,052 (14.7%)
Separated Men160 (1.2%)
Separated Women214 (1.5%)
Widowed Men521 (3.9%)
Widowed Women1,605 (11.5%)
Divorced Men1,621 (12.2%)
Divorced Women1,693 (12.1%)

Marriage Records in Stone County Missouri

Marriage Records in Stone County Missouri is maintained by the county courts and they usually charge a fee of $7.00 per copy. There are many ways to obtain public marriage records. These days, the Internet is one of the most popular ways to get these records. You can get details such as the names of the couple, the names of witnesses, their parents’ names and more.

Marriage records are considered public record and anyone can access them. They are a part of the public domain and you can search for them and obtain them from the various record providers. The Missouri State Record Board keeps a record of marriage licenses in the state. Marriage records in Missouri are available from the county courthouse in the county where the marriage occurred or from the state repository (the Missouri State Records Site). However, if there are problems or issues, the records can be retrieved from the Vital Records Office in Missouri.

Marriage records are confidential information and are kept confidential between the individual who holds the records and the one who obtain them. Therefore, it is essential that the proper procedures are followed when you try to obtain these records. There are some requirements that you must meet before you can legally get married. There are certain standards and eligibility requirements that you will need in order to obtain these records.

Marriage records in Missouri have been the subject of many rumors, mostly rumors concerning the person who is listed on the records. This has led to a lot of misunderstanding and even to the point of leading to its destruction. The destruction of records has actually happened on several occasions but it was usually stopped by the courts. It is important that the information contained in the records is accurate and for this, the courts require solid proof.

You can search for marriage records by using the Internet. In the Internet, there is access to all types of data. There are also a number of web sites that offer this kind of information and you can actually obtain these records online. However, you should be careful as it is easy to obtain data using these web sites, but at the same time, there is also a risk involved.

In the age of the Internet, you can even get records and information from other states. However, this means that you will have to travel a lot and you can be inconvenienced along the way. In fact, you can even be put in jail for the information that you obtained from these other states. If you want to save time, you can just use the newspaper method to search for marriage records in Missouri. This is probably the easiest method and is also free. You can even conduct this search at any time of the day, but the information that you get will be very limited.