Sanders County Montana Marriage Records

Search For Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Sanders County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Sanders County ClerkPO Box 519Thompson FallsMT59873
Sanders County Marriage License1111 West Main StreetThompson FallsMT59873406-827-4316
Hot Springs City Hall109 Main StreetHot SpringsMT59845406-741-2353
Plains Clerk101 Lynch StreetPlainsMT59859406-826-3411
Sanders County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Sanders County District Court Clerk's Office Website
Sanders County Divorce Certificates
Sanders County Genealogy Records
Sanders County Government County Records
Sanders County Marriage Certificates & Records


Married Couples2,902 (58.1%)
Unmarried Couples197 (1.8%)
Never Married Men1,058 (21.3%)
Never Married Women728 (15.2%)
Separated Men53 (1.1%)
Separated Women23 (0.5%)
Widowed Men204 (4.1%)
Widowed Women531 (11.1%)
Divorced Men472 (9.5%)
Divorced Women556 (11.6%)

Marriage Records in Sanders County

You may not have heard much about marriage records, but in Montana there are a plethora of different counties that maintain such information. In the case of Sanders County, these marriage records are maintained in the county recorder’s office, and they can be obtained from there as well. The official website for the state of Montana does not maintain any information on marriage records at this time. This may change though in the future. If you want to find out the information you are looking for you will need to search all the county offices. Even then you may have a hard time because some states allow only one party to obtain the information.

Once you have located the office where the marriage records are kept, it will be necessary for you to fill out the appropriate forms. These forms will then be stored for official government purposes. This means that once the records are recorded, they can only be searched by the people who were involved in the actual marriage ceremony. You will have to provide a copy of your valid identification to prove your identity before you can search. Many of the records that have been filed in the past have been destroyed or have been removed from official records, so you will have to rely on other resources to get the information you are looking for.

There are many different places that you can look for marriage records in Sanders County. One of these places is the official government records website. Here you will be able to search through all the records that are available. This means that if you were hoping to do an extensive search, you will likely have to spend quite some time looking through various government offices. Fortunately, most of the information that you will find here is very detailed and accurate. If you want to find some specific information on a record, you will have to spend a little bit more time here.

Another place that you might want to check out when you are looking for marriage records in Sanders County is the county courthouse. Most of the information that you will find here will be very detailed and may not even be available online. In general, if you are looking for something such as birth certificates or marriage licenses you will need to talk to a staff member of the court house to be able to proceed with the request. You may also be able to look through the records of the person who was being married. You will need to fill out some forms in order to get information that pertains to this person.

When you are looking for marriage records in Sanders County Montana, you may want to try a notary service. Most notaries can provide a quick, easy and free service. The information that they provide may be limited to names and ages, but it will usually be enough to satisfy your needs. If you would like more information or search results, however, you will probably be charged a fee. Fortunately, you only pay a small fee if you need several records and you can usually purchase them by the hour.

If you are going to use a notary to perform a search on marriage records in Sanders County, you should prepare yourself mentally before starting your search. You will likely have to give up a lot of information about the couple in question in order to get the information you are seeking. If you can find a copy of the application, however, it may be worth paying the fee in order to get more information on the person in question. After all, if the person applied for and received a marriage certificate in another state, it is likely that they are legally married in this state. This means that they may not have a copy of their application on hand and that they will have to search for it online or through a notary.