Dundy County Nebraska Marriage Records

Search For Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Dundy County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Dundy County ClerkPO Box 378BenkelmanNE69021308-423-2374
Haigler Village Clerk147 S Porter AveHaiglerNE69030308-297-3401
Dundy County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Dundy County Divorce Certificates
Dundy County Marriage Certificates & Records
Married Couples424 (48.5%)
Unmarried Couples64 (3.3%)
Never Married Men177 (23.7%)
Never Married Women164 (20.0%)
Separated Men11 (1.5%)
Separated Women12 (1.5%)
Widowed Men23 (3.1%)
Widowed Women137 (16.7%)
Divorced Men88 (11.8%)
Divorced Women87 (10.6%)

What is a Marriage Record?

The location of marriage records in Dundy County, Nebraska is in the Dundy/ Omaha area. The county courthouse is located at 1006 Wornsworth Road, Suite #2, Suite #3, Lincoln. The building is one of several landmarks in the area and is known as the County Historical Society. Records are kept in the individual’s name with the state of Nebraska.

The City of Lincoln is the ancestral home to the colony of New England. Records have been kept by the citizens of the colony since the beginning of its existence. They keep a copy of their marriages and also keep diaries that tell the story of their families and their travels. Today, they still keep these vital records.

These marriage records can be a valuable research tool for genealogists, as well as for historians. They contain the personal information of the bride and groom, which include the name and birth date of the mother and father. They also show the names of the witnesses at the wedding and where the ceremony was held. The information in these records is also helpful in researching family history and finding out more about one’s roots. As well, the location and date of the wedding may also reveal other important information about the location of where the couple lived at the time of the wedding.

The clerk of the county is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the records. They work with the various organizations to make sure that the information maintained is complete and accurate. They compile the countywide data base from records providers such as libraries, archives, and cemeteries. They also scan the discs and make hard copies of the records. To ensure the quality of the records, the backups are reviewed by the county auditor.

When you visit the office, you will be able to search all types of records, not just the vital records. You can also view the same information in different formats, such as microfiche, disc, or online. The staff can assist you in completing the necessary forms. If you have any questions, you can even call them up or send them an e-mail.

Marriage records in Dundy County are maintained manually, which explains the reason why they are a bit more expensive than most county-wide records. They are also kept in smaller portions. This means that more precise and helpful information cannot be found in a typical record. Because of these factors, some errors can occur. However, because every county is unique, the records in each location should always be accurate. However, a fee is required when you obtain any record.