Livingston County New York Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Livingston County Clerk Offices
Livingston County Clerk6 Court StreetGeneseoNY14454585-243-7030
Caledonia Village Clerk3095 Main StreetCaledoniaNY14423585-538-6565
Conesus Town Clerk6224 Conesus Springwater RoadConesusNY14435585-346-3130
Geneseo Town Clerk4600-4630 Millennium DriveGeneseoNY14454585-991-5000
Groveland Town Clerk4955 Aten RoadGrovelandNY14462585-243-1750
Leicester Village Clerk52 S ParkwayLeicesterNY14481585-382-3699
Livonia Village Clerk36 Commercial StreetLivoniaNY14487585-346-3100
MT Morris Village Clerk117 Main StreetMount MorrisNY14510585-658-4160
Livingston County Town & City Halls
Caledonia Town Hall3109 Main StreetCaledoniaNY14423585-538-4927
Canadice Town Hall5949 County Road 37SpringwaterNY14560585-367-2050
Conesus Town Hall6224 Conesus Springwater RoadConesusNY14435585-346-3130
Leicester Town Hall132 Main StreetLeicesterNY14481585-382-9419
Lima Town Hall7329 East Main StreetLimaNY14485585-582-1130
Livonia Town Hall35 Commercial StreetLivoniaNY14487585-346-6200
Ossian Town Hall4706 Ossian Hill RoadDansvilleNY14437585-335-7600
West Sparta Town Hall8302 Kysorville Byersville RoadDansvilleNY14437585-335-2443
York Town Hall2668 Main StreetPiffardNY14533585-243-3128
Livingston County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Livingston County Divorce Certificates
Livingston County Genealogy Records
Livingston County Historian's Office Website
Livingston County Marriage Certificates & Records
Married Couples11,979 (49.0%)
Unmarried Couples1,970 (3.4%)
Never Married Men9,844 (36.0%)
Never Married Women9,227 (33.6%)
Separated Men489 (1.8%)
Separated Women526 (1.9%)
Widowed Men701 (2.6%)
Widowed Women2,572 (9.4%)
Divorced Men2,818 (10.3%)
Divorced Women2,924 (10.6%)

Where to Find Marriage Records in Livingston County New York

It is now possible to find marriage records in New York. This information is made available by the county’s Vital Records Office, which is responsible for maintaining and updating public records databases. This information is used for many purposes such as locating people who are married, to check for any discrepancies that might be there, or for genealogy purposes. You will also find details on those who have been granted a divorce, those who have been awarded custody of a child, as well as anyone who has been involved in a criminal trial.

The New York State Vital Records Registry is basically an index to all of the county’s vital records which have been recorded and maintained over time. These records are updated and made available to the public on the Vital Records website. This database covers marriage records, divorce records, names, birth and death records for people living in and around the area. If you want to locate records for someone else or for yourself, this is the place to go.

Many people in New York and across the country want to locate records of marriages, however they do not know where to look. The good news is that these days it is very easy to locate marriage records or any other public record information. You will find several places online that offer these types of records. You may want to try a few before you decide which one to use.

In terms of the physical location of the office where these records are kept, this varies. Some counties have them maintained at their local county building while others keep the records at courthouses or county archives. If you are trying to find someone’s records, you would most likely need to visit the county building to begin with. Most counties have Marriage Records which is maintained in the building they are located in. If you need to find other county buildings, you would need to contact your county clerk for assistance.

The cost of these records can vary greatly. The location and county building cost is usually what leads to the highest price. It can also be more expensive if you need to get multiple copies of the records. The cost could be as much as many hundreds of dollars or more. It is important to remember that these records are public record information which is available to anyone who requests it. You should only pay for the records that you need to find.

It is also possible to access these records for free. If you have an Internet connection, you can find various web sites that offer these records and access information you may be looking for. Free services will often have some limitations. You will most likely be requested to pay for a subscription fee before being able to gain access to the information you want.