Niagara County Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Niagara County Clerk Offices
Niagara County Clerk175 Hawley StreetLockportNY14094716-439-7177
Middleport Village Clerk24 Main StreetMiddleportNY14105716-735-3303
Newfane Town Clerk2896 Transit RoadNewfaneNY14108716-778-8822
North Tonawanda Clerk216 Payne AvenueNorth TonawandaNY14120716-695-8555
Porter Town Clerk3265 Creek RoadYoungstownNY14174716-745-3730
Royalton Town Clerk5316 Royalton Center RoadMiddleportNY14105716-772-2431
Somerset Town Clerk8700 Haight RoadBarkerNY14012716-795-3575
Wheatfield Town Clerk2800 Church RoadNorth TonawandaNY14120716-694-6680
Wilson Town Clerk375 Lake StreetWilsonNY14172716-751-6704
Niagara County Town & City Halls
Niagara Falls City Hall745 Main StreetNiagara FallsNY14301716-286-4300
Niagara Town Hall7105 Lockport RoadNiagara FallsNY14305716-297-2150
Lewiston Town Hall1375 Ridge RoadLewistonNY14092716-754-8213
Lockport City Hall1 Locks PlazaLockportNY14094716-439-6754
Lockport Town Hall6560 Dysinger RoadLockportNY14094716-439-9524
Newfane Town Hall2737 Main StreetNewfaneNY14108716-778-6052
North Tonawanda City Hall216 Payne AvenueNorth TonawandaNY14120716-695-8555
Pendleton Town Hall6570 Campbell BoulevardLockportNY14094716-625-8833
Porter Town Hall3265 Creek RoadYoungstownNY14174716-745-3730
Royalton Town Hall5316 Royalton Center RoadMiddleportNY14105716-772-2431
Sanborn Town Hall4160 Upper Mountain RoadSanbornNY14132716-433-7664
Somerset Town Hall8700 Haight RdBarkerNY14012716-795-3575
Niagara County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Niagara County Divorce Certificates
Niagara County Marriage Certificates & Records
Niagara County Records
Statistics
Married Couples 39,824 (45.3%)
Unmarried Couples 5,884 (2.8%)
Never Married Men 30,716 (35.8%)
Never Married Women 26,661 (29.1%)
Separated Men 1,457 (1.7%)
Separated Women 1,938 (2.1%)
Widowed Men 2,795 (3.3%)
Widowed Women 10,026 (10.9%)
Divorced Men 8,881 (10.4%)
Divorced Women 11,079 (12.1%)

Where to Search Marriage Records in Niagara County New York

Marriage Records in Niagara County are considered public information. This means you can obtain these documents from the City of New York’s Vital Records Office in downtown Niagara. In the county, these vital records are processed and stored at the county building.

The New York State Freedom of Information Act allows access to a wide variety of information, including public records. These laws were created so that the citizens could have access to accurate information about everything from birth certificates to marriage licenses. This act is not only in place for the general public, it is also a requirement if someone wishes to remarry or get a divorce in New York State.

To perform a search, you’ll need to visit the city’s Vital Records Office in downtown Niagara. To do this, simply go to the building. On the first floor, you’ll find the vital records office. Here, you’ll be able to register for services such as marriage and death certificates. If you need a record such as a marriage license, you’ll need to schedule an appointment with the records office. Once you’ve done so, the clerk will let you know when there are records available for your search.

When searching for marriage records in Niagara County, you have to keep in mind that the information is considered public record. That means it is available for anyone who requests it. However, the information in these records is considered private, except in cases where the request is made for investigative purposes or to protect the individual’s identity. For example, a person may want to conduct a background check on a potential spouse. In this case, knowing that the person has marriage records is beneficial.

In some cases, the information provided in the records is more detailed than just the name and the date of the wedding. You’ll find personal information about the couple, their parents and their children. The full names of the groom and the bride along with their parents’ names are also found in the marriage records. The social security number of the couple is sometimes included, as is the birth date and other information considered a matter of public record.

Marriage records are considered public information, so you can perform an Internet search. In many cases, this will yield good results. However, if you have any additional information you’d like to add (such as the personal details of one or both parents), you may have to pay a small fee to obtain that information. The amount is usually small, depending on what information you’re searching for. In some instances, you may even be asked to pay a minimal fee if you have specialized needs for the information.