Butler County Ohio Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Butler County Clerk Offices
Butler County Clerk315 High StreetHamiltonOH45011513-887-3278
Butler County Clerk3230 Roosevelt BoulevardMiddletownOH45044513-425-8766
Lemon Township Clerk3839 Northbrook LnMiddletownOH45044513-423-1329
Middletown Clerk1 Donham PlazaMiddletownOH45042513-425-7811
Morgan Township Clerk5654 Cincinnati Brookville RoadOkeanaOH45053513-738-2888
Trenton Clerk11 East State StreetTrentonOH45067513-988-6304
West Chester Township Clerk9113 Cincinnati Dayton RdWest ChesterOH45069513-777-5900
Butler County Town & City Halls
Monroe City Hall233 South Main StreetMonroeOH45050513-539-7374
Seven Mile Town Hall201 High StreetHamiltonOH45011513-726-5565
Butler County Marriage License Office
Butler County Marriage License101 High StreetHamiltonOH45011513-887-3294
Butler County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Butler County Divorce Certificates
Butler County Genealogy Records
Butler County Health Department Vital Records
Butler County Probate Court Marriage Applications
Butler County Recorder Cemetery Records
Butler County Records Center and Archives County Records
Butler County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search
Butler County Veterans Records
Greenwood Cemetery Burial Records
Hamilton City, Butler County Vital Records
Midpointe Library System Website
Married Couples70,992 (52.0%)
Unmarried Couples9,568 (2.6%)
Never Married Men49,625 (34.0%)
Never Married Women45,037 (29.0%)
Separated Men1,988 (1.4%)
Separated Women3,206 (2.1%)
Widowed Men3,948 (2.7%)
Widowed Women12,552 (8.1%)
Divorced Men15,466 (10.6%)
Divorced Women19,086 (12.3%)

Marriage Records in Butler County Ohio

Information about marriage from Butler County can be obtained by looking through the Ohio State Record Office (OSRI) website or the Ohio Vital Statistics Office (OVSO). Both sites have records of all marriage and divorce records of Ohio. The OSRI provides you with access to vital statistics records. However, OVSO provides you with more detailed information about certain records such as marriage and divorce records.

The OVSO maintains a central statewide repository of marriage records. This repository is searchable via computer databases. OVSO provides you with details such as the county or cities of the wedding location, date of the ceremony, names of the bride and groom, witnesses and parents of the bride and groom. You can find this information free of charge.

The county records office in Butler County also offers some other record services. Such services include copies of deeds, land grants, mortgages, court judgments, minor children, death certificates and birth certificates. You can also obtain other important information such as military records, SS death records and census records. There are some limitations when it comes to using the information you get from the records office.

Marriage records are considered public information. Therefore, anyone over the age of eighteen who has legal authority to solemnize marriages can make a request for such information. However, an individual who is not a legally authorized party may request for the information either on his own or through a representative. However, the person requesting will have to provide documentation that they are who they claim to be.

Marriage records are kept in the county office where the marriage was performed. In some cases, the records are kept at the county courthouse and sometimes they are kept at the site of the wedding. Most people search for marriage records online. The online method is more convenient since it saves time and energy. Most individuals find it easier to use a website that offers the information free of charge rather than having to approach the county courthouse.

Since marriage records are considered public record, you can obtain copies from your county’s records office. However, you need to have some information available to provide for the administrative process including the full names of the couple, date of birth and social security number. After filling up the necessary forms, you will be able to get your records. Some online providers may ask you to fax some information such as social security number and proof of residence. This service is only available in certain counties. Hence, if you want to obtain these records, it is better to check out other options such as going to the county office and using the Internet.