Columbiana County Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Columbiana County Clerk Offices
Columbiana County Clerk105 South Market StreetLisbonOH44432330-424-7777
Leetonia Village Clerk300 Main StreetLeetoniaOH44431330-427-6721
Rogers Clerk7517 Depot StreetRogersOH44455330-227-3293
Salineville Clerk34 Washington StreetSalinevilleOH43945330-679-0289
Wellsville Clerk1200 Main StreetWellsvilleOH43968330-532-2510
Columbiana County Town & City Halls
East Liverpool City Hall126 West 6th StreetEast LiverpoolOH43920330-385-3381
New Waterford City Hall3760 Village Park DriveNew WaterfordOH44445330-457-2225
Salem City Hall231 South Broadway AvenueSalemOH44460330-337-0937
Columbiana County Marriage License Office
Columbiana County Marriage License260 West Lincoln WayLisbonOH44432330-424-4071
Columbiana County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Columbiana County Common Pleas Court Marriage Licenses
Columbiana County Divorce Certificates
Columbiana County Genealogy Records
Columbiana County General Health District Vital Records
Statistics
Married Couples 21,200 (51.0%)
Unmarried Couples 2,545 (2.5%)
Never Married Men 13,176 (30.2%)
Never Married Women 9,681 (22.4%)
Separated Men 577 (1.3%)
Separated Women 826 (1.9%)
Widowed Men 1,402 (3.2%)
Widowed Women 5,345 (12.4%)
Divorced Men 5,230 (12.0%)
Divorced Women 5,468 (12.6%)

Where to Find Marriage Records in Colorado

Marriage Records in Columbiana County Ohio

Marriage Records in Colorado is maintained by the Colorado Vital Statistics Office, which is under the Department of Health and Welfare. These records are confidential and you will not be allowed to obtain a copy of this record unless you have a valid reason to do so. The basic reason as to why marriage records are sealed is to prevent identity theft. There are different reasons that may entitle you to have a copy of the marriage license, but the most common reasons would include genealogy research and background check for employment purposes.

Although marriage records in Colorado are sealed, it is still possible to obtain copies of the records from other states of the United States. There is an option for an individual to obtain these marriage records via the Internet. However, the Internet based process might take a lot of time and it may also involve a lot of hard work.

You may start your search with the city or town that you were born in. This would require some searching through the databases of the city or town. Using the name that you used at birth, you can conduct a reverse search using the resources available on the web.

For instance, if you were born in Denver, then you would conduct a background check by entering your full name together with the name of the place where you were born. In Colorado, marriage records are easily accessible provided that the couple was legally wed. If there are any discrepancies, then these will need to be resolved before you proceed with any information retrieval. There are some vital statistics offices that have their own websites which can help you get the necessary information. Some online databases do not require you to pay anything before obtaining this kind of information.

Marriage records can also be found in newspapers from the relevant town or city. The only problem with this method is that you may have to travel a lot just to get the information that you need. This is because a lot of these newspapers do not update their records on a regular basis so the information that you would obtain would be old. However, it is still worth a try because it does not cost much and you can access them at anytime.

Another option that you have is to visit the local county office for Colorado marriage records. Although this method is quite time-consuming and costs money, it will give you the most comprehensive and up-to-date information that you can have. The only setback would be the time that you will spend going to each of the locations since they usually only post marriage records in their office and not in the Colorado state or county. But for some reason, this is still a very viable option to consider.