Coshocton County Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Coshocton County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Coshocton County Clerk318 Main StreetCoshoctonOH43812740-622-1456
Coshocton County Marriage License426 Main StreetCoshoctonOH43812740-622-1837
West Lafayette Clerk113 East Railroad StreetWest LafayetteOH43845740-545-6541
Coshocton County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Coshocton County Court of Common Pleas Marriage Licenses
Coshocton County Divorce Certificates
Coshocton County Divorce Records
Coshocton County Health Department Vital Records
Coshocton County Marriage Certificates & Records
Coshocton County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search
Statistics
Married Couples 7,667 (53.4%)
Unmarried Couples 858 (2.4%)
Never Married Men 4,228 (29.1%)
Never Married Women 3,114 (20.7%)
Separated Men 195 (1.3%)
Separated Women 151 (1.0%)
Widowed Men 504 (3.5%)
Widowed Women 1,836 (12.2%)
Divorced Men 1,617 (11.1%)
Divorced Women 2,020 (13.4%)

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Coshocton County Ohio is the county seat of northeast Ohio’s largest city, Cleveland. The City of Cleveland was named after Thomas Henry Cleveland, who was the first mayor of the city. The location of the earliest part of the city, referred to as Brushwood neighborhood, was close to the brook falls in the river Ohio. Today, the name of this neighborhood has been changed to East Boulevard, due to a zoning plan adopted for this area. Today, East Boulevard is one of the neighborhoods with the most consistent residential growth in the city.

Marriage Records in Coshocton County Ohio

When the marriages of couples were legally registered in Ohio, the marriages were placed in a public folder known as the County Record Book. This was made by the county or city that the marriage was held. This book has public records from each and every marriage that took place in the community. Marriage records are kept in this public folder by the county, which also provides copies of the records to any individual who asks for them.

Marriage records can be requested from the Ohio State Vital Statistics Office if you want to get information on a specific person. The request can be made through fax, mail or in person. The state office offers different services based on the information that you give them. Some services include an application form and copies of marriage records.

If you go to the county office for the records, you will need to provide information about the names of the couple, their parents and witnesses. Once you are done filling up the form, you will be asked to check your list. You will then be asked to hand over a copy of the application form. You may have to hand over a hard copy of the records to the clerk who would then take the copy and make a copy of the marriage certificate for you. Today, most of these copy machines come with a microfilm facility that stores the records digitally.

After getting the records, you will need to go to a certified copy shop that keeps marriage records. These shops are usually located in the regional office of the county where the marriage took place. When you visit them, they will give you a hard copy of the records. The cost of this copy is usually very cheap. However, it is not advisable to purchase a cheap copy because you can still do some alterations to the record to improve its quality and print out only those portions that are important to you such as your name and the date of the wedding.

When you purchase an online copy machine, you will also be required to purchase software that allows you to do some editing and converting of the records into digital files. You will have to download the software and install it. The cost of this is minimal and can be purchased from any computer store. This also reduces the possibility of human error while searching for the marriage records.