Oklahoma County Oklahoma Marriage Records

Search For Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Oklahoma County Clerk Offices
Oklahoma County Clerk320 Robert S Kerr AvenueOklahomaOK73102405-713-1540
Bethany City Clerk6700 Northwest 36th StreetBethanyOK73008405-789-2146
Del City City Clerk3701 Southeast 15th StreetDelOK73115405-677-5741
Midwest City Clerk100 N Midwest BlvdOklahomaOK73110405-739-1242
Midwest City Clerk100 North Midwest BoulevardMidwestOK73110405-739-1280
Nichols Hills Clerk6407 Avondale DriveNichols HillsOK73116405-843-3358
Oklahoma County Town & City Halls
Bethany City Hall6700 Northwest 36th StreetBethanyOK73008405-789-2146
Choctaw City Hall2500 North Choctaw RoadChoctawOK73020405-390-9446
Forest Park Town Hall4203 North Coltrane RoadForest ParkOK73121405-424-1212
Jones City Hall110 West Main StreetJonesOK73049405-399-5301
Luther City Hall119 South Main StreetLutherOK73054405-277-3833
Nicoma Park City Hall2221 Nichols DriveNicoma ParkOK73066405-769-5673
Spencer City Hall8200 Northeast 36th StreetSpencerOK73084405-771-3226
Oklahoma County Marriage License Office
Oklahoma County Marriage License320 Robert S Kerr AvenueOklahomaOK73102405-713-1705
Oklahoma County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Metropolitan Library System Library Database
Metropolitan Library System Library Database
Oklahoma County Court Clerk Marriage Records
Oklahoma County Court Clerk Website
Oklahoma County Divorce Certificates
Married Couples128,390 (43.3%)
Unmarried Couples17,334 (2.3%)
Never Married Men104,642 (35.8%)
Never Married Women91,811 (29.4%)
Separated Men6,324 (2.2%)
Separated Women7,762 (2.5%)
Widowed Men8,204 (2.8%)
Widowed Women27,497 (8.8%)
Divorced Men33,955 (11.6%)
Divorced Women46,130 (14.8%)

How to Lookup Marriage Records Online

Oklahoma marriage records are considered public record, and all of them are recorded by the State Office of Vital Statistics. If you’re looking for Oklahoma marriage records, you need to make sure that you have the correct spelling of the person’s last name, middle name(s), and the date of birth. Marriage records in Oklahoma state are not available for free because they are required to be filed electronically, so anyone who wants to get a copy of them has to pay for it.

Typically, these marriage records will contain the names of the bride and groom along with their parents’ names, witnesses, place of marriage, and the issue of divorce if it was granted. However, the exact records may vary from one county in Oklahoma to another. Marriage records in Oklahoma are considered public record, and most counties in Oklahoma have their own website where people can locate such records. In addition, county records offices in Oklahoma publish these records online for the general public.

State laws require that the proper documentation is provided for anyone who wants to obtain information on marriage records or to file a request for the same. Without this information, the records cannot be searched and the results cannot be reported. As such, anyone who intends to use the information must first get the approval of the person being searched and then pay for the records. Failure to pay for the records can result in criminal prosecution.

There are two ways to search for marriage records: free of charge and with a fee. Free searches usually provide basic information about the couple such as their full names, date of birth, social security number, and the location where they were married. A fee-based search, however, provides more detailed information. It may retrieve information like the names of the witnesses, the case number, the filing date, and the cause of action. Some fee-based searches also give additional information like the registrar of records in the county where the marriage occurred, the case number, and county courthouse. Free marriage records searches cannot usually be performed for immigration purposes.

Marriage records can now be obtained from various states’ vital statistics office, which is usually accessible via phone or the Internet. Most of the information contained in these records can be accessed for free. However, if the information comes from a central statewide database, you will have to pay for it. However, this option is still very much available because most vital statistic offices hold billions of records.

To check for marriage records, visit your state or county vital statistics office. Each state maintains its own records; however, they usually connect these records to a central statewide database. This will allow you to search for these records from a centralized location. Information found from a search conducted in this way is usually accurate.