Seminole County Oklahoma Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Seminole County Clerk Offices
Seminole County Clerk401 North Main StreetSeminoleOK74868405-257-6236
Konawa City Clerk122 North Broadway StreetKonawaOK74849580-925-3775
Seminole County Town & City Halls
Bowlegs Town Hall120 Main StreetBowlegsOK74830405-398-4671
Cromwell City Hall100 JENKINS StCromwellOK74837405-944-5333
Sasakwa Town Hall105 Olive StSasakwaOK74867405-941-3002
Seminole County Marriage License Office
Seminole County Marriage License120 South Wewoka AvenueWewokaOK74884405-257-6236
Seminole County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Seminole County Clerk's Office County Records
Seminole County Clerk's Office Property Records
Seminole County Genealogy Records
Married Couples4,304 (46.6%)
Unmarried Couples594 (2.4%)
Never Married Men2,991 (31.0%)
Never Married Women2,405 (23.4%)
Separated Men220 (2.3%)
Separated Women265 (2.6%)
Widowed Men347 (3.6%)
Widowed Women1,372 (13.3%)
Divorced Men1,412 (14.6%)
Divorced Women1,457 (14.2%)

Marriage Records in Seminole County Oklahoma

Accessing marriage records in Seminole County, Oklahoma is easy. The best resource is the Oklahoma Vital Records Office (OKVOR) which can be contacted through their website. There are also other record retrieval sites that provide access to public records across the state of Oklahoma.

The Oklahoma Vital Records Office operates three state agencies; the Oklahoma State Record Office (OSRI), the Oklahoma County Clerks Office (OCSO) and the Seminole Tribal Office (STO). These three agencies provide services for the collection, preservation and examination of public records in all the counties of the state of Oklahoma. They also maintain records of blood, death and birth in all the Indian tribes of Oklahoma and conduct marriages and reunions among American Indian families. The office also maintains records of estate and trust, bankruptcy, residential leases and annuities. You can search for public records of these and other categories at their website.

If you need to find marriage records or some other public record, you should first visit the county office where the event took place. They will provide you with the information you need. You can then search online by entering the name of the person in question into their online database system. Most of the county offices will have all the information you need for free if you are looking for something like a driver’s license or social security number, but you may have to pay a minimal fee to access the rest of their records.

Marriage records are considered public record. This means anyone over the age of eighteen can obtain them. However, before you go searching for records you should make sure that you are not doing this for illegal purposes. Not all of these records are readily available online. You can only obtain access to them if you are a resident of the particular county where the marriage has been registered.

State laws dictate how the marriage records are stored and who can have access to them. Each record is assigned an indexed category. These can be found in alphabetical order within each category. For instance, the most recent marriages can be found first in the category that is known as the “current” or later marriages. The oldest ones can be found at last in the category that is called the “historical”.

Many people are interested in using public records to check family tree connections, locate lost relatives, or verify immigration status. Although many public records are available free of charge, they can sometimes be inaccurate. For instance, information on past marriage status is only recorded after a specified time frame. The information is outdated and is not current, as it has not been updated. There is also no guarantee that the data entered is even correct as the information can be incorrect and not reported yet again.