Wagoner County Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Wagoner County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Wagoner County Clerk307 East Cherokee StreetWagonerOK74467918-485-4508
Wagoner County Marriage License1St Floor Wagoner County Courthouse, 307 East Cherokee St.WagonerOK74467918-485-4508
Coweta City Hall310 South Broadway StreetCowetaOK74429918-486-2189
Tullahassee Clerk617 MainTullahasseeOK74454918-483-8331
Wagoner County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Wagoner County Court Clerk Website
Wagoner County Genealogy Records
Statistics
Married Couples 16,566 (58.5%)
Unmarried Couples 1,619 (2.1%)
Never Married Men 7,564 (25.4%)
Never Married Women 6,199 (19.9%)
Separated Men 309 (1.0%)
Separated Women 647 (2.1%)
Widowed Men 794 (2.7%)
Widowed Women 2,748 (8.8%)
Divorced Men 3,535 (11.9%)
Divorced Women 4,080 (13.1%)

How to Use Marriage Records to Check on Someone

Marriage Records in Wagoner County Oklahoma

There are many ways to obtain marriage records, but one of the easiest is to use the Oklahoma Vital Records Registry. All that you need to do is go online and put in your request for information, which can be done by fax, mail or by visiting their office in the Wagoner County Oklahoma State Office. You will need to have as much of the names of the bride and groom as possible, including their present address. Once you have this information, you can begin to search it through the Vital Records Registry for marriage records.

There are many places on the Internet where you can search for these records, including government sites. You can try out sites like Public Records Pro and Federal Data Entry for some fast and easy searches. These sites have huge databases of public information, including death, birth and marriage information. If you do not want to hire a private investigator to help you, they may be able to help you too. The good news is, there is usually no charge for searching.

You should know that the state of Oklahoma does not keep all of the records in its database. The state only provides access to the most vital records, which include births, deaths, marriages, divorce and remarriages. This information is kept in separate files at each county office. This means that if someone wants to look up marriage records for example, he/she will need to visit the county office to get the information that he/she needs. Unless you have a reason to know everything about someone’s past, it is usually better just to stick with the Vital Records Registry. If you want the most detailed information, then it is highly advisable that you visit the county offices to find what you are looking for.

It is important to realize that the information that you will be getting is of high value. Although Oklahoma has a high number of marriages every year, it also has some very high numbers of divorces. People will often use the Vital Records Registry to search for people who they want to remarry or to find out more information about someone they are already involved with. People who are looking for this kind of information may also use it to check on the children that they have now or to ensure that they are properly cared for after they are born.

Even though the information contained in these marriage records is publicly available, it should always be remembered that you should only use the information for whatever reason that you have. There is nothing worse than being caught out using such information. It can also damage your chances of getting financial assistance from lenders or even Favorites if they find out that you have been previously married. In addition, it may also jeopardize your Social Security application since it shows that you have previously been divorced.

The best way to avoid the risk of having to use the marriage records for any reason is to simply make sure that you double check everything that you are sharing online. When you do have information about someone, it is best that you cross reference it to make sure that it actually matches up. If it does not, then there are other places that can help you out. You may also want to seek professional help in order to get more detailed information on the information that you are compiling.