Allendale County South Carolina Marriage Records

Search For Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Allendale County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Allendale Town Hall1296 South Main StreetAllendaleSC29810803-584-2328
Fairfax Town Clerk537 Allendale-Fairfax HighwayFairfaxSC29827803-632-3111
Allendale County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Allendale County Divorce Certificates
Allendale County Marriage Certificates & Records
Allendale County Probate Court Website
Allendale County Probate Judge Marriage Records
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control Vital Records
Married Couples1,080 (32.9%)
Unmarried Couples101 (1.2%)
Never Married Men2,076 (50.1%)
Never Married Women1,440 (38.5%)
Separated Men88 (2.1%)
Separated Women108 (2.9%)
Widowed Men225 (5.4%)
Widowed Women686 (18.3%)
Divorced Men474 (11.4%)
Divorced Women331 (8.9%)

How to Search For Marriage Records in Allendale County South Carolina

If you are looking for marriage records, the South Carolina Registry of Vital Records can help you find what you need. There are a few different ways to go about searching for marriage licenses and/or marriage records. By going online, you will be able to access these resources without even having to leave your home. However, some people choose to hire a professional genealogy company or private investigator to conduct the search for them.

What exactly is marriage? A marriage license is a legal document from the state that allows someone to legally marry someone else. The record will list the names of the bride and groom along with their parents’ names, the date of the ceremony as well as the marriage license number. In order to access public records such as this in South Carolina, a person must first make an application to the South Carolina’s Department of Health and Welfare.

How do I access public records in Allendale County? To start with, there are currently two different ways to perform a search for marriage records. Searching by name or initialism (first name, last name) or by location of ceremony is currently available. To search by name or initialism, simply enter the couple’s name into the provided fields. When searching by location, you must enter at least one place of the county where the event took place. Once you have entered all the required information, you will then be asked to pay a fee of $2.00 and wait up to five to ten minutes for your report.

Are there other ways to search for marriage records? Yes! If you are looking for certified copies of the records, there are a few places you can look. The fastest way to search for records is to look for the South Carolina Vital Records website, which is actually only a click away.

In addition to searching by name or initialism, you can also request certified copies of your marriage records online. You must fill out a request form and then wait a few minutes while the request is processed. Within a few hours, you should receive your requested records. However, if you would like to obtain the information immediately, you may wish to consider contacting the local courthouse where the ceremony took place. Many courthouses offer the information on their public record websites free of charge.

How can I access more detailed information such as the couple’s name, parents names, birth date, etc?? You can always visit the courthouse where the marriage took place or request the records from the Department of Health’s vital statistics office. Each state has different requirements in terms of how you can receive these records. For instance, some may require you to fax or mail paper forms. Others only require a phone call.