Lexington County South Carolina Marriage Records

Search For Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Lexington County Clerk Offices
Lexington City Clerk111 Maiden LaneLexingtonSC29072803-951-4635
Lexington County Clerk205 East Main StreetLexingtonSC29072864-852-2195
West Columbia City Clerk200 North 12th StreetWest ColumbiaSC29169803-708-3654
Lexington County Town & City Halls
Lexington Town Hall111 Maiden LaneLexingtonSC29072803-359-4164
Batesburg Leesville Town Hall244 West Columbia AvenueBatesburg-LeesvilleSC29006803-532-4601
Cayce City Hall1800 12th StCayceSC29033803-796-9020
Chapin Town Hall103 Columbia AvenueChapinSC29036803-345-2444
Chapin Town Hall157 North Columbia CourtChapinSC29036803-345-2444
Gaston Town Hall131 North Carlisle StreetGastonSC29053803-796-7725
Gilbert Town Hall345 Hampton StreetGilbertSC29054803-892-5207
Irmo Town Hall7300 Woodrow StreetIrmoSC29063803-781-7050
Pelion Town Hall1010 Main StreetPelionSC29123803-894-3535
South Congaree Town Hall119 W Berry RdWest ColumbiaSC29172803-755-2760
Springdale Town Hall2915 Platt Springs RoadWest ColumbiaSC29170803-794-0408
Swansea Town Hall300 West 3rd StreetSwanseaSC29160803-568-2835
West Columbia City Hall200 North 12th StreetWest ColumbiaSC29169803-791-1880
Lexington County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Lexington County Clerk Marriage Records
Lexington County Divorce Certificates & Decrees
Lexington County Marriage Certificates & Records
Married Couples55,282 (50.6%)
Unmarried Couples6,041 (2.2%)
Never Married Men33,689 (30.8%)
Never Married Women31,083 (26.5%)
Separated Men2,777 (2.5%)
Separated Women3,682 (3.1%)
Widowed Men2,759 (2.5%)
Widowed Women11,084 (9.4%)
Divorced Men11,114 (10.1%)
Divorced Women14,087 (12.0%)

Ways To Search For Marriage Records

Marriage Records is one of the most useful pieces of information you can find regarding marriage history. Such records are available for anyone to search through and it can tell you everything you need to know about past and present marriages. However, the information provided by public marriage records can also be used for other purposes. The following are some of the different uses of marriage records in Lexington County South Carolina:

Research by a Lawyer or Licensed Attorney: You can obtain a copy of your own marriage history in just a matter of minutes when you conduct your own research online. With this information you can gain knowledge about whether someone is married before or since you got married. You can also learn if there are children from a previous marriage or whether someone has undergone a name change. It can also show you other important information such as the couple’s parents, witnesses and the reasons for the marriage. All of this information makes it very helpful when making legal decisions like registering a new marriage or taking custody of a child.

Funeral Director: You can use marriage records as the basis of getting the information you need about a possible deceased relative. If you know where the person got married then you can easily get the date of birth and the civil status of that person. This will help you find out whether the person you are looking for is still single or not. It is also useful for the funeral director who needs to confirm the date and time of a funeral.

Estate Planning: By getting access to these records you can easily plan your estate and assets. You will be able to find out the exact number of shares owned by the deceased relative and also how much each of the people contributed. Such information is especially useful if you are going to transfer or sell assets. It is also a great way of keeping track of your family tree so you can trace your roots.

Genealogy: You can also find out the information you want about your ancestors from their marriage records. These records also tell about the parents and the marriage history of the people in the particular set of records. If you want to trace your genealogy then you can use marriage records to help you learn more about your past. If you are planning a wedding then it is important to check the records to make sure there were no mistakes made when signing the marriage contract.

Marriage records can be obtained directly from county courthouses, or from records online providers. When searching for marriage records, you should first search for the name of the place where the marriage happened and the date of the event. This is because different states have different databases of marriage records. When you find the place and the date of the event then you can start checking public records. Most of these public records are free but if there is some fee then you can get it. This can be a very interesting way to learn more about your family’s history.