Faulk County Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Faulk County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Faulk Clerk of Courts110 9th AvenueFaulktonSD57438605-598-6223
Faulkton City Hall105 8th AvenueFaulktonSD57438605-598-4322
Cresbard Town Hall305 Main StreetCresbardSD57435605-324-3619
Faulk County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Faulk County Genealogy Records
Faulk County Register of Deeds Website
Statistics
Married Couples 478 (50.6%)
Unmarried Couples 45 (2.3%)
Never Married Men 312 (32.6%)
Never Married Women 216 (23.3%)
Separated Men 6 (0.6%)
Separated Women
Widowed Men 30 (3.1%)
Widowed Women 168 (18.1%)
Divorced Men 89 (9.3%)
Divorced Women 73 (7.9%)

Marriage Records in Faulk County

Marriage Records in Faulk County South Dakota

Marriage Records in Faulk County South Dakota is maintained by the South Dakota State Patrol and are available to anyone who requests them through their website. The fee is a nominal $7.00 and includes a certificate of authenticity, which allows the individual to have a printed copy for their records. The same information that you would find in a county register of deeds search.

There is a fee that must be paid before a record can be certified but the cost is nominal. If you would like to obtain the fee waived, you must request the records within three years of the date of record retrieval. To apply, you must contact the Faulk County Records Division. To receive a certified copy of the record, you must mail to the address provided on the form. Certified copies are often mailed to an address of your choosing.

All United States areas have public information files for marriage records. Some states allow the public to access these files for a fee or they may be available for free as a resource. Marriage records in Faulk County are no exception. You can search online for the marriage record that you require or you can go to the county recorder’s office if they are not available online. Many times the county offices offer this service but you will have to make several phone calls.

Marriage records are considered public information and you are allowed to search for them. This means that you are legally allowed to obtain this information and use it in many different ways. Many people want to look up background information about someone else for the purpose of locating family members, finding out more about employment history, or checking out someone they just met. A simple search for marriage records can provide you with a great deal of information.

Records can include the names of the bride and groom, their parents and their witnesses. You can also obtain more information about the parents and the marriage license if it has been granted. The officiant or someone who conducted the ceremony can be mentioned on the documents too. If you have the documents you can look them up online. Marriage records are easy to find if you go to the right county office and know what to do to get the information you are looking for.

Marriage records are recorded at the county office either online or in person. If the records you are looking for are online you can use one of the free internet sites that have access to this information to find the record you need. To access the in person records you will have to make a formal request. Information such as the name of the couple, the date of marriage, the location of the ceremony and witness information should be included with your request.