Hardin County Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Hardin County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Hardin County Clerk65 Court StreetSavannahTN38372731-925-3921
Hardin County Marriage LicenseCourthouse Annex Building, 65 Court St., Suite 1SavannahTN38372731-925-3921
Crump City Hall3020 U.S. Highway 64CrumpTN38327731-632-4224
Saltillo City Hall160 Oak AvenueSaltilloTN38370731-687-3292
Savannah City Hall1020 East Main StreetSavannahTN38372731-925-5595
Hardin County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Hardin County Genealogy Records
Hardin County Marriage Certificates & Records
Statistics
Married Couples 5,400 (53.4%)
Unmarried Couples 489 (1.9%)
Never Married Men 2,425 (23.1%)
Never Married Women 1,965 (17.9%)
Separated Men 121 (1.2%)
Separated Women 267 (2.4%)
Widowed Men 398 (3.8%)
Widowed Women 1,701 (15.5%)
Divorced Men 1,687 (16.1%)
Divorced Women 1,345 (12.3%)

Hardin County Marriage Records – Find Out Everything You Want To Know

You may be looking for vital marriage records of your soon to be spouse in Hardin County, Tennessee. There are numerous records you can request from the Davidson Record Office of Public Recognized Records Access, depending on what type of information you require. If you have a name and date of birth then you can find out those from the Public Recognized Records of Tennessee.

Marriage Records in Hardin County Tennessee

You can also perform a search for information regarding your parents or other relative who died in Hardin County. Search by first or last name or both, where the last name is capitalized or should it not? It is also possible that you will find more records than you actually need for your search. Keep in mind that free searches of these records are not available in most cases. You have to pay a fee before you can carry out an extensive search of marriage records of that nature.

There are a couple of things to keep in mind when doing a search. Make sure the date of birth of the person you want to check up is the same as the date of your marriage. In some instances records are misfiled which may give inaccurate information. Also, make sure there is information given such as the state where the marriage took place or the county it was performed in.

Of course, there are instances where you will need to pay a minimal fee for access to marriage records. You have to weigh the cost of the records against the information that you will get. The information that you receive can be very detailed. If you are going to do an online search, you can usually expect to find out the location of the ceremony, the names of the bride and groom, the parents of either the bride or groom and the witnesses. Sometimes you will also find out about the officiant, the location of the church where the service was held and the official names of the minister and officiant.

With a paid service, you will often find an option for what type of information you want. You can choose the state where the service was performed, the county the ceremony took place in, and the county where the certificate was filed. This all depends on the website you use. Some of them only offer the state or counties that are within the United States while others give you the option of searching overseas.

Free services tend to give you less information. They tend to be more informational and may not include locations or the officiant. They might only give you the filing date and location of the marriage records. If you are looking for something very specific, you are better off using a paid service. You will usually find that they are much easier to use and you have more options when doing searches.