Collin County Texas Marriage Records

Search For Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Collin County Clerk Offices
Collin County Clerk2300 Bloomdale RoadMcKinneyTX75071972-548-4139
Collin County Clerk900 East Park BoulevardPlanoTX75074972-881-3025
Collin County Clerk210 South McDonald StreetMcKinneyTX75069972-548-4320
Collin County Town & City Halls
Allen City Hall305 Century PkwyAllenTX75013972-727-0100
Anna City Hall101 North Powell ParkwayAnnaTX75409972-924-3325
Blue Ridge City Hall200 S Main StBlue RidgeTX75424972-752-5791
Celina City Hall142 North Ohio StreetCelinaTX75009972-382-2682
Fairview City Hall500 Texas 5McKinneyTX75069972-562-0522
Fairview Town Hall372 Town PlaceFairviewTX75069972-562-0522
Farmersville City Hall205 South Main StreetFarmersvilleTX75442972-782-6604
Frisco City Hall6101 Frisco Square BoulevardFriscoTX75034972-292-5000
McKinney City Hall222 North Tennessee StreetMcKinneyTX75069972-562-6080
Melissa City Hall901 State Highway 121MelissaTX75454972-838-2338
Princeton City Hall306 North Main StreetPrincetonTX75407972-736-2416
Prosper City Hall1500 East 1st StreetProsperTX75078972-347-3010
Prosper Town Hall121 West Broadway StreetProsperTX75078972-346-2640
Weston City Hall301 Main StreetWestonTX75097972-382-1001
Wylie City Hall2000 Texas 78FarmersvilleTX75442972-442-8150
Collin County Marriage License Office
Collin County Marriage License200 South McDonald StreetMcKinneyTX75069972-548-4137
Collin County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Carrollton Public Library Database
City of Richardson Genealogy Records
Collin County Clerk Birth Records
Collin County Clerk County Records
Collin County Clerk Marriage Records
Collin County Clerk's Office Death Records
Collin County Clerk's Office Marriage Licenses
Collin County Clerk's Office Marriage Records
Collin County Divorce Certificates
Collin County Genealogy Records
Collin County Government Birth Records
Collin County Government Death Records
Collin County Marriage Certificates & Records
Dallas Office of Community Care Vital Records
Frisco Public Library Database
Garland Library Website
Plano City Government Genealogy Records
Plano City Government Genealogy Records (Plano, Texas)
Richardson Municipal Court Warrant Database
Married Couples195,817 (60.5%)
Unmarried Couples13,689 (1.5%)
Never Married Men100,917 (29.2%)
Never Married Women88,826 (24.3%)
Separated Men3,152 (0.9%)
Separated Women6,259 (1.7%)
Widowed Men4,757 (1.4%)
Widowed Women21,123 (5.8%)
Divorced Men24,974 (7.2%)
Divorced Women41,644 (11.4%)

How To Search For Marriage Records In Collin County Texas

In Texas, as in the rest of the country, marriage records are private documents that the government does not generally permit the public to have access to them. They are kept in separate files than other public documents and are only accessible by the person who was the legal owner of the marriage or the parents of the bride and groom. You can request copies of any marriage records in Texas through various different ways.

In most cases, you can start your search in the county where the marriage occurred. If it was a legal union, the registrar of records should be able to give you information about the location of the marriage, as well as the names of the couple, witnesses and parents of the wedding. There is one vital piece of information that you will need to complete your search for marriage records: The name of the person who conducted the marriage. This is usually included on the marriage license. But if it is not, you may be able to gain access to the record of the individual who conducted the ceremony. To find this person, you will need to use a third party search provider in Texas, which is commonly known as a Public Records Finder.

You can also request copies of marriage records in Texas from the county clerks of each of the 50 states. Each of these state’s record offices keeps information on marriage and divorce records. In Texas, you would need to visit the office of the county where the ceremony took place. However, it is important to remember that the information obtained in one county may not necessarily be available in another. In some instances, the information may even be protected by certain laws.

There are also other ways to access marriage records in Texas. These are more convenient and faster methods, however they are more costly than the latter. Most counties in the state allow you to download the records you are interested in for a fee. There are also websites that offer to let you perform a free background check, but these records are limited.

Once you have found what you are looking for, you can then either print out or save the documents for future reference. Some people prefer to keep the original documents, which can be retrieved through online search engines. If you are using an online search engine, make sure that the records you are searching are updated. If the records are not up to date, there is a possibility that the person you are searching for could have already married someone else. To be safe, always make sure that the records you are searching for are up to date and correct.

Finally, when you have found the marriage records you are looking for, you should keep them. Even though you may not use them often, it is still important to maintain important records like these. You never know when you will need them.