Lynn County Texas Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Lynn County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Lynn County ClerkPO Box 937TahokaTX79373806-561-4750
Odonnell City Hall615 8th StreetO'DonnellTX79351806-428-3239
Tahoka City Hall1612 Lockwood StreetTahokaTX79373806-561-4211
Lynn County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Lynn County Clerk Website
Lynn County Divorce Certificates
Lynn County Marriage Certificates & Records
Lynn County TXGenWeb Genealogy Records
Tahoka Cemetery Burial Records
Married Couples1,246 (58.0%)
Unmarried Couples49 (0.9%)
Never Married Men613 (26.5%)
Never Married Women438 (20.1%)
Separated Men40 (1.7%)
Separated Women51 (2.3%)
Widowed Men77 (3.3%)
Widowed Women219 (10.0%)
Divorced Men201 (8.7%)
Divorced Women171 (7.8%)

Marriage Records in L Lynn County Texas

Marriage Records in Lynn County Texas is maintained by the Office of the Secretary of State and they have the most up to date information about all marriages that took place in Texas. Marriage Records in Lynn County contains information such as the names of the bride and groom, their parents’ names and the witnesses at the wedding. If you want to get married, there is no need to have a legal marriage ceremony in order to enjoy the benefits that come with it. Texas does not recognise or require a ceremony of this nature, so it is perfectly acceptable to get married in your home country without having to get married in Texas.

Birth records are also available through the Office of the Secretary of State and they contain detailed information about the parents of the bride and groom. Information such as the name of the guardian and the children names are also included. Marriage records are held by the County in which the marriage took place, but they can be accessed from other county offices as well. Information such as the names of the persons who performed the ceremony, their parent’s names and where they reside at the time are contained in the records. Marriage records in Lynn County are confidential and cannot be obtained by the general public.

You can only view and print marriage records if you have permission from the County and they are only accessible by the person involved in the marriage. This means anyone other than the parties involved in the marriage has no right to access the marriage records. There are a number of reasons why a record can be sealed or destroyed including a death that is not a legal death. There is also an option for a person to apply to have a seal removed from a record, but this will only be allowed if it can be proved that the person in question never actually lived in Texas. It is also possible for a marriage record to be suppressed if there are grounds to believe that the marriage was conducted in an improper or fraudulent manner.

If you need records you will be required to fill in a form stating the reason for your request. The records that are requested will then be mailed to you within about 7 days. They will contain the full name of the married couple and their parents’ names along with the date of birth and social security numbers. You will most likely be asked to pay a small fee in order to obtain this information.

If you are looking for copies of these records then you will be required to fill out the same form again. If you want to obtain a certificate of marriage you will have to pay another fee. Marriage records can tell you a great deal about the marital status of the person in question. They can tell you where the couple had married and whether they were registered legally at the time. Information such as the name of the groom and the bride, the parents’ names and where they lived at the time of the marriage can also be obtained.

All records in the county of L Lynn County are considered public record. This means anyone can access them. When you request the records, the office may ask you to prove your identity. You will most likely be required to show a valid photo ID such as a driver’s license or state issued card. It is then a simple matter of waiting for the records to be mailed to you and then viewing them to get all the information that you require.