Milam County Texas Marriage Records

Search For Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Milam County Clerk Office
Milam County Clerk107 West Main StreetCameronTX76520254-697-7049
Milam County Town & City Halls
Buckholts Town Hall113 W Main StBuckholtsTX76518254-593-3111
Rockdale City Hall140 W Cameron AveRockdaleTX76567512-446-3436
Rockdale City Hall505 West Cameron AvenueRockdaleTX76567512-446-2511
Thorndale City Hall105 North Main StreetThorndaleTX76577512-898-2523
Milam County Marriage License Office
Milam County Marriage License102 South Fannin AvenueCameronTX76520254-697-7000
Milam County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Milam County Divorce Certificates
Milam County Genealogy Records
Milam County Government Website
Milam County Marriage Certificates & Records
Married Couples4,752 (50.4%)
Unmarried Couples446 (1.9%)
Never Married Men2,752 (28.5%)
Never Married Women2,012 (20.2%)
Separated Men256 (2.7%)
Separated Women229 (2.3%)
Widowed Men651 (6.8%)
Widowed Women1,120 (11.2%)
Divorced Men1,050 (10.9%)
Divorced Women1,260 (12.7%)

How to Get Marriage Records in Milam County Texas

Information on marriages in Milam County Texas can be found in a number of different ways. If you have access to the Internet this information is easily accessible. For instance, the Texas Vital Statistics Office has free web sites that provide access to public records for free. If you prefer not to go through a traditional service, you can search an online record search engine for the information you are seeking. The information will return to you via e-mail in a short period of time.

Marriage records are one source that you can check to see if someone you know is legally married. If they happen to have married in Texas, they will have this record on their public record. You can do this by contacting the Texas Vital Statistics Office for your state or county. In many states you will need to provide some very specific information about the person to obtain the records. The details required vary from state to state.

There is also the option of going to the court house or state registry where the marriage took place to find the records. These places usually have marriage records available, but you will usually have to pay to view them. The fee is minimal and it will save you time in the long run.

Another option is to hire a private investigator to obtain the records for you. This may not be a good idea depending on your situation. Private investigators will charge you a fee that will cover their time and any expenses associated with gathering the information.

If you prefer to deal with the records yourself, you have three options. First, you can do an online search. The advantage to this method is that you can retrieve the information at anytime. You don’t have to wait until the records are in front of you. You can search whenever you want, as many times as you want, for as many different types of public records as you like.

The second option is to visit the county courthouse in your area. Here you can obtain the records quickly and easily. The only drawback here is that the information is not as current or as up to date as searching online. It does provide you with enough information to determine if you should proceed with a marriage record search.