Tom Green County Texas Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Tom Green County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Tom Green County Clerk124 West Beauregard AvenueSan AngeloTX76903325-659-6553
Tom Green County Marriage License124 West Beauregard AvenueSan AngeloTX76903325-659-6553
San Angelo City Clerk72 West College AvenueSan AngeloTX76903325-657-4405
Tom Green County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Tom Green County Clerk County Records
Tom Green County Clerk Marriage Records
Tom Green County Clerk Website
Tom Green County Clerk's Office Website
Tom Green County Divorce Certificates
Married Couples20,472 (47.5%)
Unmarried Couples2,310 (2.1%)
Never Married Men16,675 (36.1%)
Never Married Women12,851 (27.1%)
Separated Men903 (2.0%)
Separated Women1,180 (2.5%)
Widowed Men1,466 (3.2%)
Widowed Women4,366 (9.2%)
Divorced Men5,034 (10.9%)
Divorced Women6,824 (14.4%)

How to Search For Marriage Records in Tom Green County Texas

Marriage Records in Texas are basically considered public information. However, they are considered private information in some areas. The information can only be viewed for viewing at the office of the County Clerks of Texas State Record Department. These offices generally maintain these records for you free of charge and are accessible to the public. This information includes things like when the license was granted, what names were involved, parents’ names and other such information.

When looking for a marriage record, you should look to see if the person you are searching for has ever been married. For example, if you were looking for a record of your great aunt who died in a car accident you might try and find a record of her marriage. Also, if there has ever been any court proceedings regarding the divorce such as child custody hearings, then you will need to see this. If you want to know more information regarding the person you are looking for it is always wise to request a record from the Texas Vital Statistics Office.

Marriage records are available online in Texas but the process of searching and viewing them can take several hours. This is because all of the records are not in one database. Each county has a different system when it comes to recording and keeping up to date information on marriage licenses. Marriage records are kept separately from divorce records and the information found in them can only be viewed in the location where the license was obtained from. Because of this very important step in how the process works obtaining the actual records online can take much longer.

When searching for Texas marriage records, you will first need to choose which type of search you would like to do. The fastest way to obtain them is online. When searching online, you will want to use a search engine such as Google and type in the person’s name along with “motor license records” or something similar. Once you have the exact phrase that you are looking for you will be presented with a list of results to choose from.

One thing to keep in mind when searching online is that it can take quite a while before you get the information that you are after. Even though it is free there are millions of records stored in the United States and sometimes it can take several months before the records are actually updated. The good news is that most of the record websites that offer to let you search for these records do so for a small fee. After paying the fee they will give you access to their entire database. So even if it takes months before your search yields any results, the fee that they charge you is well worth it.

A final note about online searches. While it is possible to find public records in Texas, it is extremely difficult to do so without being a member of some sort of website. If you are trying to conduct a search for a social security number, driver’s license number or any other kind of public record you may want to consider using an online website instead. This way you can get the information that you are after in a fraction of the time it would take to actually go to the court house to get the information.