|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|Williamson County Clerk Offices|
|Williamson County Clerk||405 Martin Luther King Street||Georgetown||TX||78626||512-943-1150|
|Taylor City Clerk||400 Porter Street||Taylor||TX||76574||512-352-3676|
|Williamson County Town & City Halls|
|Cedar Park City Hall||450 Cypress Creek Road||Cedar Park||TX||78613||512-401-5000|
|Florence City Hall||106 South Patterson Avenue||Florence||TX||76527||254-793-2490|
|Georgetown City Hall||113 East 8th Street||Georgetown||TX||78626||512-930-3652|
|Granger City Hall||214 East Davilla||Bartlett||TX||76511||512-859-2755|
|Hutto City Hall||401 W Front St||Hutto||TX||78634||512-759-4033|
|Leander City Hall||200 West Willis Street||Leander||TX||78641||512-259-1178|
|Liberty Hill City Hall||2801 Ranch Road 1869||Liberty Hill||TX||78642||512-778-5449|
|Round Rock City Hall||221 East Main Street||Round Rock||TX||78664||512-218-5400|
|Taylor City Hall||400 Porter Street||Taylor||TX||76574||512-352-3675|
|Thrall City Hall||104 Main Street||Thrall||TX||76578||512-898-5306|
|Williamson County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases|
|Williamson County Clerk Birth Records|
|Williamson County Clerk County Records|
|Williamson County Clerk's Office Marriage Applications|
|Williamson County Clerk's Office Public Records|
|Williamson County Divorce Certificates|
|Williamson County Genealogy Records|
|Married Couples||99,542 (58.5%)|
|Unmarried Couples||8,664 (1.7%)|
|Never Married Men||59,248 (30.8%)|
|Never Married Women||51,385 (25.3%)|
|Separated Men||2,631 (1.4%)|
|Separated Women||3,787 (1.9%)|
|Widowed Men||3,061 (1.6%)|
|Widowed Women||13,137 (6.5%)|
|Divorced Men||17,027 (8.9%)|
|Divorced Women||26,956 (13.3%)|
Conducting Public Marriage Records Searches Online
Per state law, marriage records are considered public domain and are free for public inspection. Anyone can conduct a public records search on these documents. The information contained in them can be used for statistical analysis, genealogical studies, background checks, and personal purposes. However, one has to comply with the rules and regulations of the Office of the Secretary of State before being able to obtain these records. These records are not intended for use by the general public.
For those who are conducting public records searches, they need to have a valid reason. It is also important to know that most records are considered as public domain because they contain basic information about marriages. This information may include the names of the groom and the bride, their parents’ or legal guardians’ names, their marriage date, place of marriage and other related details. However, the record of marriage is usually limited to those who have been named in the record, while those listed in the document do not necessarily need to have obtained a license to have the marriage.
The first step to conducting public record searches is to determine if the marriage records you require are in fact available. This is usually determined by checking with the Texas Vital Statistics Office where the wedding took place. Information provided by the office will allow you to search for marriage records in Texas. You will also be required to pay a fee for retrieving the records. Most states require you to pay a fee in order to access public records, but in Texas this is not mandatory.
After determining if the documents you are searching for are public domain, you can start your search. Most states offer online services, which make the entire process of retrieving the records much simpler than trying to retrieve the records from the physical state and county offices. The services provide the full information you need about a person’s marriage history. Such records include the complete names of the couple, their parents’ or legal guardians’ names, and their birth dates. The documents also include the marriage license number, the date the document was granted, names of the witnesses who witnessed the marriage, and even the officiating clerk’s name and birth date. These services typically charge a fee for use, and some offer a refund if the search does not bring up the records you are looking for.
The next step of conducting public record searches online is to select the specific records you are interested in obtaining. This usually involves using keywords to narrow your search. The records most commonly searched include those related to marriage, divorce, child custody, and cemetery matters. Some sites offer multiple databases that allow users to enter different combinations of terms to narrow down their results.
In addition to being able to view public marriage records in various states and countries around the world, some sites also offer a limited amount of information regarding specific counties. For example, if you are researching a certain county in Texas, you may be able to view records regarding the marriages that were performed in that county within the last 50 years. Some websites only provide limited information regarding one county in a state. Before enlisting the use of a paid service to conduct your research on marriage records, it is a good idea to determine whether you want access to more detailed records or not.