|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|Calumet County Clerk Offices|
|Calumet County Clerk||206 Court Street||Chilton||WI||53014||920-849-1458|
|Hilbert Village Clerk||26 N 6th St||Hilbert||WI||54129||920-853-3241|
|Sherwood Village Clerk||W482 Clifton Road||Sherwood||WI||54169||920-989-1589|
|Calumet County Town & City Halls|
|Brillion City Hall||130 Calumet Street||Brillion||WI||54110||920-756-2250|
|Chilton City Hall||42 School Street||Chilton||WI||53014||920-849-2616|
|Chilton Township Town Hall||N4695 COUNTY Rd||Chilton||WI||53014||920-849-2605|
|Harrison Town Hall||W5298 Wisconsin 114 Trunk||Menasha||WI||54952||920-989-1139|
|New Holstein City Hall||2110 Washington Street||New Holstein||WI||53061||920-898-5766|
|Calumet County Marriage License Office|
|Calumet County Marriage License||206 Court Street||Chilton||WI||53014||920-849-1458|
|Calumet County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases|
|Appleton Public Library Database|
|Calumet County Clerk Marriage Applications|
|Calumet County Clerk's Office Website|
|Calumet County Register of Deeds Department Website|
|Married Couples||12,006 (62.1%)|
|Unmarried Couples||1,136 (2.3%)|
|Never Married Men||5,532 (28.1%)|
|Never Married Women||4,163 (20.9%)|
|Separated Men||150 (0.8%)|
|Separated Women||87 (0.4%)|
|Widowed Men||331 (1.7%)|
|Widowed Women||1,517 (7.6%)|
|Divorced Men||1,393 (7.1%)|
|Divorced Women||1,673 (8.4%)|
Marriage Records in Other Counties
Other Records in Calumet County
Marriage Records in Calumet County, Wisconsin
Marriage Records in Calumet County Wisconsin is maintained by the County Clerk of Wisconsin. The clerk maintains these vital public records for all of the counties in the state, except the Wisconsin State Journal does not maintain the marriage records. This information is considered private property and is not released to the general public. When searching for public records in any state, it is wise to know what the laws are that govern the retrieval of the documents.
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