Calumet County Wisconsin Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Calumet County Clerk Offices
Calumet County Clerk206 Court StreetChiltonWI53014920-849-1458
Hilbert Village Clerk26 N 6th StHilbertWI54129920-853-3241
Sherwood Village ClerkW482 Clifton RoadSherwoodWI54169920-989-1589
Calumet County Town & City Halls
Brillion City Hall130 Calumet StreetBrillionWI54110920-756-2250
Chilton City Hall42 School StreetChiltonWI53014920-849-2616
Chilton Township Town HallN4695 COUNTY RdChiltonWI53014920-849-2605
Harrison Town HallW5298 Wisconsin 114 TrunkMenashaWI54952920-989-1139
New Holstein City Hall2110 Washington StreetNew HolsteinWI53061920-898-5766
Calumet County Marriage License Office
Calumet County Marriage License206 Court StreetChiltonWI53014920-849-1458
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 Couples12,006 (62.1%)
Unmarried Couples1,136 (2.3%)
Never Married Men5,532 (28.1%)
Never Married Women4,163 (20.9%)
Separated Men150 (0.8%)
Separated Women87 (0.4%)
Widowed Men331 (1.7%)
Widowed Women1,517 (7.6%)
Divorced Men1,393 (7.1%)
Divorced Women1,673 (8.4%)

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.

Marriage records are available for viewing in person, by visiting your local courthouse, or online at the Wisconsin State Journal’s website. To retrieve these records you will need to first locate the county where the marriage has been performed and search the records of that county. Many counties keep archived records for a number of years. To search these records online, simply visit the website of the Wisconsin State Journal and do a search for the name of the person who was married, along with the state they reside in if necessary.

In Wisconsin, all public records are public record unless a specific authorization is made by the person in question or a court order. The fact that these records are now available to the public has caused an increase of interest in the public records. More people are requesting these records for various purposes such as performing background investigations on potential employees, locating long lost friends and relatives, checking for pertinent business information, and performing genealogical research. These records have also become a matter of great importance for people living in the United States of America where marriage and divorce records are considered a matter of public record.

People can obtain access to marriage records in Wisconsin by going through the Vital Statistics Office in the county where the marriage has been performed. There is a fee for this service but it is well worth it since the cost of the records is much less than the alternative of conducting an on-line search. Online searches will only offer you a compiled list that is not updated regularly. A good way to ensure that you get up to date and accurate information is to check with the Vital Statistics Office.

An alternative method of obtaining marriage records in Wisconsin would be to conduct an on-line search using a record database website. You are required to pay a small fee for the services they provide and the results that you receive are instantaneous. You can instantly obtain personal information such as the personal information of the groom, bride, parents and witnesses if applicable along with the birth information of the couple. Marriage records can also reveal other relevant information such as the name of the groom, the mother and father of the bride or groom as well as the official’s name of the officiator of the ceremony.

It is important to remember that marriage records are public records and therefore anyone can access them. When conducting an on-line search, make sure that you are using a reputable and properly established site. There are many sites that are nothing more than spam sites which are designed to steal your personal details.