Juneau County Wisconsin Marriage Records

Search For Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Juneau County Clerk Offices
Juneau County Clerk220 East State StreetMaustonWI53948608-847-9300
Elroy City Clerk225 Main StreetElroyWI53929608-462-2401
New Lisbon City Clerk232 West Pleasant StreetNew LisbonWI53950608-562-5213
Juneau County Town & City Halls
Clearfield Town HallN8111 8TH AveNew LisbonWI53950608-562-5903
Clifton Town Hall31819 COUNTY HwyCamp DouglasWI54618608-427-6814
Cutler Town HallN10846 2nd AveCamp DouglasWI54618608-427-3725
Fountain Town HallW9921 Jacobson RdCamp DouglasWI54618608-427-2381
Germantown Town HallN7560 17th AveNew LisbonWI53950608-562-5751
Lisbon Town HallN5293 Meyer RdNew LisbonWI53950608-562-5668
Mauston City Hall303 Mansion StreetMaustonWI53948608-847-6676
Necedah Town Hall101 Center StreetNecedahWI54646608-565-3140
Newport Memorial Town Hall127 County Road NWisconsin DellsWI53965608-254-8629
Juneau County Marriage License Office
Juneau County Marriage License220 East State StreetMaustonWI53948608-847-9300
Juneau County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Juneau County Clerk Website
Juneau County Marriage Certificates & Records
Juneau County Register of Deeds Office Property Records
Married Couples5,084 (50.1%)
Unmarried Couples872 (3.5%)
Never Married Men4,050 (34.5%)
Never Married Women2,069 (20.1%)
Separated Men155 (1.3%)
Separated Women127 (1.2%)
Widowed Men363 (3.1%)
Widowed Women1,268 (12.3%)
Divorced Men1,744 (14.9%)
Divorced Women1,386 (13.5%)

How to Search For Marriage Records in Junau County

When a marriage is licensed in Wisconsin, it becomes a public record and you can find copies of all of these documents, including marriage licenses in Juneau County. Marriage records are considered part of public information and are maintained and updated by the State of Wisconsin Department of Public Health and Welfare. Each state has its own private information sources for this information; however, most of these resources require a fee to be paid before being accessed.

The cost for searching through marriage records in Juneau County can vary from one service to another, but all will require payment beforehand. Some services will charge based on the number of pages searched, while others will charge based on the information that you are searching for. If the records you need are in a limited amount or if you are looking for more information than what is contained in the free records search, then paying a small fee may be worth your money in the long run.

There are several ways to perform a search for marriage records in Juneau County. You can go directly to the records office in the county and pay a fee for a single page search. This method is the most popular as it allows you immediate access to the records. Another option is to utilize a commercial site that offers a free service for searching marriage records in Wisconsin. These sites allow you to search through the records, but you have to purchase the information in the form of a license if you would like to actually use it.

Before using this service you should know that the information is not guaranteed to be accurate. For example, information provided by the Social Security Administration is not correct. They may have changes of whom the license is actually issued to. Also, the SSA does not list minor children under the age of eighteen who are not living at home with their parents. This information is considered as a public record and therefore you can access it for free, but you may have limited results if you do not pay.

Once you have found a service that offers access to marriage records in Juneau County, you will need to pay a small fee. This will ensure that the records you receive are not considered as public records and that they are only held within the state for which they are registered. Some services will offer unlimited searches while others are not so pick the right one for your needs. The fee also ensures that the information you receive is accurate and up to date.

Marriage records in Juneau County are maintained at the county courthouse in each county. If the license was granted out of the state, the records are kept at the county building in that state. The records office will help you if you would like to search for someone’s record online. However, if you need the records quickly, you may want to consider a commercial records service.