Trempealeau County Wisconsin Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Trempealeau County Clerk Offices
Trempealeau Clerk50 E 3rdTrempealeauWI54661608-534-6434
Trempealeau County ClerkPO Box 67WhitehallWI54773715-538-2311
Arcadia Clerk203 West Main StreetArcadiaWI54612608-323-3359
Blair City Clerk122 Urberg AvenueBlairWI54616608-989-2517
Eleva Village Clerk25952 Mondovi Street EastElevaWI54738715-287-4615
Ettrick Village Clerk22864 North Main StreetEttrickWI54627608-525-5445
Galesville Clerk16773 South Main StreetGalesvilleWI54630608-582-2475
Independence City Clerk23688 Adams StreetIndependenceWI54747715-985-3055
Osseo City Clerk13918 5th StreetOsseoWI54758715-597-2207
Trempealeau County Town & City Halls
Arcadia Town HallW26051 State Road 95ArcadiaWI54612608-323-3470
Independence City Hall23688 Adams StreetIndependenceWI54747715-985-3055
Pleasant Valley Town HallS10414 COUNTY RdElevaWI54738715-878-9480
Preston City Town Hall101 West Broadway StreetBlairWI54616608-989-2133
Whitehall City Hall18620 Hobson StreetWhitehallWI54773715-538-4353
Trempealeau County Marriage License Office
Trempealeau County Marriage LicenseTrempealeau County Courthouse, 36245 Main St.WhitehallWI54773
Trempealeau County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Trempealeau County Clerk Website
Trempealeau County Genealogy Records
Trempealeau County Register of Deeds Website
Trempealeau County Register of Deeds Website (Wisconsin)
Statistics
Married Couples 6,004 (50.5%)
Unmarried Couples 1,026 (3.5%)
Never Married Men 3,970 (33.5%)
Never Married Women 2,679 (23.1%)
Separated Men 85 (0.7%)
Separated Women 217 (1.9%)
Widowed Men 380 (3.2%)
Widowed Women 1,355 (11.7%)
Divorced Men 1,133 (9.6%)
Divorced Women 1,159 (10.0%)

Marriage Records in Trempealeau County Wisconsin

The marriage records maintained by the State of Wisconsin are maintained in separate offices. The office that maintains the records of minor children is known as the Department of Public Health and Family Services. Under this department are the Vital Statistics Office, which maintains the state vital statistic information; the Office of the Clerk Recorder, who maintain the official records for all counties in Wisconsin; and the Department of Revenue, which provide the information required to compute income tax liability for a taxpayer. These records are confidential and cannot be obtained without the permission of the involved parties.

You can access these marriage records online from the Department of Public Health and Family Services, Marriage Licenses website. This is one of the most popular websites in Wisconsin for obtaining information on marriage records. All you have to do is go to this website, put in the name of the person whose records you need, and in a matter of seconds, you will have the information that you want. There are some limitations though, such as some of the information contained may not be current or up-to-date.

If you need more detailed information, such as the full name of the couple, the birth date, the social security number, and so forth, you will have to go to the office of the clerk recorder in your county. At this office you will have to take several things into consideration. For instance, the person’s last name will not usually be mentioned on the marriage license, so you will have to look at the marriage license itself for this information. Similarly, the social security number is not usually mentioned because it is considered private information. Finally, the birth date is not usually mentioned because it does not change unless the person has died. These are the steps that a person would have to take in order to find the information that he needs.

However, in most cases you will have instant access to the information that you are looking for. This is because these records are now easily available online. There are many companies that offer these services, and quite a few of them are actually quite large. Therefore, it should not be difficult to find one that has the resources to perform a search on your behalf. In fact, quite a few of these services are even available on a membership basis, which means that you do not have to pay anything in order to conduct a search.

You can choose to do an unlimited number of searches through these sites, or you can pay a small fee for a single search. The fee usually works out to about $20, although it may vary from company to company. Once you pay the fee, you can then login and run a search in less than a minute. The results are always detailed and include not just the names of the couple, but also their parents and the marriage license itself. Because of the way the search is conducted, it is important to note that you can learn a great deal more information about the person being researched by running this search.

Marriage records in other counties in Wisconsin such as Racine and Eauville are not considered public records. This means that anyone can conduct a search on these, and you would need to go to the courthouse where they list the records. The cost of running this type of search is significantly more expensive than running a simple records search on the Internet.

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