Colorado, Eagle County Marriage Records Index, 1900 to 2009
There are 12,190 marriage records in the Colorado, Eagle County Marriage Records Index. These marriage records start in 1900 and are compiled through 2009 from the Eagle County Clerk and Recorder. Visit them online to learn more about the Colorado, Eagle County Marriage Records Index at Eagle County Clerk and Recorder .
Information Available In This Collection
Marriage records in the Colorado, Eagle County Marriage Records Index usually display the full names of the bride and groom, along with the date of the marriage, the location of the marriage, the date the marriage certificate as recorded, and the marriage certificate number.
About the Eagle County Clerk and Recorder
Eagle County marriage records are maintained by the Eagle County Clerk and Recorder, who are also responsible for handling requests for copies of marriage records. To learn more about ordering hard copies of marriage records, use the following information to contact the Eagle County Clerk and Recorder.
Eagle County Clerk and Recorder
500 Broadway, P.O. Box 850
Eagle, CO 81631
Individuals can search for marriage documents through the Eagle County Clerk and Recorder's online Recorded Document Search. This option allows individuals to search by the individual's name and the recording date range. In addition, statewide searches for marriage records can be done through the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's website at www.cdphe.state.co.us.
Individuals interested in obtaining a copy of a marriage certificate can request one at the Eagle County Clerk and Recorder's office for a fee of $1.25. When requesting a copy of a marriage record, individuals can download and mail the Copy Request For Recorded Documents form, found at the Eagle County Clerk and Recorder's website. Some of the information requested on this form includes: the reception number or book and page number; the date of the recorded document; a check payable to "Eagle County Clerk & Recorder"; and a return address.
It is important to understand that because Colorado keeps vital records confidential, individuals requesting any information regarding a vital record must have proof of their relationship to the individual on the record and a "tangible interest." Therefore, applicants must submit proof of both their relationship and the related documentation to establish their legal interest in obtaining the document.
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