Florida Clerks of Court Marriage Records Index, 1980 - 2010

The records in the Florida Clerks of Court Marriage Records Index range from 1980 through 2010 with a total of 781,880 marriage records. These marriage records were provided by the Florida Clerks of Court. Learn more about the Florida Clerks of Court Marriage Index by using the following link: Florida Clerks of Court .

Information Available In This Collection

The Florida Clerks of Court Marriage Records Index contains the following information: the full names of both the bride and groom; the dates when the marriage certificate was processed and filed; the location of the marriage; and the instrument, book and page number of the source marriage record.

About the Florida Clerks of Court

The Florida Clerks of Court maintain original marriage records found in the Florida Clerks of Court Marriage Index and handle requests for copies. To learn more about requesting copies of Florida marriage records, contact the Florida Clerks of Court using the information below.

Florida Clerks of Court
P.O. Box 16428
Tallahassee, Florida 32317
850-921-0988

Individuals can use a statewide online search tool to look for any number of vital records, including marriage records. To use the online search tool, individuals simply enter the individual's name, the county where the event took place, the document for which they are searching and the date range. Or, if the individual has more precise information about the marriage record, such as the certificate number, he or she can enter that data as well.

Individuals can pay for online searches through the Florida Clerks of Court using a Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover or debit card. Individuals may also create an account to facilitate future payments, but it is not necessary. All records contained in the Florida Clerks or Court online search tool are identical to the records located at the courthouse.

Some of the documents found through the Florida Clerk of Courts' website are downloadable; others are sent via mail within three to five business days.


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