Texas, Franklin County Marriage Records Index, 1875 - 2011
The Texas, Franklin County Clerk Marriage Registers contains 10,598 records and marriage licenses in its county collection. The marriage records included in this compilation are dated between 1875 and 2011. These records were put together and are currently administered by the Franklin County Clerk's Office. Individuals can learn more information about the Texas, Franklin County Clerk Marriage Registers by visiting the Franklin County Clerk website.
Information Available In This Collection
The Texas, Franklin County Clerk Marriage Registers index includes a host of vital statistics on those married in Franklin County during that time, including both the individual's and the spouse's first, middle and last name and the gender of each. The marriage date and location are also included in these archives. To make retrieval of official documents more efficient, the records also contain listing information for the document, including a certificate number and the volume and page where the document is located. All of the records are listed in alphabetical order by last, first and middle names.
These marriage licenses and general records can be ordered directly from the website through the information listed, or by contacting the Franklin County Clerk directly by either phone, email or mail. Copies of the forms can be printed directly from the website of Franklin County Clerk for a fee, which can be paid online by credit card.
About the Franklin County Clerk's Office
The records of the Texas, Franklin County Clerk Marriage Registers are currently held by the Franklin County Clerk's Office. To obtain original copies of the records of this collection, contact the Franklin County Clerk's Office at:
Each marriage license and other archives located at the Franklin County Clerk's Office features its own assigned certificate number that makes it easy to find original documents quickly and easily. The records also contain all of the personal statistics on each spouse listed above.
Franklin County was originally established in Texas in 1875 and encompasses 286 square miles of the state. Although the origins of the county name are not officially documented, many believe it was named for a judge in the county, Benjamin C. Franklin. The county seat is Mt. Vernon, Texas, which is where the county clerk is located.
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