Texas, Grayson County Marriage Records Index, 1846-2010
There are 126,697 marriage records in the Texas, Grayson County Marriage Records Index. These marriage records were gathered from the Grayson County Clerk's office and range in date from 1846 up through 2010. Individuals who wish to learn more about the Texas, Grayson County Marriage Records Index can visit the Grayson County Clerk .
Information Available in the Texas, Grayson County Marriage Records Index
The details provided in most of the marriage records held in the Texas, Grayson County Marriage Records Index includes the first, middle and last names of the groom and bride, along with the marriage license application date, record number and the marriage license image.
About the Grayson County Clerk
Individuals who wish to obtain physical copies of marriage licenses from the Texas, Grayson County Marriage Records Index should visit the Grayson County Clerk's office. Below are the contact details for the Grayson County Clerk.
The Grayson County Clerk's office is the records hub for the county and also supports the probate and commissioner's courts, as well as local elections. Marriage licenses are applied for at the Grayson County Clerk's office are subsequently stored and preserved. Other types of records that are recorded by the Grayson County Clerk's office are birth and death certificates, assumed name certificates, liquor licenses, brands, property, criminal, civil, probate, family court, and military discharges. Birth and death certificates are not considered public record until after 75 years for birth records and 25 years for death records. Marriage records, however, are considered public record.
The Grayson County Clerk maintains marriage license records that date back to 1846. Until 1930, marriage licenses are filed in order by the groom's last name, so older marriage certificates require the groom's name. After 1930, however, marriage licenses can be accessed by either the groom's or the bride's name. In order to obtain a copy of a marriage license, individuals should fill out the appropriate form and remit with a fee in person or by mail to the Grayson County Clerk. The marriage licenses available are ones obtained in Grayson County. To obtain marriage licenses elsewhere in Texas, individuals should visit the specific county.
In order to make obtaining popular types of public records easier, the Grayson County Clerk operates online databases that enable individuals to research particular types of records from the comfort of home, instead of visiting the office. Most public court records, including probate, civil, family and criminal records, can be searched online. Jail bonds and records can also be searched through an online database, as well as meeting notes and resolutions from the commissioner's court. Property records also have their own online database. This enables other records requests, like marriage records, be satisfied with less wait time.
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