Texas, Hunt County Marriage Records Index, 1846 - 2010
The Texas, Hunt County Clerk Marriage Registers currently boasts as many as 73,195 records in its collection, with Hunt County marriage certificates and records dating between 1846 and 2010. All of the archives are compiled and held by the Hunt County Clerk. Individuals can learn more information about the Texas, Hunt County Clerk Marriage Registers by visiting the Hunt County Clerk's Office website.
Information Available In This Collection
The Texas, Hunt County Clerk Marriage Registers index provides a wide range of data on individuals married in Hunt County during this time frame. Some of the information includes first and last names on both the individual and his spouse, the gender of each, and the date and location of the marriage. To make retrieval of the actual marriage license more efficient, each file is also labeled with an instrument number and filing date. The records are listed in chronological order, beginning with the oldest marriages and working up through the unions that took place up to 2010.
Individuals who would like a hard copy of the marriage license in question can easily order one online, once they have located the specific individual they are looking for. The documents are held by the Hunt County Clerk, and copies can also be requested directly from this office, by phone or mail, or on the website.
About the Hunt County Clerk
The records of the Texas, Hunt County Clerk Marriage Registers are held by the Hunt County Clerk. To obtain original copies of the records of this collection, contact the Hunt County Clerk at:
Hunt County Clerk
2507 Lee Street
Greenville, TX 75401
The marriage records in the Hunt County Clerk archives each feature their own assigned instrument number. This rather lengthy piece of data makes it easy to retrieve any document from the Hunt County Clerk archives as efficiently as possible. The files are listed in chronological order, beginning with the oldest records, and contain all of the individual information listed above. In addition, it also lists the name of the informant who made the original report.
Marriage licenses and other vital records were first available in Hunt County in 1846 because this was the year the county was established. The first court sessions for the county were held outdoors under oak trees until the first official courthouse was built in 1847.
The Texas, Hunt County Clerk Marriage Registers at the Hunt County Clerk are recorded in chronological order. Copies of the official document can be requested from the Hunt County Clerk's office by phone or mail, but no email requests for the document will be accepted. The county only issues certified copies of documents like marriage licenses.
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