Texas, Johnson County Marriage Records Index, 1860 - 2010
The Texas, Johnson County Clerk Marriage Registers currently stores an impressive 75,402 marriage licenses and records in its extensive county collection. The marriage records in this collection are dated between 1860 and 2010 and were compiled by the Johnson County Clerk's Office. Individuals can learn more information about the Texas, Johnson County Clerk Marriage Registers by visiting the Johnson County Clerk's Office website.
Information Available In This Collection
The Texas, Johnson County Clerk Marriage Registers index offers a wealth of information, including the individual's first, middle and last name, as well as gender. Similar information is also available for the spouse. The records also include the date and location of the marriage, the date of the license application, and additional filing information to make retrieval of the document from the Johnson County archives as efficient as possible.
All of the Johnson County marriage records are filed according to a book, page and volume for easy finding and retrieval. The date of the application for the document is also included, which is a unique feature to Johnson County. Armed with this information, it is relatively easy to request a hard copy of the document directly on the website, or by contacting the Johnson County Clerk directly by phone, fax, mail or email. You can request a copy of a marriage license with just the full name of the bride and groom, as well as the date of the ceremony. However, the additional filing information can make retrieval of the document that much easier.
About the Johnson County Clerk's Office
The records of the Texas, Johnson County Clerk Marriage Registers are compiled and stored by the Johnson County Clerk's Office. To obtain original copies of the records of this collection, contact the Johnson County Clerk's Office at:
Johnson County Clerk
2 North Main Street
Cleburne, TX 76033
Each marriage license on file at the Johnson County Clerk's Office provides all of the personal vital information listed above, as well as recording information to help you identify the specific document you need. With the volume, book and page number already provided, it is much easier to locate the specific document and order a hard copy if necessary.
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