Colorado, Mesa County Marriage Records Index, 1883 - 2011
The Colorado, Mesa County Clerk Marriage Registers holds 61,908 records in its extensive collection. The marriage licenses and other related records in the archive are dated between 1883 and 2011 and are currently administered by the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder. Individuals can learn more information about the Colorado, Mesa County Clerk Marriage Registers by visiting the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder website.
Information Available In This Collection
The Colorado, Mesa County Clerk Marriage Registers index offers a variety of information on each person on the marriage license, including first, middle and last names of each spouse, as well as their genders. Specific information about the marriage includes the full date and location of the marriage ceremony. All of the files are catalogued according to a document ID and a reception number to make it easy to retrieve the actual documents quickly and accurately. Where available, a page number is also included.
About the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder
The records of the Colorado, Mesa County Clerk Marriage Registers are held by the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder. To obtain original copies of the records of this collection, contact the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder at:
Mesa County Clerk and Recorder
544 Rood Avenue, PO Box 200
Grand Junction, CO 81502
Each marriage record in the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder features both a reception number and a document ID to make searches for documents as efficient as possible. In addition, all of the vital statistics on each spouse are also listed when available. The Mesa County Clerk and Recorder allows individuals to search for documents within their office, using public access terminals or on their website. Requests for documents can be made in person, by mail or phone or on their website.
Mesa County once contained the Northern Ute Reservation, until the tribe was moved into Utah. The actual county was established in 1883, and Grand Junction, the largest city in the county, was named the county seat. The city began to grow exponentially shortly after the county was formed because the main line of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad made its home in the area. Grand Junction is the location of the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder today.
All of the files at the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder are currently listed alphabetically by last name and in chronological order, beginning with the earliest records in the archive and dating down to the most recent marriage licenses available. Files are carefully catalogued by identification numbers to make retrieval of documents fast and accurate.
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