Texas, Montgomery County Marriage Index, 1912 - 2010
The Texas, Montgomery County Marriage Records Index holds 117,866 records dating back to 1912 and continuing up through 2010. These marriage records were collected by the Montgomery County Clerk's Office. For additional information on the Texas, Montgomery County Marriage Records Index, visit the Montgomery County Clerk's Office.
Information Available in the Texas, Montgomery County Marriage Records Index
The marriage records compiled in the Texas, Montgomery County Marriage Records Index usually display the full names of the groom and bride, their towns of residence, date and location of the marriage, the officiant's name, the file and record numbers for the source record and the date the marriage certificate was filed.
About the Montgomery County Clerk's Office
Individuals should direct questions regarding how to obtain hard copies of marriage certificates from the Texas, Montgomery County Marriage Records Index to the Montgomery County Clerk's Office using the following contact details.Montgomery County Clerk's Office
210 West Davis
P.O. Box 959
Conroe, Texas 77305
The Montgomery County Clerk's Office is responsible for maintaining local records that date back to 1836. These records include property records, deeds and instruments, land patents, mortgages and tax liens. The Montgomery County Clerk's Office also maintains vital records like birth and death certificates and marriage licenses, cattle marks and brands, liquor licenses, assumed name certificates, probate records, civil court records, and court minutes.
The Montgomery County Clerk's Office is responsible for distributing marriage licenses and filing marriage certificates. Anyone may request a copy of a marriage certificate, and the Montgomery County Clerk's Office holds marriage records dating back to 1838. A small fee is required per copy, and requests can be made in person or by mail. The Montgomery County Clerk's Office also provides free public access to an online searchable database that contains marriage license information. Users must register and create an account to use the system, which consists of creating a unique username and password and entering a valid email address.
Not all county clerks provide online databases, but Montgomery County does. Not only can users search for marriage licenses, but also provided online by the Montgomery County Clerk's Office are birth and death records, foreclosure sales, personal property records, plat maps, assumed name records and military discharge records. Three additional online databases provide access to various probate records, civil court records and criminal misdemeanor court records. Any accessed record can be downloaded and printed from a home computer.
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