The Texas Marriage Records Index currently manages an impressive 7,263,996 marriage records in its collection. Dating between 1966 and 2008, these marriage records were retrieved from the Texas Department of State Health Services. If you would like more details or assistance about the Texas Marriage Records Index, you may wish to visit the Texas Department of State Health Services website.
Information Available In This Collection
The Texas Marriage Records Index details several key vital components, including: the individual's first, middle and last name; the gender of the individual; the birth date of the individual; the age at the time of marriage of the individual; the first, middle and last name of the spouse; the birth date of the spouse; the gender of the spouse; and the age at the time of marriage of the spouse.
Other information obtained through the Texas Marriage Records Index includes: the marriage date; the marriage location; and the marriage certificate number.
About the Texas Department of State Health Services
The marriage records of the Texas Marriage Records Index are currently managed by the Texas Department of State Health Services. If you would like more information, or if you need physical copies of these marriage records, contact the Texas Department of State Health Services at:
In addition to marriage records, the Texas Department of State Health Services provides verification letters for legal verification of a marriage. Verification letters are now considered legal substitutes for marriage licenses. It is recommended that individuals first ensure that a verification letter is appropriate for their purposes.
Certified copies of marriage licenses are only available through the county clerk in the county or district where the license was obtained. In addition, lists of marriage records may be downloaded for free, or physical copies can be purchased through the Texas Department of State Health Services.
Verification letters can be found for marriages that occurred from 1966 to the present time. Any individual who places an order through the Texas Department of State Health Services must possess a United States mailing address or a U.S. military address and must have a valid credit card. Even if a marriage record is not located, the verification letter can be considered a "single-status letter."
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