Texas, Upshur County Marriage Records Index, 1874-2010
The Texas, Upshur County Marriage Records index holds 40,226 records in its large collection that spans well over a century. The records and marriage licenses included in this collection are dated between 1874 and 2010 and were retrieved from the Upshur County Clerk. To learn more about the information available in the Texas, Upshur County Marriage Records, visit them at the Upshur County Clerk website.
Information Available In This Collection
The Texas, Upshur County Marriage Records index includes a variety of vital statistics on individuals married in Upshur County during this extensive time frame. Some of the facts you can find include the full names of both spouses, as well as their genders. The location where the marriage license is filed is also provided, along with a map that pinpoints the precise Texas address. The date of the application for the marriage license is also included. Because this is a rather large collection in this particular archive, most of the documents are catalogued with a unique file number for efficient retrieval of specific marriage licenses and records.
About the Upshur County Clerk
The records of the Texas, Upshur County Marriage Records are held by the Upshur County Clerk. You may obtain original copies of the records of this collection by contacting the Upshur County Clerk at:
Upshur County Clerk
100 West Tyler Street #2
P.O. Box 730
Gilmer, TX 75644
Each marriage license on file at the Upshur County Clerk's office features its own assigned file number, when it is available, for fast and accurate retrieval. The public records also contain all of the abovementioned personal information when it is on record. The files are catalogued by last name of each spouse, rather than chronologically, since official marriage dates are not included in this particular archive.
The Upshur County Clerk is located within the Upshur courthouse, which is open to the general public Monday through Friday, during regular business hours. Those searching for documents that do not live in the state of Texas may also request official copies of marriage licenses and other public records by mail, phone or email.
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