Texas, Williamson County Marriage Records Index, 1848 - present
The Texas, Williamson County Clerk Marriage Registers currently holds approximately 91,000 records in its collection, with some dated right up to present day. The records and marriage licenses in this compilation began in 1848, when the county was officially established. The records were retrieved and are currently stored at the Williamson County Clerk. Individuals can learn more information about the Texas, Williamson County, County Clerk Marriage Registers by visiting the Williamson County Clerk website.
Information Available In This Collection
The Texas, Williamson County Clerk Marriage Registers index includes a wealth of information on individuals married within Williamson County over the past century-and-a-half, including the first and last names of both spouses, as well as their genders. Data also includes the full marriage date and location for the ceremony. When applicable, other significant events that occurred on that day will also be listed on the website.
To make retrieval of official documents as efficient as possible, the marriage licenses and records are all catalogued by a certificate and record number. This is important, since the Williamson County Clerk is responsible for administering a wide range of documents in addition to marriage licenses for the county, including property deeds, birth and death certificates and commercial licenses and records.
About the Williamson County Clerk
The records of the Texas, Williamson County Clerk Marriage Registers are currently held by the Williamson County Clerk. To obtain original copies of the records of this collection, contact the Williamson County Clerk's office at:
Williamson County Clerk
405 MLK, Suite 203
Georgetown, TX 78627
Each marriage license held by the Williamson County Clerk features its own assigned certificate and record number to make it easy to retrieve the document from the extensive county archive. The licenses and records all contain all of the vital data listed above for each spouse on the certificate. Hard copies of the documents can be ordered directly from the website, or by contacting the Williamson County Clerk by phone, mail or Internet.
Williamson County sports a colorful history since its inception in 1848, which includes outlaws, Comanches and a host of brave settlers. The county was originally named for one of the pioneers of the area, Robert M. Williamson. The county spans a portion of central Texas, and it includes the state capitol Austin. However, the county seat is in Georgetown, where the county clerk's office is located.
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