Alaska Marriage Records

Marriage records are great sources of information if you’re trying to gather data about a person’s background or attempting to piece together a family tree. Alaska marriage records are kept confidential until fifty years after the marriage took place – and they then become public records. If the Alaska marital records you’re searching for took place over fifty years ago, you can receive a copy from the Alaska Bureau of Vital Statistics by mailing a request (Alaska Marriage Certificate form) to the following address:

Alaska Bureau of Vital Statistics
P.O. Box 110675
Juneau, AK 99801-0675
Phone: (907) 465-3618

  


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You’ll also need to include a $25 search fee ($20 for each additional copy), payable by credit card, money order or personal check, along with your request. If the marriage record you desire isn’t over fifty years old, only the bride or groom, an attorney or a person who can verify why they need the marriage certificate may request a copy. You’ll need government identification (photo). Alaska can’t perform a multi-state search, so be sure that the marriage took place in that state before you send the request. If you need to perform a multi-state search, you may want to check out a private Internet search site to get the job done.

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These online search services can take a small amount of information and, for a reasonable fee, search through Alaska marital records or almost any state you choose to find the requested data. You’ll receive a full report that’s accurate and detailed. Just submit some basic information about the person(s) whose marriage record you’re searching for and you’ll likely receive the information within moments. Powerful search engines and databases that the private search sites use help glean information that you might not receive on a single marriage certificate, such as maiden names, past addresses and parents’ names and addresses. This information can be extremely valuable to you if you need documentation for legal reasons or in plotting your ancestry. These sites also let you search for other vital records including divorce and criminal records, so many professionals maintain monthly memberships that let them use the service on a daily basis. You can also perform a one-time search for a very reasonable fee. Your payment record is encrypted, so no one will know that you’re the one requesting the search. Plus, if the search doesn’t reveal a record, there’s no charge. It’s a good way to ensure the accuracy and timeliness of the record and risk nothing if no record is found. Click on the link to learn more about how Internet search services can help you find Alaska marriage records that you may need or desire.

South Carolina Marriage Records

The Vital Records department of South Carolina keeps data regarding marriages that took place in the state since July of 1950. If you desire a copy of a South Carolina marital record that took place before that date you’ll need to go through the South Carolina Department of Archives and History. Only those persons who are related to the persons listed on the marriage record, a current spouse or legal professional representing one of the persons is eligible to obtain a copy of the record. If you qualify, you can fill out an application and send it to the follow address:

South Carolina DHEC Vital Records Dept.
2600 Bull Street
Columbia, SC 29201-1797
Phone: (803) 898-3630

You’ll need to provide the date and/or place of the marriage and if possible, the maiden name of the woman listed on the certificate. Pay a $12 fee for the search by check or money order and expect the search to take from two to four weeks. If you need the record quickly or if you’re not eligible to obtain a South Carolina marital record that you need, you can use an online search service without any hassle at all. You’ll pay a reasonable fee for a one-time search and receive the results within minutes. Then, you can review it in the privacy of your home or office. Be as accurate as you can about the names of the people involved in the marriage, the date and the county where the event took place. Then let the powerful search engines and data bases of the Internet search site do the job for you. It’s much easier than going through the state – and the results are likely to be more thorough and much more accurate. You won’t have to submit photo identification or to state a reason why you want the record.

  


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South Carolina Marriage License Records

Whether you’re researching your family tree or required to prove that you were once married in the state of South Carolina, using an Internet search service can make the process much more enjoyable. There are numerous online services that can meet your needs and give you accurate and easy-to-read reports that contain the information you’re searching for. Because of the vast amount of data contained online, state-based searches aren’t able to reach as far as the private services that maintain powerful search engines. No matter what your reason is for requesting South Carolina marriage records, using an Internet search service is the best way to cut through the red tape of a state-based search. Click on the link below to find out more about how you can take advantage of an online search service to find any vital record you may want or need.