Copies of Indiana marriage records can be obtained directly from the County Clerk Office of the county where the marriage took place. Along with Divorce, Birth and Death Records, Indiana Marriage Records is also the responsibility of the Vital Records Office at the ISDH (Indiana State Department of Health). This office serves as the government agency tasked with the function of making such information available to the public. Indiana is an open state so any member of the public may access to inspect a record with or without receiving a copy of it as long as procedures are followed and requirements are met. This information is also available from commercial websites which can derive it from their own database and archive sources for you on a per-fee basis.
Unlike other states, Indiana Marriage Records are not actually centralized at the ISDH. Both Divorce and Marriage Records are maintained by the respective County Clerk’s Offices in the county where the events occurred. They are also the only government agency authorized to provide certified copies of these records. Fees, business hours and other requirements vary from county to county. For information to order a copy of a record from a particular county, you need to contact the concerned Clerk’s Office directly.
Indiana Marriage License Records