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Yes. Currently, all marriage records from 1878 to the present are available electronically on the public workstations in our office, or online via the McLennan County website.
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Marriage Records for McLennan County start in 1850, and through 1995 were recorded and indexed in books here in our office. Marriage Records from 1996 to the present were recorded and indexed electronically.
You can obtain a copy of your marriage license by mail or online. See the instructions above on how to do this.
View the list of options above in the blue margin for people who can officiate your wedding.
If one or both parties to a marriage license discover an error on the recorded marriage license, both parties to the marriage shall execute a notarized affidavit (see Fees & Forms) stating the error. The County Clerk then files and records the notarized affidavit as an amendment to the marriage license.