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Tarrant County, Texas - General County Info
|Texas Court Records and other Resources|
Links to state and local court records, general Texas court information, directory of courts, and online resources for courts in Texas.
|Tarrant County Court Directory|
Directory of court locations in Tarrant County, Texas. Includes local links to searching court records, dockets, legal research, self help, and more.
|Sex Offender Registry|
Search for registered sex offenders living in Texas by name, address, county, school, or zip code. Details include name, photo, risk level, physical description, birth date, address, occupation, and offenses.
Search Tarrant County property tax and assessment records by owner name, account number or property location.
|Assessor, Collector, and Delinquent Taxes|
Tarrant County Tax Assessor and Collector
|Recorded Document Search|
Search Tarrant County recorded land records including deeds, mortgages, liens, UCC filings and judgments.
|Recorder, Clerk, Marriage Licenses, Birth, Death and Marriage Records|
Tarrant County Clerk, Real Property Filing Office
|Crime and Sex Offender Maps|
View Tarrant County crime and sex offender maps.
Search Tarrant County jail inmate records by name or cid number.
|Sheriff and Jail|
Tarrant County Sheriff
|Most Wanted Persons|
View Tarrant County Sheriff most wanted persons by name, including last known address and reason for warrant.
|Assumed Business Names|
Search Tarrant County assumed business names by business name, owner name, certificate number or activity date range.
|Marriage License Search|
Search Tarrant County marriage records by bride name, groom name, license number or application date range.
|Delinquent Tax Sales|
View Tarrant County delinquent tax sale information and properties.
View Tarrant County bid opportunities.
|Bid and Request for Proposal Awards|
View Tarrant County bid and Request for Proposal awards.
View Tarrant County maps including precinct maps.
|Property Tax Information|
View Tarrant County Appraisal District property tax information by account number, location address, owner name, georeference number, subdivision code or prior owner name.
Tarrant County Appraisal District
|Tarrant County Census Information Summary|
Tarrant County statistics for population, ethnicity, housing, geography and businesses. From the U.S. Census Bureau.
View Tarrant County foreclosure sale information and properties.
|Voter Registration Search|
Search Tarrant County voter registration records by name or voter ID number including GIS maps.
|Campaign Finance Reports|
View Tarrant County campaign filing reports by date including current and prior years.
View Tarrant County election results by date including current and prior years.
|Voter and Election Information|
View Tarrant County voter and election information.
Search current listings for Tarrant County government jobs including internal positions.
|Jail and Inmate Records|
Search Tarrant County jail and inmate records through Vinelink by offender ID or name.
|Meeting Minutes and Agendas|
View Tarrant County Commission meeting minutes and agendas including video of meetings.
|Deed Card Search|
Search Tarrant County deed history cards.
|Birth and Death Records|
View Tarrant County information about obtaining birth and death certificates.
|Marriage Licenses and Marriage Records|
View Tarrant County information about obtaining marriage licenses and marriage records including online marriage license application.
View Tarrant County information about business (assumed name) licenses including online application.
|Tax Sale Properties|
View Tarrant County tax sale properties including struck off property listings.
|Land Records Search|
Search Tarrant County recorded land records with free registration. Document viewing available for a fee.
View Tarrant County unclaimed property list by name including amount on account.
View Tarrant County GIS maps.
View Tarrant County floodplain information including floodplain permits.
|Historical and Genealogical Records|
View Tarrant County information about historical and genealogy records such as historical maps, historical collections, photographs, and more.
|Restaurant Inspection Scores|
View Tarrant County restaurant inspection scores by restaurant name or address.
|Genealogy Records Search|
Search Tarrant County genealogy records such as cemeteries, birth records, death records, marriage records, obituaries, and more.
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Harris County Clerk's Office Personal Records
A Marriage License Certificateis a government issued document declaring to the world that two people have been authorized by the law of the State to enter the ‘Rites of Matrimony’. Marriage licenses have been around since the Middle Ages and are often required for filing taxes, buying a home and other important life events.
An Assumed Nameor Doing Business As (DBA) is the registering or securing of a company or business name, owner(s) name, and address in which the company or business entity will be located and conducting business. Any individual doing business in Harris County is required to file an Assumed Name reflecting his/her business name and the ownership of the business pursuant toBusiness and Commerce Code 71.001. The Harris County Clerk's Office files unincorporated, incorporated and withdrawals of Assumed Names.
Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) documents are certain financing statements and other documents provided for under the Uniform Commercial Code. UCC documents are filed in both the Real Property & Personal Records Department. Please contact the department directly to determine which department to file in. SeeReal Propertyfor information about filing in that department.
Vital Records(birth and death certificates) are not public records. The requests for these documents can be made by immediate family members (self, parents, grandparents, legal spouse, sibling or children - all with valid identification). For additional help contact the Vital Statistics desk at 713-274-8690.
DD-214or Military Discharge Paper is a document that is given to a person that has completed their service in the Armed Forces of the United States. This document contains pertinent information pertaining to their service and discharge from the military.
The DD-214’s can be filed in person or by mail in the Personal Records Department. The nine annex offices can accept them for filing, however it may take 5 – 7 business days to be filed based upon delivery of work to the downtown office.
The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code provides the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (T.A.B.C.) with the authority to regulate all aspects of alcoholic beverage manufacture, distribution, and consumption in the State of Texas. However, this code allows local communities (county, city and justice precinct) the right to determine the kind of alcohol sales within their communities.
The County Clerk's Office must certify the pre-qualification packet of the T.A.B.C.by verifying wet/dry status, permit type for the address location indicated on the application, date of certification and that the address is within Harris County.
Personal Financial Statements
Personal Financial Statements are filed at no charge. They can be filed either in person in the Personal Records Department or filed electronically through our online filing system.
Animal Brandsare the registering of the markings or branding of animal/cattle with the county in which the animal/cattle is located. The owner of the animal/cattle must come in person with valid identification to register.
Personal Records Assumed Names
An Assumed Name or "DBA" is the registering or securing of a company or business name, owner(s) name, and address in which the company or business entity will be located and conducting business. Any individual doing business in Harris County is required to file an Assumed Name reflecting his/her business name and the ownership of the business pursuant toBusiness and Commerce Code 71.001. The Harris County Clerk's Office files unincorporated, incorporated and withdrawals of Assumed Names.
Research the name of your business by visiting ourAssumed Name databaseto determine the availability of the name of the business. Please note that the Assumed Name record is valid for up to ten years. To avoid a lapse, the owner(s) should register the name again, before the term period ends.
Follow these steps to secure your businesses' Assumed Name:
- Complete form by deputy clerk; all owners must be present with valid government issued identification for recording, and have completed notarized form available for recording. Please note that notarized Assumed Names must have a photo ID from the person submitting the assumed name; as per the Texas Local Government Code, Section 191.011 (b) (1), Effective September 1, 2017. Our office will accept cash, personal checks or credit card for payment of fee.
- Send completed notarized form for recording. Must send cashier's check or money order as personal checks will not be accepted.
- Harris County Clerk
- P.O. Box 1525
- Houston, TX 77251-1525
Assumed Names Unincorporated
Assumed Names Withdrawal Form
Personal Records Assumed Names FAQ
Personal Records Marriage License
A Marriage License Certificate is a government issued document declaring to the world that two people have been authorized by the law of the State to enter the ‘Rites of Matrimony’.
Marriage licenses have been around since the Middle Ages and are often required for filing taxes, buying a home, and other important life events.
Both applicants can apply for a Marriage License in person at one of our11 locations. Valid I.D. is required and the fee is $74.00. Without proof of state residency on a valid form of identification from at least one applicant the fee will be $174.00.
If for any reason a marriage applicant is unable to be present when purchasing the license, an Affidavit of Absent Applicant on Application for Marriage License form should be completed, signed and notarized.
Licenses should be returned to our office for recording, after the ceremony has been performed. Return the license either in person to any location or by mail. Upon being returned to our office, original Marriage Licenses can take anywhere from 1-2 weeks to be returned to you. If you do not receive the license after that time period, please call the Personal Records Department at 713-274-8686.
Please review our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)to find out the answer to many of your questions. If you cannot locate the answer among these pages, then feel free to send an e-mail to our office and we will provide you with a timely response or point you in the proper direction if we do not have the appropriate answer.
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Declaration of Informal Marriage License
An Informal Marriage, or common-law marriage, is legal in Texas. Both applicants must appear in person to file a Declaration of Informal Marriage. The couple must list the date on the declaration from which they have considered themselves married.
Both applicants will need to provide valid identification (State Issued I.D., Driver's License, Passport, etc.)
The fee is $39.00
Certified copies ordered when filing are $6.00 each.
Personal Records Keepsake Certification of Marriage
County Clerk Teneshia Hudspeth has not forgotten those who have one of the old style Marriage Licenses, and is pleased to make available a new document to celebrate and certify an existing Marriage License or Declaration of Informal Marriage License issued by Harris County. The new ‘Certification of Marriage’ Certificate not only certifies that a couple’s Marriage License is legally filed with the Clerk’s office, but makes an excellent anniversary gift suitable for framing. “It also is a great way to rekindle memories or just say “I Love You!”
We offer a single-sided, color document to anyone that purchased and was issued their Marriage License or Informal Marriage License in Harris County.
The cost is $25.00 and can be obtained from any location or by mail.
Personal Records Marriage License FAQ
Per the Texas Family Code §2.202:
The following persons are authorized to conduct a marriage ceremony:
- a licensed or ordained Christian minister or priest;
- a Jewish rabbi;
- a person who is an officer of a religious organization and who is authorized by the organization to conduct a marriage ceremony; and
- a justice of the supreme court, judge of the court of criminal appeals, justice of the courts of appeals, judge of the district, county, and probate courts, judge of the county courts at law, judge of the courts of domestic relations, judge of the juvenile courts, retired justice or judge of those courts, justice of the peace, retired justice of the peace, judge of a municipal court, or judge or magistrate of a federal court of this state.
If one of the applicants cannot be present at the time the Marriage License is purchased, you will need to obtain the Instructions for Completing an Absent Applicant Affidavit and the Affidavit of Absent Applicant on Application for Marriage License. The applicant that cannot appear in our office to purchase the marriage must complete the form and have it signed and notarized and supply a copy of their valid I.D. before the marriage licensed can be purchased. If one person is incarcerated, they can obtain an absent applicant form but both applicants must be present for the ceremony. Contact the jail/prison system for information on this process. Per Texas Family Code Section 2.007, a proxy cannot be appointed for the absent applicant unless the absent applicant is a member of the armed forces of the United States stationed in another country in support of combat or another military operation.
Harris County Marriage Licenses must be signed and completed by the officiant before recording. The license can be returned to any one of our11 locationsin person or by mail to Harris County Clerk's Office, ATTN: Personal Records, P. O. Box 1525, Houston, Texas 77251-1525.
The marriage applicant changing their name will need to take the original marriage license or a certified copy of the marriage license to the Texas Department of Public Safety and the Social Security Office to start the change process.
Personal Records Vital Statistics
Vital Records (birth and death certificates) are not public records. The requests for these documents can be made by immediate family members (self, parents, grandparents, legal spouse, sibling or children - all with valid identification). For additional help contact the Vital Statistics desk at 713-274-8690.
A birth certificate is a permanent legal record of an individual's birth. The Harris County Clerk's office can provide a short form birth certificate for anyone born in the State of Texas. The Harris County Clerk's Office maintains birth certificates outside the city limits of Houston, City of Baytown, City of La Porte, City of South Houston, Jacinto City, as well as Justice of the Peace Precincts 3 & 4.
When requesting a copy of birth certificate by mail complete the Application for Certified Copy of Texas Birth or Death Certificate and a Notarized Proof of Identification form (which must be signed and notarized) include a copy of your valid identification (State Issued I.D., Driver's License, Passport, etc.) along with your payment.
Application for Certified Copy of Texas Birth or Death Certificate
Credit Card Authorization Form
If we have the long form on record we will send it to you otherwise you will receive the short form with the individual's name, date of birth, parent's name and county of birth.
The fee is $23.00 each.
Obtaining a Birth Certificate from another Office/Municipality
The Texas Department of State Health Services can provide long form birth certificates originating from any county in the State of Texas. Visit their siteHERE.
For birth certificates from the City of Houston, visit their siteHERE.
A death certificate is a permanent legal record of an individual's death. The certificate of death includes the name of the deceased, date of death, place of death, and cause of death. The Harris County Clerk's Office maintains death certificates outside the city limits of Houston, City of Baytown, City of La Porte, City of South Houston, Jacinto City, as well as Justice of the Peace Precincts 3 & 4.
When requesting a copy of death certificate by mail complete the Application for Certified Copy of Texas Birth or Death Certificate and a Notarized Proof of Identification form (which must be signed and notarized) include a copy of your valid identification (State Issued I.D., Driver's License, Passport, etc.) along with your payment.
The fee is $21.00 for the first copy, $4.00 for each additional copy purchased at the same time.
Obtaining a Death Certificate from another Office/Municipality
To obtain a death certificate from the City of Baytown, visit their siteHERE.
To obtain a death certificate from the City of Houston, visit their siteHERE.
Personal Records Vital Statistics FAQ
Personal Records Fee ScheduleCredit Card Form
|Notarized||$17.00 First Owner + .50 for Each Additional Owner|
|Non-Notarized||$18.00 First Owner + .50 for Each Additional Owner + $1.00 Witnessing Fee Per Document Filed|
|Withdrawal - Notarized||$16.00 First Owner + .50 for Each Additional Owner|
|Withdrawal - Assumed Name (Non-Notarized)||$17.00 First Owner + .50 for Each Additional Owner + $1.00 Witnessing Fee Per Document Filed|
Note: Military Veterans Fee is $2.00 less than listed above along with no charge for additional owners with proof of Military Veterans status at the time of purchase.
|Regular Beer License||$6.00|
|Beer Late Hours Only||$6.00|
|Beer and Late Hours||$11.00|
|Mixed Beverage License||$16.00|
|Mixed Beverage Late Hours (Only)||$11.00|
|Mixed Beverage and Late Hours||$26.00|
Local Government Code
Section. 118.001 A county clerk shall collect the following fees for services rendered to any person:
|Affidavit||$18.00 + $4.00 ea additional page with any mark(s)|
|Agreement||$18.00 + $4.00 ea additional page with any mark(s)|
|Audit||$18.00 + $4.00 ea additional page with any mark(s)|
|Bill of Sale||$18.00 + $4.00 ea additional page with any mark(s)|
|Budget Amendment||$18.00 + $4.00 ea additional page with any mark(s)|
|Certified Papers||$5.00 For the Clerk’s Certificate + $1.00 each additional page or part of a page (sec. 118.060)|
|Deputation Revocations||No Fee|
|Election Agreement||No Fee|
|Election Appointment||No Fee|
|Election Report||No Fee|
|Election Affidavit||No Fee|
|Election Letter||No Fee|
|Hospital Lien||$18.00 + $4.00 ea additional page with any mark(s)|
|Lottery Bond||$18.00 + $4.00 ea additional page with any mark(s)|
|Notice of Meeting Posting||$9.00|
|Power of Attorney (Minor)||$18.00 + $4.00 ea additional page with any mark(s)|
|Permit||$18.00 + $4.00 ea additional page with any mark(s)|
|Release of Hospital Lien||$18.00 + $4.00 ea additional page with any mark(s)|
|Release of Federal Tax Lien||$12.00|
|Stevedores Application||$18.00 + $4.00 ea additional page with any mark(s)|
|Stevedores Bond||$27.00 + $4.00 ea additional page with any mark(s)|
|Warehouseman’s Application||$18.00 + $4.00 ea additional page with any mark(s)|
|Warehouseman’s Bond||$22.00 + $4.00 ea additional page with any mark(s)|
|Warehouseman’s Cancellation||$18.00 + $4.00 ea additional page with any mark(s)|
The county clerk may set and collect the following fee from any person: Returned Check (Local Government Code Section 118.0215) is $30.00
The clerk shall charge reasonable fees for performing other duties prescribed or authorized by statute for which a fee is not prescribed by this subchapter.
|There is no fee for filing.|
Personal Records Contact Us
Harris County Clerk
Personal Records Department
Hours of Operation
- Monday – Friday
- 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Acknowledgement of Paternity "AOP" Processing By Appointment OnlyClick here to schedule an appointment.
- Teneshia Hudspeth, Harris County Clerk
- Attn: Personal Records Department
- P.O. Box 1525
- Houston, TX. 77251-1525
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Texas, Tarrant County Marriage Records Index, 1900-2010
Are you looking for public records of marriages that took place in Tarrant County, Texas over the past century? The Texas, Tarrant County Marriage Records index likely has what you are looking for, with 587,738 records in its massive archive that spans more than 100 years. The records and marriage licenses in this collection are dated between 1900 and 2010 and are currently on file with the Tarrant County Clerk. Individuals can learn more information about the Texas, Tarrant County Marriage Records by visiting the Tarrant County Clerk website.
Information Available In This Collection
The Texas, Tarrant County Marriage Records index includes a large amount of personal statistics on individuals who were married in Tarrant County over the past century. When available, files will provide a full name for both the bride and groom, their gender, date of birth and residence prior to the marriage. In most cases, a simple year of birth will be offered, rather than the full date, and residences are complete addresses whenever possible. The age of the bride and groom at the time of the marriage is also included in this archive.
With so many records in a single collection, the thought of retrieving just one document out of the archive may seem insurmountable. However, the Tarrant County Clerk has made the process faster and more accurate by providing indexing information on the specific document as well. Each marriage license and record in this collection is assigned a unique certificate number to make locating a document as efficient as possible. The application date for the marriage license is also included.
About the Tarrant County Clerk
The records of the Texas, Tarrant County Marriage Records are held by the Tarrant County Clerk. To obtain original copies of the records of this collection, contact the Tarrant County Clerk at:
Tarrant County Clerk
401 West Belknap, 9th Floor
Fort Worth, TX 76196
Because each record in this archive is indexed with a unique certificate number, retrieval of documents is much easier. However, individuals can also search for the documents they are looking for according to the name of either the bride or groom and a rough estimate of when the marriage took place. Online searches are available directly through the Tarrant County Clerk's office. Copies of documents are available for a small fee. If the copy needs to be certified, it costs slightly more.
The Texas, Tarrant County Marriage Records in the Tarrant County Clerk are recorded in alphabetical order, according to the last name of either the bride or groom. If a birth date is available for either spouse, the file may be catalogued chronologically as well.
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Tarrant County, Texas Overview
Tarrant County is located in the state of Texas. The county was formed in 1850 and named after Edward H. Tarrant. The county seat is Fort Worth. As of 2010, the county has a population of 1,809,034. The county has a total area of 902 square miles, 864 square miles of which is land, and 39 square miles is water. The county consists of 74 ZIP codes, with ZIP code 76244 recorded as the one with the largest population. Tarrant County borders the following counties: Denton County, Texas to the north; Johnson County, Texas to the south; Dallas County, Texas to the east; Parker County, Texas to the west; Wise County, Texas to the northwest, and; Ellis County, Texas to the southeast.
Tarrant County Clerk Information
Tarrant County’s County Clerk needs the applicant to bring any form of identification when applying for a certified copy of birth and death records. The applicant must be a qualified to be able to proceed the wanted action. Notarized Proof of identification is needed to be filled out in completely when applying for a mailed application. The given link is the application form that requires information about the owner and contact details of the one requesting.
Birth and Death Certificate Application:
Vital Records Fee Schedule:
Links regarding foreclosures can be seen below. Frequently Asked Questions are also available.
Click on the link below to search records in Public Access that can be displayed, exported or printed in spreadsheet format. Please note only records from 01/01/1970 to present are available using this link. Click help for helpful search tips and detailed how-to videos.
Below is the physical address of the County Clerk:
Mary Louise Garcia, County Clerk
100 W. Weatherford St
Fort Worth, TX, 76196
Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
On January 1, 2018, mandatory e-Filing will begin in the Tarrant County Criminal District Courts. It will be mandatory for attorneys to e-file on all criminal cases in Tarrant County. Information about selecting an Electronic Filing Service Provider (EFSP), filer training, and other information on e-filing can be found here:
Copy fees for court records: Non-Certified Copies – 50 cents per page, Certified Copies – $1 per page.
Below is the physical address of the District Clerk:
Thomas A. Wilder, District Clerk
100 N. Calhoun St.
Fort Worth, Texas 76196
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
|Tarrant, TX Genealogy and Ancestry Records|
|Total Ancestries Reported 2005-2009||1,887,525|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - United States or American - 2005-2009||142,798|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Arab - 2005-2009||9,283|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - British - 2005-2009||6,805|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Czech - 2005-2009||9,959|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Danish - 2005-2009||4,997|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Dutch - 2005-2009||21,521|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - English - 2005-2009||153,101|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - European - 2005-2009||19,084|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - French (except Basque) - 2005-2009||39,759|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - French Canadian - 2005-2009||5,235|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - German - 2005-2009||204,586|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Greek - 2005-2009||4,148|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Hungarian - 2005-2009||2,982|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Irish - 2005-2009||157,897|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Italian - 2005-2009||40,555|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Lithuanian - 2005-2009||1,281|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Norwegian - 2005-2009||12,685|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Polish - 2005-2009||22,468|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Portuguese - 2005-2009||2,072|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Russian - 2005-2009||6,314|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Scotch-Irish - 2005-2009||34,068|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Scottish - 2005-2009||35,518|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Slovak - 2005-2009||1,061|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Subsaharan African - 2005-2009||34,987|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Swedish - 2005-2009||14,538|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Swiss - 2005-2009||3,362|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Ukrainian - 2005-2009||1,752|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Welsh - 2005-2009||9,396|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - West Indian (excluding Hispanic groups) - 2005-2009||3,937|
|Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Other Groups - 2005-2009||857,075|
|Tarrant County Marriage License Office|
In order to obtain a marriage license in Tarrant County, the applicants must apply together, in person, at the County Clerk’s office. Both parties must present their state-issued picture ID, military ID, or passport, and know their social security number
|State Law:||The Marriage Relationship – Family Code, Ch. 1 to 5 and Premarital and Marital Property Agreements – Family Code, Ch. 4|
|All State Statutes:|| Information is online at the State Website|
|Office:||Tarrant County Marriage License|
|Location:||100 West Weatherford Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 76102|
Tarrant County Clerk’s Office
County Government Office
Address: 700 E Abram St #101, Arlington, TX 76010, United States
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