Marion County marriage records are not kept private, and you can make a request to get a certified copy of any record you wish. They are issued by the health department just like the birth and death records. Each one will cost $15 and you should be able to provide the names of both bride and groom as well as the date in order to locate the right record. For the same cost, you can also get copies of divorce records, though these have only been kept since 1950.
Marion County, Oregon, began as the Champooick District in 1843. It was named Marion County on 3 September 1849, which is also the year of the first records included in this database. This database contains details extracted and compiled from nine volumes of Marion Country marriage records held at the Marion County courthouse. The original records included both applications and certificates of marriage. The extracted entries typically include the following details: