Ordering Death Certificates. Order by mail. Mail the form below with a check or money order to us. Death Certificate application form». Order on-line or by phone. Payment: Send a personal check, bank or postal money order, or a bank cashier's check in the correct amount made payable to Mississippi Vital Records.
If an applicant wishes to have additional sets of five-years searches conducted, an additional search fee will be required. For example: If an application for a birth record is submitted with the date of birth DOB listed on the application as , and no record is found in that year, the two years before the listed DOB and the two years after the listed DOB will also be searched.
Checks must be drawn on a United States bank. Do not send cash. Take to your local health department , walk-in to the Bureau of Vital Records in Jefferson City, or mail request.
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Include completed application form, a legal size, self-addressed stamped envelope and check or money order for the search fee. The application is then sent to the Bureau of Vital Records for processing.
Therefore, a cashed check does not indicate an application has been processed. A record can be requested by sending a written, notarized request to the Bureau of Vital Records at the above address and providing the following information:. When requesting a copy of a vital record without an application, a check or money order for the appropriate fee must be mailed to the Bureau of Vital Records with the written notarized request fees and address listed above. Telephone: Email: VitalRecordsInfo health. Walk-in Customer Service: Monday - Friday, a.
CST excluding state and federal holidays. Walk-in Customer Service: Monday — Friday 9 a. Early American Marriages: Mississippi to Free articles and helpful research materials.
Original source: Mississippi marriage information taken from county courthouse records. Many of these records were extracted from copies of the original records in microfilm, microfiche, or book format, located at the Family History Library.
Original source: See Description for original data sources listed by county. Including baptisms, christenings, divorces, burials, cemeteries and obituaries. Mississippi Marriages to Use Archives.
Pay-for-use after the seven day free trial. Name index to marriage records from the state of Mississippi.
Due to privacy laws, recent records may not be displayed. The year range represents most of the records. A few records may be earlier or later.
An overview of vital records for this state and information for getting them by mail or online. Freedmen's Bureau, Marriages in Mississippi