Florida, Alachua County Probate Will Records Index, 1837 - 1973
The Florida, Alachua County Probate Will Records holds 3,932 death records in its collection that span the years between 1837 and 1973. All of the probate records and death certificates in this archive were retrieved from the Alachua County Probate Court, where copies are currently available. Individuals can learn more information about the Florida, Alachua County Probate Will Records Index by visiting the Alachua County Probate Court website.
Information Available In This Collection
The Florida, Alachua County Probate Will Records index includes a variety of information on individuals who died in Alachua County during this time frame. Death records include the full name of the individual, as well as a date of death. The location of the death is also included, along with a map of Florida to show the precise location in Alachua County, where applicable. Images of the original death certificates are also on file.
To make these death records easier to find at the Alachua County Probate Court, all probate will records are catalogued by book and page number. A specific document number is also included with the information to make it much more efficient to order original copies from the court. Copies can also be ordered directly from this website, streamlining the process even further.
About the Alachua County Probate Court
The records of the Florida, Alachua County Probate Will Records are currently held by the Alachua County Probate Court. To obtain original copies of the records of this collection, contact the Alachua County Probate Court at:
Utah State Archives
201 East University Avenue
Gainesville, FL 32602
The Alachua County Probate Will Records can be ordered directly from the Alachua County Probate Court. You can order documents by searching the name of the deceased, or by using the document number listed. All of the records in this archive will feature the personal and catalogue information listed above, when it is available. Documents are listed by both the full name of the deceased and the date of death. All probate records are considered CP cases by the Alachua County Probate Court.
The Alachua County Probate Court provides information on all death certificates "Without Cause of Death." Certificates "With Cause of Death" may only be requested by family members, or those who can prove they are acting on behalf of any family member. Individuals who can provide a copy of the will can also receive a copy of the death certificate in these cases. All of the documents held by the Alachua County Probate Court can be requested by mail, fax or in person at the courthouse.
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