Utah, Beaver County, Clerk Birth Registers Index, 1897 to 1905
The Utah, Beaver County Clerk Birth Registers Index contains 349 birth records between the years 1897 and 1905. These records were compiled from the Utah State Archives. To gain additional information on the Utah State Archives and the Utah, Beaver County Clerk Birth Registers Index, visit them online at the Utah State Archives and Records Service .
Information Available In This Collection
Birth records contained in the Utah, Beaver County Clerk Birth Registers Index usually include the child's full name, gender, birth location, residence location, and date of birth. Additional information often provided includes the child's race, the full names of the parents, and the page number of the source record.
About the Utah State Archives
The Utah State Archives is the source for the Utah, Beaver County Clerk Birth Registers Index and provides the means for ordering hard copies from this collection. To learn more about obtaining birth record copies, use the following contact information for the Utah State Archives.
Utah State Archives
300 South Rio Grande
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Starting in 1898, physicians and midwives were required to report every birth they attended to the county clerk each quarter. If no one attended the birth, the parents had to register the birth to the local county clerk. This changed in 1905 when the state decided to further regulate the reporting of vital statistics and required that a standard birth certificate must be filed with the newly created State Bureau of Vital Statistics.
Every birth record in the Utah State Archives is assigned a number and contains the personal information described above, along with the informant's name who reported the birth.
The birth records in the Utah, Beaver County Clerk Birth Registers Index, housed at the Utah State Archives, are organized chronologically by year and further organized by order of report. They are not organized by birth date or name.
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