There are a total of 10,868 records in the Texas, Burnet County Birth Records Index that date back to 1800 and continue up through 1926. These birth records were compiled from the Burnet County Clerk's office. To learn more about the role of the Burnet County Clerk with the Texas, Burnet County Birth Records Index, visit their website at Burnet County Clerk.
The records in the Texas, Burnet County Birth Records Index usually include the baby's first, middle and last names, along with gender, date of birth and birth location. Also included, if the information is available, are the full names of the parents, including the mother's maiden name.
The book and page numbers for the source birth record are also included, along with the date of the certificate and the certificate number. This often makes it easier to locate a hard copy from the source location.
The original birth certificates included in the Texas, Burnet County Birth Records Index are maintained by the Burnet County Clerk's office. Requests can be made to obtain copies, and more information is available by contacting the Burnet County Clerk using this information:
Burnet County Clerk
220 South Pierce Street
Burnet, Texas 78611
The Burnet County Clerk is responsible for recording and maintaining databases for all count records. They also collect filing fees for various types of documents distributed, including marriage licenses, beer and wine licenses and probate court documents. The Burnet County Clerk records vital records for the county, including birth certificates, death and marriage records. Also maintained are business records, ordinances, real estate and land transactions, foreclosure sales documents, and real and personal property tax records.
The Burnet County Clerk offers the public free access to an online records database that allows individuals to search for birth records, death, marriage, assumed name records, and non-confidential court records. To search for birth certificates, individuals may enter the last name of the child and a birth date range. The results show the information deemed public on the birth certificate, such as the child's full name, date of birth and gender, as well as the parents' names and the birth certificate number.
Requests for birth certificates may be made online, in person at the Burnet County Clerk's office or by mail. In Texas, birth certificates older than 75 years are considered public information, so any birth certificate in the Texas, Burnet County Birth Records Index may be accessed by the public.