Texas, Burnet County Death Records Index, 1800-1964
The Texas, Burnet County Death Records Index contains 4,728 records compiled from the Burnet County Clerk. These death records date back to 1800 and continue through 1964. To learn more about the Texas, Burnet County Death Records Index, visit the website for the Burnet County Clerk .
Information Available In This Collection
The details available in most death records in the Texas, Burnet County Death Records Index includes the full name of the deceased, gender, date and location of the death, the book and page numbers for the source record and the death certificate number.
About the Burnet County Clerk
The original records collected for the Texas, Burnet County Death Records Index are maintained by the Burnet County Clerk. To learn how to request death certificate copies, contact the Burnet County Clerk using the contact information below.
Vital records for the county like birth and death certificates, as well as marriage licenses, are recorded and maintained by the Burnet County Clerk's office. In Texas, access to death certificates is restricted to authorized individuals, meaning immediate family members or a legal representative, unless the death certificate is older than 25 years. The Burnet County Clerk has remote access to the state's central repository of vital records, operated by the Vital Statistics Bureau, and can satisfy a request for a death certificate copy in any Texas county.
Certified copies of death certificates can be requested from the Burnet County Clerk's office in person or by mail or email. Mailed and emailed applications for copies must be legible in order to be satisfied. Individuals may also view death certificates (older than 25 years) at the Burnet County Clerk's office.
The Burnet County Clerk is also responsible for officially recording all land records, plats and subdivision records, military discharges, assumed name certificates, cattle brands, and collects filing fees and fines. The Burnet County Clerk also records county court documents that are civil, criminal, probate and juvenile related. The Burnet County Clerk offers an online public records search for land and real estate records, as well as public court documents, including Commissioners Court meeting minutes and ordinances. Foreclosure sales are also tracked by the Burnet County Clerk.
Texas Record Collections
Find Records Now for Free
Start your free trial today to learn more about your ancestors using our powerful and intuitive search. Cancel any time, no strings attached.