Nevada, Carson City Death Records Index, 1887 - 1957
The Nevada, Carson City Death Registers holds 13,157 records in its archive that spans about seven decades. The records and death certificates in this collection date between 1887 and 1957 and were retrieved from the Carson City Recorder's Office. Individuals can learn more information about the Nevada, Carson City Clerk Death Registers by visiting the Carson City Recorder's Office website.
Information Available in the Nevada, Carson City Clerk Death Registers Records
There is plenty of important vital statistics on people who have died in Carson City located in the Nevada, Carson City Clerk Death Registers index, including a first, middle and last name of the deceased, as well as the date and location of the death. The type of document on file is also listed, whether it is a public health officer report, coroner's report or standard death certificate. If available, a page and book number will also be provided to help individuals pinpoint the precise location of the document. All documents are also listed by an official document number to make retrieval of the document in question as quick and accurate as possible.
About the Carson City Recorder's Office
The records of the Nevada, Carson City Clerk Death Registers are held by the Carson City Recorder's Office. To obtain original copies of the records of this collection, contact the Carson City Recorder's Office at:
Carson City Recorder's Office
Public Safety Complex, 885 East Musser
Carson City, NV 89701
Each death record in the Carson City Recorder's Office features its own assigned number, as well as location information like a page and book number, when available. All of the vital information on the deceased listed above is also included. In some cases, a name for the father and mother of the deceased may also be included. Files are all listed alphabetically, according to last name of the individual. For files where the name of the individual is not known, the certificate will be listed under "unknown" or possibly the ethnicity of the deceased.
Carson City is the current capital of the state of Nevada and has been since Nevada entered the Union in 1861. Before that time, the town has been the unofficial capital of the county, serving as trading center and key location for the gold and silver rushes. Today, the Carson City Recorder's Office is located in the city courthouse in the middle of the city. The death certificates held by the Carson City Recorder's Office are listed alphabetically by last name and include an official document number to make retrieval of important documents as easy as possible.
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