Texas, Collin County Death Records Index, 1800 - 1965
The Texas, Collin County Clerk Death Registers is a treasure chest of 22,717 records that document individuals who died in Collin County for many decades during the 20th century. The records and death certificates in this large archive are dated between 1903 and 1965 and were retrieved from the Collin County Clerk. If you would like additional information about the Texas, Collin County Clerk Death Registers, or the information that is contained within this collection, visit the Collin County Clerk website.
Information Available in the Texas, Collin County Clerk Death Registers Records
The Texas, Collin County Clerk Death Registers index includes a complete name for the person, including middle name, when available. The date of death and the location where the death is registered are also offered in these records. To help individuals pinpoint the location where documents are held, this website also provides a map of the area. Other important events that occurred on the date of death are also listed, where applicable. Because the archive is relatively large, the documents contained within are all catalogued by a unique record number to make retrieval of specific documents faster and more accurate.
About the Collin County Clerk
The records of the Texas, Collin County Clerk Death Registers are held by the Collin County Clerk. To obtain original copies of the records of this collection, contact the Collin County Clerk at:
Collin County Clerk
2300 Bloomdale Road, Suite 2104
McKinney, Texas 75071
Each death record in the Collin County Clerk features its own assigned record number, as well as the personal information listed above. The archive catalogues individual records alphabetically by last name, but you can also search for specific documents by the year of death, if you have an approximate year available. This additional option makes it easier to find ancestors in your past, as long as you have a location for where they died and an approximate date or year of the death.
The Texas, Collin County Clerk was established in 1857, and it offers a host of public records in addition to death certificates. The office also contains birth, marriage and property records, as well as military and court records. The Collin County Clerk takes care to ensure anyone who requests information about people who lived in Collin County are authorized to receive the information they are asking for. For many documents, requests must be made by an immediate family member, or through notarized authorization of a family member.
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