The Texas, Dallas County Death Records Index contains 894 death records from 1964 that were collected from the Dallas County Clerk. To obtain additional information regarding the Texas, Dallas County Death Records Index, visit the website for the
Dallas County Clerk .
Information Available In This Collection
The death records available in the Texas, Dallas County Death Records Index typically include the first and last name of the deceased, the date of death, location of death, instrument number and the record date.
About the Dallas County Clerk
The Dallas County Clerk oversees the records in the Texas, Dallas County Death Records Index, all of which are considered public record. Individuals who wish to request copies of death certificates should contact the Dallas County Clerk using the information below.
The Dallas County Clerk distributes and records death certificates, birth certificates and marriage licenses for people residing within Dallas County only. Individuals wishing to request copies of death certificates must be authorized unless the requested death record is older than 25 years. Authorized individuals include immediate family members, legal guardian or a person with a signed letter from an authorized person.
In addition to recording vital records for the county, which encompasses areas outside the city limits of Dallas, the Dallas County Clerk records assumed name documents, all local civil, criminal and probate court records, land and real property records, and collects filing fees and fines, along with posting foreclosure notices and publishing details of substitute trustee real estate sales. The Dallas County Clerk is also responsible for posting official and legal notices for the Commissioners Court, county court, sheriff's department, election committee and any other county related business.
The Dallas County Clerk offers several of its records types through an online database that is open to the public. Vital records are not included in these offerings except Dallas County marriage licenses. Public court records and land records can be searched using this online system. To order copies of death certificates, individuals must visit the Dallas County Clerk in person or fill out an application and mail it in with the appropriate fee.
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