Virginia, Fairfax County Death Records Index, 1912 - 1917
The Virginia, Fairfax County Death Records Index contains 1,552 death records that range from 1912 to 1917. These death records come from the Fairfax Circuit Court Historical Records Room. To learn more about the types of records it offers, visit them online at the Fairfax Circuit Court Historical Records Room .
Information Available In This Collection
When the source death certificate is completed in full, the death records in the Virginia, Fairfax County Death Records Index contain the name of the deceased, in addition to the names of the deceased's parents, the cause of death, and the date of death.
About the Fairfax Circuit Court Historical Records Room
The Fairfax Circuit Court Historical Records Room has a plethora of historical records and contains information regarding deaths in Fairfax County dating back to the 1700s and through the 1800s, although actual death certificates are only filed here between the years 1912 and 1917. Later death certificates are maintained by the Virginia Department of Health.
The Fairfax Circuit Court Historical Records Room is also home to historical marriage licenses, as well as civil court cases, land records, probate records, court minute books, chancery files, election records and real estate tax records. Transportation records dating back to 1840 can shed light on the progress made in Fairfax County over the years. Fairfax County began in 1742, and their historical records date back to this time.
Historical birth records are stored from the 1700s and 1800s, but only birth certificates filed between 1912 and 1917 are stored in the Fairfax Circuit Court Historical Records Room, as later birth certificates are stored at the Virginia Department of Health. The Historical Records Room also offers several historical records indexes online, including a Fairfax County death records index sorted alphabetically by last name.
Other historical indexes were compiled and are available online, including an African American History index, several land deed book indexes, a chancery files index, will (probate) indexes and judgment indexes organized by plaintiff and by defendant.
Individuals may visit the Fairfax Circuit Court Historical Records Room and request copies of any death certificates held there. Walk-in requests are handled the fastest, but individuals may also request copies of death records by mail or phone if unable to visit in person. To learn more information on getting a death ecord from the Historical Records Room, visit the following.
Fairfax Circuit Court Historical Records Room
4110 Chain Bridge Road
Fairfax, Virginia 22030
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