Texas, Johnson County Death Records Index, 1884 - 1965
The Texas, Johnson County Clerk Death Registers offers death certificates and 21,299 records within the county collection. The death records in this collection are dated between 1884 and 1965 and were compiled and stored by the Johnson County Clerk's Office. Individuals can learn more information about the Texas, Johnson County Clerk Death Registers by visiting the Johnson County Clerk< website.
Information Available In This Collection
The Texas, Johnson County Clerk Death Registers index provides users with an assortment of data about individuals who died within the county, including the individual's first, middle and last name and gender. Also included in the records is the date and location of death. The records are listed in alphabetical order, by last, first and middle name.
Death certificates are only available to qualified applicants until the 25th anniversary of the date of death, as shown on the official record. This means that the only people who can petition the Johnson County Clerk for access to the death certificate prior to that time is an immediate family member. However, since the records included in this particular archive go through 1965, all of the records in the file can be accessed by the general public as well.
About the Johnson County Clerk's Office
The records of the Texas, Johnson County Clerk Death Registers are compiled and stored by the Johnson County Clerk's Office. To obtain original copies of the records of this collection, contact the Johnson County Clerk's Office at:
Johnson County Clerk
2 North Main Street
Cleburne, TX 76033
Each death certificate stored at the Johnson County Clerk's Office features its own assigned certificate number, as well as the volume, book and page where the document is located. Hard copies can be ordered directly online, or by contacting the Johnson County Clerk's office directly by phone, fax, email or mail.
Johnson County was first founded in Texas in 1854. The first settler to the county is on record as Henry Briden, who lived near the Nolan River. The county currently boasts a population of nearly 150,000, and the county seat is located in Cleburne, where the offices of the Johnson County Clerk are located.
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