Texas, Kerr County Death Records Index, 1900 - 1964
The Texas, Kerr County Death Records Index contains 3,290 death records compiled from the Kerr County Clerk. These death records date back to 1900 and continue through 1964. To learn more about the Texas, Kerr County Death Records Index, visit the website operated by the Kerr County Clerk .
Information Available In This Collection
The death records in the Texas, Kerr County Death Records Index usually offers the first, middle and last names of the deceased, gender and date of death along with the death location. If available, the full names of both parents are also included. The book and page numbers, file date and clerk number from the source record are also included.
About the Kerr County Clerk
The Kerr County Clerk holds the original death records found in the Texas, Kerr County Death Records Index. To learn more about how to request a hard copy of a death records, contact the Kerr County Clerk using the following information.
Kerr County Clerk
700 Main Street
Kerrville, Texas 78028
The Kerr County Clerk's office issues and records important vital records, including birth and death certificates and marriage licenses for the county. In addition to preserving and distributing vital records, the Kerr County Clerk also files records for the county courts and the Commissioners Court, all of which include civil, criminal, mental health, probate and juvenile court records. Other types of important county records include land and real estate, beer licenses, livestock brands and assumed name certificates.
Individuals who want to request hard copies of death certificates may visit the Kerr County Clerk's office to make the request in person, or one can make the request via mail. All death certificates less than 25 years old are protected and can only be accessed by immediate family members or legal representatives. Death records older than 25 years become public information.
The Kerr County Clerk also oversees voter registration and county elections, posts foreclosure notices, collects court fees, taxes and fines, and offers online access to several types of public records including property and court records. A link to the Texas Vital Statistics Bureau allows individuals to order copies of vital records throughout the state of Texas online.
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