There are 2,531 death records from the year 1900 up through 1964 in the Texas, Llano County Death Records Index that were compiled from the Llano County Clerk's Office. To learn more about the Texas, Llano County Death Records Index, visit the agency online at the Llano County Clerk's Office.
Information Available in the Texas, Llano County Death Records Index
The individual death records held in the Texas, Llano County Death Records Index typically include the full name of the deceased, gender, date and location of death, full names of the decedent's parents, and the book, page and clerk's number for the source record. The date the death record was filed with the Llano County Clerk is also included.
About the Llano County Clerk's Office
To inquire how to order hard copies of death certificates from the Texas, Llano County Death Records Index, individuals should contact the Llano County Clerk's Office using the information below.
The Llano County Clerk's Office oversees the recording of all vital records within the county, including death certificates, marriage licenses and birth certificates. Also recorded by the Llano County Clerk's Office are probate documents and wills, deeds and instruments, civil court documents, liens, assumed name certificates, branding and election sign-in records. The Llano County Clerk's Office also serves the county and commissioners courts by recording the proceedings and filing these records. The Llano County Clerk's Office also oversees elections and accounts for all fees and fines collected through the office.
In Texas, death certificates are protected, meaning they aren't open to the public until 25 years have passed. After 25 years, the death certificate becomes public, and anyone may request a copy. Otherwise, only authorized individuals may request a copy of a death certificate. Authorized individuals include immediate family members (related by blood or marriage), legal guardians or those with a court order. For convenience, individuals may order copies of death certificates online through the Official Website of the State of Texas.
Death certificate copies from the Texas, Llano County Death Records Index may also be requested directly from the Llano County Clerk's Office. Requests can be made in person and are often satisfied that same day, as well as by phone or mail. The Llano County Clerk's Office requires that the appropriate form be filled out, government issued photo identification presented and a fee paid in order to receive a death certificate copy.
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