Texas, Orange County Birth Records Index, 1838 - 1926
The Texas, Orange County Clerk Birth Registers holds precisely 7,857 records in its collection at this time. All of the birth records in this collection are dated between 1838 and 1926 and were compiled by the Orange County Clerk's Office. To discover all of the interesting records, including birth certificates, stored within the archives of the Orange County Clerk's Office, you can visit the County Clerk, Orange County, Texas website.
Information Available In This Collection
The Texas, Orange County Clerk Birth Registers index includes a wealth of vital information on residents of Orange County who were born within this time frame. Some of the data included in the archives include first, middle and last name and the individual's gender. The records also include the date and place of birth.
These birth records feature easy to locate features for fast retrieval as well, including a page number, record number and volume where the certificate is stored. Those who need a hard copy of the birth certificate can order one directly online, and all the records are listed by last name and in chronological order so they can be located as fast as possible.
About the Orange County Clerk's Office
The records of the Texas, Orange County Clerk Birth Registers are compiled and stored by the Orange County Clerk's Office. To obtain original copies of the records of this collection, contact the Orange County Clerk's Office at:
Each Birth record in the Orange County Clerk's Office features all of the personal data included above, as well as numeric location information that makes the archives very easy to navigate. In addition, it also lists the name of the informant who made the original report. Copies of documentation like birth certificates from the Orange County archives can be ordered online, by phone or fax, or through a mail request.
Birth certificates are available in Orange County from 1838, even though the county did not become officially established until 1852. Before that time, this area was considered part of Jefferson County. Orange County became its own entity when settlers moved into the area and renamed it, based on a large orange grove that was planted during that time.
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