Texas, Orange County Death Records Index, 1852 - 1964
The Texas, Orange County Clerk Death Registers holds just under 3,000 records in its collection. All of the death records in this collection are dated between 1852 and 1964 and were compiled by the Orange County Clerk's Office. To discover all of the interesting records, including death certificates, hiding in 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 Death Registers index includes plenty of details for those seeking vital records of this nature, including the deceased individual's first and last name, gender and date of death. These death records also include the race (nationality) of the individual and specific information about where the file is located to ensure quick retrieval of the death certificate from the county archives. The page even contains information about other significant events that occurred on that day in history, when applicable.
To help people find the information they are looking for as efficiently as possible, the death records held by the Orange County Clerk's Office are filed by page, record number and volume. Records are indexed by the individual's last name and are filed in chronological order, beginning with the oldest archived records and moving to more recent documentation.
About the Orange County Clerk's Office
The records of the Texas, Orange County Clerk Death 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 death record in the Orange County Clerk's Office features all of the personal information listed above, as well as the page, record and volume numbers for easy retrieval. In addition, it also lists the name of the informant who made the original report. Hard copies can be ordered directly online, or by contacting the Orange County Clerk's Office either online or by phone, fax or mail.
Death records for Orange County were first archived in 1852, when the county was established. The name Orange may have come from the early settlers to the area, who were known for planting a large orange grove after their arrival. In addition to death certificates, the Orange County Clerk's Office is also the official archives for marriage licenses, birth certificates and property ownership documentation.
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