Texas, Smith County Death Records Index, 1903 - 1965
The Texas, Smith County Death Records documents all recorded deaths that occurred in Smith County between 1903 and 1965. The archive consists of 14,725 individual records in all, compiled and currently stored by the Smith County Clerk. Individuals can learn more what is included within the Texas, Smith County Death Records by visiting the Smith County Clerk office website.
Information Available in the Texas, Smith County Death Records
The Texas, Smith County Death Records index contains basic information about the deaths that occurred in Smith County during this time frame. When information is available, each individual document includes a full name of the deceased, as well as the date and location of death. A map of the location is also provided for interested archivists.
About the Smith County Clerk
The records of the Texas, Smith County Death Records are held by the Smith County Clerk. To obtain original copies of the records of this collection, contact the Smith County Clerk at:
The Smith County Clerk offers a wide array of public documents, including death and birth certificates, marriage licenses and cattle brandings. Death certificates involve individuals who died outside the city limits of Tyler, but within the county boundaries. Records are closed to the public for 25 years in Smith County, so all of the records in this archive are now available to interested archivists and family members alike.
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